A short distance from the Champs-Élysées and Triangle d’Or fashion district, Hotel de Berri preserves the Parisian essence of art de vivre.

Hotel de Berri, a Luxury Collection offering, has opened its doors in the French capital to boast attributes charateristic of the Parisian way of life. Styled by Philippe Renaud, the property has 75 guestrooms; the Italian restaurant, Le Schiap; and cocktail bar, Le Bizazz.

Situated on Rue de Berri, the spot occupies premium real estate within a locality that has  been home to aristocrats, royals, and the French elite since the 19th century. The venue’s 3,000 square feet of preserved landscaped garden continues to guard its illustrious past.

From Salvador Dali to Coco Chanel, the place draws inspiration from the Decorative Arts period which includes famed painters and stylists alike. Delivering interiors with a purpose, Hotel de Berri brings to life the art de vivre ethos once popularised in the heart of Paris.

Throughout the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, the place served as a private mansion which hosted such luminaries as Princess Mathilde and fashion designer, Elsa Schiaparelli. Celebrating a storied heritage, the getaway tells tales of old through its rooms and spaces.

“Hotel de Berri embodies sophistication and glamour. It opens doors to exceptional cultural offerings for which we are known. We’re thrilled to welcome explorers to a truly indigenous Parisian experience,” said Anthony Ingham, Global Brand Leader of The Luxury Collection.

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