2nd Arrondissement, Paris
Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme
A slice of chic tranquility on the Right Bank
What it is
An quietly elegant hotel in a coveted location
What it isn't
A textbook Parisian palace.
What we think
The Park Hyatt occupies five 19th-century buildings between the Place Vendôme and the Opéra Garnier. But the old-world exterior conceals a much more contemporary vibe within. Designed by Ed Tuttle, famous for his work with Amanresorts, the interiors are crisp and minimalist, an orderly mix of limestone, mahogany and marble in all shades of beige. The 153 rooms, adorned in silk, wood and bronze, have a sensual ambiance that’s romantic in a contemporary way (as opposed to the Rococo fantasies of some of its rivals). There’s a spa and well-equipped workout facility, plus four restaurants, including Pur, a Michelin' starred fine dining restaurant with an open kitchen. Though the prime shopping of the Rue de la Paix is right outside the front door, guests also have access to 10 Vendôme, a luxury consulting company whose personal shoppers will bring you clothes to try on in-suite. In short, the Park Hyatt is less traditional than the other top choices in Paris, but no less luxurious.
You're here because
You value sleek and modern over traditional and frou-frou.
Walking into Michelin-starred Pur’, you take a seat at the Chef’s Table overlooking the spacious open kitchen where renowned chef Jean-François Rouquette is working his magic on what is sure to be an unforgettable meal.
The heart of the 2nd arrondissement, between Place Vendôme and the Opéra Garnier.
Restaraunts & Bars
La Cheminée - Breakfast, light meals and snacks. Afternoon tea is a tradition
Sens - Bringing together regional products, freshly picked fruit and vegetables and a selection of cheeses and artisanal charcuterie
Le Pur' - 1 Michelin Star French cuisine carefully curated by renowned chef Jean-François Rouquette