Château Hochberg, which was built in 1863 by Edouard Teutsch, the then owner of Hochberg glassworks, has undergone a complete renovation ; it is now a four-star hotel and a modern restaurant.
This former manor house, classified as a listed building since 1996, lies at the heart of the Northern Vosges Regional Nature Park, facing the Lalique museum, and is surrounded by over 4 acres of gardens. Guests are offered 15 rooms and suites as well as a modern brasserie with 60 covers where Chef Arnaud Barberis and his team offer a savory and refined cuisine.
Situated five minutes from Villa René Lalique, which offers six exclusive suites and a restaurant decorated with two stars led by Chefs Paul Stradner and Jean-Georges Klein, Château Hochberg is a convivial destination. Hosts will be pleased to welcome locals and visitors alike and make their time at the Château a memorable experience.