Interior designer Didier Gomez, who has worked with Louis Vuitton, Dior and Kenzo, has taken inspiration from neighbouring high fashion houses in the Saint-Honoré district to model the hotel’s new look on a Parisian couture house.
In addition to two new flexible meeting rooms accommodating up to 50 people for seminars, conferences or showrooms, other facilities at the 147-room property include a bar, library and spa.
Triple Michelin-starred chef Yannick Alleno has designed the menu at the hotel’s new restaurant, STAY, which features a communal sharing table and a pastry library showcasing the chef’s best-kept secrets.
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