The Grand Hôtel de la Reine
Located on one of the most beautiful squares in the world, The Grand Hotel De la Reine has the privilege to have a rich and fascinating history. In the past, the Alliot pavilion was not predestined to become a place for hotel and restaurant. The Duke of Lorraine, Stanislas Leszczynski, father-in-law of Louis XV, built it by Emmanuel Héré between 1751 and 1755, to create a music school for his wife and Marie-Antoinette.
The revolution having transformed the State’s stewardship into a prefecture, the pavilion then housed successive prefects. The building finally gave way to the hotel by celebrating Queen Marie-Antoinette. The facades and roofs of the hotel are classified as historical monuments, the Stanislas Square was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1983. Today, there is the Grand Hotel de la Reine, with 51 rooms. At the ground floor you can find Le LOUIS restaurant, and our lounge bar Le XV.
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