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By Lauren Hill | July 11 2017
Upon entering the Art Deco hotel, there’s simply no place you could be other than Paris. With Louis XVI style from acclaimed designer Pierre-Yves Rochon, dramatic floral arrangements from Jeff Leatham and as Europe’s only hotel to boast five Michelin stars among its three restaurants, it’s pure perfection. On the eighth floor, The Penthouse’s silk-upholstered walls, glossy marble floors and gilded architectural details continue the classic elegance, which sleekly hides modern technology. The pastel-and-gold colors weave their way through the rooms, ending in the showstopping conservatory. White-floral-fabric walls and scores of white orchids decorate the space, which is flooded with light from the glass walls leading to the private terrace, where views of the famed Golden Triangle’s rooftops and a superlative vista of the Eiffel Tower beg for intimate dinners.
From $26,500 per night, contact Gaëlle Houdusse, director of reservations, +33 149 527 101, fourseasons.com/paris