‘JAZZ IT UP’ with Le Royal Monceau, Raffles Paris!
Monday, March 17, 2014
Paris, March 2014 - In tune with its position as a major cultural hub in the City of Lights, Le Royal Monceau, Raffles Paris is launching a new “JAZZ IT UP” package in its exclusive “Ray Charles” Lifestyle Suite, in which ‘The Genius’ resided for quite some time.A perfect option for music lovers or for a romantic getaway, this package offers a private jazz concert with a pianist on the suite’s grand Pleyel piano.
This luxurious space (105 sqm / 1,130sqf) stands out amongst the city’s five-star suites, including a private entrance, sumptuous bedroom with a deluxe bed and walk-in closet, and a white marble bathroom equipped with an ample bathtub and shower.The open living room gives the ideal combination of culture and relaxation with its plush sofa and concealed large-screen television, hand-crafted furniture designed by Philippe Starck, Pleyel grand piano and an acoustic guitar.
The Ray Charles Suite also reveals unique Art Deco pieces from the hotel’s private collection and features a series of portraits of the artist by Arlette Kotchounian, a Paris-based photographer whose work captured behind-the-scenes and on-stage moments, often unpublished, of world-class musicians such as Ray Charles, Miles Davis or Stevie Wonder.
‘JAZZ IT UP’ Package from 2,950€ per night, including:
- Accommodation for two in the Lifestyle ‘Ray Charles’ Suite
- ラ キュイジーヌ レストランでのビュッフェ ブレックファスト2名様分
- Complimentary DVD of “Ray” starring Jamie Foxx
- A cocktail for 2 and 1-hour private jazz concert with a pianist on the Suite’s Pleyel piano
- スパ マイ ブレンド バイ クラランスのプールおよびフィットネスの無制限のご利用
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LE ROYAL MONCEAU, RAFFLES PARIS reopened in 2010 as a next-generation Palace, after a dramatic and complete two-year transformation by designer Philippe Starck.The hotel has 149 luxurious rooms and suites and is just minutes from the Arc-de-Triomphe and the Champs-Elysées in Paris' 8th arrondissement.At Le Royal Monceau – Raffles Paris, art is omnipresent, with an exclusive service of Art Concierge, an Art Bookstore, a private Art Gallery, a 99-seat cinema theatre and an impressive private art collection.Food and drink are an art form here too – from the buzz of the Long Bar on the ground floor, to the two Michelin-star restaurants, ‘La Cuisine’ for gourmet French food and ‘Il Carpaccio’ for the best Italian in Paris.Not to be missed are the delicious pastries, macarons and chocolates by Pierre Hermé, considered by Vogue magazine as the ‘Picasso of pastry’.The 1,500sqm Spa My Blend by Clarins is an award-winning white paradise, with the longest swimming pool in a Paris hotel. www.LeRoyalMonceau.com
ラッフルズ ホテル＆リゾート:Raffles Hotels & Resorts is an award-winning, luxury international hotel company with a history dating back to 1887 with the opening of Raffles Hotel, Singapore.The portfolio currently comprises nine luxurious properties, from secluded resorts to city hotels in key locations around the world:in Singapore, Paris, Cambodia, China, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Seychelles and most recently the Philippines.Each one is an oasis of calm and charm.The company is embarking on a new phase of expansion, with openings in China, Istanbul and Indonesia scheduled over the next two years.With a compelling mix of cultures and styles, every hotel in the Raffles family has its own individual personality, with its own story to tell and its own sense of place.However, each one is proud to draw on the timeless essence of Raffles – to deliver thoughtful, personal and discreet service to well-travelled guests.www.raffles.com
LE ROYAL MONCEAU – RAFFLES PARIS, A PROUD MEMBER OF THE LEADING HOTELS OF THE WORLD LTD:When extraordinary and oneof-a-kind intersect, you have likely found a Leading Hotel.As the largest luxury hotel collection, with more than 430 of the world’s greatest properties in over 80 countries, LHW seeks out the exceptional.From grand palaces to intimate city hideaways, from ancient castles to sumptuous safari tent villages, from tropical aeries to mystical paradises, all are utterly unique and boldly independent.Each celebrates the culture of its destination, rather than trying to mask it with corporate-mandated sameness.Established in 1928 by several influential and forward-thinking European hoteliers, it started with 38 initial members.With an eight-decade-long commitment to providing unforgettable, authentic travel experiences, LHW selects only hotels that meet its high standards of quality and distinctiveness.To LHW, hospitality is not an industry; it’s an art - and a passion.www.lhw.com/royalmonceauparis