Le Lobby | Refined Restaurant in Paris
A majestic entrance
With its high ceilings, refined moldings and paintings reflecting the glory of the Belle Epoque, this large reception room has been meticulously restored by French master craftsmen.
This place has always been one of the jewels of Parisian addresses and a field of expression for artists. This is where Gershwin composed "An American in Paris", where Marcel Proust met James Joyce and where Picasso, Igor Stravinsky and many personalities of the time met for tea or cocktail receptions.