At the entrance to Palais Royal, with its beautiful gardens and historic arcades, the Grand Hôtel du Palais Royal is the new, most secret place for chic Parisians. Housed in a magnificent 18th century stone building seconds away from the Louvre, the Comédie Française theatre, the designer stores of rue Saint-Honoré and the Tuileries Gardens… This is the heart of Paris as lived by Parisians, a place of ultimate refinement where architecture, culture and gastronomy mingle with the most exclusive boutiques.
Interior design by Pierre-Yves Rochon
The Grand Hôtel du Palais Royal has just finished complete renovation in order to offer its guests the quintessence of Parisian chic. Pierre-Yves Rochon has designed elegant interiors with special attention to detail, where classic luxury meets stylish modernism.
Much like the nearby Palais Royal gardens, the hotel is a special place of refinement and discretion. In direct homage to the gardens, the hotel is inspired by the freshness of plants, with its conservatory, vast pine tree in the entrance hall, orchid garden, light wood fittings and touches of light green in the fabrics.
The 57 rooms and 11 suites are richly furnished with luxury bedding, bed linen and towels, Carita toiletries and 40” flatscreen TVs with over 60 channels to watch…
Pierre-Yves Rochon’s interior design, his choice of colours and materials - light oak, chocolate and lime green for the rooms,powdery pink for the suites, velvet, leather and silk - give the hotel a chic and contemporary atmosphere with comfort and warmth.
Certain rooms have their own balcony or terrace with astounding, panoramic views onto Palais Royal and the Paris monuments. The two 65 m²signature suiteson the 7th floor, with their view over the rooftops of Paris, are like a little corner of paradise, with incredible luxury and comfort.
Wellbeing and the Carita Spa
Created as a haven of peace and wellbeing, the fitness centre comprises an exercise room, Turkish bath and health area.
The beauty brand Carita, associated with the spa, lends its expertise to guests with its products and beauty treatments (massages, body and face treatments, hairstyling, manicure and pedicure).
Food and drink
At the cosy bar, or in the “Lulli” restaurant, chef Jean-Yves Bournot (who spent eight years at Le Meurice with Yannick Alléno) has devised a contemporary menu with a deliberately short list of dishes in order to propose only the best and freshest seasonal ingredients.
The Grand Hôtel du Palais Royal is one of those addresses in Paris that are deliberately exchanged only in whispers so that they remain discrete havens. Only a few insiders know of these secret locations. The Grand hotel du Palais Royal is already one of these discreet places.