Le Burgundy Boutique Hotel

Archaic elegance encounters contemporary luxury beauty in one of Paris’ historical buildings with an address of enviable reputation. We present Le Burgundy boutique hotel, located where the Rue Duphot meets the Rue Sait-Honore and is the ideal ‘pied a terre’ in the Golden Triangle of Champs Elysees- Madeleine- Opera. After a closure for refurbishment in January 2008, with investments topping 60 million euros, Le Burgundy’s majestic façade has truly been restored to its glory days.

The designer’s challenge was always to engineer an atmosphere of authenticity and discretion while conveying the spirit of bygone years of luxury and high class living. The Boutique hotel, specifically designed to cater to the needs of discerning travellers, features luxury suites, private terraces with views over the rooftops of Paris, a swimming pool and luxurious spa. To entice your senses, a Michelin-starred restaurant and a bar run by Chef Pierre Rigothier is always on the menu, with diverse selection of champagnes and cognacs to sparkle that moment.

Simplicity meets the eye, and with rich warm colours and tantalising textures reflecting the authentic ambiance of a Parisian boutique hotel, it’s a boutique hotel with grand designs. The hotel’s service combines efficiency with warm personal engagement thanks to a highly qualified staff team.

The sophistication of the hotel’s 51 guest rooms and 8 suites inspires a restful setting to indulge in. The rooms feature earthy tones with splashes of blue, green, fuschia and bronze tones. The Suites carry the names of the most prestigious Parisian neighbourhoods: Royale, Tuileries, Malesherbes, Vendome, Saint-Honore, Madeleine, Opere and so on.., and the Presidential suite enjoys the privacy of an entire floor with its own direct lift access.

The Le Burgundy Boutique hotel is a truly luxury beauty found at Paris’ most enviable address.

For Reservations please visit: www.leburgundy.com/

Hamyar

Hamyar

In-House Editor

To say Hamyar has traveled would be something of an understatement. His passion for travelling has taken him from Tanzania to Dubai and an enviable number of places between, and the memories he captures always make for interesting reading. As well as travel, other subjects which fall into his expert remit include culture, design, fashion and cars – in other words, a born globetrotting who is destined for great things if his aspirations so far are anything to go by.

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