A member Of "The Leading Hotels Of The World," the Hotel Lancaster was originally built in 1889 as a townhouse in the style of the ancienne regime for Monsieur Santiago Drake Del Castillo, a Spanish nobleman. Over the centuries, with enlargements and refurbishments, the Lancaster has retained its sense of elegance and history; the furniture in the house is part of an extensive and continuously evolving antique collection of over 1,000 pieces. A courtyard forms the center of The Lancaster, and each of the 60 rooms emanates a style of Parisian chic. Like an elegant museum, this intimate hotel is still run like the private home of a connoisseur. With such impeccable service, it is understandable why the hotel boasts such a loyal clientele, some guests granting 55 years of patronage. This luxurious elegance and comfort, attention to detail and impeccable standards of service have led the hotel to become a particular favorite with royalty, society and leading figures from government and the arts. The Lancaster past clientele has ranged from Noel Coward and King Umberto of Italy to Marlene Dietrich, Greta Garbo, Sir Alec Guiness and John Huston.
- Hotel Lancaster
- 7 Rue De Berri
- Champs Elysees
- Paris, 75008
Situated Just Off The Champs-elysees The Landcaster Is Only A 2 Minutes Walk From George V Metro Station And Franklin Roosevelt Metro Station. Taxi Journey Time From The Gare Du Nord -eurostar- Is 15 Minutes With Orly And Charles De Gaulle Airports Only 30-45 Minutes Away. Qve 998m Luxury Hotel Located In The Heart Of Paris Close To The Champs- Eleysees/ The Lourve/ Eiffel Tower/ Arch De Triomphe And Notre Dame. Transfers Are Available From Cdg - Roissy Charles De Gaulle Airport At 900.00 Frf -one Way- From Orly Airport And Le Bourget Airport Transfers Are Also Available At 900.00 Frf -one Way- From Gare Du Nord Rail Station Gare De Lyon Et Gare Montparnasse Transfers Are Available At 640.00 Frf -one Way- Please Note Rates For Transfers Are Subject To Change. Transfers Can Be Requested In The /si- Field With Flight Details
Directions to Hotel
Directions To Hotel- The Easiest Way From The Airports To The Hotel Is Via Taxi. The Alternitive Ways To Travel From Cdg To The Hotel Are Via The Air France Bus To The Arc De Trionphe And Then Short Taxi Ride To The Hotel.- The Most Economic Way - Or Arrange A Chauffeur Driven Transfer Via The Hotel Concierge Desk. From -cdg- Take A1 Towards Paris And Then Follow The Peripherique Towards Porte Maillot And Exit At Porte Maillot And Take Avenue De La Grande Armee Towards Arc De Triomphe Then Down The Champs Elysees. Turn Left On Rue De Berri Just Just After Passing Fouquets Restaurant On Your Right Hand Side Of The Champs Elysees. The Landcaster Is On The Left Hand Side Just After The Warwick Hotel And The Public Carpark. From -ory- Take A6 To Paris And Then Onto The Peripherique Towards Porte Maillot. Then Follow The Remainder Of The Above Directions.
- - Banquets & Meetings
- - Disabled Access
- - Executive Retreat
- - Fine Dining on Site
- - Fine Dining Nearby
- - Fitness Center
- - High Speed Internet
- - Child Programs
- - Pets Allowed
- - Spa Facility
- - Jogging & Running
- - Shopping
- - Tennis Courts Nearby
- - Theatre & Museums
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