The Hôtel Dillon
Domaine Clarence Dillon decided to locate their headquarters at this superb townhouse built in 1884 by architect Henri Parent in the middle of the "Triangle d'or" of Paris. As a fervent defender of the French "Art de Vivre", HRH Prince Robert of Luxembourg, President and CEO of the family company, supervised all of the decoration and sought out paintings, vases, and antique furniture in order to recreate the warm, refined, and "cosy" atmosphere of Château Haut-Brion.
The unique charm of a private townhouse.
The Bar and
the Grand Salon
Either before or after your meal at le Clarence, the bar and the Grand Salon, on the second floor, are the ideal setting for meetings and hushed conversations. With its beautiful woodwork, soft lighting, thick carpets comfortable armchairs, the elegant and yet cosy Grand Salon, reserved exclusively for clients of the restaurant, is the ideal spot for a cheerful aperitif or a nightcap with a view out over the city.
Outside the entrance of the Hôtel Dillon hangs a traditional wrought iron sign handcrafted by an artisan wrought iron worker, pointing the way to "La Cave du Château".
An elegant boutique of fine wines, this mecca for discerning wine lovers, which prides itself on being able to satisfy its clients' every wish, is a genuine treasure trove, including not only precious vintages from the vineyards of Domaine Clarence Dillon, but also a hand-picked selection of the finest grand crus and spirits produced in France.
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The restaurant will be closed on Saturday, November 11th and on Tuesday, December 26th. Le Clarence will then be closed from December 31st until Tuesday, January 9th, for dinner.