L’Hermitage Gantois

Lille, France

Hotel chosen for:
Open Collection Principles

The Unique Design

Hotels with a thoughtfulness and dedicated purpose to their design

The Mark of Craft

Unique experiences rooted in the hotel's personality

The Place

Connected to its surroundings, this hotel is woven into the fabric of its locale

Historic Elegance

Museum or Hotel? France's L'Hermitage Gantois, built in 1462, is both. Guests can stay in rooms that were formerly nuns' cells, tour the old chapel, and take a guided tour to admire the art and architecture of the building.

More than 600 years on, L’Hermitage Gantois has been sympathetically transformed into a boutique hotel where the ancient and the modern – steel and glass alongside a 17th-century staircase and chapel, Renaissance-era tapestries sharing wall space with pop art – creatively coexist. Dining options range from five-course tasting-menu degustations at Restaurant de l’Hermitage to brasserie-style local specialties, such as carbonnade, at L’Estaminet Gantois.

224 Rue de Paris, Lille, France