When you think of Mandarin Oriental Paris, you think of opulent yet beautiful rooms and its neat cake shop in the lobby. The grande hotel just got grander with the announcement of 39 new suites, including seven duplex suites located on the seventh and eighth floors of the hotel. And what is even better, ladies and gentlemen, on combining the Royale Oriental Suite with the top floor suits, you get the largest hotel suite in Paris at 10,764-sq.ft. Simultaneously, the Broderies de Cristal suite comes with splendid views of the Opera and Montmartre with a Parisian-apartment-like layout. The Royal Mandarin Suite, on the other hand, surpasses all the other suites with its enviable views of Montmartre, the Garnier Opera, the Grand Palais, the Louvre, and the Madeleine. That is 3,767-sq.ft. of space which has been split over two floors. The only word that comes to mind is – Wow!
It is like having a magnificent palace hotel suite with a fitting 1930s feel that completes the suite. It might sound like a dream, but the suite has a terrace overlooking the Garnier opera and hold your breath…bathtubs that look out onto the Eiffel Tower. It would be perfect for romancing your lady love for a magical honeymoon in Paris. For an absolute look and feel, aesthetical artwork like an embroidered headboard by Lesage featuring Man Ray’s Neck has been added to the suite, which took 650 hours to complete.
The top floor is complemented with the individual Atelier suites with windows that open onto Paris’ rooftops. Besides the romance of Paris, you are also swamped with technological luxury to pamper you. All suites come with 32″ and 40″ LCD TVs, iPads, Playstation 3s, and mirror TVs, as well as steam showers, the highest level of soundproofing, and Nespresso coffee machines. For all that comfort, 2,400 Euros a night doesn’t sound as pricey anymore. And if you book the hotel’s Suite Temptations package, you get a complimentary fourth night, daily American breakfast, free internet, a $134 spa credit, and a special VIP welcome.