Mandarin Oriental, Paris has launched its newest signature suite, The Parisian Apartment. At 430sqm it is one of the largest hotel suites in Paris. The whole-floor suite, complete with a Michelin-star dining experience and other delectable treats, is now open.
Designed by French agency Gilles & Boissier as a chic, single-level Haussmann-style Paris residence, The Parisian Apartment includes four elegant bedrooms and bathrooms, an expansive reception area, bright dining room and fully equipped kitchen.
For this newest suite, landscape designers Christophe Gautrand & Associates have imagined an authentic 230 square-metre Parisian terrace inspired by French gardens.
The suite boasts spectacular 230 square-metre terracelaidwithBrazilian walnut, while red cedar embrasures within the apartments often the distinction between indoor and outdoor spaces. Inspired by French gardens, design agency Christophe Gautrand & Associés has created several different environments on the terrace that can be adapted easily to changing desires and seasons thanks to mobile tree planters. The landscape designers have selected a wide variety of plants and trees, such as magnolia, Japanese maple, hornbeam, climbing hydrangea, fern and star jasmine, to create a lush, peaceful haven.
A spectacular opportunity to enjoy the two-Michelin-star skills of Chef Thierry Marx in privacy is also available to guests who book The Parisian Apartment. Using the suite’s kitchen, Chef Marx will prepare a bespoke gourmet experience for up to eight people. Served in the suite’s dining room or on the private terrace, the exquisite menu will be paired with the finest Grands Crus selected by the hotel’s Chef Sommelier David Biraud, World Vice-Champion of Sommellerie.