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Hôtel Particulier Villeroy Opens

Hôtel Particulier Villeroy Opens
Written by Amy

Now open, Hôtel Particulier Villeroy is an exclusive new Parisian hotel located in the prestigious Golden Triangle, setting a new standard of luxury and service in the French capital. It is the first hotel from The Collection – a unique portfolio of landmark and statement villas, private residences and hotels in the world’s top retreat and cities destinations including Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, Saint Barths, Courchevel, London and now Paris, along with upcoming projects in New York and Los Angeles.

Hôtel Particulier Villeroy is ideally situated on Rue Jean Goujon, in Paris’ 8th arrondissement, next to Avenue Montaigne and Avenue George V. The building in which the hotel sits was once a private mansion, dating back to 1908. It is now listed as a “Monument Historique” – historic monument – and has undergone extensive renovations to create an intimate boutique hotel, offering guests an experience of service, warmth, comfort and amenities that elude many of the finest hotels.

The hotel features a beautiful neoclassical cut stone façade located in a picturesque street and embodies the feeling of a private home that promises guests exceptional privacy and comfort. The interior combines the hotel’s history with modern Parisian touches, and features Calacatta marble fireplaces, ornate cast-iron railings on the stairway and a sophisticated colour palette of natural tones, relishing the building’s expansive layout and high ceilings.

Comprised of just 11 guest apartments, suites and rooms, thoughtful floor layouts enable guests to occupy entire floors of the mansion should they wish. It is also possible to reserve the entire property should this be preferred.

All centred around a magnificent internal atrium, there are two spacious Apartments, two Grand Premier Suites, three Premier Suites and four Premier Rooms. In each room, guests will find bespoke furniture made by Italian furniture brand Promemoria, handmade Vispring beds, Rivolta Carmignani Italian linen as well as duvets and pillows from French brand Drouault.

Service at the hotel exclusively rests in the hands of a dedicated team of butlers, who will offer an ultra-personalised service. The versatile butlers will act as personal assistants and cater to all guest’s needs at any time of day or night.

Hôtel Particulier Villeroy’s restaurant, Trente-Trois, is led by Michelin-starred chef Sebastien Sanjou. Residents can savour the most refined French cuisine in a sophisticated and intimate setting. In this chic Parisian restaurant, Chef Sanjou offers an elegant and contemporary cuisine that combines simple yet harmonious flavours using locally sourced fresh ingredients whilst the sommelier offers an impressive wine and champagne list, including some rare vintage bottles.

With its fireplace, mood lighting and cosy sofas, Bar Jean Goujon is an opulent salon with the building’s original golf leaf moulding and evokes the seduction of an exclusive members’ club. Guests can enjoy a classic cocktail reimagined by the expert mixologist, a glass of champagne, or be tempted by one of the most unique Japanese whiskey selections in Paris.

Hôtel Particulier Villeroy has announced an exclusive partnership with French brand L’Officine Universelle Buly 1803 for Spa Villeroy. Buly’s co-founder, Victoire de Taillac, has created organic essential oils and four facial treatments. Spa Villeroy also features two treatment rooms, sauna, hammam, Jacuzzi, hydrotherapy shower and a private, heated relaxation terrace. Alongside the spa is a 45 sqm fitness room with state-of-the-art Technogym equipment and is available for guests 24/7, along with personal trainers. The restaurant, bar and spa are exclusively reserved for residents of the Hotel Particulier Villeroy.

Room rates start from €1,060 per night on a B&B basis in low season.
For more information and booking, please visit www.hotelvilleroy.com

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