Sumptuous Philippe Starck style gives this historic Parisian hotel a modern edge.
A Paris institution since opening in 1928, Le Royal Monceau has been reimagined into a 21st-century celebration of art de vivre. Dignitaries and celebrities have long appreciated the hotel’s spacious rooms and luxurious amenities, which now include in-room acoustic guitars and art books, as well as high-tech gadgets such as mirror TVs. Acclaimed designer Philippe Starck used the 1940s and ‘50s as the base to shape the guest rooms, but their striking overall style cannot be pigeonholed. Each of the 149 accommodations also gives a nod to the city’s creative heritage, although you’ll find no artists starving in garrets here. Instead, rooms range from cozy studios with coveted courtyard views to the masterpiece Royal Monceau Suite, with a fully equipped kitchen and hammam shower.
House restaurant Matsuhisa Paris showcases Peruvian-Japanese cuisine from chef Nobu Matsuhisa. In addition, Il Carpaccio serves upscale Italian fare, La Cuisine offers breakfast and brunch and Le Long Bar pays tribute to the 1930s. The Spa My Blend by Clarins was also designed by Starck and features a 28-meter swimming pool. Among the hotel's unique meeting, conference and event venues are the fully equipped Junket Room for press junkets, the Katara Cinema and an art gallery for cocktail gatherings. Meeting and boardrooms are modern in style, and business amenities range from dedicated meeting planners and AV equipment teams to Executive Rooms with spacious desks and 24-hour in-room dining.
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