Le Royal Monceau Partners With Land Rover for New Driving Experience

Le Royal Monceau – Raffles Paris and Land Rover have partnered to create an exclusive experience designed for thrill-seeking families: a two-night stay in a Parisian Palace and a morning of driving Land Rover cars with a professional on a closed automobile circuit.

Available until October 31, the program allows one parent to accompany their child, aged 11 to 17, as they get behind the wheel of a Land Rover vehicle. The day after arrival, a professional driver will take guests to an automobile circuit located about one hour outside of Paris, comfortably seated in the latest Range Rover.

Once on the circuit, guests will be showed the latest models and then the professional driver will teach the basics of driving before putting the teen behind the wheel of a Range Rover Evoque. Adults, seated in the back of the car, will be able to watch their child drive.

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Priced at €2,990 (about $3,566) for two people, The Range Rover at Le Royal Monceau - Raffles Paris experience includes:

  • Two nights in a Junior Suite and breakfasts
  • One lunch at the Bar Long
  • Transfers to the circuit in a Range Rover with a driver
  • A morning of driving on the circuit for a teenager aged 11 to 17 and their parent

Le Royal Monceau – Raffles Paris is a member of The Leading Hotels of the World, a luxury hotel collection with more than 430 properties in over 80 countries.

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