A great hotel to recover from jet lag. Relaxing, peaceful. Good room service. Also close to shops, restaurants, and just two or three blocks from the Seine. But my personal taste is something lighter and brighter. Rooms were very dark--made it hard to get adjusted to Paris time. I prefer to be more immersed in the local culture. Also, we had difficulty getting all the technology to work. Never figured out how to turn on the TV above the bathtub. Just a matter of personal taste, but I probably wouldn't stay here again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Mandarin Oriental, Paris has a premier location on Rue Saint-Honore, surrounded by history and fashionable shopping. The hotel's 99 luxurious rooms and 40 suites offer guests an eminently stylish Parisian experience, and are among the most spacious in Paris. An inner courtyard camellia garden provides outdoor dining and is a peaceful oasis in the city. Other dining choices, include the two-Michelin star signature restaurant, Sur Mesure par Thierry Marx, Camelia, The Cake Shop and Bar 8, all under Executive Chef and Culinary Director Thierry Marx. The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Paris brings relaxation in a peaceful, modern setting, and an indoor pool and a fully-equipped fitness centre complete the hotel's leisure facilities. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Mandarin Oriental, Paris Hotel Paris