Hôtel de Crillon, the famous Paris hotel overlooking Place de la Concorde, has reopened its iconic doors after undergoing an extensive $200 million four-year restoration. Dating back to the 18th century, this historic palace has stood through the reigns of two French kings, the French Revolution, the rise and fall of the Napoleonic Empire and the birth of the League of Nations.
Today, the hotel emerges as an elegant expression of the spirit of Paris and a celebration of the French art de vivre, which emanates throughout the 124 luxurious guestrooms and suites; four exquisite restaurants; Sense, A Rosewood Spa; a masterfully created swimming pool; three sophisticated heritage landmark salons for meetings and functions to name a few.
With its perfectly proportioned, Neoclassical façade and architecture, the hotel was designed to captivate. Under the guidance of renowned architect Richard Martinet, the artistic director Aline d’Amman and a team of hand-picked Paris-based decorators have created a rich tapestry of sophisticated interiors. The acclaimed designer and 18th century admirer, Karl Lagerfeld also brought his vision of French chic and modernity to the restoration, as he decorated two stunning suites appropriately named, “Les Grands Appartements”.
Among the finest accommodations in Paris, the 10 signature suites are truly the grand jewel of Hôtel de Crillon. One of the most notable, The Louis XV suite boasts a stunning private terrace with exceptional views of the Eiffel Tower and Grand Palais.
Distinctly reborn with a fresh and modern twist as a luxury hotel for 21st century travellers, Hôtel de Crillon has secured its iconic status as a one-of-a-kind property. It radiates fine French contemporary lifestyle, timeless yet with an edge, not only in its design, but in cuisine, art and service.