The beautiful Belle Epoque building, constructed 1889, is uplifted into a magnificent signature of indulgence and style by renowned designer Fiona Thompson of Richmond International.

Housing the Hilton Paris Opera hotel, formerly known as the Concorde, this enchanting $50 million refurbishment weaves the past and the potential of this space into a chic, modern design.

Located in the popular St. Lazare district of Paris – abounding in restaurants and boutiques – this luxury hotel promises a sinful romance with the finer things in life.

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In true French style, the design creates new benchmarks in opulence with its rich and elegant treatment of every surface, element and aspect of its experience on offer. From the sweeping movements of the lobby – Le Grand Salon – to the warm intimacy of Le Petit Bar, this hotel spans the needs and shades of every social occasion, accentuated by delightfully intricate original detailing and features. Taking a few majestic steps further, the hotel ballroom offers an even grander stage for life and joy, capped with four stunning crystal chandeliers from Baccarat.

The private rooms in this luxury hotel take a slightly different spin on the majestic, turning down the visual charades in favor of a more understated elegance. The generosity of scale and space, plush detailing and luxury furniture keep in step with the overall signature of this bewitching hotel, while added features such as gorgeous wall art and heated floor bathrooms make it utterly memorable.

See images of the interior below

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Published in: Commercial Spaces | Author: Laleema

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