The ultra-luxurious Mandarin Oriental, Paris has made its long-awaited debut in the world’s fashion capital at 251 rue Saint-Honoré in the city’s first arrondissement.
Mandarin Oriental, Paris features an envious location with the Garnier Opera, the Louvre and the Tuileries Gardens all close by.
The original Art Deco façade of this luxury hotel has been beautifully complemented by chic, contemporary interiors, making this one of the most luxurious, glamorous, and truly Parisian experience in the city.
The hotel’s 138 luxurious rooms are some of the largest in Paris, providing elegance, comfort, space and light. The design combines Parisian sophistication, with art deco details and oriental touches.
The hotel has worked with the foremost international names in architecture and design. The architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte supervised renovation of the building, facade and patio. Sybille de Margerie imagined the interior design and decoration of the rooms, spa and public spaces, while Patrick Jouin and Sanjit Manku lent their talent to the bar and restaurants. The hotel’s vast indoor garden of oriental inspiration was created by Wilmotte and Associés, in association with the landscape artists François Neveux and Bernard Rouyer.
Dining facilities include two restaurants, a live cooking counter, a bar, Cake Shop and a Garden that offer a variety of settings and moods. Sur Mesure par Thierry Marx, a gourmet restaurant seating 44, is an intimate, light filled haute-couture cocoon. Open all day, Camelia serves authentic cuisine with seating for 70 people and a further 25 in the hotel’s indoor garden; specialities are prepared “live” at the Counter with seating for ten. Bar 8 seats 49 people inside and 25 in the garden. The Cake Shop serves delicious delicacies while the Garden Table welcomes six to eight guests for a unique dining experience.
Entirely devoted to well-being and relaxation, the Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Paris offers a holistic experience to promote complete mind-body harmony. At 900 square metres, this is one of the city’s largest hotel spas, offering exclusive Mandarin Oriental signature therapies, including holistic beauty treatments and massages. Open to guests and non-guests, the spa has seven private suites, all equipped for hydrotherapy and heat treatments, a large indoor pool and a fitness centre. Mandarin Oriental, Paris also has elegant facilities incorporating state-of-the-art technology for meetings and private events.
To celebrate the opening, rates start from EUR765 per night, inclusive of EUR300 credit per room or EUR500 credit per suite that can be redeemed at the hotel’s spa or restaurants.