Paris, the city of light. Paris, the capital of luxury and a symbol of French art de vivre, a notion that dates back to the Renaissance. The great age of discovery marked the arrival in Europe of new products and new fruits and vegetables. French gastronomy was totally transformed, acquiring a renown which continues today. At the same time, France’s reputation in the fields of fabrics and clothing grew tremendously marking the beginning of a tradition which today is illustrated with brio during the fashion shows organized by the world’s most famous designers. And the Parisian quarter that best embodies these creative energies is the 8th arrondissement with its luxury boutiques, world famous night clubs like the Lido and the Crazy Horse as well as excellent museums such as the Grand and the Petit Palais. It is also the home of the famous Golden Triangle. Bordered by Avenue Montaigne, Avenue George V and the legendary Champs-Elysees, it’s an enclave of luxury with the greatest names in fashion, jewelry and artistic craftsmanship represented. The Triangle d’Or is the reflection of elegance and the atmosphere of luxury that has earned Paris its reputation.
Entering the Vernet means entering the grand French tradition of hotel luxury, and yet we find ourselves in a modern, contemporary design venue. We’re in the Vernet, a century old hotel with a brand new look. Thanks to the talent of decorator Francois Champsaur however, the building has lost none of its history while at the same time being chic, elegant and resolutely modern. Behind its classic Haussmann style façade, the Vernet reveals its duality in the lobby where we discover the true spirit of its timeless luxury. The restored marble floor creates a sense of class and refinement, whereas the reception desk is unstructured and surrounded by a screen of woven copper, creating a modern space for welcoming guests. The area is very brightly lit and pure. Copper is an element which we find once again in the bar, demonstrating the coherence of the site. The folded copper screen emits a gentle and shimmering light making guests immediately feel at ease. The fresco on the ceiling is the work of Jean-Michel Alberola, who collaborated with Francois Champsaur. The decorative elements respond to and dialogue with the art on display and with the artist’s drawings which energize the space. The 50 rooms and suites offer guests discreet luxury. Wood is dominant with oak floors and walls where a screen acts as a bed head. The atmosphere is filtered, intimate and calm. The fabrics add a touch of color, like the cushions which punctuate the space by their insolent presence. The hotel’s restaurant is the most sober element of the décor but for a very precise reason. When a room has a glass roof created by Gustave Eiffel, there is no question of upstaging it with anything flashy. The restaurant therefore is in harmony with the roof, underlining the historic elegance only matched by the excellence of the cuisine.
To live the exciting atmosphere and sway to the rhythm of this unique city, the Vernet is the place to go. The resident dj will make the experience unforgettable in the inimitable spirit of a festive evening “made in Paris.”
Five stars, Member - Design Hotels, Haussmann style building, Cozy, Chic, Elegant, Luminous, Design, Modern, Contemporary, Parking, Children’s day care, Automobile transfer, Access for the handicapped, Gastronomic French restaurant, Bar
All year round
50 rooms and suites
From 250 €
Paris-Charles-De-Gaulle International Airport - CDG.
25, rue Vernet
75008 Paris - France
Varied, temperate and generally pleasant climate
Four types of climate : Ocean (in the west of the country), continental in the center and the east, Mediterranean in the southeast as well as a mountain climate
National identity card or valid passport
No vaccinations necessary
The euro (EUR)
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+33 1 75 43 70 26 *Our reservation department is always happy to assist you via phone or via email. We are open Monday to Friday 9am to 18pm (GMT +1).