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Hotel Lancaster Paris Champs Elysées

/ Hotel Lancaster Paris Champs Elysées
Hotel Lancaster Paris Champs Elysées


Country: France

City: Paris

Address: 7 Rue de Berri, 75008 Paris, France

Phone number: +33140764076


What a #paris welcome! Our suite is not ready, but the re...
What a #paris welcome! Our suite is not ready, but the re...
The Hotel Lancaster Paris -- Some of my favorite design i...
The Hotel Lancaster Paris -- Some of my favorite design i...
Isn’t this a beautiful room for writing? I confess, I did...
Isn’t this a beautiful room for writing? I confess, I did...
All good here
All good here
Luxury and french elegance at the Hôtel Lancaster
Luxury and french elegance at the Hôtel Lancaster
Love the bar at The Lancaster—very warm and intimate
Love the bar at The Lancaster—very warm and intimate
A very special restaurant: Lancaster Paris
A very special restaurant: Lancaster Paris
So very thankful for my Swans for getting me into the Mar...
So very thankful for my Swans for getting me into the Mar...


Hotel Lancaster.......the very best!
You will not be disappointed! A very welcoming staff, helpful from start to finish. No issues during 5-day stay. Does it have the "extras" of a Ritz or Four Seasons? No, but if you are looking for location, cleanliness, service and quality of stay, I strongly recommend the Hotel Lancaster. Even the Italian restaurant directly across the street is 5-star food quality for lunch or dinner. Out the front door of hotel, turn right, walk about 1 minute and you are smack-dab in the middle of the Champs-Elysees! Then look to the right.....there's the Arch, a very close 5 to 10-minute walk. Quick access to Metro stations. You'll love it all!
Review by Excursion731892

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Great stay in great location
Stayed during the World Cup so the streets outside on Champs Elysee were very lively which made it that much more fun. The location is also very good, about only a 10 minute walk to the Arc and the shopping street of Rue St Honore. The rooms were quite large considering the location and they offered Clarins amenities which we loved. The breakfast was good but since we booked with Amex we got the hotel credit to use for the a la crate breakfast which made it that much better. All in all a good hotel and would definitely recommend
Review by Kain P

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Best Hotel ever Stayed!!
I never really ejnoyed a hotel like Hotel Lancaster. Arrived at 8am, I was able to check in with a free upgrade, hotel staff were wonderfull.
Hotel location is a block away from the heart of champs elysee, very clean, and quite. I would not recommend it to family with children!
Review by alialomaim

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Cosy with all its refinements
Amazing place because it’s small, it’s not show off like many other Parisian hotels. It’s kept this beautiful sophistication that I so admire and the service is great, the staff is so sweet and they had someone playing the guitar too! Little things like that make it worth it
Review by Allergicfoodlover

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Little Gem
I have been here many times and enjoy this
Hotel and its superb location and friendly
service. It is quite small and as a result they
have a difficult time accommodating an early
check in. Staff is friendly. Suites are large. My
breakfast was included which is always good
Review by maddie924

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Overall an EXCELLENT choice, not perfect
1. Pre-arrival the concierge corresponded by email, so we had dinner reservations at some places I chose and some he chose that corresponded with my parameters. He helped with other requests as well (including for a tattoo parlor).

2. The hotel accommodated an early arrival (we had emailed ahead of time).

3. Location is good for Metro access and sightseeing.

4. Hotel staff is largely bilingual (French and English) although the degree of English varies, it oresented no oroblem.

5. A little more housekeeping attentiveness is needed. The papers in the tray by the elevator that remained for three days and the failure to take the dirty plates from our room and to empty the garbage were negatives. The hotel is clean, but this along with one doorman/desk person’s unhelpfulness made an otherwise perfect stay slightly amiss. The unhelpfulness was “Where can we get a late night (11pm) snack nearby?” Answer: “Go this way” while pointing to the keft. When asked for a soecific place, he said, “This way.”

6. Monsieur Restaurant is FANTASTIC. I urge you to try the five courses tasting menu for a food delight. As for breakfast, the orice is crazy, so get it included in your room rate for savings on an excellent cold buffet with hot food from the kitchen brought to order. The fresh squeezed OJ is delicious.

7. The hotel is EUROPEAN style. Room keys are metal and customarily returned to the desk when going out of the hotel. Rooms are smaller than you will see in American business hotels. The furnishings are beautiful.

All in all, I was very happy. The price is not for paupers or the budget conscious. And, the value they deliver is worth the price.

Because of the hotel’s intimate size, the staff remembers us and the plans we shared. Then, at the end if the day or the next morning, they inquire, “Did you enjoy Notre Dame towers?” Etc.

Review by 13360man

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Footsteps from the iconic Champs-Élysées with its glittering shops, on a side street with little passing traffic. The Arc de Triomphe and its panoramic rooftop views is a 10-minute walk and the nearby Musée Yves Saint-Laurent is an essential calling card for fashionistas. George V is the closest metro

There is something eminently homely about the rooms – 56 in all, with street or courtyard view. Herringbone parquet floors with the occasional atmospheric creak, panelled walls, antique furniture and ample mirrors add bags of period vibe although the choice of wall art won't be to everyone's taste: Kiev-born Boris Pastoukhoff (1894-1974), official portrait artist to Russia's last Tsar, lived here in the 1930s, and some 80 of his heavy, gilt-framed oils decorate rooms and public areas today. Compact bathrooms are geometric with bath and shower, floor-to-ceiling white marble, incense sticks and Clarins courtesy products. The ultimate is suite 401 where Marlène Dietrich lived – leaving behind her Érard baby grand piano and a glass-covered coffee table showcasing a pair of her gloves, a hand mirror, feather and framed photo.

Food & drink
Breakfast is served in the elegant salle de petit dejeuner with oyster-grey panelling, chandelier and more of Pastoukhoff's gilt-framed oils. The buffet is the classic French mix of buttery croissants and pains au chocolat, baguette, fruit, cheese, ham, cereals and cooked-to-order eggs, but unless you're a big eater you will derive more culinary satisfaction from an à la carte black truffle omelette (€25/£22), caviar-laced scrambled eggs (€30/£26) or sweet brioche with eggs and homemade foie gras (€19/£16.50) courtesy of Michelin-starred chef Sébastien Giroud. Kudos for the quick 'café Parisian' breakfast (coffee, juice, croissant and bread) served until noon in lounge bar Le Marlène.

Regional cuisine from southwest France stars in the enigmatically named Monsieur Restaurant (lunch/dinner menus from €39 (£34)/€90 (£79), a nod to one of the famously bisexual Marlene Dietrich's string of monsieurs or male lovers. Travel tastebuds with langoustine roasted with fiery Espelette peppers, saddle of lamb stuffed with sweet autumnal chestnuts or aromatic Noir de Bigorre ham air-dried in the Pyrenees. Somewhat maddeningly, the restaurant closes at weekends (Saturday and Sunday), but the bar serves enticing cheese and seafood tasting platters, salads etc. Its courtyard patio is a gorgeous spot to linger beneath the stars. Cocktail lovers, Un Air de Paris – champagne, cointreau noir and lemon – has your name on it.

Value for money
Double rooms from €340 (£299) in the low season; and from €480 (£422) in high. Breakfast not included, costs €42 (£37). Free Wi-Fi

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