Luxury, comfort and excellence are the keywords to describe the legendary eight-storey Hotel Lancaster. Located between Champs-Elysées and the Arc de Triomphe, the Lancaster is also ideally located for easy access to the French capital's prestigious boutiques of rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré.
Built as a private residence in 1889, many famous artists and stars have resided at the Lancaster over the years. The hotel's distinctive features include antique furniture, luxury objets d'art and paintings. Legendary hotelier Emile Wolf hunted for antiques at Paris’ best auction houses, and the impressive collection creates a fascinating backdrop. Further enhancing the home-away-from-home vibe is the interior garden whose lush plants come from five different continents.
Facing either Rue de Berri or the interior courtyard garden, the 45 guest rooms and 11 suites at the Lancaster span eight floors of the building. Whether intimate or very spacious, they all reflect a typically French ambience as well as state-of-the-art technology.
Guests can dine in the award-winning, one Michelin starred gourmet restaurant, La Table du Lancaster, headed by chef Julien Roucheteau, reputedly one of the best restaurants in the city of gastronomy. Afterwards, guests can step into the cosy and contemporary bar designed with an elegant 1930s ambience, where you can slip onto a plush, velvet sofa with enjoy a classic cocktail.