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6 rooms from £304 per night

“Once the home of art deco glass designer René Lalique, the villa is now a 5-star hotel set amid dense forest. The six luxurious white-walled suites are finished with marble and crystal. The hotel's crown jewel, however, is its michelin two-star restaurant housed in a modern, glass-walled building.”

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“Once the home of art deco glass designer René Lalique, the villa is now a 5-star hotel set amid dense forest. The six luxurious white-walled suites are finished with marble and crystal. The hotel's crown jewel, however, is its michelin two-star restaurant housed in a modern, glass-walled building.”

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“This traditional French villa was built in 1920 for acclaimed art deco glass designer René Lalique. Chairman of the Lalique brand in 2008 decided to transform this six-acre plot into a luxurious hotel for people to enjoy food, wine, nature, and the Lalique crystal brand. For Lalique lovers, it's a treat, with crystal ornaments scattered at every corner, and a dedicated museum just a couple minutes away.

For foodies, this hotel and restaurant are a must-visit. The two-star Michelin restaurant serves luxurious fresh produce, such as gold caviar, in slick surrounds. Walls are glass, meaning panoramic views of Alsacian forest encircle diners. The wine cellar is magnificent, housing over 20,000 bottles from around the world!

The hotel's design is contemporary and luxurious, thanks to the opulence of Green and Mingarelli design which opts for leather, crystal and silk. The restaurant is the main focus of this hotel, so a spa and pool are absent. However, the surrounding forest, nature reserves, and neighbouring historic towns beckon exploration. ”

Recommended for
  • Foodies
  • Michelin two-star restaurant serves vibrant cuisine in a luxurious, modern dining room which looks onto the expansive landscape
  • Local exploring
  • La Petite Pierre is a fortified village located just kilometres away which dates back to the 13th-century
  • Back to Nature
  • In the heart of Northern Vosges Regional Nature Park- perfect location for nature-lovers exploring by foot, horseback or bike!

Facilities

  • Airport transfer
  • Bicycles available
  • Bar
  • Family Suites
  • Towelling robes
  • Views
  • Walking distance restaurants
  • Internet
  • Good wine list
  • Sit-out Terrace
  • Pre-loaded ipods
  • Bicycle hire
  • In room music system
  • Garden
  • Restaurant
  • Exquisite modern dining; à la carte or four menus to choose from
  • Child friendly
  • Suite Masque de Femme has two rooms and restaurant welcomes children for lunch and dinner
  • Satellite / Cable TV
  • Concierge
  • Suites
  • Disabled access
  • Rose Suite adapted for those with disabilities and a lift takes you straight to room's door
  • 24 Hour room service
  • Room service
  • Sitting Room
  • Air conditioning

Activities

  • Museums
  • Musée Lalique, open to the public in 2011, is a 'must-visit' for Lalique lovers
  • Other Activities
  • Helicopter tours available to transfer you from Strasbourg and other towns directly to the restaurant
  • Wine tasting
  • The hotel's wine cellar of over 12,000 bottles is one of the finest in Europe. Available for private tastings or events
  • Golf
  • Bitche golfcourse (voted as one of Europe's top ten) is located just kilometers away
  • Cycling
  • Electric bikes can be hired to explore local forests and nature reserves

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Hotel insider: Villa René Lalique, France

“Better to seek beauty than flaunt luxury” was René Lalique’s design philosophy. For this art deco visionary, born in 1860 in a tiny Champagne hamlet, beauty chiefly meant “la femme, la faune et la flore”.

Originally published by Financial Times (view article)

Villa René Lalique

This classy villa was built in 1920 by the great French glass and jewellery designer René Lalique as a family home. It’s now a two Michelin-starred destination restaurant with six rooms. Lalique lovers will be surrounded by stunning pieces from the collections.

Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)

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Hotel Overview

Recommended for
  • Foodies
  • Michelin two-star restaurant serves vibrant cuisine in a luxurious, modern dining room which looks onto the expansive landscape
  • Local exploring
  • La Petite Pierre is a fortified village located just kilometres away which dates back to the 13th-century
  • Back to Nature
  • In the heart of Northern Vosges Regional Nature Park- perfect location for nature-lovers exploring by foot, horseback or bike!
Activities
  • Museums
  • Musée Lalique, open to the public in 2011, is a 'must-visit' for Lalique lovers
  • Other Activities
  • Helicopter tours available to transfer you from Strasbourg and other towns directly to the restaurant
  • Golf
  • Bitche golfcourse (voted as one of Europe's top ten) is located just kilometers away
  • Cycling
  • Electric bikes can be hired to explore local forests and nature reserves
  • Wine tasting
  • The hotel's wine cellar of over 12,000 bottles is one of the finest in Europe. Available for private tastings or events
Other highlights
  • Family Suites
  • Owner managed
  • Secluded setting
  • Views
  • Romantic
  • Intimate
  • Luxury
  • Opulent
  • Good wine list
  • Sit-out Terrace
  • Organic food
  • Designer
  • Antiques
  • Chic
  • Artworks
  • Restaurant
  • Exquisite modern dining; à la carte or four menus to choose from
  • Village
  • Child friendly
  • Suite Masque de Femme has two rooms and restaurant welcomes children for lunch and dinner
  • Contemporary
  • Restaurant with rooms
  • Disabled access
  • Rose Suite adapted for those with disabilities and a lift takes you straight to room's door
  • 5* Luxury

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