Hôtel de Crillon, A Rosewood Hotel – Paris, France offers a delicate balance between conservation and transformation—a celebration of the spirit of Paris and French art de vivre.

Originally built in 1758, Hôtel de Crillon enjoys an unrivalled position overlooking the Place de la Concorde. The legendary palace offers a refined and illustrious history, encapsulating the very best France has to offer.

With its perfectly proportioned, Neoclassical façade and architecture, the hotel was designed to captivate. It has dazzled generations of visitors and played host to some of history’s greatest events. The building has stood through the reigns of two French kings, the French Revolution, the rise and fall of the Napoleonic Empire and the birth of the League of Nations.

A conservation architect and four different interior designers worked together, each overseeing a different part of the hotel. The biggest successes are the two internal courtyards, which have been transformed from rather dingy spaces into leafy gardens with tables from the Winter Garden tearoom, with the brasserie and the spa spilling into them.


Hôtel de Crillon’s 78 rooms, 36 suites and 10 signature suites embody an expressly Parisian residential style that is equally warm and refined. Offering an incomparable atmosphere of contemporary sophistication that respects the landmark’s 18th-century heritage, the rooms and suites are elegantly decorated with a mix of bespoke furnishings, beautiful antiques and carefully chosen objets d’art that underscore an exceptional attention to detail.


Nestled under the mansard roof of the palace, the Ateliers d’Artistes are located on the seventh and loftiest floor of the hotel, providing guests with a dazzling experience under the skies of Paris. Each one of the three Ateliers d’Artistes features an element that echoes to different arts: Le Poète, L’Ecrivain, Le Peintre. One room (624 sq. ft. – 58m²) and two suites (880 sq. ft. – 82m² and 1184 sq. ft. – 110m²) all offering a queen-size bed, walk in shower, as well as a terrace or balconies overlooking the city and Eiffel Tower.


Located on the second floor, the historical Suite Duc de Crillon looks out to the quiet pedestrian street, Rue Boissy d’Anglas. The signature accommodation features a separate living room, king-size bed and marble bathroom. Parts of the original woodwork of the suite, which once served as the private chapel of the Crillon family still lives in the living room of the suites and contrasts with a modern sleeping area. The rest is now exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum in New York. 807 sq. ft. (73 m²)


Embodying the Parisian residential style that defines Hôtel de Crillon, the Suite Jardin is situated on the second floor and offers a 150-square-foot (14 m²) enclosed terrace and a singular view of the courtyard, Cour d’Honneur. Featuring elegant bespoke furnishings and custom artwork with touches of green echoeing with the Cour d’Honneur. This signature accommodation is comprised of a separate living room, spacious bedroom with a king-size bed and large marble bathroom. 807 sq. ft. (75 m²)


Situated on the fourth floor, Les Grands Appartements (2 suites) offer breathtaking views over Paris and its landmarks including the Eiffel Tower, Grand Palais, Musée d’Orsay and Place de la Concorde. Designed by Karl Lagerfeld, renowned designer and a great 18th century connoisseur, this is where he will be conveying his personal vision of French chic and modernity. Les Grands Appartements feature bespoke furniture, unique bathroom decors, a dining room and ultra-contemporary design dressing rooms.


Located on the sixth floor, the Suite Louis XV offers gorgeous views over the City of Light. The signature suite features an exceptional terrace, a large living room, a walk-in wardrobe and a king-sized bed. 1,249 sq. ft. (116 m²). Suite Louis XV can be connected to the Suite Bernstein, offering 3,768 sq. ft. (350 m²) on the 6th floor facing Place de la Concorde.


The former French Queen provides inspiration for this unique suite in which she was taking her piano lessons. An 18th-century décor that has been renovated without being changed, to pay tribute to the rich historic heritage of the hotel.

Located on the second floor, the suite features a large 398 square foot (37 m²) terrace overlooking Place de la Concorde, a true balcony to stand on, offering a breathtaking view of Paris and its landmarks including the Eiffel Tower, the Deputy Chamber and Le Grand Palais.

An intimate 150-square-foot (14 m²) terrace looks out to the courtyard, Cour d’Honneur. The Suite Marie-Antoinette is a 1960 sq. ft. Suite (183 m²) featuring a king-size bed, a large marble bathroom and a separate living room also facing Place de la Concorde.


Located on the sixth floor, the Suite Bernstein is named after the great composer Leonard Bernstein who was a frequent and cherished guest of Hôtel de Crillon. The magnificent retreat features a bright sitting room, dining room for six guests, and exclusive 1,205-square-foot (112 m²) private terrace overlooking Place de la Concorde with views of the Eiffel Tower, Grand Palais and other Parisian landmarks. 2,500 sq. ft. (238 m²)


As one of Paris’ best kept secrets, L’Ecrin is the hidden gem of Hôtel de Crillon, nestled in its heart. In a delicate and refined contemporary décor, guests are welcomed for an exquisite culinary journey to savor the inventive cuisine of Chef Christopher Hache.

The gastronomic menu served at L’Ecrin reflects the personality of the Chef: refined, precise and sophisticated without sacrificing conviviality.

At L’Ecrin, a bespoke approach was adopted for every detail. The Chef himself worked with artisans from all over the world to design custom-made chinaware and silverware that complement the guest’s gustatory journey. Textures, scents and colors make every visit to L’Ecrin extraordinary.


Sense, A Rosewood Spa offers a bespoke approach to your personal wellbeing where luxurious touches are the foundation of the best guest experience. Drawing from the rich culture of beauty and excellence in Paris, our exquisite treatments revive ancient French beauty rituals with the latest innovation from skincare lines including EviDenS de Beauté and Maison Caulières. All ingredients and story offer an unrivalled approach to French skincare, where authenticity is delicately intertwined with luxurious presentation.


The wrought-iron spire of the Eiffel Tower piercing the clouds, the broad Arc de Triomphe guarding Paris’ most glamorous avenue, the Champs-Élysées, the gargoyled Notre Dame cathedral, lamplit bridges spanning the Seine and art nouveau cafes spilling on to wicker-chair-lined terraces are indelibly etched in the minds of anyone who’s visited the city – and the imaginations of anyone who hasn’t (yet). But despite initial appearances, Paris’ cityscape isn’t static: there are some stunning modern and contemporary icons too, from the inside-out, industrial-style Centre Pompidou to the mur végétal (vertical garden) gracing the striking Musée du Quai Branly.

Glorious Food

Paris’ dining is iconic: France’s reputation for its cuisine (the French word for ‘kitchen’) precedes it, and whether you seek a cosy neighbourhood bistro or a triple-Michelin-starred temple to gastronomy, you’ll find every establishment prides itself on exquisite preparation and presentation of quality produce, invariably served with wine. Enticing patisseries, boulangeries(bakeries), fromageries (cheese shops) and crowded, colourful street markets are perfect for packing a picnic to take to the city’s parks and gardens. A host of culinary courses – from home kitchens through to the world’s most prestigious cookery schools – offers instruction for all schedules, abilities and budgets.

Stylish Shopping

Parisians are synonymous with style, and fashion shopping is the city’s forte. Paris remains at the forefront of international trends, and browsing emerging and established designer boutiques and flagship haute couture houses is a quintessential part of any visit. You’ll also find uberhip concept stores, quirky homeware shops, and resplendent art nouveau department stores, along with a trove of vintage shops and flea markets, atmospheric bookshops (including the dark-green bouquiniste stalls – secondhand bookshop – lining the riverbanks), adorable children’s wear and toy shops, art and antique dealers, venerable shops selling state-of-the-art professional cookware, and, of course, gourmet food and wine shops galore.

Artistic Treasures

With an illustrious artistic pedigree – Renoir, Rodin, Picasso, Monet, Manet, Dalí and Van Gogh are but a few of the masters who lived and worked here over the years – Paris is one of the great art repositories of the world, harbouring treasures from antiquity onward. In addition to big hitters like the incomparable Louvre, the Musée d’Orsay’s exceptional impressionist collection, and the Centre Pompidou’s cache of modern and contemporary art, there are scores of smaller museums housing collections in every imaginable genre, and a diverse range of venues mounting major exhibitions through to off-beat installations.

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