For 100 years, Lalique has been admired for its exquisite jewelry, perfumes and collections of crystal and glass—the cactus tables, the Bacchantes vases, the colorful cabochon rings—which is still produced by a team of highly skilled artisans in its original glassworks in Alsace, France. What is less known is that Maison Lalique is also skilled at a particular kind of jewel box hospitality.
That’s most on display in its flagship hotel, Villa René Lalique, which was built by the original artist and founder in 1920 as a sometimes family home near his factory. (It can also be said to be celebrating its centenary, if you figure
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