The Mandarin Oriental opened its Paris location a few days ago in the famous luxury shopping street Saint Honore. The Asian based hotel chain has been opening in several high end locations around the world.
The hotel has 99 rooms and 39 suites within an eight-story building with an exterior façade dating back to the 1930s. The target clients of the Mandarin Oriental are luxury seeking guests from around the world, who enjoy staying at one of the most fashionable locations.
The overall feel of the space design is a little bit feminine due to the butterfly motifs and floral carpets yet very relaxing.
The hotel has a 900 square meter spa, a 40-seat restaurant overseen by Michelin-starred chef Thierry Marx, and a cocktail bar cut from a single piece of brown Spanish marble.
The rate for a deluxe suite with balcony overlooking the courtyard is 2,750 euros/night , also available is the 350 square meter duplex penthouse for clients with higher requirements.
Mandarin Oriental- Paris
251 Rue Saint-Honoré
75001 Paris, France
01 70 98 78 88
One Reply to “The Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Paris | Hotel Design”
Incredible hotel..there is one in Brickell Key, Miami. I've been there a few times for cocktails and dinner..but never stayed the night! The hotel looks absolutely gorgeous..one day (hopefully) I'll be able to stay there. 😀