La chartreuse du Val Saint Esprit is a listed Historical Monument which keep in elegance and fineness from the past. It is set with 53 unique and personalized rooms divided in different categories : Tradition, Privilege, Deluxe, Familiale, and a junior suite. Two rooms can welcome disabled people.
They are all equipped with flat-screen TV with French and International channels, phone, minibar, safe, double or twin beds and a free wireless internet access. Bathrooms are set with bath and/or shower (according room categories), welcome products, bathrobe and slippers (except in tradition rooms).
People who love History would certainly be in awe of this place. Year after year, century after century, it was maintained and still is today an exceptional living place It keeps charm and characteristic from the past. Decoration is cunningly chosen with sophistication and elegance. This hotel gives you a beautiful travel through time.
La Chartreuse du Val Saint Esprit was built in 1320 to welcome monks. That Carthusian Monastery received Countess Marguerite of Flanders and Isabelle, the wife of Philippe of Burgundy. There’re so many treasures and anecdotes from the past that we love relate to you.
RESTAURANT LE ROBERT II
Le Robert II, the gourmet restaurant of La Chartreuse du Val Saint Esprit, the gastronomy is perfectly in tune with the French reputation. Our chief and his team suggest you a traditional French cooking playing with delicacy of the appearance and original taste. A prestigious cellar, a cooking made by talented persons, a scenery in concordance with the place : refined and polished.
True the French reputation, our head chef and kitchen’s team prepare meals in respect with traditional and fine cooking. They play with texture and flavour without altering their taste and quality.
People who love History would certainly be in awe of this place. It keeps charm and characteristic from the past. Decoration is cunningly choosen with sophistication and elegance. This restaurant give you a beautiful travel through time.
RESTAURANT LE VASCO
Le Vasco, modern cooking brasserie is welcoming you in a cosy and colonial atmosphere. The chief and his team suggest a modern cooking for a travel around the world. Having a lunch or a dinner in a large leather armchair or on the terrace will be a pleasure for you.
The Vasco’s team makes a modern cooking, with French, Mediterranean, Thaï or Japonese products. Every season, it’s a new gourmet getaway, a world-trip through meals bodly prepared.
“Crusty tuna with spices, rice and red curry sauce”, “cannelloni of smoked salmon stuffed with crab and cheese” or “Iberian marinated pluma, roasted potatoes and red onions, purée chorizo”… Were this meals mouth-watering? There’s still others to discover.
The Vasco is fitted with a wine dispenser that allow to propose you refined wines in the best possible conditions : Saint-Estèphe, Château Le Crock 2012 – Meursault, Domaine Rémi Henri Delagrande et Fils 2012 – Pouilly Fumé, Serge Dagueneau et Filles 2013 – Haut Médoc, Château Ramage La Batisse 2007… The most selection for your pleasure!
La Distillerie, French cooking brasserie, is welcoming you in traditional and picturesque atmosphere … Scottish curtain, vaulted ceiling, chairs and benches of bright wood… the chief and his team suggest a cooking from the traditional French cooking.
Family cooking from The Distillerie invite you to discover the most famous meals of the French gastronomy. All dishes are prepared with fresh products, fruits and vegetables from our garden, according to each season. “Pot-au-feu”, “Veal kidney in the Beaugé way”, “Dover sole meunière”, “home made duke live terrine” or “Snails from Radinghem with garlic and parsel butter” everything I there.
The resort has a conference/ business center called “Les Salons de La Chartreuse”, perfect place for your seminars, study days, banquets, private events. It has meeting rooms and banquet rooms able to welcome up to 600 persons in meals and 900 persons in cocktails. It has a amphitheater of 300 seats. All our team is at your disposal to help you in the organization of all your events.
Born 3 years ago on the site of the former pit 9 of the mines of Lens, this second Louvre hosts semi-permanent exhibitions representative of all the collections of its big brother and are regularly renewed. It also hosts temporary exhibitions of international level in close collaboration with major foreign museums. 20 minutes away
THE SWIMMING POOL IN ROUBAIX
This swimming pool was built between 1927 and 1932 by the architect Albert Baert on the initiative of the mayor at the time, Jean-Baptiste Lebas.
Listed as a 20th century heritage site, this exceptional place nestled in the heart of an art deco building is now converted into a museum of art and industry. It hosts exhibitions from all walks of life to offer an amateur or informed public a multidisciplinary vision of art. 50 minutes away
THE INTERNATIONAL CITY OF LACE AND FASHION
Located in the historic heart of Calais Lace, the museum is spread over 2500 m² divided into five galleries where are evoked the know-how and techniques, the economic and social history, the uses but also the most contemporary aspects of lace (fashion, design, applied arts, etc.). 50 minutes away
LEWARDE MINE MUSEUM
Take your helmet to reach the “bottom” galleries and thus relive the three centuries of coal mining, browsing the sites where the machines are in operation. Back on the surface, the seven major exhibitions dedicated to the history, geology, energies and daily life of the miners await you.
You will also discover the reconstructions of the administrative offices and the emblematic places of the Delloye pit, such as the room of the “hanged” or the lamp room. 45 minutes away