From its international portfolio of 27 hotels, Paris is probably the most awaited and anticipated opening for Hong Kong based luxury hotel chain MANDARIN ORIENTAL. Consistent with its contemporary elegant architectural DNA, Mandarin Oriental, Paris embodies all the key features to secure a spot among the top luxury Parisian hotels: perfect location in central Paris, on fashionable St Honore, the heart of Parisian luxury fashion / the largest green space among any luxury hotel in Paris / large rooms and suites defined by comfort and functionality, utilizing the latest state of the art technologies / fine dining restaurant by Michelin starred chef / luxury SPA with innovative treatments and impeccable facilities / contemporary artwork pieces by renowned French artists.
Behind the facade of a 50s simple facade, the hotel impresses with its large and airy spaces, flooded by natural light as well as its unique 455 sqm garden with an exhuberant collection of flowers ranging from camellias, magnolias and cyprus. White trees and a cascade of green over the seven floors of balconies make the most peaceful setting, the hotel priding itself for the most quiet city rooms, soundproofing ensuring a noise level unde 40 decibels.
The luxurious SPA at the Mandarin Oriental, Paris is introducing several unique treatments in a lavish decor, totalling 900 sqm. One of the special treatments is Hu Tieh Quan, a remodelling body treatment consistent of a hot ginger wrap with tonifying mandarins. Aromatherapy Associates have teamed up with the SPA to offer a wide selection of body treatments and massages, while Guerlain is providing the Mandarin Oriental SPA with an exclusive array of products for luxurious facials.
Mandarin Oriental, Paris’ array of sophisticated levels of ecology have earned the HQE (Haute Qualite Environnementale) certification, being the first hotel in Paris to obtain this highly exigent certification. The suites which are located on the hotel’s top floor can be connected, creating the largest luxury suite in Paris, with over 1.000 sqm.
The hotel’s architecture is signed by famed French architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte, while interiors have been created by French interior designer Sybille de Margerie who described the Mandarin Oriental, Paris as a ”a luxury, welcoming hotel, both romantic and exotic” adorned with works of art by Ali Madhavi (photography),Thierry Bisch (paintings) and Nathalie Decoster (sculptures).
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