Le Royal Monceau-Raffles Paris The arty Palace hotel

Designed by Philippe Starck to create an artistic atmosphere, this trendy palace is like no other. It features spectacular apartments, a breathtaking spa, three restaurants including a culinary experience from famous chef Nobu Matsuhisa and a summer terrace.

Le Royal Monceau-Raffles Paris has been reinvented and redesigned as a glamorous and luxury hotel. Since the reopening in 2010, after colossal renovations and a spectacular transformation by Philippe Starck, this legendary hotel (that has been hoqqqqme to the likes of Joseph Kessel, Walt Disney, and more recently Céline Dion), located just steps from the Arc de Triomphe, shook up the rather classic world of Parisian luxury hotels.


Le Royal Monceau-Raffles Paris

37 Avenue Hoche, 75008, Paris Phone : +33 (0)1 42 99 88 00
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Art is everywhere at Le Royal Monceau: the hotel’s gallery Art District presents shows and art installations all year round whereas The Art Concierge guides and advises guests on current art news and devises tailor-made plans. The 7th art is part of the Royal Monceau spirit with the unique Katara movie theater, where comfortably seated, guests could watch a movie every Saturday and Sunday nights!

Art and design are brought to the rooms and to the five-story hôtel particulier located at 41 avenue Hoche which houses several suites, including three presidential suites. The largest of these apartment-suites boasts a Turkish bath, fitness room with personal trainer and a highly elaborate home cinema and a direct access to the 1,500 sq.m “My Blend” by Clarins Spa.

More than a hotel, it is a residence in the full sense of the word, where everything is devoted to caring for guests who discuss their tastes with the Chef to determine what they want for lunch or dinner. True luxury lies in total freedom, in the power to fulfill one’s imagination. It’s clear that Le Royal Monceau-Raffles Paris meets this high demand for excellence.

Le Royal Monceau luxury parisian hotel
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