This completes a wide-ranging four-year renovation program costing over $196 million (150 million euros). These suites and rooms, beautifully decorated by Mrs. Maja Oetker, ensure a uniquely refined experience for the hotel’s discerning French and international guests.
Leading the renovations and completing Le Bristol’s eight highly prestigious Signature suites is the $1.7 million renovation of the hotel’s Royal Suite. Located on the 5th floor of the hotel with an unrestricted view over the hotel's garden, the 3,230 square-foot suite is classically decorated in a style reminiscent of an 18th-century private town house, with Louis XV and XVI-style furniture. Precious fabrics created by prestigious manufacturers including Rubelli, Mulberry, Veraseta and Canovas adorn every one of the suite's seven rooms.
The two-bedroom suite features two large lounges and a dining room with parquet flooring by Briatte, which can also be found in the Hall of Mirrors at the Château de Versailles and in the Grand Hall at the Opéra Garnier. The dining room sits up to 12 guests, who can enjoy the gastronomic cuisine of Eric Frechon, head chef of Le Bristol's three Michelin star Epicure restaurant.
The suite’s two luxurious bedrooms are comprised of patina-covered walls, highlighted with powdered gold. Its two bathrooms, featuring Crema Marfil marble from Alicante with blue cabochons from Savoie, are fitted with twin basins, a bidet, a separate shower and a hammam.
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