Looking for queens

  •  August 13, 2020

Looking for queens

The capital of France has gained a palace. Now all that's left is kings and queens. Who qualifies? Palace renovated for six years and costing over one billion reais promises an unforgettable accommodation in the heart of the City of Light.

He made an epoch at the Belle Époque. With its concert cafes, ballets, operas, theaters, and boulevards, Paris was at its height as a producer and exporter of culture from the late 19th century to the 1920s. At the heart of the attractions was the Hotel Majestic. So beautiful and luxurious, it was chosen as German headquarters when they occupied the city during World War II. After this trajectory, it fell into oblivion. Even get in the sights of the Peninsula hotel group.

Although my home in Paris is the Plaza Athénée, I was curious about the long awaited opening of the first Peninsula hotel in Europe. In my forays into Asia, I always surrender to the quality of the stay in the brand units. From August 1st, it will be the turn of Europeans to know this charm, with the inauguration of The Peninsula Paris.

The location on Kleber Avenue is meters from the Champs-Élysées and Arc de Triomphe. There are 200 rooms, 43 suites, a panoramic terrace, five restaurants and a spa, with an impressive indoor pool. I don't know when yet, but the address is already on my list for the next trip.

Looking for queens

Opened in 1908, the Majestic Hotel was taken over by the Germans in World War II.

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The luxury of The Peninsula Paris begins in the lobby


There are 200 rooms like this and 43 more suites on Kleber Avenue

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The spa pool sums up the hotel's ambience well

Check out the video that presents The Peninsula Paris.

Finding Queens (August 2020)