7 rue de Berri, 8e, Paris, 75008, France
Once a Spanish nobleman's town house, this luxurious retreat dating from 1889 dazzles with its elegant decor, lush courtyard, and international restaurant led by chef Julien Roucheteau. Rooms have been decorated to reflect l'art de vivre in classic French styling, now with crisp linens, ambient lighting, and the latest technology. There are more than a thousand antiques and 18th-century paintings throughout the hotel, as well as the original wood parquet floors, yet you'll also find Bose speakers, free Wi-Fi, and double-paned, soundproof windows. The Marlene Dietrich suite (No. 401), where the actress once lived, has its own grand piano and DVDs of her films.
- steps away from the Champs-Élysées and five minutes from métro
- excellent seasonal menus at La Table du Lancaster
- size of rooms varies greatly
- decor looks tired
Rate Includes: No meals
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