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This hotel certainly has a unique feel to it: the building was converted from a hospital after the 1990s, and it retains many historic features. The public spaces exhibit local, regional artwork and the restaurant serves locally sourced food.

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Rooms: 72 rooms

Doubles from €130

Meals: Lunch or dinner: 'Menu Affaire' €39,50; 3-course 'Menu du Marché' €54
Open: Year-round
Address: 224 rue de Paris, Lille, , 59000
Tel: +33 (0) 3 20 85 30 30

Why we've chosen L’Hermitage Gantois:

Founded as a hospital in 1462, this landmark building continued to be a working hospice right up until the mid 1990s. The makeover to hotel has been deft achieved. Thanks to 10-year period of clever and painstaking conversion - during which materials were sensitively sourced - it retains many historic features. There’s a Gothic gable here, a stained-glass window there, and even a small museum area displaying antique medical instruments. The 72 bedrooms are all very different, having been individually furnished according to size and shape. The public spaces exhibit the works of local, regional artists. The restaurant serves locally sourced food.

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Top Eco Features at L’Hermitage Gantois:

  • Converted and renovated hospital

  • Sustainably-sourced materials used for construction

  • Restaurant serves locally-sourced food



L’Hermitage Gantois, Lille, France
Nearest train station: Gare de Lille Europe

Directions from station:
After disembarking the Eurostar at Paris Gare du Nord, you can catch a train directly to Lille. The hotel is a 10-minute walk from the station.

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