Park Hyatt Paris Vendome

Paris, France

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    Fresh-faced luxury on Place Vendôme

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    Fresh-faced luxury on Place Vendôme

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    Fresh-faced luxury on Place Vendôme

Why we choose Park Hyatt Paris Vendome

The first contemporary palace in Paris doesn’t skimp on traditional luxuries like fine art and tailor-made linens

  • A six-meter “wine wall” marks the entrance of Le Pur
  • Trend-setting in-suite spa concept in the three presidential suites
  • The concierges use a remarkable network to book the unbookable

News flash: The City of Light can be crowded, noisy and—gasp!—rude. While there isn’t enough space in War and Peace to list all of the wonderful things about Paris, it’s also crucial to have a tranquil retreat when you need to recharge. Which must be why the people behind Park Hyatt Paris Vendôme designed a hotel to be exactly that.

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The in-suite spa rooms are original and so special.

What you need to know about the hotel

Vendôme really does reflect the Parisian lifestyle, with attention-grabbing sights, inside and out

  • Draw the privacy curtain and dig into a customized feast at the chef’s table in Michelin-starred Le Pur’ restaurant
  • The hotel’s enviable 200-piece collection of contemporary art originals features the works of French and international masters
  • Materials like Paris stone, mahogany and an onyx waterwall preview the indulgence behind the 800-square-foot spa

Vendôme gives you five-star luxury with a modern sensibility, a definite change of pace from the city’s line-up of old world luxury hotels. The 156 guestrooms—nearly one-third of which are suites—have elegance down to a science, with custom-designed fabrics, a neutral color palette and un-fussy furnishings. Even the architecture is a low-key mix of contemporary and French classicism.

The hotel has an intimate atmosphere that defines its character. For example, we love that even when the restaurants are located in very public sections—like the middle of the hotel or a courtyard—there are elements like colonnades, gilded ceilings and perfectly positioned fireplaces that make the spaces feel cozy.

Where is it and what's nearby

The hotel gives you “Paris as you like it” with access to the city’s most in-demand sights and experiences

  • Tour the ever-popular Louvre in near privacy by visiting on Wednesday and Friday evenings, when it stays open until 9:45 pm
  • Give your credit cards a workout on Avenue Montaigne (haute couture) and nearby Place Vendôme (jewelry)
  • Sightsee the Parisian way, with the hotel’s complimentary bicycles complete with a chef-prepared picnic

Perched on the famous Rue de la Paix, Vendôme has some of the best real estate in the capital city. Here, you’re just a short stroll from Place Vendôme, the Opera House and the exclusive shops on Faubourg St. Honoré. But let’s go back to Place Vendôme for a minute. Right off Rue de la Paix, the hotel’s namesake street is where you’ll find one of the most celebrated sections of Paris, with prestigious shops like Boucheron, Chaumet, Van Cleef & Arpels, Cartier, Guerlain and Chanel waiting for you to drop by.

How to enjoy Paris

From the iron pinnacle of the Eiffel Tower, to the white stone domes of the Sacre Coeur and the multi-colored pipes of the Centre Pompidou, Paris is not short of iconic and instantly recognizable architecture

  • The Louvre is a must, though be warned it is staggeringly huge, you could easily spend a day, a week, mooching through its echoing galleries
  • For art on a more intimate scale, visit the Musée Rodin: the sculptor’s exquisite mansion is home to The Kiss and sits within gorgeous gardens
  • Head out of town to visit the Château de Versailles where the treaty that ended the First World War was signed in the lavish Hall of Mirrors

To feel the essence of Parisian romance, explore the winding, lantern-lit streets of the Marais, and sample the menus of Art Deco bistros and restaurants that twinkle below their Michelin stars. For cobbled alleys and stairways you’ll want to photograph, head to Montmartre. When your feet begin to complain, continue sightseeing from the comfort of a Bateau Mouche and enjoy the river-eye view of Nôtre Dame and Pont Neuf.

To truly indulge in the art and joy of shopping, you really need to step inside the Galeries Lafayette. The wares of this upmarket department store are stunning, but browsing can be tough when your eyes keep being drawn to the fabulous domed atrium and lavish balconies. For prêt-à-porter chic, head to rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, where you’ll find France’s leading fashion labels including Chanel, Hermès and Dior.

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    When to visit Paris

    Visit in July to witness the spectacle of the Tour de France when the city’s most famous street, les Champs-Élysées is transformed into a race track for lycra-clad skinny men. The party atmosphere throughout the city is palpable – the French love their cycling – and the final stage of the greatest cycle race on earth is celebrated by all.

  • We say

    A young vibe throughout the hotel—guests and décor.

  • You must know

    You’ll have to get your gourmet fix elsewhere in August, when the elite Le Pur’ restaurant closes for nearly the entire month.

  • We say

    Great location on Place Vendôme but without the snobbery of some neighbors.


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When you book with us

Because of our special relationship with Park Hyatt Paris Vendome, we include these exclusive benefits when you book through Protravel:

  • Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
  • Daily full breakfast for up to two in-room guests
  • USD $100 equivalent food & beverage credit to be utilized during stay
  • Complimentary one-way private airport transfer for all stays of 3 nights or more on Park Deluxe room category or higher

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