Château Hochberg opened on august, 12 2016
Château Hochberg, which was built in 1863 by Edouard Teutsch, the then owner of Hochberg glassworks, has been transformed, at the instigation of Silvio Denz, Chairman and CEO of Lalique, into a hotel - aiming to gain a four-star rating - and a restaurant.
This former manor house, classified as a listed building since 1996, lies at the heart of the Northern Vosges Regional Nature Park, facing the Lalique museum, and is surrounded by over 4 acres of gardens. Guests will be offered 15 rooms and suites as well as a modern brasserie with 60 covers.
This new incarnation of Château Hochberg is the result of close collaboration between Lalique Interior Design Studio, which offers architects and designers an exclusive range of high-end projects integrating crystal elements in spatial concepts, and Christine and Nicola Borella, founders of the interior design agency Borella Art Design, renowned for its expertise in the concept and realisation of customised projects in the luxury hotel and gastronomy sector.
Learn more: www.chateauhochberg.com