Starwood Opens W Paris - Opera

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 6 March 2012

Starwood has opened the W Paris - Opera.

Owned by Barcelona-based Meridia Capital, the hotel is set inside a historic 1870s Haussman-era heritage building near Opera Garnier, Galeries Lafayette and Place Vendome in the eclectic, historic 9th Arrondissement in Paris.

The opening of W Paris - Opera marks a significant milestone in the W brands global expansion as it gears to enter Singapore, Thailand and China later this year.

W Paris - Opera features 91 guest rooms, including 20 suites and two Extreme Wow Suites (Ws interpretation of the Presidential Suite).

The hotels signature restaurant, Arola, marks the debut of Michelin-starred chef, Sergi Arola in France. The hotel offers spectacular views of the Opera Garnier from its ground level and mezzanine floors, including W Lounge, Ws take on the traditional lobby, a social space where visitors can sip, drink and flirt over tapas and cocktails by the hotels mixologist.

W Paris - Opera features a Sweatfitness centre, as well as meeting and event spaces.

Designed jointly by W Global Brand Design and the award-winning Rockwell Group Europe, W Paris - Opera was conceptualised to create a dynamic dialogue between the buildings historic faade, Paris as the City of Light and W Hotels DNA by infusing New Yorks dynamism and never-ending energy into the quintessentially sophisticated Parisian neighbourhood.

GCA Architects, a renowned architecture and interior design firm, also advised Meridia Capital in this project.

Rooms start from EUR340 ($474) per room per night plus VAT.

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