This building is currently a private residence and is connected to several historical milestones of the 20th century.
Between 1907 and 1926, a company from Lyon created a vast thermal and hotel complex using the Châtelet mineral waters. During WWI, it was converted into an American Red Cross hospital and took in sick children from the northern and eastern regions of German-occupied France. Lastly, the Hotel du Parc hosted the two of the negotiation conferences to resolve the Algerian conflict, in May/June 1961 and March 1962. They led to the signing of the Evian accords on 18 March 1962.
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