On the prestigious rue de la Paix, heart of the jewelry district, the Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme has reinvented luxury hotel standards. It is a favorite of Parisians and international guests in search of modern luxury with a chic edge and gourmet healthy cuisine.
With almost 15 years of success – and counting – the Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme has definitely got what it takes to be a member of the exclusive club of palace hotels. Since it opened in 2002, its combination of breathless sophistication and contemporary style has earned it high praise from every quarter. As soon as you walk into the Park Hyatt, you instantly feel that there’s a different vibe about this hotel. The lobby’s modern, warm design and the busy hum of the Orchidées restaurant with its vast glass roof make the Park Hyatt a unique place in Paris. The renowned and respected chef Jean-François Rouquette mans the helm of this restaurant popular with the neighborhood’s jewelers. The new summer menu, served on the hotel terrace, is light and balanced. Typical dishes include chicken supreme with a Thai bouillon with lemongrass and coconut milk or a delicate pan-fried bass with spinach shoots. In the evening, Jean-François Rouquette brings his magic touch to the kitchens of Pur’, a Michelin-starred restaurant popular with lovers of inventive fine dining. At any time of day, the glamorous international clientele enjoys the Bar watched over by head barman Yann Daniel and his team of mixology artists. If the Park Hyatt is one of their favorite hotels, it’s also because of the contemporary styling of its 153 bedrooms including 43 suites designed by Ed Tuttle, which are a haven of peace and comfort in this busy neighborhood. The hotel’s other must is its luxurious Spa. An ideal place to enjoy a unique moment of relaxation and well-being in Paris, this spa offers exceptional treatments from Crème de la Mer and tailor-made remodelage from Martine de Richeville. Another Park Hyatt touch is Suite 101 – a unique place where John Nollet, hairdresser to the stars, puts his skills at the service of the hotel’s guests. Suite 601, dedicated to colorful nails, has been entrusted to French manicure specialist Kure Bazaar. On that score, the Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme is never short of ideas and has become a past master at offering customers personalized services in the true palace-hotel spirit.