Le Royal Monceau
Le Royal Monceau is a luxury Raffles hotel located just steps from the Champs-Élysées and the Arc de Triomphe. Designed by Philippe Starck, this stylish hotel boasts a fantastic Michelin-starred restaurant, a cinema and a 23-meter indoor infinity pool.
At a Glance
Located just steps from the Arc de Triomphe, Le Royal Monceau is ideally located for exploring Paris
Enjoy a fantastic dinner in Il Carpaccio, the hotel's Michelin-starred restaurant
Le Petit Royal kids program ensures even the youngest guests feel at home
Decorated by Philippe Starck, Le Royal Monceau is contemporary yet sophisticated
The spa, My Blend by Clarins, offers a fantastic 23-meter infinity pool alongside its relaxing hammam and laconium
Located just moments from some of Paris' most recognisable landmarks, Le Royal Monceau Raffles Paris is at the heart of the City of Lights. Surrounded by the Champs-Elysées and Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, fashion is ever present in and around this stylish hotel. Open since 1928, Le Royal Monceau has attracted names such as Winston Churchill and Michael Jackson, ensuring its reputation for luxury and discreet service continues to this day.
With a recent renovation overseen by renowned designer Philippe Stark, Le Royal Monceau has adapted its original elegance to add a contemporary twist. Timeless Parisian style and sophistication meet modern furnishings and art pieces in the rooms and suites. Inspired by the 1940s and the Art Deco period, all rooms are well appointed and thoughtfully designed. A muted palette and light fabrics ensure rooms remain bright and airy, and the spacious size of each guarantees a comfortable stay.
Le Royal Monceau also provides guests with fantastic dining options, including its very own Michelin-starred restaurant, Il Carpaccio. Famed for its traditional Sicilian dishes, as well as family recipes from various Italian regions, Il Carpaccio uses the freshest ingredients in the most elegant of settings. For something less traditional, Matsuhisa Paris offers a unique venture into the fusion of Peruvian and Japanese cuisines with its innovative dishes. Renowned chef Nobu Matsuhisa has teamed up with Raffles at Le Royal Monceau to open his first Matsuhisa restaurant in France - this truly is a unique Parisian experience. Alternatively, find many relaxed dining areas around the hotel, from Le Bar Long to the Terrace Garden, which features a glass-bottomed pond for views to the swimming pool below.
The spa at Le Royal Monceau, the first from My Blend by Clarins, is also worth a visit, if only to try out the 23-meter indoor infinity pool! The only one of its size in a luxury Parisian hotel, this certainly makes a great addition to the serene spa and its hammam and laconium. Voted "best city spa 2015", this is a truly luxurious and relaxing space, providing some of the best treatments to enjoy and unwind after a busy day in the city.
Le Royal Monceau has a total of 85 rooms, as well as 64 suites. Each room is spacious and comfortable, with bespoke linens and the softest goose down bedding. Decorated elegantly, rooms are enhanced by the addition of Philippe Starck hand-crafted furniture, and the unique art pieces that adorn the walls. Bathroom amenities are provided by Clarins, or Bonpoint for children. Top-of-the-range technology is provided, including on-demand digital content and a Wii or PlayStation on request.
Rooms at Le Royal Monceau range in size from 36 to 45 sqm. With features such as televisions hidden behind mirrors, the rooms maximize guests' living space. Bedrooms all offer views of the garden or Avenue Hoche.
Junior Suites measure between 55-64 sqm, and are a spacious alternative to the standard bedrooms. With a walk-in closet and all modern amenities, these are luxurious and comfortable rooms.
Gallery Suites pay homage to an artist's gallery, with many unique pieces, furnishings and photography throughout the rooms. Each suite has a unique style and measures between 65-70 sqm.
The Signature Suites measure between 70-75 sqm. With state-of-the-art technology and comfortable bespoke furniture, these rooms are a real home away from home.
Lifestyle Suites range in size from 85-105 sqm, and one in particular stands out for its unique style. The Ray Charles Suite, where the musician stayed for some time, embodies the Parisian apartment in all its glamour. The white marble bathroom and the lavish sofa give the suite a luxurious and decadent atmosphere.
At 115 sqm, Prestige Suites are spacious, with a bedroom, separate living and dining room, and kitchenette. Bathrooms feature a walk-in shower as well as a claw-footed, free-standing bathtub.
Offering fantastic views across the rooftops of Paris, the Penthouse Suite is a luxurious Parisian apartment measuring 167 sqm. With two bedrooms and a kitchen, this suite offers the utmost in privacy.
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Ranging between 190 - 360 sqm, Royal Monceau Suites are extravagant and contemporary. With decadent decoration and furnishings, these suites are the epitome of modern Parisian elegance.
Le Royal Monceau provides a fantastic program for children - Le Petit Royal. From Saturday workshops in the restaurant to treasure hunts in the Louvre, there is always something to keep younger guests amused. Stay close to home with a cooking class in the hotel, or venture further afield with an exciting pirate boat trip down the Seine. In-room, Le Royal Monceau has collaborated with childrenswear company Bonpoint to create unique amenities. Children will be welcomed with a soft toy kitten named Royal, and receive the organic Bonpoint skin care products and eau de toilette in each bathroom. Interconnecting rooms are available on request.
Le Royal Monceau has two splendid restaurants, one of which, Il Carpaccio, has been awarded a Michelin star for its delectable Sicilian-inspired dishes. The second restaurant, Matsuhisa Paris, provides a unique gastronomic experience with its blend of Peruvian and Japanese cuisines. Guests can enjoy a drink at stylish Le Bar Long, or relax around the pond outside in the Terrace Garden.
The Spa, My Blend by Clarins, offers a 23 meter infinity pool, and a wide range of exclusive and personalized treatments. It has a hammam, laconium room and sauna.
Enjoy a film in the hotel's very own 99-seat Katara cinema, or soak up some culture in Le Royal Monceau's art gallery, Art District. Outside the hotel, there is a wealth of attractions and museums to visit throughout Paris.
Le Royal Monceau provides its very own art concierge, who advises guests on the latest art news, helps create customized itineraries according to guests' preferences, and leads customized visits of the hotel's private collection.
Location & Directions
Le Royal Monceau is ideally located within walking distance of the Champs-Elysées, Arc de Triomphe, Parc Monceau and Rue du Faubourg St Honoré.
When to go
The best time to visit Paris is, of course, during the famous Paris spring between April and June, when the days are sunny but not too hot. The autumn and winter months are another good time to come when there are smaller crowds and snow is a rarity. But there really is no bad time to visit.