A rich tradition of classic hospitality, a rare brand of gastronomy and a masterful art of storytelling lie at the core of Paris’s latest hotel acquisition.
A rich tradition of classic hospitality, a rare brand of gastronomy and a masterful art of storytelling lie at the core of Paris’s latest hotel acquisition. The city of love and lights has always had the choice of restaurants, hotels and international chains catering to the most discerning clients from all of Europe and beyond.
Le Roch Hotel & Spa is positioned right next to the Place Vendôme, Opéra Garnier and Louvre. Each of its well-appointed 37 rooms opens out to a sunlit courtyard with adjoining spaces, comprising of a library, restaurant and spa. Celebrated architect Vincent Bastie has added subtle nuances to make the 19th-century heritage structure that houses Le Roch, contemporary and suited for the new age guest.
From Carrera marble to solid walnut wood flooring, Kaldewei bathtubs and basins to furniture made by Cassina, the luxuriously styled suites have their own private hammam steam baths. Spa aficionados will experience relaxation with a difference. Products from Codage, a contemporary house of French cosmetology with its wide range of cosmetics, medicines and pharmaceuticals offers signature treatment facilities that include ‘on the road again prescription’ for battling stress, jetlag and environmental changes caused by travel and hectic lifestyles. The menu is faithful to the pure French gastronomic tradition and extends to pay homage to the botanical and vegetal.
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