Le Bristol Paris’ Cat, Fa-Raon, Gets Goyard Birthday Gifts

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Fa-Roan at Le Bristol Paris

Guests of Le Bristol Paris are delighted to find a resident cat curled up in the lobby or elegantly padding through the marble corridors. Joining the staff of the palace hotel in 2010, Fa-raon is a Birman, or "Sacred Cat of Burma" (a legendary breed). In recent news, the glam feline celebrated his third birthday with tailor-made gifts from Maison Goyard. We’re only slightly jealous. 

Among the new pet accessories, there’s a collar with a butterfly knot in canvas and leather. The chic French fashion brand—founded as a trunkmaker in 1853—also gifted a bowl with Fa-roan’s name in Le Bristol’s signature green color. Goyard’s refined pet accessories are available for purchase at the boutique located nearby at 352 Rue Saint-Honoré.

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Le Bristol Paris was the first luxury hotel in France to earn the “palace hotel” distinction, and is home to Eric Fréchon’s outstanding Michelin three-starred restaurant. Fun fact: The Panoramic Suite played a starring role in Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris. For more information, visit www.lebristolparis.com

Fa-Roan Goyard, Le Bristol Paris

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