Recently renovated, the century-old Plaza Athénée is looking fresher than ever. This legendary luxury offers a 3-Michelin-starred restaurant, the one and only Dior Institut in Paris and many services dedicated to families.
Situated on the majestic avenue Montaigne with its haute couture boutiques, the Plaza Athénée hotel has been the epicenter of the French art of living in the Triangle d’or for over a century. Recently renovated, this palace hotel, a member of Dorchester Collection, now looks more ravishing than ever. With its 154 rooms and 54 suites elegantly furnished by Marie-José Pommereau with embroidered fabrics and silks by prestigious names, the hotel continues to play host to international stars, business people and families who enjoy French luxury and impeccable service. The palace spirit is everywhere, including in the three-star restaurant, Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée, which enchants diners with its haute cuisine served amid a spectacular decor by the Jouin-Manku design agency. It’s also a unique place to enjoy a delicious brunch served every Saturday and Sunday. Another culinary institution, the Relais Plaza is a chic brasserie that attracts a distinguished avenue Montaigne crowd for lunch and dinner. Come fine weather, the Cour Jardin, a leafy oasis at the heart of the hotel, serves a Mediterranean menu created by Mathieu Emeraud. You can also enjoy teatime in La Galerie and cocktails in the hotel’s bar under the ceiling now adorned with scrolls of deep blue fabric. At the Plaza Athénée, children are treated like “Very Important Kids”. With dedicated dinner menus, toys and plush toys, they will enjoy the full Palace experience, especially in November and December with an ice-skating rink right in the heart of the hotel! While kids are having fun, parents will head to the enchanting Dior Institut. Renovated in 2016, the Dior Institut offers tailor-made treatments and a new manicure cabin for an ultimate luxury experience. With such a wide range of services, the Hôtel Plaza Athénée more than ever deserves its title as a “Haute Couture address”.