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Mandarin Oriental Paris

Paris, France

The Mandarin Oriental in Paris is centrally located in on rue Saint-Honoré. Surrounded by haute couture and just steps from the Louvre, the hotel exudes a timeless elegance with beautiful interiors, exquisite dining, a serene spa and legendary service.

At a Glance

  • Situated on Rue Saint Honoré, just steps from the Jardin des Tuileries, the Louvre and the Champs-Élysées

  • The Spa at Mandarin Oriental is the perfect place for a peaceful retreat away from the bustle of the city

  • The modern and sophisticated rooms are some of the largest and most spacious in Paris

  • For a unique and modern dining experience visit Sur Mesure by Thierry Marx, who has been awarded several Michelin stars

Couples, Culture, Honeymoon, Spa & health

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Description

With one of the most prestigious addresses in the city, the Mandarin Oriental Paris is located in one of the most exclusive and fashionable quarters of Paris. Just moments away from the fashion houses on the iconic Avenue des Champs-Élysées and the top city sights, the Mandarin Oriental Paris is ideally situated for those looking to see as much as possible during their stay.

All 138 rooms at the Mandarin Oriental Paris are beautifully designed and luxuriously appointed; the rooms and suites are among the most stylish and spacious in Paris. Modern and comfortable, these rooms provide a serene haven in the very heart of Paris.

The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Paris, offers a holistic experience which relaxes and rejuvenates, with a focus on all aspects of personal wellbeing. The Health and Fitness Spa is equipped with a 14 meter lap pool, state of the art gymnasium, herbal steam room as well as offering a wide range of treatments.

Experience Thierry Marx's gourmet restaurant Sur Mesure, where there is a treat for all the senses through the magnificently created experimental food - this is a truly exceptional dining sensation. Marx is a renowned chef with several Michelin stars to his name, and at Sur Mesure he creates the perfect blend of traditional French dishes and innovative, modern methods. For a more relaxed breakfast, lunch, or dinner, guests should visit the Camélia, a modern, clean cut restaurant, serving dishes made from fresh local ingredients. Afternoon tea is also available, with a sumptuous selection of pastries which are freshly-made every day and displayed in the hotel's Cake Shop. Mandarin Oriental Paris also houses the slender and sophisticated Bar 8, offering an extensive selection of professionally made cocktails.

Accommodation

With 99 rooms and 29 suites, the Mandarin Oriental Paris has a variety of rooms to suit each guest. The rooms are all modern and stylish with Oriental touches throughout. All rooms and suites are furnished with amenities such as a Nespresso machine, Bang & Olufsen television and audio systems, and bathroom toiletries by Diptyque.

Deluxe Room

Measuring between 39-44 square meters, the Deluxe Rooms are tastefully designed in a contemporary Parisian style with Art Deco inspirations.

Bathrooms feature a bathtub, walk-in shower, bathrobes by Frette, and a television.

Mandarin Room

Measuring between 42-52 square meters, the Mandarin Rooms are the largest rooms in the hotel. These rooms are spacious and comfortable, with Oriental highlights in the décor.

Bathrooms feature a bathtub, walk-in shower, bathrobes by Frette, and a television.

Junior Suite

The Junior Suites measure 55 square meters, and are light and airy. Special additions such as sliding doors between the living room and bedroom provide space and privacy.

Bathrooms feature a round bathtub, walk-in shower, a double sink, and a television. Bathrobes by Frette and silk kimonos are also provided.

Superior Suite

The Superior Suites measure 57-63 square meters, and are light and airy thanks to large windows overlooking the courtyard or the gardens. Special additions such as sliding doors between the living room and bedroom provide space and privacy.

Bathrooms feature a round bathtub, walk-in shower, a double sink, and a television. Bathrobes by Frette and silk kimonos are also provided.

Deluxe Suite

Measuring 61-71 square meters, the Deluxe Suites are luxurious and tastefully designed, with Oriental influences throughout, as well as specially-commissioned artwork.

Bathrooms feature a round bathtub, walk-in shower, a double sink, and a television. Bathrobes by Frette and silk kimonos are also provided.

Duplex Suite

Contemporary and sleek, the Duplex Suites measure 65 square meters and are split over two levels. Silk cushions adorn the furnishings, and images by renowned photographer Ali Mahdavi feature throughout the rooms.

Bathrooms feature a round bathtub, walk-in shower, a double sink, and a television. Bathrobes by Frette and silk kimonos are also provided.

Terrace Suite

The Terrace Suites measure 71-80 square meters, and feature a master bedroom with separate living room. The suites are elegantly decorated with gold highlights throughout, and all have a fantastic terrace which offers views of the indoor garden or the city rooftops towards Montmartre.

Bathrooms feature a round bathtub, walk-in shower, a double sink, and a television. Bathrobes by Frette and silk kimonos are also provided.

Couture Suite

Inspired by fashion designers' muses, the Couture Suites are chic and stylish. Measuring 78-105 square meters, these suites offer ample amount of space for guests, with a large bedroom, separate living room with dining area, and a kitchenette.

Bathrooms feature a round bathtub, walk-in steam shower, a double sink, and a television. Bathrobes by Frette and silk kimonos are also provided.

Panoramic Suite

Spread over two floors, the Panoramic Suites offer space and privacy within the 75-96 square meter area. The lower floor features a living and dining room while the bedroom is on the upper floor. All suites have a balcony or terrace with views overlooking the city.

Bathrooms feature a round bathtub, walk-in shower, a double sink, and a television. Bathrobes by Frette and silk kimonos are also provided.

Royale Orientale Suite

Where East meets West, the Royale Orientale Suite is stylish and modern, with nods to the past with illustrations showing the journey from Paris to the Orient. The lower floor houses the living room, dining room and bar, as well as a 75 square meter private terrace with views over Paris. The upper floor has the bedroom, bathroom, fitness area and balcony.

The bathroom features a round bathtub, walk-in steam shower, a double sink, and a television. Bathrobes by Frette and silk kimonos are also provided.

Guests of the Royale Orientale Suite will also benefit from a complimentary Jiao Ting massage for two.

The Royale Orientale Suite can also interconnect with up to two Panoramic Suites, creating a three-bedroom penthouse suite.

Royale Mandarin Suite

The Royale Mandarin Suite offers fantastic panoramic views of Paris. Luxuriously decorated, the suite contains artwork and furnishings to create a truly unique space. The lower level features a large living room, study, dining room, bar, kitchen and private gym. On this level guests will also find a large terrace with fantastic views. On the upper floor is the bedroom, as well as a huge bathroom with a steam room and oversized bath offering views of Paris.

The bathroom also features a walk-in steam shower, a double sink, and a television. Bathrobes by Frette and silk kimonos are also provided.

Guests of the Royale Mandarin Suite will also benefit from a complimentary Jiao Ting massage for two.

The Royale Mandarin Suite can also interconnect with a Panoramic Suite for a two-bedroom option.

Facilities

The Mandarin Oriental Paris has a host of dining options, including the gourmet Sur Mesure, the Camélia, and the Cake Shop for sweet treats. Bar 8 has a large variety of delectable cocktails, served alongside its 'street food' menu during the day, or tapas in the evening. The Spa at Mandarin Oriental offers many relaxing treatments, as well as a herbal steam room, 14 meter lap pool and a fitness center.

Location & Directions

Paris, France

Manadrin Oriental, Paris is located in the first arrondissement in the city of Paris on Rue Saint-Honoré near the Place Vendôme and Jardin des Tuileries.

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.

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