This flagship building by Mario Botta, the Swiss architect of international renown, makes no apology for being modern. A rectangle of glass, borne on columns of red Vosges sandstone, the restaurant forms an extension, linked to the house by an all-glass walkway. Its four glazed sides and plant-covered roof merge perfectly with the six acres of glorious parkland planted with hydrangea, chestnut, birch, beech, oak, spruce and blue cedar trees. This superb view conveys an irresistible sense of calm reassurance.

 

The dining room is a haven of peace, looking out across a vast expanse of countryside. The setting and décor of the Villa René Lalique restaurant invite guests to treat themselves to an exceptional dining experience.