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MANDARIN ORIENTAL ♦ PARIS

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Description & Facilities

Mandarin Oriental, Paris is Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group's first address in France, at the heart of this fashion capital and with the Garnier Opera, Tuileries Gardens and the Louvre all close by. Mandarin Oriental, Paris is a modern hotel housed inside an historic Art Deco building that comes alive with unique character. Everything about this elegant hotel says ‘Paris’, from its sense of style to the immediate sense of belonging, and of luxury to be enjoyed. Comfort meets modern in a hotel that is infused with a subtle air of exoticism and romance, making every stay a singular experience.

The hotel brings together the foremost international names in architecture and design. The architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte has supervised renovation of the building, its facade and patio, in consultation with landscape design agency Neveux-Rouyer. Sybille de Margerie of SM Design imagined the interior design and decoration of the rooms, suites, Spa and public spaces while Agence Jouin-Manku lent its talent to the bar and restaurants.

Mandarin Oriental, Paris encompasses the essence of Paris, providing an oasis of gentle tranquillity, a cocoon of luxury and sensual delights.

 

138 rooms and suites that are among the most spacious in Paris :

All the rooms feature a panoramic window, and some have a terrace overlooking the indoor garden:

- 99 rooms

- 39 suites, all generously proportioned and bathed in light. They include seven Duplex suites on the 7th and 8th floors and a suite Royale Mandarin of 350 sq m.

 

Mandarin Oriental, Paris provides unparalleled business services that draw on the very latest technology, with flexible meeting spaces, all with daylight. On the first floor, a 70 square metre meeting room and three other rooms measuring an average 45 square metres. The sixth floor offers a vast terrace for hosting events. Catering is designed by Thierry Marx.

 

A 900 sq m Spa on 2 levels with stunning high ceilings and an indoor pool measuring 14 metres long by 4 metres wide.

7 Spa Suites circle the pool, including 3 double suites for couples. The Spa also features a steam room and a state-of-the-art fitness centre covering 119 square metres.

The Spa's highly-trained therapists deliver Mandarin Oriental and Guerlain Signature treatments within these soothing surroundings.

FOOD & DRINK

Starred restaurant

Lounge Bar

24 hours room service

2 Restaurants

1 Bar

Continental breakfast

American style breakfast

Vegetarian options

Gluten free bread on request

Children's menu

International cuisine

National cuisine

Outside bar

Two restaurants and a bar under Executive Chef and Director of    Food&Beverage Thierry Marx, and a Cake Shop:

Sur Mesure par Thierry Marx, a gourmet two Michelin-starred restaurant for 40 people; an intimate, haute couture setting beneath a light well.

Camélia, an all-day French restaurant, revisited by Thierry Marx, serving 60 people inside and 25 people in the hotel's indoor garden. 

Bar 8 with 49 seats inside and a further 25 in the indoor garden. 

A Cake Shop

IN-ROOM AMENITIES

Individually controlled air-conditionning

Flat screen TV

Video on demand

Wifi (high speed)

Phone with voice mail

Alarm Clocks

Electrical adapters available

Coffee / Tea making facilities

Bathrobes and slippers

High quality pillow

High quality bed

Hair dryer

Fridge / Minibar

Accessible bathroom (for disabled guests)

In room safe

Complimentary newspaper upon request

Yoga mat

Straightener

 

 


OTHER FACILITIES

Spa

Indoor pool

Fitness room

Hammam

24 hour concierge service

24 hour front desk

Porter / Bellman

Housekeeping

Meeting rooms

Meeting & catering facilities

Wifi

Courier service

Taxi services

Safety deposit box

Room / facilities for people with disabilities

Laundry

Newspapers

Restaurant reservations

Pets allowed

 


Hotel's best suite

Royale Mandarin Suite

Bathed in light, the 350 sq m Royale Mandarin Suite affords a stunning view of the city, including Montmartre, the Garnier Opera, the Grand Palais, the Louvre and of course the Eiffel Tower. Extending over two levels and two heights, this spectacular suite offers a unique experience. It comprises a sweeping living room with terrace, a dining room and bar, an office and a steam bath. Sybille de Margerie has decorated this suite in a harmony of gold, white, beige and plum, which she has accented with gilded oak, marble, lacquer, velvet and silk. The staircase in the living room forms a vertical sculpture of rounds and circles in guilloche metal.

 

Flowing lines, precious, sensual materials… every piece of furniture has been specially designed for the suite. Art is present in a triptych by Gérard Roveri in folded metal, redolent of a Chinese screen, a butterfly carafe by the artist Thierry Bisch, and flowers captured by the photographer Jean-Baptiste Huynh. In the bedroom, the bed is dressed with Man Ray's Neck, embroidered in silk by Lesage. The basin units in the vast white and gold bathroom, with its view of the Eiffel Tower, have been designed as travel trunks. Always a sensorial experience, bathing becomes a moment of emotion and refinement.

Gallery & video

Mandarin Oriental Paris

Location & surroundings

Paris, France

Paris is a capital with a rich heritage. It is a city of countless treasures, art and culture. There are over 150 museums in Paris including, of course, the Louvre, the most-visited museum in the world.

 

Paris is an invitation to the imagination, an ode to beauty. From ready-to-wear to haute couture, runway shows mark the new seasons and illuminate the windows of the most beautiful thoroughfares from avenue Montaigne to rue Saint-Honoré.

 

Paris loves to party. The city stays alive late into the night with an endless choice of entertainment.

 

Paris cultivates the art of living in all its forms. Gastronomy, shopping, culture and leisure offer countless temptations to discover, or rediscover, Paris.

Rue Saint-Honoré has been traced to the 13th century. It takes its name from the collegial Church of Saint-Honoré. Nearby are the Tuileries Gardens, Marché Saint-Honoré, and the world-famous Place Vendôme, museums and shopping streets.

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Mandarin Oriental Paris - Official Website


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