The Squeeznet publishes: The Mandarin Oriental in Paris has opened its doors at 251 rue Saint Honoré; in the heart of this capital, with the Garnier Opera, the Louvre and the Tuileries Gardens all close by. AFP talks of “Invasion” of asian hotels in Paris.
The hotel’s 138 rooms are some of the largest in Paris, providing comfort, space and light. The architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte supervised renovation of the building, facade and patio. Sybille de Margerie imagined the interior design and decoration of the rooms, spa and public spaces, while Patrick Jouin and Sanjit Manku lent their talent to the bar and restaurants. The hotel’s vast indoor garden of oriental inspiration was created by Wilmotte and Associés, in association with the landscape artists François Neveux and Bernard Rouyer.
Dining facilities include two restaurants, a live cooking counter, a bar, Cake Shop and a Garden that offer a variety of settings and moods.
To celebrate the launch of this luxurious new city hotel, the ‘J’aime Paris’ opening offer is now available for stays between 17 July and 28 August 2011, with rates from EUR 765 a night inclusive of a EUR 300 credit per room and EUR 500 credit per suite that can also be redeemed at the hotel’s spa or restaurants.