The Peninsula Paris Hotel, Paris - Not Just Travel

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Welcome to The Peninsula Paris Hotel

The Peninsula Paris Hotel The Peninsula Hotels makes its grand entrance into Europe with The Peninsula Paris, the ultimate Parisian Palace opening in August 2014. Five years in the making, some of Frances finest artisans were hand-picked to undertake the restoration of this historical building once the house of European royal families. From the building faade to interior elements including fine marble, rich wood panelling and gold leaf finishing, the result is the ultimate in French craftsmanship. The Peninsula houses 200 luxurious rooms, including 34 suites, which are among the most spectacular in the city.

Location
Perfectly situated Avenue Kleber, just steps from the Arc de Triomphe, The Peninsula sits in the heart of Paris within walking distance of some of the worlds most famous monuments, museums and luxury shopping districts

Rooms
The Deluxe room can accommodate up to 3 adults and is approximately 45 m2 with a king size bed. Delicately furnished with luxury touches, Deluxe rooms offer an instant feeling of entering a Parisian apartment, with sumptuous marble bathrooms and a separate dressing area. The Deluxe suite is 85m2 with a separated living room and dressing room, located from the 1st to the 5th floor and can accommodate up to 3 adults

Restaurant
Breakfast, lunch and dinner is available at this hotel. The Peninsula Paris offers six dining outlets, including the signature classic The Lobby, a feature of every Peninsula hotel. The Kleber Terrace is one of the largest outdoor dining terraces in Paris. The rooftop restaurant LOiseau Blanc sits on the 6th floor, serving contemporary French cuisine and panoramic views over the surrounding neighborhood. Paying tribute to The Peninsulas Asian heritage is LiLi, the hotels Chinese restaurant, serving signature Peninsula Cantonese cuisine.

Exterior
The Peninsula Paris is located in an early 20th century classic French building with Haussman and Neo-classic details which first opened as the Hotel Majestic in 1908. Steeped in history, the property has been meticulously restored and discreetly modernized with the ultimate in 21st century convenience. The historical facade was restored by twenty stonemasons by hand, with a cascade of flowers taking three weeks of work.

Lobby
This hotel has a very large lobby
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