The Grand Salon
The Grand Salon is distinguished by its semi-circular layout, which evokes the eighteenth-century preference for curves over straight lines. The room’s decor is a subtle and refined combination of eighteenth-century elements and elements created during the mansion’s construction at the end of the nineteenth century. Hence, the ensemble is typical of the decorative art of the times, in which furniture, ancient objects, and copies made in the style of older objects are displayed side by side.
It was in this salon that Édouard André and Nélie Jacquemart received their guests for lavish receptions that were a delight for contemporary high society. Continue this festive tradition by treating your guests to an unforgettable evening in this exceptional setting.