Valerie Wilson Travel

Mandarin Oriental Paris

Surrounded by the extraordinary boutiques of rue Saint-Honoré and just steps from Place Vendôme lies the city’s most vibrant hotel.

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VIP Amenity

One bottle of Champagne

Property Credit

€165 Food and Beverage Credit (excluding MOMents Restaurant)

The Property

The 138 luxurious rooms and suites at Mandarin Oriental, Paris are among the most spacious in Paris (398 sq ft). Highlights of the hotel include a tree-planted indoor garden, a choice of two restaurants, a bar and a Cake Shop under Executive Chef Thierry Marx. The peaceful setting of the Spa promotes well-being and relaxation through holistic treatments. Trained therapists perform Mandarin Oriental's exclusive well-being, beauty and massage programs as well as a selection of beauty treatments by Guerlain. The Spa, which is open to both in-house and non-in-house guests, has seven private suites, each equipped for heat and water treatments. A large indoor pool and fitness center complete the Spa services. A haven of tranquility in the heart of the city, Mandarin Oriental, Paris offers a large range of rooms and suites, including seven Duplex Suites and two Royale Suites. All the rooms feature a panoramic window, some with terrace overlooking the garden. Mandarin Oriental, Paris stands on rue Saint-Honoré, named after the patron saint of bakers and pastry-makers. Naturally therefore, the hotel has reserved a special place for pastries that are featured in Mandarin Oriental’s signature Cake Shop. A delicious treat that no fashionista can resist.

251 Rue Saint-Honoré, 75001 Paris, France

Travel Tip

Located in the center of Paris, among the city’s luxury fashion boutiques and world-class museums, and just steps away from the regal Tuileries Garden, Mandarin Oriental, Paris is in a prime spot for visiting the best the capital has to offer. Paris is known as the capital of haute couture. Rue Saint-Honoré and the streets leading from Mandarin Oriental are a world-renowned destination for designer fashion: big international labels Chanel, Lanvin, Yves Saint Laurent, and brand-new stores from Balenciaga and Schiaparelli, sit alongside smaller, lesser-known boutiques. Locals and visitors are suitably well heeled, well-coiffed and well chauffeured, and the area exudes wealth and class.