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Hôtel de Crillon — The Parisian Palace. Happy to become the Part of the Family

In 1758, Louis XV commissioned architect Jacques-Ange Gabriel to design identical facades on both sides of rue Royale, creating the Place Louis XV. This marked the beginning of a prestigious legacy for the Hôtel de Crillon.


Named after François Félix de Crillon, 4th Duc de Crillon in 1788, the hotel has since become synonymous with luxury and opulence. On March 11, 1909, it was established as Paris's first grand "prestige hotel," boasting an exceptional location, luxurious comforts, and a renowned reputation that has attracted royalty and heads of state over the decades.


Following a meticulous four-year renovation, overseen by Richard Martinet and Karl Lagerfeld, the Hôtel de Crillon embodies the epitome of a Parisian palace experience today. Adorned with Baccarat crystal, Christofle silver, and marble fountains from the Palace of Versailles, every corner exudes luxury and grandeur.


However, beyond the lavish materials and exquisite décor, what truly distinguishes the Hôtel de Crillon is its human touch and personalized service. Imagine waking up to a warm greeting from your personal Butler, who not only wishes you a wonderful day but also mentions the weather—8 degrees with bright sunshine in Paris. Picture yourself immersed in the ambiance of Parisian fashion week, savoring pink champagne near the grand piano.


The hotel's 360 dedicated staff members anticipate and fulfill your every desire, ensuring you feel not just welcomed but cherished—as if you were in your own palace, at home.


La Classe is honored to be part of the Hôtel de Crillon family, collaborating with its exceptional team and sharing our savoir-faire. We wholeheartedly recommend the Hôtel de Crillon, a Rosewood Hotel, to our esteemed guests and clients, eagerly anticipating the continuation of our extraordinary journey together.


For more information and to explore the Hôtel de Crillon experience, visit Rosewood Hotels - Hôtel de Crillon.



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