Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme has unveiled the first stage of its multi million-dollar renovation, including brand new rooms and suites. The renovation has been overseen by Ed Tuttle, who conceived the original design of the hotel.
The sophisticated contemporary design has been maintained while adding utmost comfort through state-of-the-art technology: individually controlled air-conditioning, brighter lighting, control panels for DND, lights & blinds as well as a LCD HD television. The enhanced airy feel has been achieved not only through lighting but also through a large floor to ceiling mirror covering an entire wall, a long black solid mirror desk and white high-thread bed linen.
Speaking about the renovation, General Manager Claudio Cecherelli said: ´Its luxurious and refined elegance made it a timeless space, one that will never go out of style, that stays true to the philosophy of the palace of being cozy, where clients can feel at home. All this is achieved through select and precious materials, produced exclusively for the hotel – carpeting by Tai Ping, Jim Thompson fabrics, Paris stone, gold, wood from the Opera – rather than extravagant decorations.´ He added: ´We have changed it all, but that changes nothing. Our loyal clients may not even notice the change, as the comfortable, intimate ambiance they love remains the same´.
One of the finest luxury hotels in Paris, Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme was designated in 2010 Palace status, the highest luxury hotel ranking by the French Ministry of Tourism. The hotel boasts a gastronomic one Michelin star restaurant, Le Pur’Grill by Jean-François Rouquette and Les Orchidées, the all-day dining under a unique see-through glass ceiling (also recently renovated).
The completely renovated signature suites of the hotel will be unveiled early this Summer. The renovation will also include the fitness room which will be enlarged.
A video preview of the renovated Deluxe Room can be accessed here.
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