Maintaining the Rosewood Hotels & Resorts’ concept in which each property reflects its location’s history, culture, and sensibilities. Hôtel de Crillon’s interior design has been reinterpreted through the collective work of leading architects, designers, artisans, and artists worked tirelessly to strike a deliberate and delicate balance between conservation and transformation. Today the hotel emerges as an elegant expression of the spirit of Paris and a contemporary celebration of design.
History has been brought to life with a fresh and modern twist, while beloved and unique objects emblematic to the hotel’s history can still be found throughout the property, from the amethyst chandeliers to gold and crystal Baccarat decanters.
Architect Richard Martinet led the whole restoration and renovation, including the landmark façade and grand reception rooms on the second floor, which are classified heritage landmarks.
The 124 rooms and suites in muted colors with elegant grey marble bathrooms and beautiful retro soaps and suds from Buly 1803.
Karl Lagerfeld, the renowned fashion designer, has decorated two exceptional suites called ‘Les Grands Appartements’, which carries his personal vision of French chic and modernity. Landscape architect Louis Benech, with his subtle hand, conceived Hôtel de Crillon’s whimsical courtyards. The dining area and the bars restore that elegant and chic Parisian style.