Hotel Cheval Blanc Paris is another five-star hotel from the LVMH group, which also includes a Dior SPA. The new luxury unit is located in the renovated art-déco building of the historic La Samaritaine department stores', in the heart of the city of light.


Paris has been reborn once again, countering the pandemic with luxurious novelties that chase away any dark clouds. After a year and a half closed in on itself, the French capital has once again opened up to the World and the LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton SE group has seized the moment for two major inaugurations. In June, the holding company that owns brands such as Louis Vuitton, Dior and Tiffany, or the winery Château Cheval Blanc and the Maison de Champagne Moët & Chandon reopened the historic La Samaritaine shop, which houses the most exclusive brands desired by the most exclusive tourists. Already on 7 September, it gifted the city of light with the fifth unit of the Cheval Blanc hotel, right next to Samaritaine, in the renovated art-déco building near the Pont Neuf.

After Courchevel, St. Tropez, St. Barths and the Maldives Islands, the hotel unit of LVHM's "white horse" adds even more value to the centre of Paris. In total, there are 26 rooms and 46 suites - ranging from 45 square metres to 1000 square metres - with views of the Seine River and daily rates starting at €1,200. Everything has been thought through in detail, as is the case with the works of art unrivalled beauty that describe the most exclusive suite. Among them, the stairs designed by the French sculptor Claude Lalanne stand out.

The interior design is by the American architect Peter Marino. Andy Warhol's New York flat was his solo project in 1978, quickly conquering the world and addressing premium aesthetics like almost no other. Marino also signs the Dior Spa Cheval Blanc Paris, with six suites dedicated to skin treatments. There are 48 proposals and a professional care line made up of 13 formulas. In addition, there is a 30-metre-long underground pool, with video screens distributed along one wall, reproducing the exact same view of the Seine, the boats and the bridges seen from the ground floor.

In the new mecca of Parisian luxury, gastronomy has not been neglected either and, in Cheval Blanc Paris, there are four restaurants, one of them led by chef Arnaud Donckele, who holds three Michelin stars. On the seventh floor, alongside the excellent menu, the space of Milanese chef Enrico Buonocore offers a privileged view of the surrounding area. On the horizon, as well as the Seine, Notre Dame and the Eiffel Tower paint an irresistible backdrop, feeding the dream and the desire to return.



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