Peninsula Paris, France

Cannes, France
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The katara suite offers guests a quiet respite from the bustling city of Paris while still enjoying the view.
The katara suite offers guests a quiet respite from the bustling city of Paris while still enjoying the view.

The Katara Suite on the top floor of the Peninsula Paris has breathtaking views of the City of Light from its 2,153-square-foot private rooftop garden. Accessible only from a private staircase within the suite, the terrace gives guests a 360-degree look at the city, including iconic landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower and the Arc-de-Triomphe.

The 1,991-square-foot, one-bedroom suite has a lavish living room, a dining area for six, a full-service kitchen and two dressing rooms to boot. Nice Touch: There’s also an 893-square-foot, full-length balcony where guests can take in the views.

Those staying in the Katara Suite are encouraged to experience customized experiences, such as a private rooftop dinner under the stars, a live band performance or a private rooftop screening. Nice Touch: VIPs can access the suite via private elevator directly from the parking garage with their own room key, so there is no need to enter the lobby if they choose not to be seen.

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Styled as a Parisian abode with a stylish twist, the high-tech suite has digital bedside and desk tablets with 11 language options.

Want a delicious meal without sacrificing the stunning city view? Book a table at the hotel’s L’Oiseau Blanc, located on the roof of the Peninsula Paris. Serving traditional French dishes, the restaurant has an aviation-themed interior that celebrates the likes of pilots such as Charles Nungesser and Francois Coli, both of whom attempted to cross the Atlantic in 1927 from Le Bourget. Also popular with both locals and tourists is the hotel’s Cantonese restaurant, Lili, where guests can dine on dim sums and seasonal dishes while enjoying a cup of tea made from one of the more than 20 types of tea leaves offered. To set up a special meal, contact Olivier Cambournac ([email protected]), chief concierge Clefs d’Or.

When it comes time to unwind, visitors at the Peninsula Paris can indulge in a treatment at the 19,000-square-foot spa, take a dip in the indoor swimming pool, or get in shape with some exercise in the state-of-the-art fitness center.

Bookings and special VIP arrangements can be made by contacting Sophie Jacou ([email protected]), sales manager for Canada and the U.S.

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