Le Bristol Paris Completes Renovations

(Courtesy of Lou Hammond Group ) Courtesy of Lou Hammond Group

Le Bristol Paris has completed its renovations, unveiling new rooms and suites.

The new guestroom designs follow the renovation of all three restaurants, courtyard garden, spa and bar in a concept that combines ‘class from past and present.’ Directed by Countess Bergit Douglas, the hotel says the architectural firm MM-Design created spaces for the Palace that retained all the Louis XVI refinement while playing with softness in colours and simplicity of lines.

Design houses that dressed the apartments include: Loro Piana, Pierre Frey, Taillardat, Kingcome Sofa, Vaughan, Manuel Canovas while pastel shades by Farrow & Ball in green, blue, light grey replace dark wood panelling. Le Bristol says it reveals its rich history at the corner of a corridor, on a wall or table centerpiece with works of art and antiques.

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‘Class from the past and present’ is exemplified in furnishing selections; period lamps with porcelain feet are mixed with brass reading lamps, light oak bookcases with contemporary lines are set beside wing chairs or rosewood tables. Louis XVI style beds are adorned with throws in pale soothing shades of ochre, taupe, celadon green or blue-grey.

Oetker Collection embraces nine luxury hotels:

  • L’Apogée Courchevel 
  • Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa 
  • Le Bristol Paris 
  • Château Saint-Martin & Spa 
  • Eden Rock – St Barths 
  • Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc 
  • Jumby Bay Island 
  • The Lanesborough 
  • Palácio Tangará 
  • Eden Being 

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