Mandarin Oriental Paris Suites designed by Sybille de Margerie

Mandarin Oriental, Paris introduced 39 elegant suites, designed by French interior designer Sybille de Margerie. The Luxurious Suites include seven duplex suites located on the seventh and eighth floors of the hotel, each with their own private terraces with views of the rooftops and monuments of Paris.

Each suite was imagined by Sybille de Margerie as a work of haute-couture style with luxury materials and oriental influences skillfully woven throughout.

For a stunning panoramic view of the entire Paris, take the 350 square-metre Royale Mandarin Suite, a suite split over two floors. with views of Montmartre, the Garnier Opera, the Grand Palais, the Louvre and the Madeleine.  Sybille de Margerie has used a palette of gold, white, beige and plum complemented by gilded oak, marble, lacquer, velvets and silk to create a distinctly 1930s feel. The suite features bespoke artwork including a beautifully embroidered headboard by Lesage featuring Man Ray’s Neck, a work of art that took some 650 hours to complete. Gold cabochons are scattered across the bathroom floor and the oversized bath looks out onto the glittering Eiffel Tower.  The suite also comes with a stunning terrace overlooking the Garnier Opera, where private dinners or drinks can be arranged.

Guests who book the hotel’s Suite Temptations package for three consecutive suite nights can enjoy a complimentary fourth night, plus a host of additional benefits: a complimentary fourth night, daily American breakfast for two, a spa credit of EUR 100, a special VIP welcome, complimentary internet access.