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The private rooms

Salon
Antonin Carême

The largest private meeting room, seating 6 to 20 guests, was named after the "king of chefs and the chef of kings". Considered the inventor of haute cuisine, Carême was Talleyrand's personal chef. He was quoted as saying: "Good food and wine fill the gourmet's heart with joy" – a conviction shared by all at Hôtel Dillon.

Salon
Auguste Escoffier

The Hôtel Dillon's second private meeting room, seating 4 to 12 guests, was named after the most famous chef of his time, who influenced generations of cooks with his "Culinary Guide", a veritable Bible of French gastronomy.

Each of our three private dining rooms is connected to the Internet and adapted to the use of audio-visual equipment. Whatever the event, the Le Clarence team will be sure to provide tailor-made service for an unforgettable time.

Contact for the Private Rooms :
Helen Desplanques - Sales Manager
Tel.: +33 (0)1 82 82 40 45
Email : h.desplanques@le-clarence.paris

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Salon
Seymour Weller

The first president of Domaine Clarence Dillon gave his name to the third and last room, with a full capacity of 8 guests. Seymour Weller, nephew of the Domaine's founder, managed the Domaine for 40 years, before his cousin, Joan Dillon, and mother of the current president, Prince Robert de Luxembourg, took over.

Hôtel Dillon
31, avenue Franklin D. Roosevelt
75008 Paris
+33 1 82 82 10 10 +33 1 82 82 10 10
Open from Tuesday evening to Saturday, for lunch and dinner (closed on Tuesdays for lunch). Valet parking
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.
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