Mandarin Oriental Welcomes Paris Property

New hotel features two restaurants, a cake shop and a live cooking counter supervised by chef Thierry Marx By: Emily McManus
 A rendering of the bar at Mandarin Oriental Paris // © 2011 Mandarin Oriental Paris
 A rendering of the bar at Mandarin Oriental Paris // © 2011 Mandarin Oriental Paris

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Mandarin Oriental Paris
www.mardarinoriental.com/paris

On June 28, the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group recently announced the opening of the Mandarin Oriental Paris. The hotel boasts some of the largest guestrooms in Paris, and all accommodations feature Parisian and oriental design elements.

All of the 138 guestrooms include floor-to-ceiling windows and a select few have terraces viewing the hotel’s inner courtyard. A range of suites are offered, each featuring unique artistic touches and decorated with photographs by Man Ray and Ali Mahdavi. The Mandarin Suite takes up the top two floors and includes amenities such as private dining terraces and expansive views of the city.

The property boasts a number of dining facilities with two restaurants, a live cooking counter, a bar, a cake shop and a garden with a variety of seating options, all supervised by award-winning chef Thierry Marx. Devoted to well-being and relaxation, the Spa at Mandarin Oriental Paris offers holistic experiences for clients. One of the city’s largest hotel spas, the Spa features seven private suites, a large indoor pool and a fitness center. The hotel also has meeting facilities that incorporate the latest technology.

To celebrate its launch, the hotel is offering a J’aime Paris package for stays through Aug. 28. Rates start at $1,110 per night and include a $435 credit per room and a $725 credit per suite that can also be redeemed at the hotel’s spa and restaurants.

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