Hôtel de Crillon in Paris Scheduled to Reopen on July 5

MAKING A COMEBACK: After four years of renovatons, the Hôtel de Crillon in Paris is finally set to reopen on July 5.
The historic venue on Place de la Concorde, built in 1758 for King Louis XV by French architect Ange-Jacques Gabriel, will feature 124 rooms and suites alongside three historical salons. New facilities will include a spa, swimming pool and hair salon, as well as a dedicated space for men.
The hotel, part of the Rosewood Hotels and Resorts chain, enlisted contemporary architects and designers including Karl Lagerfeld, who has been commissioned to design two suites and one room, Richard Martinet, Aline d’Amman, Tristan Auer, Chahan Minassian and Cyril Vergniol.
Landscape gardener Louis Benech, who has previously worked on the Tuileries Gardens in Paris and the Water Theater Grove at the Palace of Versailles, has redesigned the hotel’s green spaces.
Christopher Hache will be returning as head chef, joined by Justin Schmitt as head of the hotel’s brasserie and Jérôme Chaucesse as pastry chef. Food will be served at the restaurant, the brasserie and bar at the heart of the hotel, as well as at the interior courtyards and winter garden.
Hache took advantage of his enforced break to go on a round-the-world trip

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Source: Women’s Wear Daily
Hôtel de Crillon in Paris Scheduled to Reopen on July 5

Hôtel de Crillon in Paris Scheduled to Reopen on July 5

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