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