Founded over a century ago, in 1888, The House of Lalique has endured as the ultimate symbol of French luxury
Lalique is a legend and at the same time a symbol of artistic tradition and craftsmanship of the highest order. Lalique today is considered as the jewel in the crown of the French glass and crystal industry – a byword for excellence, a reputation earned through the creation of extraordinary pieces in crystal glass in its myriad variations. It is not for nothing that Lalique is also referred to as the ‘haute couture’ of crystal.
The story of LaliqueDiscover
The name Lalique evokes the radiance of jewellery, the wonder of transparency, and the brilliance of crystal. Before Lalique became a brand name, it was the name of a man, an artist, a genius, René-Jules Lalique. Explore the Lalique history.
Villa René LaliqueDécouvrir
The Villa built by René Lalique in 1920 has reinvented itself. Under the direction of Silvio Denz, Chairman and CEO of Lalique, the Villa has been transformed into the sumptuous setting of an ultra-sophisticated five-star hotel and a gourmet restaurant with two Michelin stars.
CHÂTEAU HOCHBERG BY LALIQUEDiscover
Château Hochberg, a private manor originally named Château Teutsch, has been transformed into a four-star hotel complemented by an elegant and modern restaurant with a high-quality yet reasonably priced cuisine.
The Lalique Hotel & Restaurant at Château Lafaurie-Peyraguey in Sauternes opened its doors in June 2018. In the heart of this medieval castle you can immerse yourself in a unique experience in the hotel and savour a Sauternes Premier Cru Classé in the magnificent 2 starred restaurant.
THE GLENTURRET RESTAURANTDiscover
Located at the heart of The Glenturret distillery, nestled at the foot of the rolling hills of Crieff, guests of Michelin starred The Glenturret Lalique Restaurant are able to enjoy world-class gastronomy and hospitality in the idyllic Perthshire countryside.
In Zurich, Villa Florhof joined Lalique's prestigious hotel collection in 2022. A listed
historical monument, this 15th century former silk mill, in the heart of Zurich, will be renovated in the Lalique style. Fourteen luxurious rooms and suites, a fine dining restaurant, a vaulted wine cellar, a bar, a terrace and a lounge with smoking room will provide elegant new settings for sublime Lalique creations. Opening early 2025!
LALIQUE MagazineBrowse the 2023 Edition
In the 2023 edition of the Lalique magazine, you will be able to discover the major projects undertaken by the House over the past year: the exceptional collaboration with James Turrell, the enigmatic and poetic universe of René Magritte translated into crystal sculptures, the new MICHELIN stars for Château Lafaurie-Peyraguey in France and for The Glenturret Lalique restaurant in Scotland...