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L'Hôtel Particulier - le Hall © François Rosentiel
L'Hôtel Particulier - Salle de réunion © François Rosentiel
L'Hôtel Particulier - Salle de réunion © François Rosentiel
L'Hôtel Particulier - le Hall © François Rosentiel
L'Hôtel Particulier - Salle de réunion © © François Rosentiel
L'Hôtel Particulier - Salle de réunion © © François Rosentiel

L'Hôtel Particulier - Juliette’s Lounges

Lyon’s little secrets

This residence, which dates back to the latter part of the 18th century, once belonged to Juliette Récamier.
L’Hôtel Particulier opened early in January 2016 following 4 months of renovation work.

Three floors and a total of 300 m² inside, plus a 250 m² garden (with a terrace) entirely devoted to organized events for up to 100 people.

Large volumes in which Julien and Axel decided to shake up the decorative codes in vogue at the time by using white for its clean, uncluttered look, daring deep blue, which gives the location its singularity, and furniture specially designed in the workshops of Xavier Forêt.

L’Hôtel Particulier can be privately hired in its entirety, with 6 spaces available, including a fully-equipped plenary meeting room (large screen /sound system/ Wi-Fi) with seating for 70 people.

As creators of customized projects, the team works with local partners to provide top quality services: travelling cooks, team-building activities, actors, and more.

The added advantages of the shade of the plane tree and birdsong should be enough to convince you.

 

L’Hôtel Particulier

Ground floor: 2 break rooms + catering lab
1st floor: 1 plenary room (capacity: 70 seated / 80 standing / 50 for sit-down meals) + 1 small lounge
2nd floor: 1 modular space (50 seated or standing / 35 for sit-down meals) + 1 subcommittee room / Car park: 25 spaces

14 rue Chinard – 69009 Lyon
Axel Burdy : +33 (0)6 18 73 30 28
Julien Manziat : +33 (0)6 80 02 11 24
www.lhotelparticulier-lyon.co

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