Exquisite decor, spectacular views, vast suites and Michelin-starred gastronomy… step inside Park Hyatt Paris – Vendôme and experience something special.
Moments from the Place Vendôme, the Opera Garnier and minutes’ walk from the refined shopping experience of Rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré is Park Hyatt Paris – Vendôme; one of Paris’s finest five-star establishments.
Designed by renowned US architect Edward Tuttle (of Aman Resorts fame), on offer on the prestigious Rue de la Paix is elevated luxury within its 156 rooms, including 45 sophisticated suites. Each space is reminiscent of opulent Parisian apartment living, from meticulously-selected fine art in every room and suite, to spa-inspired bathrooms (limestone walls, deep-soaking bath, rain showers, heated floors and exclusive toiletries).
Splash Out at Park Hyatt Paris – Vendôme
Indulging here is easy, but if you’re looking for a splashy way to do Paris, select the Vendôme Suite. Its 60 square metre balcony overlooks rue de la Paix and the iconic Vendôme column and you can spread out in the suite’s generous 220 square metres. Soaking in the in-suite spa with steam room and whirlpool is all the more satisfying after a day on foot in Paris. Each morning as you wake, be enveloped in the abundant light streaming in through large windows and be enriched by the buzzing atmosphere of Paris.
Park Hyatt Paris - Vendôme - Bathroom - Presidential suite © Park Hyatt Paris – Vendôme
For an elevated stay in another ultra-luxurious haven, select the Presidential Suite. As you gaze around its six-metre high foyer, you’re surrounded by sophistication. Designed across two floors, it has not one, but two spacious balconies with Eiffel Tower views, the Vendôme column and Notre-Dame de Paris, plus a private gym. The place to find yourself with a fine wine of an evening is beside the suite’s calming fireplaces (there are two). In these surroundings, it’s impossible not to be seduced by Paris!
Time Out at Park Hyatt Paris – Vendôme
If there’s time out on your itinerary, head to the blissfully intimate spa, and be pampered with indulgent La Mer products. Or, have your hair styled courtesy of the ‘hair room service’ by John Nollet. Away from the frantic pace of Paris, find your sanctuary in many forms: a massage, a facial, or perhaps a body treatment.
In quieter moments, wander the halls and ponder the permanent contemporary art collection, featuring pieces by renowned artists such as Roseline Granet, Ed Paschke, Sideo Fromboluti and Nora Speyer.
Eat & Drink at Park Hyatt Paris – Vendôme
Get set for tapas and signature cocktails at the popular, inviting terrace at Café Jeanne - a haven any time of year. At Michelin-starred restaurant Pur’ (by Jean François Rouquette), try the abalone marinated in aged mirin, or ‘Japwagyu’ beef smoked with grape vine shoot. Pur’s awe-inspiring open kitchen lifts the veil on the not-so-behind-the-scenes passion that the formidable team brings to the table each day. Prefer an even closer, more intimate look and a longer foodie conversation? Why not consider booking a chef’s table. Jean François dishes, distinctively French, are enriched by tradition and local produce from Asia and Latin America. Be sure to choose the Trip Diary menu – offering a series of dishes celebrating flowers.
Cafe Jeanne Restaurant Park Hyatt Paris – Vendôme © Park Hyatt Paris – Vendôme
Ask for one (or several more!) of the delectable desserts from contemporary pastry chef Naraé Kim (twice-gold medal recipient at the World Global Pastry Chef Challenge, 2015 and 2016). Shaking up palates with her extraordinary, raw and healthy creations, Naraé is sensitive to the tastes that the different soils and terroirs can give to her completed creations. Look up Naraé’s easter eggs and yule logs.
Restaurant PUR © Park Hyatt Paris – Vendôme
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