Paris in the springtime…it truly is one of the beautiful times to the see the city. And to make your trip even more of an occasion, some of StyleNest’s favourite hotels have recently launched new suites, stays, and experiences, making spring time the perfect time to indulge in a Parisian weekend away.
Pavillon de la Reine Hotel
For those looking for luxury during their stay in Paris, the already beautiful Pavillon de la Reine Hotel has recently opened new suites for guests inspired by its location in Le Marais, the oldest quartier in Paris.
Set just off the pretty Place des Vosges, both suites will offer a private Parisian hideaway for guests visiting the city, with the Suite de la Reine now the hotel’s most spacious room. Designed in a contemporary style but finished with antique accessories, a handcrafted chandelier, paintings and original features, it reflects the hotel’s historic surroundings and offers a large, light-filled sanctuary right in the centre of the city.
Inspired by French aristocrat and Marquise de Sévigné, Marie de Rabutin-Chantal, the hotel’s Suite Madame de Sévigné suites has perfectly balanced sumptuous velvets, tactile fabrics, boldly patterns, and vivid highlights of orange, all inspired by Madame de Sévigné’s colourful and decadent lifestyle for a luxurious Parisian experience of your own.
And something a little decadent for couples visiting the City of Love, the Plaza Athenee has made a visit to their hotel even more luxurious by teaming up with Italian lingerie and swimwear brand La Perla to create a ‘Pure Silk Experience.’
The hotel’s new bespoke package offers guests La Perla gifts including an elegant silk satin Maison La Perla negligee, La Perla Collection perfume, and flowers and champagne upon arrival in the room to make your Paris stay even more special.
Hotel du Petit Moulin
For fashion fans the Hotel du Petit Moulin has recently launched stylish new stay “Le Vintage et La Mode,” which offers guests a deeper look into Paris fashion with an expert tour guide.
Located in the historic and stylish Le Marais district, the hotel is perfectly situated to explore the area’s many boutiques and gain some Paris street style inspiration, whilst your expert shopping guide will also show you some tricks on how to shop like a Parisian and how to find hidden treasures in the city’s best vintage stores.
And for those who head to Paris for the food not the fashion, the hotel is also now offering chocolate-making courses with one of Paris’ finest cooking schools.
Those who book a “Chocoholique” stay will get the chance to experience a four-hour chocolate-making class creating their own artisanal chocolates to take home, before returning to the Hotel du Petit Moulin to enjoy the restaurants, bakeries, and cafes of Le Marais, which offers some of the best food in Paris.