Since its establishment in 1930 the Lancaster set off as the quintessential hotel of its time. It kept welcoming back artists, celebrities and long-established families who became regulars due to the true “at home” atmosphere.
With a new management, redesign and heavy investment, the hotel achieved an alluring and sensible assemblage of classic decor, contemporary elements, art pieces and the same glamour it was previously acclaimed for.
The Lancaster offers 54 rooms, including 10 suites, all of them unique, elegant and extremely comfortable. A bar, The Marlène, an homage to its distinguished patron Marlene Dietrich. A high-class gastronomic restaurant and the delightful and secret Patio that provides all day dining for those seeking a lavish and sophisticated setting with a spectacular location, a few steps from Champs Élysées.