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Rooms 50 /Architecture Albert Joseph Sélonier /Interior Design François Champsaur /The Original Anne Jousse
Located a few steps from Paris’ celebrated Arc de Triomphe, within the city’s golden triangle, the once traditional Hotel Vernet Champs Elysées has been transformed by Paris-based architect François Champsaur into a sleek new 50-room boutique hotel. Housed in a post-Haussmann building that dates from 1917, the exterior is the embodiment of Parisian charm, which complements the fresh modernity that lies within. Among the facilities is an avant-garde restaurant that is housed under an ornate glass dome, designed by legendary civil engineer Gustave Eiffel, while the hotel’s in-house concierge service can provide guidance on the ideal Parisian experience.
Orly Airport ORY
Food & Drink
The V: French cuisine, Bar
Spa & Recreation
Salon Treatments (in-room)
Conference & Meetings
2 Meeting Rooms
Free WiFi access
Babysitter, Early Check-in, Valet Parking
Rooms & Suites
Spanning between 22 and 100 square meters, the 50 rooms and suites all feature either king-size or twin beds, as well as a bathroom in Carrere marble, wood, brass, and mosaic. While the 30- to 35-square-meter Deluxe Room and the 40-square-meter Prestige Room can be combined to form one larger apartment, the 45-square-meter Executive Suite boasts a lounge area and the 52- to 75-square-meter Prestige Suite and 100-square-meter Presidential Suite each have separate living rooms. Some of the Prestige Suites also play host to private terraces, while the Presidential Suite includes two bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Savvy businesswoman Anne Jousse is president of B Signature Hôtels & Resorts, a family-run hotel brand that offers luxury with a human face. Jousse worked as an insurance broker for 20 years in the family business before turning towards hospitality. As travelers, the Bessé family seeks to create ideal spaces for business and leisure. Architect Philippe Maidenberg, who has worked in hotel architecture since 1995, has designed and renovated a diverse range of hotel rooms, suites, and properties around the world, including boutique hotels in Paris.
Paris’s silver-screen-chic image is epitomized in its Golden Triangle, a concentration of high-end shops and boutiques just steps away from the Arc De Triomphe that attracts a crowd of cosmo-cool internationals and Parisian fashionistas.