Set in one of Paris's most historic spaces, Hôtel de Crillon has always attracted the rich and famous and re-opened in 2017 to high-fashion acclaim...

Hôtel de Crillon, Paris

The British Vogue team refer to Hôtel de Crillon as their ‘home away from home’ during Paris Fashion Week. Overlooking the Place de la Concorde, its central position is as legendary as perfectly proportioned, Neoclassical architecture which has attracted the rich and famous throughout history, from Peggy Guggenheim to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle or Andy Warhol. Commissioned by King Louis XV in 1758, and the work of the greatest architect of his day, Jacques-Ange Gabriel, its now a Rosewood hotel- who just reopened the property in July 2017 after an extensive four year renovation. Karl Lagerfeld-designed the hotel’s Grand Appartements, while a small army of master craftsmen, artisans and designers went to work transforming and conserving every inch of the sacred property- most of which is a classified heritage landmark. The result is a sublime rebirth of a Parisian icon with rich, exuberant touches everywhere- from the amethyst chandeliers to gold and crystal Baccarat decanters. There’s a whimsical courtyard, 10 signature suites that are the crown jewels of the renovation (the Marie-Antoinette suite is girl heaven- think pearl-gray décor and blush pink accessories everywhere) and uber-trendy restaurant L”Ecrin , which sits only 22 guests in an intimate 18th century style room and serves food by young Michelin starred chef Christopher Hache.

HISTORY: Originally built in 1758
ROOMS: 78 rooms, 36 suites and 10 signature suite
RESTAURANTS: L”Ecrin, a Michelin starred chef in luxury surroundings, Brasserie d”Aumont, perfect for relaxed French cuisine & Jardin d”Hiver with tea, champagne and pastries.
FACILITIES: Hair Salon by David Lucas (Paris’s star coiffeur), beard trimming at Barber by La Barbière de Paris, a swimming pool, fitness studio and Rosewood spa.

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