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These elegant rooms decked out in plush fabrics overlook either Avenue de Friedland or one of the hotel’s quiet, pretty courtyards.
Superior rooms are equally luxurious and slightly larger in size. They face either Avenue de Friedland or one of the flower-filled, interior courtyards.
The Executive rooms are spacious with stately Empire-inspired decor and a seating area.
Junior suites have a charming Parisian decor, a larger bed size and a separate lounge area with a comfortable sofa bed and armchairs
More spacious than the Junior suites, they also have a dash of bright colour to their décor and offer magnificent views of Parisian life along Avenue de Friedland.
The opulent suites have a living area with a double sofa bed separate to the bedroom and look out onto one of the hotel’s quiet courtyards.
The same in size and layout as the suites, the Suites Avenue provide a living area with a double sofa bed separate to the bedroom and look out onto the tree-lined Avenue de Friedland.
Named after the French entertainer, Josephine Baker, who frequently stayed here, the sheer size of this magnificent suite is impressive. Emulating the layout of a typical Parisian apartment, the rooms overlook the hotel’s garden courtyard to ensure complete peace and tranquility.
This spectacular suite is named after Prince Felix Youssoupov, a Russian aristocrat who participated in the assassination of Rasputin. In exile, he settled in Paris and frequently stayed here. Bedecked in lavish swathes of red fabric and leopard print carpets, this suite reflects Russian opulence. To top it all, this superb apartment has views of the Eiffel Tower.
Located on the 7th floor, this extensive apartment can accommodate up to eight people and includes a terrace with splendid views of the Arc de Triomphe and the Eiffel Tower. The stately rooms are filled with natural light and decorated in contemporary fabrics, which blend with the period features of the hotel.