To add a Royal touch to the hotel decoration, floral craftsman Baptiste Pitou was selected to embellish the facade and common areas with fresh and delicately perfumed flowers. In the lobby, a spectacular tree, shaped like a giant snowball with bronze details, will be installed by ground-breaking lighting sculptor, Sylvie Maréchal.
In addition, the Art Bookstore will carry an exclusive selection of original presents for guests to give, or receive. Quirky cups, cozy plaids, scented candles and the iconic Parisian cashmere berets are some of the Val Monceau Gifts that will certainly find their way under the Christmas tree.
The Ski Resort - Val Monceau
The patio of Le Royal Monceau - Raffles Paris has become a ski resort until mid-February, offering guests a trip to the mountains without having to leave Paris! To enjoy the winter season outdoors, Le Royal Monceau invites you to sit comfortably in one of the gondolas placed on the central terrace covered by snow or take refuge in the wood cabins covered with warm fur throws. This winter escape in the heart of Paris will serve as an on-mountain lodge where guests can take a break and enjoy a glass of Champagne from the brand new cuvée of Maison Veuve Clicquot, Extra Brut Extra Old, or from its emblematic cuvée Carte Jaune. This cuvée will perfectly pair with 3 unique signature cocktails imagined by Head Bartender, Nicola Battafarano. It will be difficult not to succumb to the truffle hotdog or smoked salmon waffles, as well as to the "Adorables," delicious, savory macarons from Pierre Hermé Paris, sublime and unexpected sweetness with foie gras, white truffle or caviar. The Maison Fusalp, the winter apparel specialist, will also bring the final touch from the Alps to this ephemeral ski resort. A collection of unique Sport-Chic pieces will be available to guests who are sensitive to cold weather yet want to remain stylish!
My Royal Cocooning, My Blend by Clarins
To help guests face winter with great serenity, Le Royal Monceau - Raffles Paris and its Spa My Blend by Clarins are pleased to present a new package, "My Royal Cocooning," entirely dedicated to comfort and wellbeing. Conceived as a delicious moment of indulgence, "My Royal Cocooning" includes a yoga lesson, followed by a massage or a body or face treatment, and a tasty Pierre Hermé break at Bar Long.
"My Royal Cocooning" includes: a one-hour Yoga lesson, a massage or a one-hour Clarins body treatment or a 30-minute Clarins face treatment, use of Spa facilities (swimming pool, sauna, hammam, fitness center, etc.), a beauty case with three travel-size Clarins or My Blend products, a tasty break at Bar Long (a hot beverage paired with one of the exclusive Pierre Hermé pastries).
The Bûche de Noël "Cristal"
Pierre Hermé will delight guests with an exclusive and immaculately white Christmas creation, an ode to the colors and textures of the snow-capped mountains of the Alps. The Bûche de Noël "Cristal" is composed of a crunchy chestnut shortbread base made with Corsican chestnut flour, a layer of moist chestnut cake, a tender chestnut mousse and a light rose-flavored mascarpone cream made to satisfy your guests for Christmas and transport them to the slopes.
The Royal Afternoon Tea, By Pierre Hermé
Available every afternoon at the emblematic Bar Long of the Parisian Palace, this new break reinvents the timeless tradition of Afternoon Tea. Guests will be able to try a selection of gastronomic tea sandwiches with sun-ripened vegetables, anchovy enhanced tuna fillets and Grisons beef meat wrapped in vetch leaf. To close this moment of sweetness and sharing, guests will be invited to discover a generous buffet, full of surprises. With modern madeleines with a tasty heart, gourmet cakes featuring the house's "Fetish" flavors, fruit pies, and crunchy shortbread biscuits, the Afternoon Tea essentials, imagined by Pierre Hermé, are not to be missed.
A Magical Stay, The Philharmonie de Paris
To live the magic of Christmas, Le Royal Monceau offers a romantic stay including a concert at the Philharmonie de Paris and a royal afternoon tea! Guests can select the date of their outing based on the calendar of performances scheduled at the Orchestra of Paris:
- December 6th and 7th: With the violinist Isabelle Faust, Schönberg's Concerto becomes pure as crystal and the work of Strauss shows with a seizing realism a day spent in the Alps.
- December 13th and 14th : A Slavic program of pure pleasure with the brilliance of Lutoslawski's Concerto for Orchestra, the bewitching lyricism of Tchaikovsky and the typical flavors of Dvorák's music.
- December 21st and 22nd: A musical meditation on life after death by Edward Elgar, all the more striking with the interpretation of the mezzo Magdalena Kozená.
Music lovers will continue the experience with a night in the most contemporary of all Palaces and will have the chance to enjoy the new Royal Afternoon Tea by Pierre Hermé at Bar Long.
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