An Icon’s New Beginning

This August, the City of Lights will see the addition of a luxurious new house of slumber when The Peninsula Paris opens its doors. Housed in a stunning late-19th century building that captures the classical French architectural, the new hotel is situated steps from the iconic Arc de Triomphe and Champs-Élysées, in the heart of Paris’ elegant 16th arrondissement. The historic building has overseen many significant moments including George Gershwin’s composition of An American in Paris, and the signing of the Paris Peace Accords in 1973, which ended the Vietnam War. Its prime location means guests are perfectly placed to explore the best of the city, including its famous monuments, museums, and luxury shopping locales.

The hotel boasts 200 rooms, each of which are exquisitely appointed and rendered in a sophisticated, elegant style, and feature in-room tablet technology offering new levels of personalisation. Also on hand are 34 opulent suites, five of which have private rooftop gardens with sprawling views over Paris. In keeping with its five-star offerings are six exclusive food and beverage outlets, including Lili, the Cantonese restaurant; the café-like Kleber Terrace; the refined L’Oiseau Blanc rooftop restaurant which serves the best of French cuisine; and the well-appointed Kleber Bar and cigar lounge.

To celebrate its opening, The Peninsula Paris is offering an exclusive promotion, valid between August 1 and 31, 2014. During this time, guests can take advantage of discounted rates of €695 (US$946) for a Superior Room, and €750 (US$1,021) for a Superior Room plus breakfast for two.

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