THE SUITE LIFE AT LE ROYAL MONCEAU
Paris remains a top destination for UAE Nationals and expats alike, seeking culture, fashion and that ever illusive European city buzz. Le Royal Monceau has launched a ‘suite offer’ that luxury aficionados will love!
Le Royal Monceau epitomizes the ‘je-ne-sais-quoi’ Parisian approach to life, offering a contemporary, yet vibrant urban haven where spontaneity, culture, art and refinement collide in a creative medley.
Each room in this property is wonderfully appointed, with each suite offering a distinct, experience of elegance and refinement. Booking a suite at Le Royal Monceau, is accompanied by an array of privileges that will elevate the stay to the upper echelons of luxury.
Guests staying in one of the suites will benefit from:
- VIP meet and greet from the plane
- VIP airport return transfers
- Daily breakfast for two
- Flexible check-in and check-out times
Since opening its doors in 1928, Le Royal Monceau has served as the rendez-vous of choice for artists, intellectuals and pleasure seekers and this epicurean ethos has merged with the hotel’s DNA and is experienced abundantly by everyone who visits the property.
Culinary excellence reigns supreme at Le Royal Monceau and there is a dining destination to suit every taste and palate, including Matsuhisa Paris- Nobu’s first restaurant in France which is a contemporary, gastronomic fusion between Asia and Latin America and, Il Carpaccio- a one Michelin Star Italian gourmet restaurant serving haute cuisine in a relaxed, sophisticated setting.
Le Royal Monceau proves an urban haven for those wishing to relax and recharge. Spa My Blend by Clarins is an ethereal white temple of sensory pleasure- the epitome of calm and elegance. The 23-meter swimming pool is the longest ever built in a Parisian luxury hotel.
The hotel’s very own Katara Cinema is a reason to rejoice for film aficionados. Once designated as “the very best private movie theatre in Europe” by Gilles Jacon, previous chairman of the Cannes film festival. It is a private 99-seat screening room, which also hosts its own Le Royal Monceau Film Club, every Sunday at 6pm. What better way to enjoy a cinematic classic than by relaxing in a leather seat, whilst sipping a glass of champagne and savoring the house’s Pierre Herme Paris caramelized popcorn.