Located a few steps from Paris’ celebrated Arc de Triomphe, within the city’s golden triangle, the once traditional Hotel Vernet Champs Elysées has been transformed by Paris-based architect François Champsaur into a sleek new 50-room boutique hotel. Housed in a post-Haussmann building that dates from 1917, the exterior is the embodiment of Parisian charm, which complements the fresh modernity that lies within. Among the facilities is an avant-garde restaurant that is housed under an ornate glass dome, designed by legendary civil engineer Gustave Eiffel, while the hotel’s in-house concierge service can provide guidance on the ideal Parisian experience.
Spanning between 22 and 100 square meters, the 50 rooms and suites all feature either king-size or twin beds, as well as a bathroom in Carrere marble, wood, brass, and mosaic. While the 30- to 35-square-meter Deluxe Room and the 40-square-meter Prestige Room can be combined to form one larger apartment, the 45-square-meter Executive Suite boasts a lounge area and the 52- to 75-square-meter Prestige Suite and 100-square-meter Presidential Suite each have separate living rooms. Some of the Prestige Suites also play host to private terraces, while the Presidential Suite includes two bedrooms and two bathrooms.
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