Mandarin Oriental, Paris situated on the esteemed rue Saint-Honoré near Place Vendôme, is the city’s most vibrant hotel, where contemporary Parisian elegance blends with oriental refinement. Inspired by fashion and artistic creativity and underpinned by the brand’s legendary service, this Art-Deco-inspired luxury hotel celebrates the Paris of Today – and Tomorrow. The 96 elegant rooms and 39 spacious suites offer guests an exceptionally stylish Parisian experience with an homage to couture and a celebration of unique art. Located in the fashion heart of the city, the hotel’s most treasured asset is the lush inner garden providing sanctuary from the bustling city and a peaceful dining haven. A wide range of dining options are overseen by acclaimed Chef Thierry Marx, including the two-Michelin starred, fine-dining Sur Mesure; all-day dining Camélia; Cake Shop by Mandarin Oriental; chic cocktail bar and L’Honoré serving cuisine in the lobby alcoves. Finally, the Spa at Mandarin Oriental offers exceptional wellness and relaxation experiences, in a uniquely serene environment with signature Oriental-inspired treatments, an indoor pool and state-of-the-art fitness centre.
PRICE: Upon request
Location: 251, rue Saint Honoré, 75001, Paris
135 luxurious guestrooms
39 stunning suites with two and three bedroom configurations
Soundproofing and state-of-the-art technology in all rooms
Lushly landscaped indoor garden
An oasis of Oriental wellbeing, our tranquil spa offers expert treatments, world-class therapists and restorative facilities.
With a central location, excellent facilities and unbeatable service, we provide the perfect base for business travellers.
ROOMS & SUITES
A haven of tranquillity in the heart of the city, Mandarin Oriental, Paris offers 135 rooms and suites, including 7 Duplex Suites, an Oriental Penthouse Suite of 162 square metres, a Mandarin Penthouse Suite of 350 square metres and a Parisian Apartment of 430 square metres.
39 suites look onto the hotel’s indoor courtyard and landscaped garden, or directly onto rue Saint-Honoré, at the heart of Parisian luxury and fashion. Sybille de Margerie has given each room and suite a quintessential Parisian, haute couture style that is evident in the soothing yet striking colours, elegant, understated lines, and refined, opulent materials.
She has imagined innovative transitions between the different spaces for an individual art de vivre. These spaces can be open but also intimate and separate, leaving guests the choice of how they occupy the room. The bathroom, in glass, wood, white marble and mosaic, form two distinct elements. The basin units are enveloped in ridged leather and finished with bold, hammered bronze buttons for a couture feel.
The interior designer has invited Man Ray, the acclaimed American photographer who made Paris his home in the 1930s, into the bedroom for his evocation of romantic Paris through modern techniques. A subtle reproduction, on velvet, of The Kiss dresses the alcove, appearing again in a negative, mirror effect on the headboard.
The décor puts the accent on luxury with taupe silk cushions and embroidered taffeta in shades of orange, magenta and plum. Furniture in a contemporary style accentuates noble materials with a dominance of dark wood, pale lacquer and chrome. Sybille de Margerie set out in search of photographs that would complete this soothing, subtle, refined and striking
atmosphere. This led her to the work of Ali Mahdavi, a talented young Iranian photographer who, in her eyes, encapsulates Paris fashion in perfect keeping with the hotel. She liked his personality, the visual impact of his work, his use of light and his vision of women. The two met. Ali was won over by the project, inspired by this couture hotel. Quickly he appropriated the suites and embraced the spirit of the hotel. Together, Sybille and Ali have crafted a unique experience of Paris glamour.