Jean-François Legaret, the Mayor of Paris’ first
arrondissement joined senior executives from Mandarin Oriental
Hotel Group and Société Foncière Lyonnaise earlier this week to
officiate at the opening of Mandarin Oriental, Paris.
ceremony and ribbon cutting marked the official debut of the new
138-room hotel located on famed rue Saint Honoré.
To celebrate its opening,
Mandarin Oriental, Paris is offering an introductory J’aime Paris
promotion. Available from 17 July to 28 August 2011 each
reservation includes a cash credit of EUR 300 for any room
reservation, or EUR 500 for suite reservations. These credits can
be redeemed on rooms or at the spa, bar or one of the restaurants.
A minimum length of stay may be required on certain dates.
Mandarin Oriental, Paris is
located in the heart of the
city’s entertainment and high-end retail districts, offering easy
access to all major tourist sites and the city’s business centre.
The architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte supervised the renovation of
the building, facade and patio. Sybille de Margerie imagined the
interior design and decoration of the rooms, spa and public
spaces, while Patrick Jouin and Sanjit Manku lent their talent to
the bar and restaurants. The hotel's indoor garden of oriental
inspiration was created by Wilmotte & Associés, in association
with the landscape artists François Neveux and Bernard Rouyer.
Philippe Leboeuf, General
Manager of Mandarin Oriental, Paris, said, “I am very proud to be
at the helm of this wonderful ship, and to carry the values of
Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group. A hotel is most importantly about
those who work there, and we are extremely honoured to have been
able to recruit a wonderful team, diverse both in culture and
professional background. We look forward to bringing Mandarin
Oriental’s levels of award-winning service to Paris.”
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