Mandarin Oriental An urban resort

Designed by the most famous names in French design, this contemporary palace is blessed by the brilliant and innovative cuisine of Thierry Marx, its sublime spa with a swimming pool and a unique location right in the heart of the fashion district.

Mandarin Oriental hotels are famous for their refinement and meticulous service. Whether in Asia or at Mandarin Oriental Paris, guests are always guaranteed total peace of mind. On the exhilarating rue Saint-Honoré, the epicenter of Paris fashion, this palace hotel of a very different kind awaits you behind a listed Art Deco façade. After passing through a marble entrance encrusted with Swarovski crystals, visitors enter a heaven of peace. The hotel is organized around a modern-style courtyard with shady trees. This urban oasis hosts the Camelia restaurant terrace when weather permits and even fashion shows during the Paris fashion week.

Featuring 138 rooms and suites, the hotel was designed by a dream team of French designers: Jean-Michel Wilmotte, Sybille de Margerie and the Jouin-Manku agency. Here, the service lives up to even the most demanding standards and luxury is synonymous with pleasure, delight and harmony. Alongside the cozy, graceful bedrooms, the seven duplex suites that occupy the seventh and eighth floors – including the 350 sq. m Royale Mandarin and the 407 sq.m. J’aime Paris penthouse – are oases of tranquility. The 162 sq.m. Royale Orientale suite, spread over two levels, is a bold blend of Parisian chic and Oriental beauty.


Mandarin Oriental

251 Rue Saint Honoré, 75001, Paris Phone : +33 1 70 98 78 88
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The lower level comprises a living room and dining room although a sumptuous ebony staircase decorated with flowers and sculpted butterflies leads to the bedroom and bathroom. From here, guests can step out onto the leafy private 75 sq.m. terrace. At the Mandarin Oriental, Paris, Executive Chef Thierry Marx, known for his love for Asia and the healthy, balanced lifestyle, presents a new approach to French gastronomy. Drawing on Oriental influences, he has created an inventive menu for the Camelia and a genuine culinary experience at the Sur Mesure par Thierry Marx, awarded two stars by the Michelin Guide and a healthy food menu at l’Honoré.

This summer, a partnership with the Tanqueray gin brand takes place in the hotel courtyard with a new cocktail list and a spectacular vegetal artistic installation. Designed by Christophe Gautrand this Red Garden will be part of the Paris Design Week (Sept 8-16). Well-being is very much part of the hotel’s philosophy. As an ideal break from the hustle and bustle of Parisian life, the Mandarin Oriental, Paris’s 900 sq. m. spa is one of the many highlights of this new-generation luxury hotel where Parisians and guests can enjoy a holistic approach to fitness or a swim in its 14-meter pool. There, a spa suite by Guerlain is dedicated to the cosmetic brand know-how with a new range of high end products and tailored made treatments. Who would have thought that a luxury hotel in the heart of the City of Light could offer so many delights!

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