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Fauchon L’Hôtel

Fauchon L’Hôtel

Contacts

Country: France

City: Paris

Address: 4 Boulevard Malesherbes, 75008 Paris, France

Phone number: +33187862800

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Perfect stay for gourmets in Paris. Fauchon L‘Hôtel.
Perfect stay for gourmets in Paris. Fauchon L‘Hôtel.
Your stay will be a sweet one at the newly-opened Fauchon...
Your stay will be a sweet one at the newly-opened Fauchon...
Fauchon L'hôtel Paris is the new epicenter of contemp...
Fauchon L'hôtel Paris is the new epicenter of contemp...
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What a welcome! Love my room at the @fauchon_lhotel_paris...
Today we reveal a special collaboration with the iconic F...
Today we reveal a special collaboration with the iconic F...
Bright, spacious and soothing ! Our Deluxe Room, your new...
Bright, spacious and soothing ! Our Deluxe Room, your new...
Wonderful Suite of l'hotel Fauchon
Wonderful Suite of l'hotel Fauchon
Let’s spend the weekend with Fauchon
Let’s spend the weekend with Fauchon

Reviews

#1
Best location
I stayed for 2 nights for a shopping and culinary trip. I’ve always loved visiting Fauchon to buy gifts so when I found out they opened a hotel I had to try it out. The location is incredibly convenient, great for shopping it’s only a block away from St. Honoré.

The room I was in was on the top floor with a balcony, the room was intimate in size but the bathroom was very big. I loved the Carina products and Dyson blow dryer.

I had to cancel dinner plans one of the nights and had room service instead, a perfect hotel for that. Food was fantastic, even the soup came piping hot. I just wish they included a soup spoon and butter for the bread. I used the tea spoon from the gourmet bar and though I called down for the butter I never received it.

They encouraged I take the items from the gourmet bar, good thing I had lots of luggage allowance with my airline!
Review by iloveboutiquehotels

Source: www.tripadvisor.ru

#2
When even the power sockets are pretty. A dream of France come true.
Did you ever dream of “Schlaraffenland”, the country where food is flying in the air and you just have to grab it? Or being locked up in a candy store over night?
I have and Fauchon turned it into a hotel!
And it comes in all shades of prettycandy colours.

The same way the French are the masters of turning the most delicious desserts and sweets also into most beautiful ones, the Fauchon hotel has paid attention to making every single detail of its rooms pretty.
The welcome at the hotels starts with a welcome drink and macarons.
My room (think shades of rose) with a beautiful view of la Madeleine has even more macarons but the best: it had a beautiful Roche Bobois made giant “frigo bar” with loads of Fauchon delicacies (sweet and salty) and Champagne offered by the house.

My room was beautiful with large bathroom and next to being pretty it is also super high tech (Speakers, Tablets with Netflix ...) and even the power sockets are extremely beautiful.

The breakfast is, of course, divine!
And to finish, the staff is great. Very friendly and attentive and they make you feel like home (thanks Tim for the nice talk!).
France and the amazing French gastronomy and pâtisserie could not be better translated into a hotel.
Review by petermila

Source: www.tripadvisor.ru

#3
Amazing room with views of the Eiffel Tower
My suite for the night was more like an apartment with floor to ceiling windows that opened up to a terrace with views out to the Eiffel Tower. The colour scheme throughout is pink, black and white. There was a big pink cabinet with a free mini bar of Fauchon confectionary and sweet & sour goodies. The bed was huge and super comfy and loved that at night time the lights flash on the Eiffel Tower every hour. The gym is small but has good equipment & there is a spa offering massages. This is a concept style novelty hotel and has a fun element to it. I highly recommend if you are looking for something different and unique that is located in one of the best and most central areas of Paris. Go for one of the suites on the 11th floor if you like to have a lot of space and privacy.
Review by soulseedtravel

Source: www.tripadvisor.ru

#4
disappointed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I don't understand all the gr8 reviews and I do regret my stay there: I had an awesome time in Paris, but my choice of hotel was disappointing.
Several things really went wrong:
1. Upon my arrival I was told I would get a welcome drink (and I didn't ask for anything...): they kept me waiting, and nothing came up (lol)
2. I was told I was upgraded, but this was a lie, I only had the deluxe room ,the one I basically booked and paid for
3. When I checked in my room, a very talkative lady (and I told her I was tired, after flying 7 hours and spending 5 hours shopping with my friend) showed me around my room and she mentioned that some item were missing (foie gras and some other things): she promised it will be refilled the following day. I am still waiting for it....
4. I could hear the cars on the adjacent busy road
5. I found a dirty towel placed in my bathroom: it was full of foundation, disgusting
6. Water was not provided on a daily basis 9I had to buy my own)
7. Gym is so tiny....
8. I opened a box of cake and it was half empty (another lol)
9. Some of the staff were friendly but few could look at you when you were passing by and not even say hi

Anyhow, this is not a 5 star hotel. Last year I stayed at Fouquet hotel and it was perfect: next year I will go back to Barriere Fouquet to avoid another bad surprise!!
The only good point for this Fauchon hotel is location and the macarons (that I didn t find in my room by the way): but not sure it s worth paying $550 a night just for macarons...
I know I am quiet exigent as I am very blessed to be able to live in a great flat and I have also stayed in amazing hotels around the world so my expectation level is really high. And unfortunately Fauchon doesn't make the cut.
Review by Haba

Source: www.tripadvisor.ru

#5
Wonderful from Start to Finish.
I found this hotel last minute and am so glad I did. From the moment I checked in to the moment I checked out it was wonderful. As others have said, the room was bright and spacious,clean and comfortable. The Gourmet Bar was so fun and the staff kept it well stocked with my favorite goodies. Everyone who worked there was the perfect blend of friendly, helpful and professional. The location was great and the room was much quieter than you would have expected given that it is on a fairly busy street. I was on the 10th floor with a wonderful view. I sat by the window every morning with my cup of tea and watched the world go by. Traveling by myself I felt very safe here too.

I will definitely stay here again on my next visit to Paris. Merci a tout pour un "stay" exceptionnel!
Review by lobloolybythesea

Source: www.tripadvisor.ru

Description

Location
In a twinset of Haussmannian mansions in the upmarket 8e arrondissement. Place de la Concorde, the elegant Jardin des Tuileries, Musée de Louvre and the Seine are all five to 10 minutes’ walk. Concorde and Tuileries (both line 1) are the closest metro stations.

A luxurious boutique hotel in the heart of Paris

Fauchon L'hôtel Paris is the new epicenter of contemporary Parisian epicure and luxurious hospitality — curators of culture, aestheticians of the arts, and innovators of fine foods and pastries.

Rooms
Fifty-four rooms stack up on six floors. Don’t be alarmed by the flashy bling-bling corridors, faithfully flying the Fauchon colours with black, magenta and white zig-zig patterned carpet. Apartment-styled rooms are beautifully serene, with softer palettes of beige and rose, dark herringbone parquet, high ceilings, thoughtful lighting, made-to-measure furniture and a wonderful mix of textured fabrics. Those on the top two floors enjoy romantic Juliette balconies and sloping mansard ceilings.

Smart televisions and Bosé speakers hook up with your phone for personalised music and movies, and the in-room tablet also serves as entertainment hub, Paris city guide, Fauchon e-boutique and library with 7,000 newspapers and magazines. Taking a shower is great fun thanks to the Bluetooth ceiling speaker.

Rooms have minibars but you most likely won’t be need it. Every room sports a customised gourmet bar – think a baby-pink, metallic larder (for want of a better word) designed by Sacha Lakic for Roche Bobois – stuffed full of complimentary Fauchon edibles: buttery salt caramels, fruit jellies, chocolate truffles, champagne (call reception for ice cubes), tapenade, foie gras, brioche toasts, etc. Drawers conceal cutlery, white Limoges tableware, the works, and whatever you don’t eat you can take home with you.

Value for money
Double rooms from €450 (£394). Breakfast excluded (from €29/£25 or à la carte). Free Wi-Fi.

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