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Boutique Hotel Villa Gounod
Villa Gounod is a boutique hotel in the heart of Lille.
It is located opposite a metro station in a residential area, making it a perfect place to stay quiet and move freely in the metropolis. Succumb to the inimitable charm of this "Boutique Hotel", a villa in Art Deco style, borrowed from history and serenity.
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As a vast Art-Déco-styled house surrounded by its garden, the Villa Gounod has preserved all its charm of yesteryear to host you comfortably in its large personalized rooms. Ideally located, with the metro at 1 minute, join Euralille and its stations in a station or access very quickly, by car, to the fast track 356.
Meet the vibrant metropolis of Lille
Its spirited student life, strong economic activity and varied cultural offerings create a unique blend for a quality of life at the crossroads of the main European links. Furthermore, the fabled conviviality of the Ch’tis will greet you within this city of such unique character.
Discover the city of Lille
History of the hotel
In 1903, a prominent industrial family from Lille decided to divide into lots a vast land belonging to her. The Rue Gounod is then traced and private mansions are erected on each side of that street, according to a strict alignment and a similar Art Déco style. Several architects worked on their building, such as the famous Armand Lemay, creator of the Villa Gounod and of its facing quasi twin, which both ponctuate the beginning of the Rue Gounod. The Villa was occupied during a long time by the family at the roots of the project, before frequently changing of owners. The mansion was less well-cared-for over time, until these recent years where a first set of restorations turned it into a residential hotel. In March 2016, the Villa is bought by the family Cabané who gives to it a hotel status. Recent enhancements have completed its conversion into a small charming hotel with nine original rooms, allowing the latter to revive the concept of « boutique hotel ».