Duc de Morny Suite

A cozy fireside experience of Paris… Happy moments to be enjoyed serenely here, nestled on the taupe velvet sofa while admiring the marble fireplace, a unique privilege. Directly opposite, the majestic trees of the Avenue Gabriel provide tantalizing glimpses of the glass roof of the Grand Palais, depending on the season. Before the joyfully leaping flames, afternoon tea is more delicious than ever, although the chef’s pastries are a treat for sweet-toothed guests in both summer and winter! Designed like an authentic apartment, the generously sized suite features exceptionally high ceilings. Matt black-lacquered beechwood furniture, some of them gilded, velvet-clad lampshades, rare pieces sourced from the finest Parisian antique dealers, contemporary works of art bearing prestigious names: the decor tells a story in each and every detail. A hidden door leading from the bedroom to the entrance even permits an incognito exit, just like in novels…

Designed like an authentic 115 sq.m. apartment, this suite provides a lounge area with a dining table and a bedroom with a large dressing room. Bathed in natural light, the Carrara marble bathroom is fitted with a bathtub, an Italian-style shower and twin vanity sinks

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2 Michelin stars for La Voile restaurant

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