Le Bristol Completes Four-Year Renovation with Sweet Suites

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Le Bristol lovers are in for a treat. We hear Paris' iconic hotel has recently unveiled 29 entirely renovated rooms and suites, which wraps up a four-year renovation program to the tune of $196 million.

The suites were decorated by Mrs. Maja Oetker herself. The jewel in the crown is the $1.7 million renovation of the hotel's Royal Suite. This palatial abode is on the fifth floor and offers views over the hotel's garden. It measures at 3,230 square feet and is decorated like an 18th-century private town house, with Louis XV and XVI-style furniture.

The expansive suite has two bedrooms, two lounges, a dining room which can seat 12 guests, and more. It even has its own hammam.

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