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See Inside The Restored Parisian Hotel With A Ceiling That's a Registered Landmark

See inside the striking update of the historic Paris hotel.
IMAGE HÔTEL DE CRILLON
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After an extensive four-year renovation, the Hôtel de Crillon, a Rosewood Hotel reopened its doors on July 5.

Among the improvements are 78 rooms, 36 suites, 10 Signature Suites, a gastronomic restaurant, brasserie, bar, and a spa, hair salon, and barber shop. With a history dating to the 18th century, the property was commissioned by King Louis XV in 1758 and later served as the personal residence of the family of the Count of Crillon before becoming a palace hotel in 1909.

Scroll down for a look inside, or better yet, book a room to see it in person.

The Hôtel de Crillon occupies three buildings on the Place de La Concorde, near the Champs-Élysées in Paris.


Designer Karl Lagerfeld decorated two suites known as "Les Grands Appartements."


The living room here shows what press materials call "his personal vision of French chic and modernity."

The bedroom of the Marie Antoinette Suite features pearl gray decor.


The Bernstein Suite overlooks the Eiffel Tower.


It's named for the composer Leonard Bernstein, who wrote in the hotel's guest book in 1989, "What a pleasure being once again on my terrace over Place de la Concorde."

Tea is served in the Jardin d'Hiver.


The brasserie offers outdoor seating in the "Cour d’Honneur."


Here, Chef Justin Schmitt offers classic French dishes like foie gras, sweetbreads, and sole meunière.

The bar Les Ambassadeurs can seat 60 and offers live music nightly.


Its ceiling is a registered landmark.

The pool is under a glass ceiling that looks up into an inner courtyard.


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La Barbière de Paris is operated by the noted barber Sarah Daniel Hamizi.


The best part? Flights to Europe this season are a steal.

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