Meliá Paris La Défense hotel to open next month

Meliá Paris La Défense will become the French capital's largest four-star hotel in a decade when it opens in March.

Meliá Paris La Défense hotel
Meliá Paris La Défense hotel

Located in the heart of La Défense, Paris' main business district, the property has been constructed in the shape of a boat's sail under the stewardship of Jean-Philippe Nuel, the renowned French designer who was also responsible for Molitor Paris by MGallery.

The hotel features 369 rooms, including 29 suites, distributed across 18 floors. On the 19th floor the Skyline Paris Lounge & Bar will provide views of the city's skyline, while two restaurants – Le Miroir and The Place – will serve Spanish and international cuisine respectively.

For events, there is 850sqm of flexible event space and eight conference rooms with wi-fi and high-tech A/V equipement, which can accommodate up to 400 people.

A 24-hour fitness centre, also boasting a 19th floor vantage point, is also included.

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