Hotels in France will be our main theme today, more specifically the Hôtel Plaza Athénée and his wonders! Take this hotel journey with us!
You may want to take a look at the hotel that appeared in the movie Sex and the City! The Hôtel Plaza Athénée has elegance and glamour in every corner. But, besides that, the city views are the most iconic.
This hotel is a known member of the Dorchester Collection, which is a very important detail because of its owner, the Sultan of Brunei. It is located on the amazing and luxurious Avenue Montaigne, and this means that it’s surrounded by stores like YSL, Chanel, or Louis Vuitton. If you decided to stay in this place, you’ll find nearby the high-end theatres and cabarets of the “, Golden Triangle”, which are the Crazy Horse and the Théâtre Champs-Élysées.
Now let’s talk a little bit more about the Hôtel Plaza Athénée and what secrets he holds. When you first look at it, you can see outstanding red awnings and geraniums.
Inside it, you’ll understand that all decor touches the 17th-century Versaille style and Art Deco details, with a soft modern touch.
In the rooms, there will several grand Versailles-style portraits, carpets, and chandeliers. All the fabrics and fixtures have a modern touch in the finish. The balcony bedrooms have an amazing view over the city, including the Eiffel Tower of course.
The bathrooms are clad in dark or light marble, and they have powerful showers and/or deep tubs. Once again, that Versailles touch is here!
Within the restaurant, Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée, wood paneling, immense chandeliers, and columns differ from the modern silver banquette.
Once you enter this magnificent hotel, the Dior spa feels more like a showroom than a retreat. Because of its artwork on the walls and a wanting area!
An important detail to say here is that all the guests can choose a Dior scent that they would like to have in their treatment rooms.
Hotels in France have everything, but this one, in particular, has everything and a bit more! Elegance, glamour, luxury, comfort, all reunited in one place, the Hôtel Plaza Athénée.
Credits to: The Telegraph UK