The Royal Monceau: now, this is a palace!

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The Royal Monceau: now, this is a palace!

Opened in 1928, this palace hotel has always been popular with artists. Renovated in 2010, it reflects the Parisian lifestyle, as interpreted by designer Philippe Starck.

A few minutes walk from the Champs-Élysées is a palace hotel where Parisians like to meet up. This is a palace hotel with an urban pace. Its proximity to Parc Monceau, frequented by joggers and nannies, gives an extra something to its chic Avenue Hoche address. Starck has designed the 149 rooms and suites to be luminous white cocoons with mirrors everywhere. There may be a guitar in one room or novels next to the bar-culture and art cater to your artistic side. An Art Concierge to guide you through your Parisian cultural journey, a contemporary art gallery, an art bookshop and a 99-seat cinema are unusual and highly appreciated hotel amenities. And, because we are in Paris, the art is also culinary. At Long Bar, enjoy a Pierre Hermé pastry. Book a table at one of the hotel's two restaurants. There is the latest Nobu establishment, for contemporary Asian food, and Il Carpaccio, the only Michelin-starred Italian restaurant in Paris. Added plus: the luxurious My Blend by Clarins Spa, and the largest hotel swimming pool in the city.

Le Royal Monceau
37, avenue Hoche
75008 Paris

+33 (0)1 42 99 88 00

https://www.leroyalmonceau.com/en/

Rooms: from 788 EUR