In addition, the most prestigious suites assume and defend this lineage, paying tribute to the leading protagonists of a certain offbeat art of living. With its 120 sq. meter, the Imperial Suite would have match the Emperor lifestyle! Situated on the seventh floor of the hotel, the suite has an impressive terrace with a view of the city’s rooftops with a background of the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe and the Sacré Cœur. Infused with a contemporary style, the decoration and furniture embody charm and elegance. The refined fabrics are signed Nobilis, Pierre Frey, Lelièvre, and Osborne & Little which are the quintessence of sophistication and harmony.
With its own dining room linked to the living room and up to two connecting rooms, the Imperial Suite is the place to host private cocktails or meetings for up to twenty guests. Smaller but measuring 75 sq. meters all the same, the Josephine Suite salutes the memory of Josephine Baker. The Emperor would doubtless have appreciated the allusion to his era embodied by the Bivouac Café – the hotel’s restaurant – symbolizing the resting place of modern warriors in a cosy atmosphere. With its terrace on the avenue de Friedland, the Bivouac Café is a magical treat for a gourmet lunch but also for teatime and cocktails after shopping on the nearby Champs-Élysées avenue. All these magical and enchanting moments offered by the Hôtel Napoléon are an invitation to enjoy the “imperial lifestyle” so beloved by the Parisians. Start your day in great shape or escape to a peaceful atmosphere and comfort in the Fitness Club of the Hôtel Napoleon. Burn out your extra energy on the seventh and last floor of the hotel and offers an amazing view over the rooftops of Paris.