Designed to feel like typical Parisian apartments, the thirty-two rooms and five suites are rather roomy, ranging from 20 sq.m to 47 sq.m. With its terrace and vast living area, the Suite Saint-Roch is like a private residence. For the ultimate in wellbeing, suites have a private steam room where you can relax in total privacy. Mirrors framed with precious wood make the rooms feel even bigger and refract the lighting by Sarah Lavoine. The bedroom windows are attired with warm-colored velvet drapes to softly filter the Parisian light.
The latest electronic devices – including touch tablets – are available for the use of guests. Her signature style continues at the Roch restaurant, now one of the most prized in the capital. The creative menu created by new Executive Chef Rémy Bererd, who was the former sous-chef at the famous Tour d’Argent restaurant, gives pride to locally sourced quality vegetables and the finest ingredients.
This summer under the shades of the peaceful hotel terrace are served inventive cocktails and delicious ice creams too! Very precious in a bustling city like Paris, Le Roch Hôtel & Spa’s wellness area is a little haven of peace and quiet. Thronging with natural light, this pool is unique in Paris with a steam room accessible by swimming through a waterfall. Partnered with custom cosmetics brand Codage, Le Roch Hôtel & Spa offers a unique selection of treatments, with care protocols specially adapted to your skin type, so you’re sure to leave feeling beautiful and relaxed. With such a range of services and resources on offer, Le Roch Hôtel & Spa captures the very best of Paris.