Why we like it
- An oasis of charm, calm and conviviality in the heart of Paris
- Located on the prestigious Avenue Hoche, only moments from the Champs-Elysées
- Originally opened in 1928, and recently refurbished to the highest standards
- One of the essential spots in which to experience the beauty, style and social buzz of this extraordinary city
- My Blend by Clarins Spa with a 23 metre infinity pool, the longest ever built in a Paris luxury hotel
About Le Royal Monceau, Raffles
Timeless, surprising yet sophisticated, beautifully presented yet delightfully relaxed. Everything you would expect from a world-class hotel is available at Le Royal Monceau, Raffles Paris. Culinary creations to delight every palate, striking art, a blissful spa, swimming pool and saunas, exclusive boutique shopping, even an art concierge.
Recently transformed by the famous French designer Philippe Starck, inspiration came from the iconic eras of the 1940s and 50s. The luxurious chic décor is in tune with the Art Deco heritage of the building, but has a striking and inspiring individuality. Stepping into your room is like visiting a dear friend who has handed you the keys to their private apartment - where the décor, the ornaments and the artwork are all part of a personal story. Choose an artist's studio, Deluxe Collection room with its Art Deco touches or an Executive room for that added space, all replete with hidden television, acoustic guitars and works of art. The suites have their own identities whether it be as artists galleries, lifestyle suites depicting 1950s France or the largest two bedroom suites perfect for that special stay or added privacy.
Le Royal Monceau, Raffles Paris Spa is a paradise of pure white, calming and elegant, with exclusive treatments, relaxation rooms - including a hammam, laconium room and sauna, and dedicated fitness coaches.
Two restaurants share the limelight under the direction of the hotel's Executive Chef Laurent André: La Cuisine, with its convivial combination of large tables and more private alcoves, many of which face the open kitchen of chef Gabriel Grapin who incorporates light, flavourful notes in his sophisticated, spontaneous style; and Il Carpaccio, with a Sicilian baroque approach based on ultra-fresh products and traditional recipes from Italy's many regions under the exacting eye of chef Roberto Rispoli.
Completing the set are Le Bar Long, breaking convention with its high, long, narrow and luminous bar slicing through the room. The Terrace Garden, a place of luminous green and moving water connects the hotel to the city by taking you indoors to out.
The 99 seat Les Cinema des Lumieres has quickly become one of the capital's premier culturing mixing pots. Ideal for private screenings. The Cigar Club, Vinales, is a dark wooded escape into exclusivity and pleasure - a private club strictly reserved to members and guests, each with their own private humidor.
The Art Concierge, Domoina Debrantes and her team are available to guide and advise as you visit Paris and provide customized visits of the hotel's private collection.