Hôtel Raffles Royal Monceau Paris is in Paris’s 8th district, just over a quarter mile from the Champs Elysees and the Arc de Triomphe and is on of the most coveted of the eternal city! This luxury hotel spa in Paris features a cinema room, an indoor swimming pool and a library of contemporary art books.
Featuring hand-crafted furniture designed by Philippe Starck, the spacious rooms and suites.
In a 16,200 ft² space, the Spa My Blend by Clarins includes 23 m infinity pool, the largest ever built in a Paris luxury hotel. Exclusive treatments, a fitness center, relaxation rooms including a hammam and sauna, and dedicated fitness coaches are available. The spa can be accessed directly from every floor.
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There are 2 restaurants at the hotel, which serve both French and Italian gourmet-style cuisine. Royal brunch is served on Sunday afternoons at La Cuisine, and at Il Carpaccio, the only Michelin-star Italian restaurant in Paris, you can sample Italian pastries prepared by superstar pastry chef Pierre Hermé.
Set over five floors, these beautifully sophisticated suites (including three spectacular 350sqm Presidential Suites) blend original architecture with contemporary French design. They offer a private and secure entry, a private lift and direct access to the hotel’s idyllic Spa My Blend by Clarins.
Wonderfully elegant and luxurious, yet understated and very welcoming, our Presidential Suites offer a winning combination of the discretion and space of a private apartment, underpinned by all the services of the most exciting Palace hotel in the city.
The largest suites also have a private hammam and gym (with a personal trainer) and a home cinema with next-generation technology. A sublimely skilled and creative florist is on hand to make the wildest of floral dreams come true. And – the ultimate of luxuries – a Michelin-star chef will interpret the culinary desires of every guest, day or night, to create unforgettable meals.
For business trips, multi-generational travel, shopping sprees or romantic interludes, this is the height of Parisian luxury.