Imperial Suite

The splendid decor is pervaded with the spirit of the Emperor Napoleon, first and foremost thanks to the period furniture celebrating the Empire style in all its magnificence through pieces adorned with black lacquer, gold filigree work and precious inlays, along with damascene silk brocaded hangings graced with medallion motifs. Above and beyond the style itself, hints of imperial Paris can also be glimpsed on the other side of the Seine, with the gold dome of the Invalides housing the tomb of Napoleon. From the fifth floor, the delightful private balcony affords a chance to admire at leisure Eiffel Tower, the glass roof of the Grand Palais and the steeple of Notre-Dame, as the great Parisian classic landmarks steal the show from Napoleonic monuments…

Red shades, handpicked antiques, a private bar, a wine cellar stocked with Grand Cru wines, a herringbone-patterned wooden flooring, precious fabrics, a spacious dressing room… The atmosphere of this 118 sq.m. suite is truly magical and can be adjusted as the fancy takes you by means of the interactive tablet. The Carrara marble bathroom has a bathtub, an Italian-style shower as well as twin vanity sinks. The Imperial Suite may be arranged to communicate with the Premier Junior Suite. 

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