Fauchon is a school of world-renowned talents where creativity, design, and refinement reign. At the heart of two historic Haussmanian buildings, the architect Richard Martinet introduced the Fauchon brand and its contemporary vibe.
French architects, craftsmen and designers have added a daring and elegant touch, representing the sophistication, style and joie de vivre of Fauchon. A new expression for Fauchon on this place of the Madeleine, trademark since 1886.
The arty feeling and glamorous ambiance has been tastefully created in blending the contemporary brand and the vision of young French artists and artisans.
The “Baby Palace” like the guests call this beautiful hotel, ideally located at the corner of avenue George V and Pierre Ier de Serbie, few steps away from avenue des Champs-Elysées.
This historical mansion belonged to Marquis de Sers in 1880. It has been entirely renovated by the interior designer Thomas Vidalenc who succeed to preserve the historical spirit of the building.
The hotel de Sers offers 4 different private spaces for any kind of events. Seminar, cocktail dinner with guests or a seated lunch with family, each room is completely modular.
Chef Ricardo Lucio offers a fine and delicious cuisine.
This stunning mansion, located between the famous avenue Junot and rue Lepic, is the last souvenir of Marquis of Montmartre.
This ancient residence of the Hermès family opened in 2007. The hotel feature five
Suites, the restaurant « Le Grand Salon », and also a cocktail bar « Le Très Particulier ».
Surrounded by a 900m2 private garden designed by the landscaper Louis Benech, the Hôtel Particulier Montmartre is the smallest hotel in Paris, but owns the biggest hotel garden of the city.
The cuisine of the chef Louis Ricard is inspired by his trips in Asia and is beautifully blended with the French gastronomic recipes. He mixes with success, colors, textures and tastes of seasonal produces selected with rigorous criteria.