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Introducing Buddha-Bar Hotel Paris

July 10, 2014
Introducing Buddha-Bar Hotel Paris

The George V Entertainment Group introduces Buddha-Bar Hotel Paris, the latest vision of Raymond Visan, famous for his unique and amazing concepts worldwide.

Buddha-Bar Hotel Paris reflects the very essence of a warm environment with an art of living that strives to meet the expectations of guests seeking an unforgettable experience, a celebration of the senses. Buddha-Bar Hotel Paris, aiming at a 5-star luxury positioning, combines luxury hotel standards and personalized service within an 18th century townhouse built in 1734 around an intimate courtyard.

A short walk from the restaurant where the concept was created, the Buddha-Bar Hotel Paris opened its doors ( June 2013 ) on to the heart of Rue du Faubourg-Saint-Honoré. In accordance with the spirit of the place, an 18th century building redesigned for the 19th century, the concept aims to create a calming atmosphere, similar to a traditional Asian temple, while also bringing to it a resolutely contemporary feel. The architect, François Wapler has designed a decisively contemporary space, allowing room for the spirit of travel, comfort and serenity.

The Buddha-Bar Hotel Paris is situated where rue d'Anjou meets rue de Faubourg Saint Honoré, not far from the elegant La Madeleine church in the city's 8th arrondissement. With its unique West-meets-East decor, marked by creamy walls with deep red and gold accents and sexy lantern lighting, the Buddha-Bar Hotel Paris is the perfect match for its setting in the city's chic Fashion District. Of course, the 8th arrondissement also offers unrivaled cultural attractions, such as the majestic Arc de Triomphe, built in the early 1800s and still standing court at Place Charles de Gaulle, and the Grand Palais, a storied museum and exhibition complex in fully realized Beaux-Arts style.

The Boutique hotel is comprised of 56 spacious accommodations, including 19 suites offering its guests an ultra-lifestyle experience With a high design of French “art of living” and Asian influences.