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Hôtel de Crillon, a rosewood hotel

The return of a fabled palace hotel A Paris institution, the Hôtel de Crillon, part of the Rosewood Hotels & Resorts collection, reopened in summer 2017, after a four-year renovation project. With its stylish private mansion feel, it’s bound to win the hearts of visitors from near and far. This summer, the palace hotel is offering two of its inner courtyards for drinks and meals in soothing, sophisticated surroundings.

Opposite the place de la Concorde and its stately fountains, the Hôtel de Crillon is the work of Louis XV’s most celebrated architect – Ange-Jacques Gabriel. Managed by Rosewood Hotels & Resorts, like the Carlyle Hotel in New York, the Hôtel de Crillon has been transformed into a luxury 21st century hotel that draws on its rich and fascinating history. Under the creative direction of Aline Asmar d’Amman, the architect Richard Martinet and the four interior designers – Tristan Auer, Chahan Minassian, Cyril Vergniol and “Culture in Architecture” – have created a space for living that has a chic, residential feel.

 

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Hôtel de Crillon

10, place de la Concorde, Paris 8th Phone : +33(0)1 44 71 15 00 www.rosewoodhotels.com/fr/hotel-de-crillon
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Offering the ultimate in comfort, the 78 rooms, the 36 suites and 10 Signature suites, two of which were decorated by Karl Lagerfeld, are adorned with art books and antiques. The Ambassadeurs dining room, famous for its sumptuous décor, is now home to the hotel bar where you’re invited to enjoy a drink or meal at any time of day. The hotel also boasts two new restaurants with menus by Chef Christopher Hache: L’Ecrin for fine dining, and the Brasserie d’Aumont serving classic French bistro fare with a contemporary twist in a warm, friendly and typically Parisian atmosphere. This popular, lively restaurant is the domain of chef Justin Schmitt, who certainly seems to have won over Parisian hearts.

This summer, in the Cour d’Honneur, you can choose from the restaurant menu or a selection of seafood at the “crudo bar”. You’re also invited to savor exclusive cocktails or light meals to share in the Cour Gabriel as you make the most of the mild summer evenings. But the Crillon offers more than impeccable palace hotel service. It now sports a spectacular spa with a swimming pool scooped out during the renovation works to create an elegant aquatic lounge decorated with a mural by ceramic artist Peter Lane. Popular with Parisians, within the space of just a few short months, the spa has become one of their favorite relaxation spots. Visitors from around the world are guaranteed to fall under the cozy and chic spell of one of the capital’s most fabled hotels.

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