The subtle luxury of refined simplicity, uncluttered and unpretentious. Experience a reassuring sense of privacy, the luxury of an attentive, discreet staff.
Here, 19th century Parisian chic is expressed in a refined manner throughout this 40 m2 room with a view of the leafy patio. Herringbone parquet, damascene brocade fabrics and pastel hues combine to create a soft atmosphere that can be altered depending on the mood using the interactive tablet provided. The bathroom, made entirely of Carrara marble and bathed in natural light, has a bath, an Italian shower and a double basin.Book Now
All the refinement of Belle Epoque Paris is skillfully revealed in this 45 m2 room with a view of the leafy patio. Pastel or stronger shades, herringbone parquet and shimmering damascene brocade fabrics all combine to create a luminous atmosphere that can be altered at will in the evening using the interactive tablet. The spacious bathroom made entirely of Carrara marble has a double basin and a bathtub as well as an Italian shower.Book Now
Each Junior Suite has its own charm, its own personality. Some overlook the Rue du Cirque, radiant in the early morning light… Others have their own outside balcony, for the simple pleasure of watching Paris go by. All exude a certain sophisticated “je ne sais quoi”, which seems to be the hallmark of the Parisian art of living. Black and white family photos of the owner’s family welcome you alongside contemporary art, antique bronze sculptures sourced from all over France… In this serene, elegant atmosphere, life in Paris appears so sweet that it’s sometimes hard to leave this home from home!Book Now
It features ample volumes and a generous 50sqmfloor area offering a perfect combination of comfort and elegance. But this suite has more than that… The treasure that makes it really unique is its wonderful private terrace with a view of the French patio just below. The ultimate privilege in the middle of Paris! A secret place over-flowing with greenery, hidden from prying eyes thanks to carefully grown hedges. The perfect place to have breakfast in summer or enjoy the pleasure of a glass of champagne for two, comfortably settled in the armchairs overlooking the classic architecture of a magnificent Parisian inner courtyard.Book Now
What a view from the fifth floor! Firstly, the Elysée gardens stretch out at your feet; facing you is the glass roof of the Grand Palais that is equally magnificent by day or by night; and a little higher still, Her Majesty the Eiffel Tower. Paris is yours for the taking viewed from here, a privileged vantage point to feel the pulse of the capital beating like nowhere else. If you manage to drag your gaze away from the view, you can nestle into one of the velvet sofas to admire the countless details of the ornate interior design. From the herringbone-pattern wooden flooring to the damascene brocade hangings, French expertise deploys the full breadth of its talent. Scattered here and there, precious pieces of period furniture rub shoulders with colorful abstract paintings creating an inimitably chic effect.Book Now
The natural light flooding this suite magnifies its magnificent volumes thanks to remarkably high ceilings typical of the first floors of Haussmann-style urban mansions. Time appears to stand still in this atmosphere pervaded by a sense of serene tranquility. The inviting velvet sofas, the silky touch of the damascene brocade hangings and the plush carpeting are an invitation to enjoy gentle living at a very different pace. Scattered here and there are gilded bronze sculptures or a few antique curios, as well as artbooks to be leafed through after exploring the resources of the private bar brimming with French vineyard treasures.Book Now
The first privilege is that they all look out onto the Cirque road and the views on the Grand Palais playing hide and seek through the greenery. The pretty balcony with its sculpted balustrade is a perfect place to revel in the panoramic views at any time of day – and of course night, when the City of Light twinkles as far as the eye can see. In fine weather, you can also savor an unforgettable breakfast perched on this observatory that gives the distinct feeling that Paris is yours for the taking. The spacious interiors pay tribute to the best of French decorative arts, with dark wood gilt-accented Napoleonic-style furniture, cozy velvet-covered settees, objets d’art sourced from the finest Parisian antique dealers… A whole atmosphere brimming with history so that you can in turn write your own, that of a fairytale stay in the French capital.Book Now
The first asset is that they all look out onto the Avenue Gabriel and the views that all lovers of Paris know by heart: the Eiffel Tower soaring above its surroundings, the Grand Palais playing hide and seek through the greenery… The pretty balcony with its sculpted balustrade is a perfect place to revel in the panoramic views at any time of day – and of course night, when the City of Light shines as far as the eye can see. In fine weather, you can also savor an unforgettable breakfast perched on this observatory that gives the feeling that Paris is yours for the taking. The spacious interiors pay tribute to the best of French decorative arts, with dark wood gilt-accented Napoleonic-style furniture, cozy velvet-covered settees, objets d’art sourced from the finest Parisian antique dealers… A whole atmosphere brimming with history so that you can write your own, that of a fairytale stay in the French capital.Book Now
A cozy fireside experience of Paris… Happy moments to be enjoyed serenely here, nestled on the taupe velvet sofa while admiring the marble fireplace, a unique privilege. Directly opposite, the majestic trees of the Avenue Gabriel provide tantalizing glimpses of the glass roof of the Grand Palais, depending on the season. Before the joyfully leaping flames, afternoon tea is more delicious than ever, although the chef’s pastries are a treat for sweet-toothed guests in both summer and winter! Designed like an authentic apartment, the generously sized suite features exceptionally high ceilings. Matt black-lacquered beechwood furniture, some of them gilded, velvet-clad lampshades, rare pieces sourced from the finest Parisian antique dealers, contemporary works of art bearing prestigious names: the decor tells a story in each and every detail. A hidden door leading from the bedroom to the entrance even permits an incognito exit, just like in novels…Book Now
Even though the Marigny theatre is very close by, the real show is here: each suite is an amazing stage where Parisian life is played out in a perpetually elegant manner. The opulent velvet clothing the interiors may be interpreted as a nod to the classic decor of the capital’s great cultural venues. From the upper floors, referred to in theatre jargon as “paradise”, you enjoy a perfect vantage point from which to appreciate the repertoire of the finest Parisian landmarks: the Eiffel Tower, the Grand Palais glass roof, the spires of Notre-Dame in the distance… A legendary view to be admired from every angle afforded by the various windows and balconies dotted along the façade. The floor below houses a library filled with leather-bound tomes and a Louis XV desk, inherited from centuries of refinement and culture. Paris playing its finest role and its greatest performance.Book Now
The splendid decor is pervaded with the spirit of the Emperor Napoleon, first and foremost thanks to the period furniture celebrating the Empire style in all its magnificence through pieces adorned with black lacquer, gold filigree work and precious inlays, along with damascene silk brocaded hangings graced with medallion motifs. Above and beyond the style itself, hints of imperial Paris can also be glimpsed on the other side of the Seine, with the gold dome of the Invalides housing the tomb of Napoleon. From the fifth floor, the delightful private balcony affords a chance to admire at leisure Eiffel Tower, the glass roof of the Grand Palais and the steeple of Notre-Dame, as the great Parisian classic landmarks steal the show from Napoleonic monuments…Book Now
On the fifth and top floor, Paris becomes simply magical from the many windows and balconies of this exceptional suite, offering plunging views over the Nave of the Grand Palais, the gilded sculptures of the Alexandre III bridge and the soaring silhouette of the Eiffel Tower. The huge lounges set the “tone” for this exceptional place. The herringbone-patterned wooden flooring echoes the ornate moldings on the ceiling, itself decked out in bespoke wallpapering in the grand tradition of the French decorative arts. Each trinket, each antique, each piece of period furniture exalts this magnificent historical heritage. To enable guests to savor the French art of living as true aesthetes, the suite has two private bars stocked with exceptional vintages… A unique experience that more than ever justifies the title of the famous song “Paris, c’est magnifique”.Book Now
Like the emblematic monument after which it is named, the Grand Palais suite embodies the art of living on a grand scale that is so very rare in Paris. As soon as guests cross the threshold, they immediately find themselves in an extremely beautiful Parisian apartment from the Belle Epoque: an age when there was no stinting on square meters nor on volumes, which are truly extraordinary here. In 1900, the Grand Palais had been built to magnify “French art” at the World’s Fair. Today, this suite also pays tribute to a proud French heritage, with its authentic Napoleon III furniture, its antiques lovingly collected over the years, as well as its historical or contemporary works bridging the centuries. Playing the role of guest star, the Eiffel Tower may be admired from the balcony, as can the majestic glass roof of the Grand Palais. As soon as night falls, the magnificently illuminated monument puts on a show of which one never tires.Book Now
Awarded two Michelin stars after just one year in operation, Le Gabriel has made a majestic entrance onto the Parisian gastronomy scene and found its place at the peak of the capital’s demanding gourmet culture. Within the prestigious Napoleon III style interior design created by Jacques Garcia, Jérôme Banctel offers virtuoso interpretations of a magnificent culinary ‘score’.
Forget the weather, stress, fatigue and even what time it is… finally let go and recharge your batteries with vital energy in an intimate place, sheltered from the hustle and bustle outside.
Set around the 16-meter indoor pool are just three treatment rooms, a fitness area with a sports coach, creating a peaceful atmosphere where one is finally relieved of pressure and can succumb to a complete disconnect from the daily grind.Book Now