Towns and villages of the Eure-et-Loir department, a particular idea of modernity, the warm welcome. Welcome to Patrice Peluche's hotel.
“The key words here are helpfulness, cleanliness, visibility.”
Patrice’s 3-star hotel guards the gates of Normandy. Modern and colourful, The Originals City, Hotel des Lys, Dreux welcomes you between Dreux and the countryside, ideally located a stone’s throw from the RN12 road, near the centre of Dreux and less than 1 hour from Paris. Patrice wanted this easily accessible hotel to be warm and friendly above all. “I like the contact with my guests,” he explains. “I want them to feel at home here.” Patrice has also put an emphasis on elegance, simplicity and the functional aspect of his hotel’s 51 rooms. The staff do everything to make sure guests’ check-in and stay go as well as possible. And all in a good mood, as shown by the colours that brighten up the whole hotel.
“Besides the warmth of our hospitality, we put an emphasis on effectiveness,” says Patrice. The rooms are testament to this. Air-conditioned, soundproof, non-smoking and accessible for families of 3 or even 4 people. They are spacious, elegant and, above all, functional. Couples, friends, families and colleagues will like their particularly cheerful contemporary style. The colourful harmony gives this modern hotel a real fresh flavour.
- Non smoking room
- Air-conditioned room
- Cable and/or satellite television
Patrice provides a generous breakfast to get the day off to a good start. The buffet is served in a modern and well lit room from 6.30-10am during the week and from 8-10am at weekends. There is also a bar where you can enjoy a nice relaxing drink after a long day of work or visiting the region.
Near to Dreux and ideally located in Eure-et-Loir, The Originals City, Hotel des Lys, Dreux makes it easy to tour this very beautiful region.
VISIT DREUXBetween Île-de-France and Normandy, Dreux is an appealing town with its pedestrian centre, overlooked by the royal chapel where the Orléans family is interred. The tombs and recumbent statues make it a real museum of 19th century sculpture. Take a walk around the town where you can also admire the wonderful 16th century belfry and the charming Place Métézeau. Wander around the Marcel-Dessal Art and History Museum to see the works of Claude Monet, Maurice de Vlaminck, Pierre Eugène Montézin and Henri Le Sidaner.
ANET CASTLEOnly the west wing remains of this charming castle built from 1548 for Diane de Poitiers, King Henri II’s mistress. However, you will be surprised by the entrance gate featuring a clock above it with a stag kept at bay by four dogs, and by the chapel. With its dome covered in trompe-l’œil boxes, this is a real architectural gem of the French Renaissance, designed by Philibert Delorme. To the left of the castle, a funeral chapel holds Diane de Poitiers’ remains.
CHARTRES CATHEDRALRodin called it ‘France’s Acropolis’ and it is a real gem of European Gothic art. Chartres cathedral is known all over the world for its architectural unity, the beauty of its two tall spires (106m and 115m) and its jamb statues. You can also admire the sculptured gates and wonderful stained glass windows from the 12th and 13th centuries which are the most important collection in France. For 800 years the cathedral has opened its large ambulatory and huge transept to pilgrims.
What our customers say
Had to wait more than half an hour to book in....not what you want after a long day driving...because the poor receptionist was having to cope with a large party booking in in front of us. Where was Patrice? I had a message saying he would be thete to greet ud.
Very clean hotel, with spacious rooms en a very nice staff! The breakfast-buffet was super, enough tot choose front.