Unique Transformation in France – Le Royal Monceau-Raffles Paris Hotel
Ready for its final curtain call Le Royal Monceau-Raffles Paris is a luxury hotel, redesigned by Philippe Starck. The extremely elegant hotel has re-oped after a two year transformation looking unique and majestical.
The public areas take you back to the 30s, which was a celebration of the French art de vivre. On the other hand, the rooms, all 149 of them, are inspired by the 40s and 50s. The room designs were inspired by the award-winning author and statesman André Malraux. Moreover, when staying here the guests can feel at a creative friend’s home due to the private photograph collection, acoustic guitar, books dedicated to art, a pearl necklace, a writer, a dandy, everything an artist would love and need.
The hotel has a lot of interesting and splendid features, that can make it your primary choice, such as floor to ceiling mirrored bathrooms, walk-in wardrobes, flat-screen TVs hidden in Louis XV-style cabinets and many more. Furthermore it offers a variety of five restaurants and bars for you to pick, a Clarins Spa, cinema, library and art gallery.
Le Royal Monceau-Raffles Paris Hotel has a lot to offer. It is unique, luxurious and chic, it has gorgeous features and lighting, interesting art pieces and the key to your dreams. What do you think?