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Le Peninsula Paris

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Le Peninsula Paris Paris  France
Le Peninsula Paris Paris  France
Le Peninsula Paris Paris  France
Le Peninsula Paris Paris  France
Le Peninsula Paris Paris  France
Le Peninsula Paris Paris  France
Le Peninsula Paris Paris  France
Le Peninsula Paris Paris  France
Le Peninsula Paris Paris  France
Le Peninsula Paris Paris  France
Le Peninsula Paris Paris  France
Le Peninsula Paris Paris  France
Le Peninsula Paris Paris  France
Le Peninsula Paris Paris  France
Le Peninsula Paris
It took master artisans four years to transform the faded Hotel Majestic, a belle époque landmark, into a 21st-century palace hotel. Le Peninsula Paris reopened in 2014 with just 200 rooms—created at an average cost of 2.75 million dollars each—and a paparazzi-proof parking entrance. The first European entry of the Hong Kong–based chain, the hotel’s primary investor is actually a hospitality group headed by a member of the Qatar royal family. Despite bas-reliefs, painted ceilings, marble parquet floors, and 2,100 acres of gold leaf (applied by the same company that re-gilded the torch on the Statue of Liberty), the hotel feels utterly modern, with original works of contemporary art scattered throughout; the rooms have a soothing gray and ecru color scheme, and tablets control everything from lights and TV stations to curtains and climate.
19 Avenue Kléber, 75116 Paris, France