Suite-ness: Hotel Plaza Athénée

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Paris’ Hôtel Plaza Athénée is giving new reason to fall in love again with the City of Light. The Dorchester Collection member, near the Champs-Élysées, has just added a new 1,399-square-foot Eiffel Suite. Decorated in the extravagant French styles of Louis XIV and XV, it offers a spectacular view of its namesake landmark.

 

 

 

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What do we love about this third-floor suite retreat? For starters, it has a richly decorated lounge with a large bay window, perfect for enjoying the views of the Eiffel Tower day or night. Then there’s the full working office, the grand piano and the gaming table. Luxury Touch: The bedroom is complemented by a spacious dressing room and a white-marble bathroom replete with grey mosaics. With 24-hour, en-suite dining, we say it will be hard to leave this front-row seat of Paris’ main attraction.

If your VIPs can pull themselves away, the hotel’s three-Michelin-starred Alain Ducasse Restaurant showcases the famed French chef’s culinary flair in all its glory. Then there’s the Dior Institut with five treatment rooms. The philosophy of the spa is all about beauty and efficiency, so a jetsetter landing in Paris can whisk in and be refreshed and prepped for a day of fashion shows or other demanding functions. Multi-day programs can also be arranged.

Luxury travel advisors can contact Director of Sales and Marketing Agnès de Bousquet de Florian ([email protected]; 011-33-01-5367-6502).                                    

 

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