Renaissance Paris Vendome Hotel reopens following revamp

Renaissance Paris Vendome Hotel reopens following revamp

Renaissance Paris Vendome Hotel has been unveiled following a multi-million-euro transformation of its guest rooms and public spaces.

Reimagined by Didier Gomez Interior Design, the 97-room intimate hotel evokes its enviable location in the heart of the historic first arrondissement.

The dramatically designed Renaissance Paris Vendome Hotel serves as an impressive example of the brand’s reinvigorated momentum to evolve and grow its global portfolio of hotels around the world – with openings planned this year in the United States, the Netherlands, Indonesia and Taiwan.

“Today’s announcement reaffirms our commitment to strengthening our portfolio of artfully designed properties in destinations such as Paris, where our guests are seeking unscripted travel experiences,” said John Licence, vice president, premium and select brands, Europe, Marriott International.

“Each Renaissance hotel is an open invitation to discover the local neighbourhood, employing different design principles to introduce a sense of theatricality and the local scene to our guests.

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“This design strategy is particularly evident in our portfolio of six Parisian Renaissance hotels; each a unique interpretation of the locality.”

Tucked away on a quiet street between the Tuileries Garden and the boutiques of Rue Saint-Honoré, Renaissance Paris Vendome Hotel is inspired by the fashion designers and jewellers that have had their salons in the neighbourhood.

Contrasting eighteen century style with contemporary design, the hotel conveys softness and elegance reflective of today’s Parisian sense of style.

With creatively layered patterns and textures throughout the interiors, each guestroom features striking art pieces of French feminine style that playfully wrap the ceiling, a signature of the brand.

The hotel’s buzzy Le Studio lobby lounge will host locally-inspired events to showcase emerging talent in music, the arts, mixology and gastronomy, while the hotel’s Navigator, who – counter to a typical concierge – knows a destination’s hidden gems and handpicks local discoveries that cannot be found in a guidebook.