Sunday, September 23, 2018

The Peninsula Paris

Perfectly situated on Avenue Kléber, The Peninsula resides in the heart of Paris, within walking distance of the city’s most famous monuments, museums and luxury shopping districts.
Located in a late 19th century Haussmanian building, the hotel has been meticulously restored and discreetly modernised enabling guests to experience the ultimate in 21st century style and convenience. The peninsula houses 200 luxurious rooms, including 34 suites, which are among the most spectacular in the city.

Designed to perfection with distinct Parisian influences, signature peninsula functionality, all spacious rooms and suites are embellished with meticulously curated artworks, elegant furniture, ambient lighting and the ultimate in proprietary technology.

Revolutionary in-room proprietary peninsula technology sets new standards of guest personalisation, with fully customised interactive digital bedside and desk tablets present in any one of 11 languages. Everything is controlled and accessed at the touch of a button.

Peninsula Suite
Square footage: 3,425 (318 sqm)

The suite was designed by Henry Leung of Chhada Siembieda Leung Ltd in conjunction with The Peninsula Hotels’ in-house team. “I was inspired by Paris’ reputation as the fashion capital of the world, and so based my design concept on haute couture flair, which expressed itself throughout the room in various ways”, explains Leung.

The hotel’s largest suite this truly luxurious residence offers an immense reception room complete with grand piano, a vast dining room seating up to 10, an elegant office and a spacious bedroom complete with two large dressing rooms and two marble bathrooms, affording intimacy to each guest.

True to the hotel’s architecture, this suite was designed with classic Haussmann-style features: high ceilings and large windows creating spacious rooms bathed in natural light. The soft creamy beige and golden tones bring sensuality and refinement to a suite enhanced by luxurious, perfectly designed decoration at the heart of a resolutely contemporary universe. Here again, the design firms exercised their creativity using only the very best: silks and brocades from the Prelle workshops, trimmings from Declercq Passementiers, floor coverings crafted by Tai Ping Carpets and Baccarat chandeliers.

The Peninsula Spa

The peninsula spa offers a relaxation experience unlike any other, in the heart of the City of light the interior design and furnishings incorporate traditional, eastern elements and contemporary elegance and offer a refined blend of harmonious tones and materials to soothe the soul, such as wood, granite and marble. The serene pool at the peninsula Paris boasts sleek décor that features a striking floor-to-ceiling cascade. Unwind in a stunning 20-metre indoor pool, complemented with relaxation areas, heat experiences and the ultimate in spa treatments.

Signature treatments: Biologique Recherche facial treatment ‘Seconde Peau’. This treatment improves cell renewal and skin regeneration for a tightening visible and immediate effect. It increases cohesion and skin density while redrawing the face oval. It is positioned as a cosmetic alternative to injections and is intended for mature and damaged by signs of age.

L’Oiseau Blanc Restaurant

The Peninsula Paris offers six dining outlets featuring a combination of the very best of France. Taking Parisian dining to new heights, the crowning glory of the Peninsula Paris L’Oiseau Blanc Restaurant, bar and terrace, complete with stunning views over the capital’s most iconic monuments.  In this elevated setting, traditional French dishes are reinterpreted with contemporary flair by Chef Sidney Redel in a “bistronomique” menu designed to delight. The aviation-themed interior celebrates flying aces Charles Nungesser and François Coli who attempted to cross the Atlantic in 1927 from Le Bourget.

 Rates & Rooms for The Peninsula Paris

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