Cercle Lebrun, an 18th century architectural gem
Historically called the Hôtel Le Brun, this place was built at the request of Charles II Le Brun, nephew of the famous painter, at the very beginning of the 18th century.
Each of the spaces now refers to the four illustrious figures who have filled this place with history.
The Sculptor’s Lounge, on the ground floor, offers a space of 80 square metres, ideal for breakfasts or workshops.
With a total surface area of 1,155 m², Le Cercle LeBrun can accommodate up to 420 people and benefits from incredible outdoor spaces: a paved Cour d’Honneur and a French-inspired garden, each with a surface area of 500 m².
|The Botanist’s Rooms (200 m²)||100||130||Yes|
|The Painter’s Salons (180 m²)||60||70||–||Yes|