Welcome to our weekly video review on hotel suites and rooms around the world! This week’s edition features a 50-60 m2 1-bedroom park executive suite at the Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme.
The Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme is one of the (if not the) most coveted properties in the World of Hyatt network. Opened in 2002 and renovated in 2011, this grand luxury hotel offers 155 rooms, including 44 suites.
Although the building this property occupies (located in one of the chicest areas of the city) had never been a legendary hotel before, it had been the headquarters of a one of the great Parisian Haute Couture houses of the early 20th century, the House of Paquin. The architectural and design project, supervised by American architect Ed Tuttle, unites five buildings which, despite being rooted in the same historic period and consistent in terms of style, were all visually different. The sleek design allows for seamless adaptation to the existing spaces for a visually stunning result.
Here’s some images and how the property describes their Park Executive suite:
Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme offers 155 rooms, including 44 luxury suites, in a stunning historic Parisian palace near Place Vendôme. The hotel features a striking blend of contemporary architecture and classic design planned by renowned designer Ed Tuttle, with refined materials and elegant furnishings. Each bathroom includes the relaxing elements of a spa, such as limestone walls, a deep-soaking tub, rain shower, heated floors, and exclusive toiletries designed by Christophe Laudamiel. Experience the ultimate in elegance with a stay in one of our suites, designed to feel like a luxury Parisian apartment and decorated with carefully selected artworks and furnishings.
The spacious 50–60 sq m Park Executive suite presents an elegant living area with floor-to-ceiling windows and a separate bedroom with a luxurious king bed. This is a premium suite. See World of Hyatt program terms for upgrade eligibility.
Here is our video review and commentary on this suite:
This property is overall fantastic. I especially like all the art they have on display (the Ed Paschke canvasses are particularly stunning). It exudes Parisian luxury in every corner. Oh, and the breakfast is memorable too!.
As a Category 7 property, regular rooms are available from 30k points per night, while suites start at 48k points per night. With room prices going for700-800€ for a regular Park Room, and 1,400-1,800€ for the suites, the points price is definitely a good deal. Worth saving the points for!
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