The Cheval Blanc hotel opens its doors in Paris

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For its first address in the capital, the very prestigious Cheval Blanc hotel is set up in the old Art Deco building of the Samaritaine , quai du Louvre. It is also the first time that the great interior designer Peter Marino imagines the decoration of a hotel establishment, calling on craftsmen of excellence and artists to dress the interiors. Thus the artist Georges Mathieu signs a huge blue canvas in the lobby of the hotel, Claude Lalanne created the sublime banister of leather and bronze stairs, Philippe Anthonioz fashioned majestic chandeliers and bedside lamps in bronze and plaster.

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A true haven of peace in the heart of Paris, Cheval Blanc has 72 large rooms and suites of at least 45 m2, with a sublime view of the Pont-Neuf, with refined luxury decorated in beige and cream tones, each with its own ‘a dressing room and a large white marble bathroom where calm and serenity are invited. There are skincare products whose scent is the work of François Demachy’s nose of Dior.

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On the seventh floor face Le Tout-Paris, a Parisian brasserie with a view of the Pont-Neuf and the Eiffel Tower, as well as the Italian restaurant Langosteria, famous in Milan for its famous King crab, which have a terrace with a view exceptional. On the ground floor, near the entrance hall, Limbar offers an original menu around bread, produced by the hotel’s pastry chef, Maxime Frédéric. The starred chef Arnaud Donckele, meanwhile, inaugurates his new gourmet restaurant, Plénitude, on the first floor.

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In the basement hides a sublime Dior spa, designed as an apartment with 6 exclusive suites, as well as a fitness room and a magnificent swimming pool, ideal for relaxing. With so many arguments to sed


Sean Mitchell

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