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The Marvellous Hotel La Reserve Paris and Restaurant La Pagode de CosWednesday 15 February 2017
Having a different vision of luxury, the five-star Tour Hotel La Reserve Paris is best described for its subtlety and refined simplicity. Offering the ultimate sense of privacy to its guests, La Reverse is an exceptional setting situated between Rue de Faubourg Saint-Honoré and Avenue Montaigne. A stay at La Reserve is an assured success and peaceful encounter with the fashionable capital as one will be delighted with the most spellbinding views over the Grand Palais, the Eiffel Tower, the Pantheon and lastly the Concorde obelisk.
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The Luxury Hotel is owned by Michel Raybier and ceremonies an unparalleled nineteen-century Parisian classiness and exuberance on top of representing the Belle Époque style. Conveying Haussmann-style aesthetics, luminous spaces are enriched with bewildering marble fireplaces, opulent textiles, and lavishly polished materials. Furthermore, the hotel has a library earmarked for guests, a smoking lounge, an exclusive 16-metre indoor pool, a substantial fitness centre, wine cellars encompassed in the suites, and finally a worthy display of landscape design with a dazzling inner courtyard.
Comprised of twenty-six electrifying and colossal suites as well as fourteen rooms, the majestic hotel has a tremendously serene and glamorous ambience that can be translated over the silky hung walls, velvety drapes, waffle weave fabrics and antique furniture pieces adding a whole a new layer to the decor. In a devoted ambition of fulfilling every guest needs with the utmost discretion, each room has its own butler service that is available at any request they may have.
Concerning some of the most eminent suites which are a tribute to Parisian decorative arts and lifestyle, stand the Grand Palais Suite, the Elysée Suite, the Imperial Suite, the Presidential Suite, the Duc de Morny Suite, amongst several others. They are distinguished by lengthened lounge areas, private bars, sophisticated bedrooms, marble bathrooms with Italian-styled showers, and decorative enhancements, such as herringbone patterned floors, bespoke wallpapers or upholstered seatings. The marvellous sceneries and views each one provides, from the silhouette of the Eiffel Tower to the gilded sculptures of Alexander III Bridge to the glass roof or nave of Grand Palais, is an immersive and aesthetic involvement in the Parisian culture and history.
In regards to wellness, La Reserve offers a unique spa treatment with three rooms in the outskirt area of the swimming pool. Guests can enjoy a peaceful environment to release all the negative energies from a pressure-charged routine. With anti-aging products, deep-rooted massages, tailored treatments of the body adapted to each individual’s necessities and cosmeceutical medicine for both men and women, this spa successfully guarantees the rehabilitation of your body and soul.
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One of the most exquisite features of the Hotel is the magnificent restaurant dubbed as La Pagode de Cos in honour of Cos d’Estournel, the admired and vintage wine exported all over the world. Owned by Michael Reybier, those who have the fortunate pleasure of attending such venue will benefit from an innovating menu prudently selected by the notorious French chef, Jérôme Banctel. Guests can count with illustrious and scrumptious dishes, such as Gilthead seabream avocado, radish and Siamese sauce tartare, delicious scallops, lemongrass infused soup, Pineapple caramelized with Paï Mu Tan tea, and countless other possibilities.
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