Celebrity Dining: Mandarin Oriental’s New $35,300-a-Night Apartment Is Now The Largest Suite in Paris

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Celebrity Dining: Mandarin Oriental’s New $35,300-a-Night Apartment Is Now The Largest Suite in Paris

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Paris may be best known as a city for romance, but it turns out it’s just as popular for family vacations. Many luxury hotels in the French capital are seeing a 30 to 40 percent increase in family and multi-generational travel, which is leading to more requests for multi-bedroom suites or interconnected rooms. Partly in response to these increased needs, Mandarin Oriental, Paris this summer introduced a one-of-a-kind suite that’s not only large enough for your immediate family, but likely all of your aunts, uncles, and cousins, too.” data-reactid=”19″ type=”text”>Paris may be best known as a city for romance, but it turns out it’s just as popular for family vacations. Many luxury hotels in the French capital are seeing a 30 to 40 percent increase in family and multi-generational travel, which is leading to more requests for multi-bedroom suites or interconnected rooms. Partly in response to these increased needs, Mandarin Oriental, Paris this summer introduced a one-of-a-kind suite that’s not only large enough for your immediate family, but likely all of your aunts, uncles, and cousins, too.

The Parisian Apartment is currently the largest luxury suite in Paris, clocking in at 4,630 square-feet, with an additional 2,475 square-foot garden and terrace. The expansive hideaway (which took six months to create) has been designed by noted French agency Gilles & Boissier to evoke a Haussmann-style residence with Art Déco influences, making its style a bit more classic—though no less elevated—than the rest of the hotel’s more contemporary vibe.” data-reactid=”20″ type=”text”>Spread out over nearly the entire 6th floor, and offering view out over Rue Saint-Honore, The Parisian Apartment is currently the largest luxury suite in Paris, clocking in at 4,630 square-feet, with an additional 2,475 square-foot garden and terrace. The expansive hideaway (which took six months to create) has been designed by noted French agency Gilles & Boissier to evoke a Haussmann-style residence with Art Déco influences, making its style a bit more classic—though no less elevated—than the rest of the hotel’s more contemporary vibe.

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  • dining room, and four bedrooms, including two master suites and one with a separate entrance, making it ideal for staff or security. Herringbone-patterned blonde parquet flooring, and leather-covered pivot doors, works by young Parisian artists, and custom designed Patrick Gilles furnishings can be seen throughout, along with 1900’s-style mouldings and wooden architectural features reminiscent of the 1930’s. And then there’s the terrace: A true gem to find in any city, the o

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