Paris is a million different things to a million different people, but the one reputation the French capital never fails to live up to is that of the emblematic city of romance. Home to a landmark that plays a key role in numerous love stories, Paris plays host to the Eiffel Tower, a monument that sees more marriage proposals than any other place in the world.
Tucked away in the prestigious rue Saint Honoré, the romantic Le Burgundy Paris is the perfect place to sneak off to with a loved one this spring. A true hidden gem, Le Burgundy Paris is our Splendia Choice of the month…
Elegant exclusivity and old-world romance are combined with a sprinkle of contemporary art at Le Burgundy. Boasting prime position in the centre of Paris, the très chic hotel features a black marble Guy de Rougemont puzzle and black and white photographs, inspired by the owner’s passion for art.
Artistic flair is seen in the guestrooms and suites, where modern design is complemented with hand-picked antiques. Pops of sumptuous fabrics and comfortable beds adorn the spacious, bright rooms. Spoil yourself Parisian style and opt for the suite, where you can enjoy freshly-squeezed orange juice, delicious croissants and exquisite eggs benedict al fresco on your glorious private terrace.
Paris and its residents are known for always looking their absolute best, and thanks to the Le Burgundy Spa & Fitness Club, you can fit right in. Treat yourself to luxurious pampering fit for the Parisian high society. Indulge in a couples massage and a world-class manicure before relaxing in the hamman and swimming a few laps in the indoor pool. For a wardrobe to rival the top Parisian fashionistas, the renowned in-house concierge Clefs d’Or team will assist and organise personal shopping and styling in the most exclusive boutiques. A chauffeur-driven service can be organised at the drop of a beret, so your new Louboutin-clad feet won’t have to make the short 300-metre walk back after a day well spent in the shopping heaven that is the Avenue des Champs-Élysées.
Sample refined dining at the hotel’s Michelin-starred restaurant, Le Baudelaire, where Chef Pierre Rigothier crafts light, seasonal cuisine from the finest products. To start, we highly recommend the duck fois gras perfumed with grapefruit and pomelo, served in a delicious white wine sauce. Make sure you leave enough room for dessert – the trolley cart of treats is enough to stop any diet in its tracks, especially when it features the decadent chocolate dome. In the summer months, channel Alain Delon and Brigitte Bardot and enjoy an ice-cold glass of champagne on the idyllic Le Patio.