The Royal Monceau Raffles Paris is a 5-stars luxury hotel located in Paris. This Parisian palace located a few minutes from the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre Museum and the Opéra Garnier, is the ideal place to discover art and culture. Since 1928, the luxury hotel has welcomed many personalities. The establishment is renowned for its luxurious rooms and suites, but also for its restaurants, its exquisite bars, its service and its sumptuous SPA. The Royal Monceau Raffles Paris is a place where you like to stay, with this very special feeling of being both at home and elsewhere, both host and guest, in a mixture of creations, emotions and cultures. The Hotel is part of the official club of 12 palaces in France, such as Le Bristol, Georges V, Plaza Athénée or Cheval Blanc in Courchevel.
History of the Royal Monceau Raffles Paris
The luxury hotel was created in 1928 by the duo Pierre Bermond and André Jugnot, two personalities known in the hotel world for having created the Carlton, the famous Parisian hotel located on Boulevard Rochechouard. Requisitioned during the Second World War, the luxury hotel on Avenue Hoche regained its independence in 1946 and the hotel quickly became one of the most prestigious hotels in the city of Paris and in France. In 1978, its owner, Doctor Osmane Aidi founded the Royal Monceau Group. In 2007, the hotel was sold to Qatari Diar and major renovations were carried out under the direction of the famous designer Philippe Starck. After 2 years of pharaonic works, the famous Parisian palace is reopening its doors. Designed as a personal apartment, the common areas of the hotel invite you to relax. The management of the Royal Monceau was then entrusted to the Raffles Hotels & Resorts group.
The rooms and suites of the Parisian palace
The Royal Monceau Raffles Paris offers its guests rooms and suites of different sizes and styles. The deluxe rooms, which all offer a view of the garden or the street, are spacious and furnished in a contemporary style. Some have a private terrace. The style of each room and suites offers a generous mix of comfort and contemporary design, combined with the unique character of the Parisian spirit. The hotel’s Prestige suites evoke the atmosphere of a workshop with their bed, large work desk, comfortable bathroom and balcony. Combining the precise elegance of the 1940s and 1950s, the rigor of the lines, the nobility of the materials and the warmth of the colors, each of them seems imbued with a life, a story that those who enter it are invited to pursue. .
- The Junkets suites (23 to 25m²) can accommodate up to 15 people.
- The Royal Monceau Suite (190m²) can accommodate up to 20 people.
- The Private Apartments (from 250 to 350m²) can accommodate up to 40 people.
The hotel’s garden lounge
The Royal Monceau Raffles Paris hotel also offers a magnificent business space with direct access to the garden and the patio where you can relax in the sun and in the shade of the trees. This green oasis is an ideal place to read, work, have a drink or simply relax. The surface of the garden lounge is 40m², which can accommodate about fifteen people. Bathed in light, this intimate space is also flexible according to your tastes and needs.
The restaurants and bars of the Royal Monceau Raffles Paris
Il Carpacciole, the Italian restaurant at the Royal Monceau Raffles Paris offers a journey through the flavors and colors of Italy. The restaurant, at an affordable price, is run by the couple of Italian chefs Oliver Piras and Alessandra Del Favero who offer gourmet, convivial and à la carte cuisine.
The Matsuhisa Paris is the contemporary and trendy restaurant of the palace, headed by the famous Japanese starred chef Hideki Endo. The Matsuhisa Paris offers a mix of Japanese and Peruvian cuisine, in a warm and friendly setting with an Art Deco atmosphere.
La Cuisine is the restaurant dedicated to brunches and breakfasts organized around a buffet. In order to share with you a unique experience, the desserts and pastries are signed Quentin Lechat, first Grand Prix de Pâtisserie de la ville de Paris in 2019. On Saturday, La Cuisine restaurant offers a family brunch and a royal brunch, including foie gras and lobster, is served on Sunday.
Finally, the Bar Long is the place in the palace where you can have a drink in peace, while tasting revisited emblematic dishes. This bar-restaurant, designed by Philippe Starck, offers an unusual setting and a new experience with its long, sinuous counter topped with a high, bright table.
The Clarins Spa
The Royal Monceau Raffles Paris offers its guests a unique and exceptional experience at Spa Clarins. This space of more than 650m², bathed in light and decorated with marble and wood, offers an oasis of serenity to relax body and mind. The treatments offered by the experts at Clarins will allow you to regain your physical and mental balance. The hotel’s Spa has a magnificent 23-metre long swimming pool, 7 treatment cabins, a sauna, a Turkish bath and 4 coaching rooms dedicated to Pilates and yoga.
Arts and the Royal Monceau Raffles Paris
The Art District gallery at the Royal Monceau Raffles Paris is an exhibition space of more than 200m² which welcomes artists, patrons and art professionals. This contemporary art gallery is in collaboration with the Bel-Air Fine Art group, the European leader in art galleries. The arts bookshop at the Royal Monceau Raffles Paris offers visitors a unique selection of art books and catalogs from around the world. This bookstore, directed by Julie Eugène, is also a place for meetings and exchanges around contemporary creation.
Katara, le plus grand cinéma de luxe de Paris
The Katara cinema, with its three auditoriums and an area of over 400m², is the largest luxury cinema in Paris. This exceptional place offers a program of exclusive premieres and retrospectives, as well as previews and private screenings. The Katara cinema has 99 seats and is equipped with the latest technologies such as 3D. It allows professionals of the 7th art to meet in order to share experiences in a luxurious setting and this, throughout the year.
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