From bright, luminous rooms and a mineral spa to the Réjane brasserie and the hushed tones of the Grand Salon, each space is an invitation to let the senses roam and emotions rise. An intimate setting scented with spices and musk, a musical atmosphere and the warm softness of velvet or tweed. Hues of blue and emerald green, precious materials and custom-made furniture and furnishings intertwine to orchestrate a lyrical and harmonious ensemble. Conviviality served with passion. The passion of Epicurean experiences and unimaginable dreams, where the art of attention to detail intuitively paves the way for mystery. Visitors wander through a world in which luxurious comforts, works of art and Parisian authenticity coexist.
SUITES AND ROOMS
A six-floor odyssey through the clouds created by the sweeping staircase or the painted mirrors of the lift whisks you up from the hustle and bustle of the ground floor to the hushed heights of the rooms and suites.
Green, raspberry, beige, blue, yellow and tawn, each private apartment reveals its own colour scheme to enhance the harmony of greys and waxed concrete. All share the same comforts of beautiful materials, dimmed wall lamps, mouldings and neoclassical wood panelling, interwoven with a thread of refinement. A lacquered wardrobe watches over an elegant desk, bearing sculptural and ceramic souvenirs from its travels in faraway lands, while heavy curtains and plush carpets provide the ultimate indulgent finishing touch to these little Haussmann lofts. To all that must be added mouldings with the appearance of claws holding back gemstone. A confidential charm, windows and balconies opened on the heart of Paris. Unique feature of the hotel, mouldings retwisted in the form of claws such as the claws holding the diamonds of a precious ring… The simplicity of the marble on the ground link with white floor and grey crackled on the wall of the bathroom allows highlighting the brass details. Having large baths or showers, they answer to internationals needs.
Directly open onto the Avenue de l’Opéra, the Brasserie Réjane is the new living place for locals and travellers. Traditional wood panelling has been given a new lease of life with blackened oak, abstract paintings and cubist-inspired tiling. Locals and travellers rub shoulders at the same table, tucking into Parisian specialities of stewed dishes or a classic breakfast of a croissant and coffee. The Brasserie Réjane provides a traditional French brasserie experience with a modern twist for posttheatre dinners, business meetings or quick stop-offs between museums.
The chef offers the essentials of brasserie while the bar displays a large selection of liquors and elixirs to discover all day long. The menu of Chef Fulvio Pischedda takes back the famous eggs mayonnaise, sea-bream tartar, duck parmentier not forgetting the inescapable pastry created by Yann Brys “Meilleur Ouvrier de France”, Opéra, Pavlova, or Crème Caramel..
Literary discussion, private tables, opera concerts, jazz... The Grand Salon invites House guests and regulars to relax in the room’s swivel armchairs around its bronze fireplace and under a silver leaf ceiling. Secluded comfort behind heavy tweed curtains that keep the world at bay. A warm explosion of paintings unfurling over the sprawling carpet and wall coverings by Florence Girette.
16 avenue de l’Opéra,
Tél : +33(0)1 42 86 10 10