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The Mandarin Oriental Paris: The Suite Life

Luxury radiates at this stylish hotel on the rue Saint-Honoré

Rue Saint-Honore is one of Paris\’ most fashionable streets, a must-see site for both history buffs and serious shoppers.
Located on rue Saint-Honoré, one of Paris‘ most fashionable streets and only blocks from the Tuileries Gardens and the Louvre Museum, the Mandarin Oriental Paris perfectly blends Parisian history with Mandarin’s sophisticated flair for design – a mix of French art deco style with edgy refinement. Fashion photography, Swarovski crystals, and lush fabrics reflect its lux surroundings.

Luxury First Class: Hotel Highlights
Its swanky location notwithstanding, the Mandarin Oriental Paris showcases exceptional amenities. The hotel features two restaurants: Sur Mesure par Thierry Marx, which serves haute extraordinaire “techno-emotional” dishes in an airy setting draped in white fabric; and Camélia, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus in a stone-floored, light-filled space. The executive chef, Thierry Marx, holder of two Michelin stars since 1999, mixes French tradition with Asian influences to create his cuisine. Rounding out these appetizing spots are a Cake Shop and Bar 8, which serves cocktails and snacks.

Also on site is a world-class spa and wellness center, which includes single treatment suites, couple suites, a 14-meter lap pool, a state-of-the-art fitness center, and an oriental herbal steam room.

Swanky Digs: In-Room Styles

With dark woods, chrome, silks, and taffetas, all the 99 rooms and 39 suites in Mandarin Oriental truly make guests feel like superstars. The high-tech features are equally stylish and impressive, with glowing mirrors, customizable lighting options, and bathtub televisions. Guest can choose from two styles of suites – Duplex Suites and Couture Suites, many of which have private balconies.

For a spurge, book the hotel’s grandest suite, the Suite Royale Mandarin, which encompasses more than 3,760 square feet on two levels. The suite features a living room with terrace, a dining room with a bar, an office and a steam bath. With a 360-degree view from the terrace, you can sit back and enjoy stunning views of the Garnier Opera, the Grand Palais, and the Eiffel Tower.

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