The grand-Parisian-hotel feeling reigns here. The Haussmann architectural details, such as the marble colonnades, the scroll staircase, and the series of reception rooms, create a majestic decor with a pleasantly retro feel.
The venerable restaurant, dating back to 1877, brightens up breakfast time. Il Palazzo has regained its lustre after a meticulous renovation and a contemporary use of space achieved by Marc Dumas. The sumptuous 7-foot high ceilings, in true Napoleon III style, bear witness to the glorious moments experienced by this Parisian institution.
The view of the Louvre and Rue St-Honoré, reputed for its haute-couture shops, is an exceptional privilege that the rooms and suites generously grant to guests. French savoir-faire is evident in the elegant decor and the attentive, discreet service.
Breakfast has an additional cost of 12 euros