Intercontinental Lyon Hotel-Dieu
Interior designer Jean-Philippe Nuel wanted to create discreet luxury in the redesign of this former hospital on the banks of the Rhône. The magnificent neoclassical facade dates back to the 18th century, and for a long time the building was considered the most beautiful hospice in France. The work took six years, and was the largest private renovation of a listed building in France. Now the hotel offers 144 rooms and suites for the highest standards, a successful example of the combination of modern design and historic grandeur. Nuel opted for the BetteStarlet Oval Silhouette baths for the interiors.