Paris: the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, designed by Wilmotte & Associés

This luxury hotel combines the features of French elegance with Oriental design

by Malcolm Clark
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Located on rue Saint-Honoré, near the Tuileries Garden and the Louvre, the Mandarin Oriental Paris was designed by the French architects Wilmotte & Associés S.A. for the famous Asian chain of luxury hotels.

Created inside a period building dating back to the 1930's, the French Mandarin Oriental has eight floors around a green courtyard, designed in perfect oriental style and contains 138 rooms, 39 of which are sumptuous suites, with a view over the city.

The duplex suites in particular, covering two floors, enjoy a panoramic view of Montmartre, the Cabochons suite, with a spa, offers a glimpse of the Eiffel Tower, the Royale Orientale Europe, with its 350 square meters distributed over two floors, has terrace with the Opéra Garnier as backdrop.

The structure has a series of services, including two luxury restaurants, a bar, a cake shop, a Garden Table, a two-level spa, a gym, an indoor pool, a water park and audio visual equipment for events and meetings.