This glamorous landmark blends the sophistication of an earlier era with decadence fit for the 20th century.
Undeniably one of the most elegant hotels in the world, Hôtel de Crillon is housed on the Place de la Concorde, in a legendary building commissioned by Louis XV in 1758. This landmark was transformed into one of the city's most prestigious hotels in 1909, and in the 21st century, a stunning, four-year renovation established it as a model of luxury hotel conservation.
Even the smallest of guest rooms measures in at a generous 340 square feet. Room décor matches that of the public spaces, with soft, pearled tones creating a sumptuous atmosphere. Amenities include 48- to 55-inch flat-screen TVs and second TVs in the bathrooms, French pillows and duvets from Drouault, Bluetooth sound systems, Nespresso coffee machines and separate walk-in rain showers and baths. Among the extravagant suites are three Ateliers d'Artistes, capturing an urban loft apartment mood; a pair of Les Grands Appartements, designed by Karl Lagerfield, whose original photography adorns the walls; and the Suite Marie-Antoinette, in the space where the young queen once took piano lessons.
Tucked into the hotel like a well-kept secret, L’Ecrin serves creative, globally influenced gastronomic cuisine from executive chef Christopher Hache, who also worked with artisans worldwide to craft the bespoke china and silverware. Brasserie d’Aumont offers a more classic experience with chef Justin Schmitt at the helm, and Jardin d’Hiver serves gorgeous desserts from chef Jérôme Chaucesse. In addition, Les Ambassadeurs is an iconic lounge, blending tasteful modern furnishings with original, opulent architecture.
The hotel's many highlights include Sense, A Rosewood Spa, which presents a wealth of unique experiences influenced by French and Asian traditions. Guests will also find the Hair Salon by David Lucas, The Barber by La Barbière de Paris (for men), a 24-hour business center, a fitness studio, Clefs d’Or concierge service and a striking indoor pool adorned with a mosaic of 17,600 gold scales. Rosewood's signature Rose Buds program meets the needs of young guests with special menus and activities, and for weddings, Hôtel de Crillon is a quintessential a fairy-tale setting. Upscale meetings and conferences are accommodated with terraces, a boardroom, a private wine cellar and three salons that include Salon Marie-Antoinette looking out on the Eiffel Tower and Grand Palais.
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