Passing through the doors, we admire the floor enhanced by brass strips, which leads to a huge marble sculpture of Guy de Rougemont under a magnificent glazed ceiling. Behind that work of art, looking out onto a beautiful shaded patio is the restaurant, Le Baudelaire, one of finest Michelin-starred establishments in the City of Lights. Chef Guillaume Goupil has conquered the hearts of Parisians with his apt, creative, gourmet cuisine. His dishes are enhanced by an excellent wine list that reflects all the treasures of France’s winegrowing regions, together with a list of mineral waters from all over the world.
Prized for its cocktails, the hotel bar is due to reveal the results of a revitalizing makeover in September. Parisians who spend time in this district famous for its luxury brands will be able to enjoy the bar’s original, signature cocktails in a new setting. Very unusually for a 5-star hotel in Paris, Le Burgundy is also the perfect place to relax. It has a 250 sq.m. spa with a pool 15 meters in length. Partnered by the Sothys cosmetics brand, the spa has become a great attraction in itself, prized for its quality of service and quiet atmosphere, the ideal antidote to its patrons’ everyday stress. In short, Le Burgundy is a hotel apart, a secret confided only to close friends, so keen are those in the know to keep it a secret and consequently preserve its discreet luxury and gracious atmosphere.