Set up in one of the most prestigious living quarters of Paris, along the Parc Monceau and few steps away from the Champs Elysées, the Hotel du Collectionneur provides the most refined story, a proud historic heritage monument where art deco chic mingles with the taste of an unparalleled luxury of a special nature.
Visitors discover a culture of service reflecting the Parisian lifestyle and a fine French heritage. With large windows offering a panoramic view over the Eiffel Tower, the hotel with its Andalusian garden, the 478 rooms and 59 suites including 33 private terraces overlooking the capital of the luxury combines comfort and elegance.
What makes the Hotel le Collectionneur an exclusive experience is the carve in the imposing site of the Rue de Courcelles 1930s style inspired by the designer Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann archives and the large ocean liners. An admirable collection of works of art, sculptures, consoles, marbles, bronze armchairs, mosaics and frescoes are arranged in the common areas of this vast seven levels hotel.
Along the fruit of labor and impressive research, one can only savor unforgettable moments at the foot of the majestic Arc de Triomphe, renew their strength and spirit at the Mosaic SPA with nearly 400m² dedicated to divine well-being and relaxation. The spa, completely covered with mosaics, also offers a fitness cure combining vitamins and oligo-elements. Sports coaches concoct tailor-made sessions in the Parc Monceau nearby and state of the art cardio training machines.
Then how not to succumb to the delicacy of the Safran cuisine from the chef Joël Veyssière, formerly accomplished at the Clos Longchamp. In a chocolate vermeil setting that looks like a little cozy brewery from the 1990s seen by architect and interior designer Jacques Garcia, Veyssière goes through ongoing efforts to give to the Hotel le Collectionneur a greedy identity.
In short, there are real emotions, an establishment that seeks and pushes forward in style. The Hotel le Collectionneur is a nice invitation in time where opulence and countenance fuse with allures. This cultural journey in the art deco world surprises the connoisseurs by the meticulous work, Rio’s rosewood, Macassar ebony, ceramics, galuchat, Oriental granite, and furniture by Jacques Garcia, an enchanted Parisian Art deco experience.