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The Grand Mazarin, “boldly offbeat”

The family-owned collection of five-star hotels, Maisons Pariente, has expanded its luxurious offerings this last June. Following the success of their hotels in Saint-Tropez, Crillon-le-Brave (in Vaucluse), and Méribel, it is now Paris’s turn to welcome a new property, The Grand Mazarin, which is poised to “embody the quintessence of the spirit” of the esteemed group. The hotel will seamlessly integrate into its exceptional surroundings at the heart of the Marais, offering a “subtle blend of elegance and generous simplicity”, where visitors can feel “right at home” – but better! Drawing inspiration from the literary salons of yesteryear, renowned Swedish architect Martin Brudnizki has reimagined French classicism in a “boldly offbeat” manner throughout the hotel’s sixty-one rooms and suites, as well as in the bar, restaurant (entrusted to Israeli Michelin- starred chef Assaf Granit), terrace, an – a rare privilege in the French capital – the hotel’s swimming pool. The Grand Mazarin promises to enchant guests with its sophisticated ambiance and unparalleled attention to detail, serving as a haven of luxury and an exquisite retreat amidst the bustling Parisian cityscape.

Opening scheduled for early September 2023.

Le Grand Mazarin

17, rue de la Verrière, 75004 Paris www.legrandmazarin.com/
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