Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme – France
Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme is an exquisitely elegant hotel featuring world-class dining, unique spa experiences, and 153 elegant guest rooms, including 43 luxury suites, in a stunning historic Parisian palace near Place Vendôme.
Centrally located near the best shopping and top attractions in Paris, the 24-hour concierge will help you make the most of your time during your trip.
The hotel features a striking blend of contemporary architecture and classic design planned by renowned designer Ed Tuttle, with refined materials and elegant furnishings. Each bathroom includes the relaxing elements of a spa, such as limestone walls, a deep-soaking tub, rain shower, heated floors, and exclusive toiletries designed by acclaimed perfumer Blaise Mautin. Experience the ultimate in elegance with a stay in one of our suites, designed to feel like a luxury Parisian apartment and decorated with carefully selected artworks and furnishings.
Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme offers several sophisticated dining destinations, including the Michelin-starred Pur’ – Jean-François Rouquette. Experience the vibrancy of Rouquette’s open kitchen as Pur’ serves up a symphony of flavors. The Chef’s Table at Pur’ is an exclusive dining opportunity featuring an elite selection of dishes chosen by the head chef. For a more relaxed dining experience, Les Orchidées serves elegantly crafted meals in a space exquisitely decorated with orchids, located under the hotel’s distinctive glass ceiling. La Terrasse offers a tree-shaded space for al fresco dining in the hotel’s courtyard. La Cheminée is your destination for afternoon tea, serving light meals and snacks in a cozy, welcoming environment featuring plush couches and a fireplace. Le Bar at Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme is a classic speakeasy, serving cocktails crafted from rare spirits and liqueurs. Room service is available 24 hours a day at Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme.
The exquisite spa features 250 square meters of space dedicated to relaxation and well-being. This includes a whirlpool bath, steam room, sauna, and gym fitted with the latest high-tech equipment. Le Spa has four individual treatment rooms and one designed especially for couples. With its soft and warm décor, consisting of Paris stone, mahogany, and an onyx water wall, Le Spa is truly a haven of peace and tranquility.
Whatever brings you to Paris, Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme is the perfect place to enjoy relaxation while exploring such a vibrant city.
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