- The legendary Ritz is Paris – with its unique Belle Époque décor, intimate ambiance & prestigious location on Place Vendôme. The luxurious rooms & suites, from the historic Prestige Suites, home to the Ritz Paris’ most illustrious tenants – Coco Chanel, F. Scott Fitzgerald & Marcel Proust among them – to its freshly restored apartments, all feature the latest technology.
- Opened in 1898, this iconic & opulent palace hotel is in the heart of the “City of Light” – a short distance from the Louvre, Jardin des Tuileries & Opéra Garnier.
- 142 sumptuous guestrooms include fine woodwork & pastel hues, antique objects & artwork. Neoclassical suites are dressed in silks, with some suites offering private terraces overlooking the garden. Select suites feature décor that celebrates previous historic guests & offer views over Place Vendôme.
- The hotel showcases two Michelin Star gastronomic restaurants at Les Univers de L’Espadon; and the elegant Bar Vendôme brasserie à la française are all set underneath a glass canopy, with gorgeous gardens & terraces to be enjoyed year round. Enjoy signature afternoon tea at the historic Salon Proust – with its wood-burning fireplace, or a cocktail at famed Bar Hemingway.
- Indulge in the beautiful indoor pool & hammam followed by a signature massage at the Ritz Club or a skincare treatment at the exclusive day spa; or get coiffed at famed Australian stylist David Mallett’s hair salon.
EXCLUSIVE LUXE VOYAGER VIP BENEFITS & BEST PRICE
We negotiate rates & benefits for our clients directly with the hotels’ senior management. Our rates match or in many cases are lower than the best online rate for the property. Our clients also enjoy a suite of extra VIP privileges and recognition while staying at a partner hotel.
- Complimentary room upgrade on arrival. (outside black out periods)
- Daily complimentary breakfast for two.
- Welcome amenities (wine/chocolates/fruit) and card from the GM.
- Complimentary private airport pick-up with VIP greeter.
- Complimentary roll-away bed if required – for children below age 13.
- Early check-in and late check-out.
- Complimentary Wi-Fi.
- Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.
A complete or partial suite of VIP benefits will be offered, subject to the property T&C, including availability, category of room & length of stay.
Need a little pampering? Don’t hesitate to book a treatment at the Ritz Club, Spa or an appointment with our star hairstylist, David Mallett. The Ritz Club and its stunning pool are part of the Ritz Paris legend. The state-of-the-art fitness facilities, sauna and Turkish bath ensure an optimal wellness environment. A blend of excellence and absolute well-being, the area dedicated to the art of skin care opens the doors of its alcoves for treatments with unrivaled benefits.
The Tasaki and TWG boutiques in our shopping gallery are open and pleased to welcome guests wishing to stop by to see what’s new for the holidays. The Concept Store is a cabinet of curiosities dedicated to the essentials of travel for a successful Parisian stay.
At the Ritz Paris, a school lives in the heart of our kitchens. Our Ecole is unique in the world, a place where French know-how is taught to aspiring professionals until they achieve excellence and to culinary enthusiasts, be they novices, experienced Chefs, or budding young cooks. Under the benevolent guidance of our Chefs, recipes and culinary techniques become accessible and achievable by all. All our classes are conducted in French and consecutively translated into English.
“Wherever Ritz goes, I follow”, the Prince of Wales once said. The Ritz Paris is much more than a prestigious address. It possesses that indescribable charm, that extra measure of soul and history, that makes it one of the most legendary hotels in the City of Light. “No wish is too small” said Monique Ritz, the daughter in law of César Ritz who founded the hotel in 1898. “We call people by name and they must be at home.” Under the glass ceiling, in the shade of the linden trees in the Grand Jardin or surrounded by music from a jazz piano, the Ritz Paris is a place where dreams come to life. As the celebrated author and liberator of Paris, Ernst Hemingway wrote, “When I dream of an afterlife in heaven, the action always takes place at the Ritz Paris.”
The refinement of the French art de vivre meets the elegance of Belle Époque décor: the hotel’s exquisitely appointed 72 rooms and 72 suites including 16 Privilege suites that pays tribute to the illustrious guests who will forever embody the history of this iconic address, among them Marcel Proust, Coco Chanel, Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Frédéric Chopin and Charlie Chaplin — all of whom considered the Ritz “like a second home”, or as Gabrielle Chanel often said “the Ritz is my home, the first hotel I ever lived in”. Your room is ready !
With its prestige suites, grand jardin, private terraces, Michelin Star dining, grand salons, École Ritz Escoffier, Ritz Club & Spa, the hotel offers an unrivaled tradition of excellence & savoir-faire in the heart of Paris. Under the glass ceiling, in the shade of the linden trees in the Grand Jardin or surrounded by music from a jazz piano, the Ritz Paris is a place where dreams come to life.
The refinement of the French art de vivre meets the elegance of Belle Époque décor: the hotel’s rooms and suites bear the names of Coco Chanel, F. Scott Fitzgerald or Marcel Proust — all of whom considered the Ritz “like a second home”.
Each of the 142 rooms at the Ritz Paris is as glorious as ever, offering an incomparable ambiance and the most generous spaces in the French capital. Fine woodwork and delicate pastel hues compose an intimate décor where ultimate luxury resides in every detail, accompanied by antique objects and art. Spacious and overlooking the garden or the rooftops of the City of Light, the rooms at the Ritz Paris have the special spirit and allure that characterize emblematic addresses. The charm of grand Houses, the savoir-faire of exceptional artisans and that “je ne sais quoi“ typical of the Parisian way of life. As lovers of history and anecdotes well know, there is a story behind every “Ritzy” detail.
The spacious Suites at the Ritz Paris have that extra little touch of spirit that will make your stay in Paris unforgettable. Designed as exceptional apartments, with a private terrace or a bucolic view over Paris, these rooms subtly blend stateliness with pure Parisian nobility and timeless elegance. Staying in a suite at the Ritz Paris is the quintessence of the French art of living.
The Ritz Paris counts 16 Privilege suites, each completely different. Every suite is like a little excerpt of what makes private Parisian mansions so special, and pays tribute to the illustrious guests who will forever embody the history of this iconic address, among them Marcel Proust, Coco Chanel, Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Frédéric Chopin and Charlie Chaplin.
Superior Room - 35 sqm
With their sleek décor, the Superior Rooms embody the timeless elegance of the Ritz Paris. These spacious quarters give onto the calm of the rue Cambon or the Terrasse Vendôme and offer all the comfort of the French art de vivre. Intimate and ideal for two, Superior Rooms promise an unforgettable stay. Marble fireplaces, elaborate mirrors, precious fabrics and moldings find an echo in spacious bathrooms with finely worked fittings.
Executive Room - 40 sqm
Spacious, bright and extremely refined, Executive Rooms express quintessence of Parisian chic. Around a majestic king size canopy bed is an eloquent array summarizing the French art of living: a period desk, a velvet bergère armchair, a generous fireplace and, from the window, a view over the rooftops of Paris.
Deluxe Room - 45 sqm
Each Deluxe room is different, yet each offers the refinement and ideal proportions that define the French capital in its noblest form. A canopy bed, prints from the Grand Siècle, a marble fireplace, moldings, fine woodwork and crystal chandeliers invite every guest to feel like royalty.
Grand Deluxe Room - 55 sqm
Vast, with a very aristocratic air and a canopy bed to go with it, the Grand Deluxe room is an invitation to experience Paris in its purest neo-classical style. Woodwork, moldings, lithographs and “the charms of the past” harmoniously integrate state-of-the-art equipment and amenities.
Deluxe Junior Suite - 65 sqm
From the moment you enter, Deluxe Junior Suites offer a wonderful sensation of spaciousness within a unified volume with a clearly defined bedroom and a typically French-style living area. A king-size bed appears all the more majestic beneath an artisanally crafted canopy.
Executive Suite - 75 sqm
The Executive Suites have stylish nobility à la française as well as that extra little touch of soul that belongs to the French capital alone. Bathed in natural light, they all accommodate the art of entertaining with a separate living area that is independent from the bedroom and proportions that invite guests to experience the French art de vivre in a sublime stately setting.
Deluxe Suite - 90 sqm
Vast and luminous with an aristocratic air, the Deluxe Suites all represent the quintessence of French luxury. Conceived to rival the most elegant private Parisian mansions, the décor is of rare sophistication and each room enjoys a separate entrance. A beautiful, spacious living space comprises a living room that flows elegantly to the dining room. In some rooms, rounded volumes enhance the charm of a “historical” experience. Particular care has gone into the design of large dressing rooms and bathrooms in Carrara marble.
Suite Marcel Proust - 59 sqm
Marcel Proust is an integral part of the history of the Ritz Paris, so it’s only natural that his luxurious quarters remain intact. This Prestige Suite faithfully replicates the celebrated author’s refined universe completed with a rich library, precious souvenirs and period furniture.
A tribute to one of French literature’s greatest writers, and a real gem for those who revere Parisian intellectual life: a suite done entirely in woodwork, like a private library, and designed like a bachelor pad, in keeping with the writer’s world and remembrances.
Suite Chopin - 68 sqm
The Ritz Paris pays homage to the Polish-born Parisian pianist with a Prestige Suite of incomparable style. Artwork, noble materials and a grand piano make for a perfect composition culminating with, inside its rounded bedroom, a painted ceiling that is listed as a Historic Monument.
Distinctive and original for its volumes and rounded shape, charismatic for a painted ceiling that is listed as a Historic Monument, with a grand piano in the living room, this Prestige Suite is equaled only by the memory of the genius composer, who once lived on Place Vendôme. Whether or not one is a music lover, one can’t help but give into the romanticism and lyricism in this suite.
Suite Charlie Chaplin - 72 sqm
The view of the Vendôme Column from this king-sized bed is in itself an indisputable pretext for lounging around. In addition to the double salon, the filmmaker’s personal photos and memorabilia invite genuine enjoyment of this classic and noble Prestige Suite.
Suite Ernest Hemingway - 79 sqm
With its beautiful volumes, ideal layout and a rounded salon typical of First Empire architecture, this Prestige Suite brims with charm. Its carefully stocked library is a central feature of the living room, while little-known photographs of the famed journalist and correspondent give the space true cachet. As the celebrated author and liberator of Paris wrote, “When I dream of an afterlife in heaven, the action always takes place at the Ritz Paris.”
Suite Grand Jardin - 80 sqm
This suite has the proportions, layout and natural elegance of a true Parisian pied-à-terre, with an independent entrance for each room, the living room and the bedroom. The balance of color between the different rooms and a sense of detail that is the hallmark of refined Parisian interiors make this the ideal suite for extended stays. It has it all — right down to a miraculous and bucolic 45 square meter-terrace, right in the heart of Paris.
Suite Mansart - 85 sqm
Designed as a penthouse, with a vast 38 square-meter roof terrace and a view over the Place Vendôme and its surroundings, this Prestige Suite is the ultimate luxury in Paris. A long, enfilade configuration lends originality, perspective and natural light to each room in this pretty interior.
Suite Opéra - 87 sqm
Spacious and bathed in natural light, this suite stands out from the others for its slightly theatrical atmosphere. Red velvet contrasts with the noble character of dark woods, echoing the breathtaking view of one of the most beautiful examples of Paris’ artistic heritage: the Opéra Garnier.
Suite Prince de Galles - 93 sqm
“Where Ritz goes, I go”, the Prince of Wales – and future King Edward VII – once said. The Prestige Suite that carries his name reflects the inimitable spirit of the Ritz Paris. A sumptuous décor featuring a royal canopy bed, delicate sculpted woodwork, period artwork and Louis XVI-style furniture creates an intimate atmosphere of absolute comfort. Vast, with a classic layout and all the splendor of the sumptuous apartments that have sealed the reputation of the French art de vivre, this Prestige Suite is a model of balance.
Suite Maria Callas - 120 sqm
The world’s most celebrated diva chose the Ritz Paris for its inimitable luxury. Today, her glamorous aura and legendary romanticism live on in her namesake Prestige Suite. A harmonious rendition of the French “art de vivre”.
With its mansard ceiling, this Prestige Suite is an intimate refuge worthy of the greatest diva of all time, offering one of the most beautiful views of Paris, sweeping from the Eiffel Tower over the rooftops of the capital. In a color scheme of powdery pink and pastels, one immediately discerns the absolute, radiant femininity of a legendary personality.
Suite César Ritz - 126 sqm
César Ritz wanted his hotel to offer the luxury and comfort of a private mansion. More than ever, his Prestige Suite overlooking the Place Vendôme embodies Ritz’s inimitable spirit, blending the ornamental refinement of the 18th century with the latest in state-of-the-art technology.
Though it faces the prestigious Place Vendôme, this suite cultivates the kind of intimate ambiance prized by the greats of this world. With its mansard ceiling and double entrance, it reprises the atmosphere of a typical Parisian apartment under the eaves. Gradations of soft pink nod to a feminine sensibility, in this particular case, it is a tribute to César Ritz’s wife, Marie-Louise Ritz, whose bronze likeness keeps watch over this space.
Suite Vendôme - 163 sqm
In homage to the hotel’s address, the Suite Vendôme reveals opulence worthy of what is known as the Grand Siècle. Aristocratic and majestic, the vast Prestige Suite is a grandiloquent tribute to square for which it is named — the most prestigious in Paris. Its living area is worthy of the most beautiful Parisian private mansions with two conversation areas and an immense bedroom and meticulous attention to the tiniest details.
L' Appartement Ritz - 163 sqm
Designed as the very essence of the Parisian apartment, with the charm of mansard ceilings, unexpected spaces concealed behind a door or at the end of a corridor, the Ritz Apartment is one of a kind. One might almost just forget that it’s in a hotel: enter via private elevator and settle in just as if you’re at home thanks to a fully equipped kitchen.
Suite Windsor - 163 sqm
Majestic and extremely refined, this emblematic suite embodies all the prestige and charisma of one of the world’s most famous couples. From Duchess’s favorite pastel blue to naive prints, silks and carved woodwork, this suite subtly blends French aristocratic style with that of English royalty.
Suite F. Scott Fitzgerald - 185 sqm
Created in homage to the most elegant globetrotter of the Années Folles, this Prestige Suite features numerous travel souvenirs and a generous library. Sumptuous moldings and an opulent color palette make this a true bijou suite.
Vast and opulent, this Prestige Suite is dressed in variations of gold fabrics and silks. The carved woodwork and padded velvet seats delicately highlight the black and white works and shots of the dandy globetrotter. His travel memories pay tribute to all those who are nostalgic for the Roaring Twenties.
Suite Coco Chanel - 188 sqm
Coco Chanel was intimately linked to the Ritz Paris and she decorated her Suite herself. In her world, luxury is all grace and refinement, a reflection of her love for Asian lacquer, gilded mirrors and the pairing of black with white. The Ritz Paris became her home.
Like the iconic designer who decorated her suite herself in her day and whose vision of French chic has spanned decades and cultures, this Prestige Suite is for aesthetes and lovers of an elegant, sober and discreet contemporary décor. Done entirely in black and white, it gives pride of place to clean lines and the refinement of a lacquer or velvet mixed with other noble materials with a few touches of gold to enhance its unity.
Suite Impériale - 218 sqm
Inspired by the splendor of the Château de Versailles yet overlooking Place Vendôme, this Prestige Suite is unique in the world. It alone distills the most beautiful of tributes to the Royal Court of the Sun King and the French art de vivre of the time. A room identical to Marie-Antoinette’s at the palace, from the furniture to the décor, this room is an immersion in the extraordinary richness of the 18th century that lovers of French history will appreciate.
The heart of the Ritz Paris beats to the rhythm of the City of Light. It sets its own tempo, which varies in mood and spirit from the Bar Vendôme to the Salon Proust and the Bar Hemingway. Taking breakfast or French teatime at 15 Place Vendôme always carries the promise of special, memorable moments. Whether you’d like a quick breakfast or a leisurely experience, the flavors of brasserie cuisine or “bistronomique” dishes for sharing, a gourmet lunch or an evening of haute cuisine, whatever your wishes or the time of day, a table awaits inside the hotel or in the garden. The beating heart of 15 Place Vendôme are its Parisian settings, atmospheres and rituals that accompany every kind of rendezvous. Breakfast, lunch, cocktails and late-night snacks may be found at two restaurants inside one and the same hotel: the Bar Vendôme for its round-the-clock ambiance and the Bar Hemingway — a legend with all the chic of a private English club.
The legendary L’Espadon restaurants are writing a new chapter in French haute cuisine with the arrival of young and talented Chef Nicolas Sale, already awarded four Michelin stars. L’Espadon’s exacting gastronomy blends tradition and innovation, with a sumptuous dining room canopied by a painted sky and a private dining room for up to 12 guests. Awarded: 2-Michelin Stars. The sumptuous setting of Les Univers de L’Espadon changes as the day goes on, from a gentle breakfast to lunch with friends or business associates or an exceptional dinner. Whether it’s one star by day or two by night, the experience is always exquisite, as is the quality of ingredients. Chef Nicolas Sale and Pastry Chef François Perret share a philosophy: like art, gastronomy represents an endless quest. Belle Époque-style Bar Vendôme is the hotel’s brasserie, split between an intimate bar and terrace covered by a retractable glass canopy.
Les Jardins De L’Espadon - 1 Michelin Star
Our Michelin one-star restaurant. A star shines over a glass roof that takes on the air of a winter garden at lunchtime. An ideal setting for appreciating the best of the season, as prepared by Chef Nicolas Sale — a lover of terroir and an ambassador of bold, authentic cuisine.
La Table De L’Espadon - 2 Michelin Star
Our Michelin two-star restaurant. Unforgettable dining, in a décor to match. Chef Nicolas Sale’s twice-starred cuisine is framed by elements worthy of France’s Grand Siècle, with a magnificent painted ceiling, moldings and gilt work. A monumental floral composition and chandelier in fine Bohemian crystal, wall lights in Murano glass, dishware by Haviland decorated with an exclusive imperial motif, and crystal centerpieces by Daum play supporting roles in a beautiful exercise in texture and contrast as the Chef delivers his highly personal interpretation of French cuisine.
A must in any day spent at the Ritz Paris, it exudes the warm atmosphere of a large Parisian brasserie. Morning, noon, or late at night, there is always something going on at the Bar Vendôme — the perfect place for a club sandwich or a Caesar salad at any time of day!
At the heart of the hotel, the winter garden at the Bar Vendôme hosts a typically British ritual, served daily in keeping with the rules of the art: Afternoon Tea. Afternoon tea comes with finger cookies, scones and a pastry by our Head Pastry Chef, François Perret. Prolong an afternoon beneath a blue sky or the sublime retractable glass roof, or opt for the red velvet banquettes and a quiet atmosphere near the bar. The best time? Settle in starting at 6pm to enjoy live music played on a grand piano.
Cole Porter would spend up to 9 hours a day in the Hemingway Bar: he’s said to have composed “Begin the Beguine” here. F. Scott Fitzgerald had his favorite seat; Ernest Hemingway and Gary Cooper made it the epicenter of their life in Paris and would sit and talk for hours. The legend has long since been written – but here, it comes back to life every night. Head Barman Colin Peter Field’s incredible creations are a reference for cocktail lovers the world over. And while guests flock to this warm, intimate alcove to see what he’s shaking up, they also return, again and again, for the heady, arty spirit that still lingers in this magical place. The night begins and ends at the Ritz Paris.
The world’s most famous (and smallest) Bar owes its name to the journalist and writer who was a regular. With Colin Field, the twice-named “Best Head Barman in the World”, the legend lives on. Every evening, many fans and followers strive to land one of the 25 seats in this iconic Bar with the aura of a Members’ Club. Tufted leather armchairs, a library, photos and an old-fashioned typewriter, the absence of music to encourage conversations… the alchemy of the place is indescribably special: just one visit and you’ll understand.
Salon Proust & Champagne Bar
“At the Ritz, nobody pushes you,” Marcel Proust once said. It’s an observation that earned the author of “In Search of Lost Time” a salon named in his honor, a place where, comfortably settled into a plush armchair, in the company of rare books and warm woodwork, one can simply take the time to daydream. And to indulge in the memorable delights of madeleines and exceptional teas. An ideal spot for savoring favorite childhood cakes by the fireplace.
At the very heart of the Ritz Paris, Salon Proust invites you to take a luxurious moment`s rest. The warm wood paneling and book-lined walls make it the perfect hideaway for a calm interlude in a busy day. Comfortable furnishings and deep armchairs around the fireplace make it hard to resist sitting down for afternoon tea. Discover a unique selection of Champagne in Marcel Proust’s library. Many rare and stunning Champagne to taste in the heart of this cosy salon.
Inquisitive and Parisian to the end, a witness to the whisperings of his day, the author of “In Search of Lost Time” made this lounge-library his headquarters, a social observatory right in the heart of the Ritz Paris where no shred of inspiration could elude his keen eye. Named in his memory, this wood-paneled sitting room where a fire crackles in the hearth in winter remains one of the hotel’s musts. This is where our Head Pastry Chef, François Perret, offers “French-style teatime” daily, a special moment that nods to Proust’s beloved madeleines, which are served alongside other biscuits, and marble cakes.
Starting at 6pm, the Salon Proust transforms into a Champagne bar.
Salon Auguste Escoffier
In this private dining room with a sublime Napoleonic décor, the Ritz Paris pays tribute to its first chef and, above all, offers the privilege of enjoying cuisine by the two-star chef Nicolas Sale in complete privacy. A large, round table with a view over the glass roof of L’Espadon welcomes up to 12 guests for a memorable gastronomic adventure.
L’École Ritz Escoffier
At the Ritz Paris, a school lives in the heart of our kitchens. Our Ecole is unique in the world, a place where French know-how is taught to aspiring professionals until they achieve excellence and to culinary enthusiasts, be they novices, experienced Chefs, or budding young cooks. All our classes are conducted in French and consecutively translated into English.
A symbol of excellence and savoir-faire that’s unique in the world: the Ecole Ritz Escoffier doesn’t just offer simple classes and cooking workshops inside a Parisian institution. It also presents an opportunity to sit down and share a gastronomic moment that’s as close to the action you can get in Chef Nicolas Sale’s kitchens. There’s even a chance to put on an apron and play apprentice.
The Ritz Club Paris is a destination in its own right. From the moment you arrive, Art Deco features and warm-colored graphics create an enveloping universe, a cozy and refined approach to well being. Behind the main door sits one of the most exclusive clubs in the capital. What’s in store? Holistic treatments, unique expertise and custom-tailored experiences. Certainly the most prestigious and exclusive Club in the capital, with more than 40 group classes weekly, a fitness room filled with state-of-the-art equipment and coaches at your disposition, exclusive beauty treatments, and a private hair salon by David Mallett, the capital’s favorite hairstylist.
The masterpiece around which the Private Club was conceived is a sublime swimming pool with 800,000 hand-laid mosaics, composing 50 shades of blue. Tones that change throughout the day and are reflected in a summer sky. On either side, double staircases give it the aristocratic allure of a terrace overlooked by balconies with chaise lounges for resting and a Pool Bar where juices can help prepare for or complement a treatment.
A Pool Bar and relaxation alcoves complete an unforgettable moment to focus on fitness and relaxation. Stop the clock and take a break from an overbooked agenda and the constant gaze of others, just for an hour. That’s what people come here for, even if it means just a few laps in the pool, or settling into a private alcove on a balcony overlooking the pool, or by following the lead of a coach or taking to the fitness machines. At the Ritz Club Paris, your time is yours alone. A Ritz Club Paris signature, relaxation alcoves that are sheltered from view on a balcony overlooking the pool. Veiled curtains, a summer sky that invites reveries, soft lighting and comfortable lounge chairs invite you to finally let it all go.
Administered in cozy rooms, all Ritz Club Paris signature treatments are designed to work in-depth to harmonize body and mind, rebalance, and re-energize. Whether you seek to realign balance, unravel tensions, or energize by stimulating circulation and nerve endings, each protocol has been carefully developed for efficacy and just letting go. And while each ritual follows a specific type of expertise each benefits from an initial consultation and an attentive ear.
Ritz Paris Spa
Ritz Paris Spa gives guests the opportunity to enjoy a deeply sybaritic moment of relaxation while reviving and replenishing the skin to a radiant state. Housed inside the hotel’s two-story, state-of-the-art wellness center, Ritz Club, the spa specializes in highly customized, multisensory experiences that revitalize the mind, body, and spirit. Indulge in the signature massage, combining the most effective of Eastern and Western techniques, or rejuvenating skincare therapies, facials, and makeup applications using the best skincare products.
Because there is something intimate about rituals, fitness and well-being sessions at the Ritz Paris take place in an exclusive setting, designed on a human scale and with complete discretion. Guided by fitness, sports and nutrition professionals, you can choose a complete fitness evaluation or a personalized slimming or detox program.
David Mallett au Ritz Paris
He belongs to that very exclusive club of hairdressers who are copied all over the world. His talent? Just take a look at those who entrust their hair to him. While his signature is based on blending naturalness and glamour, he always makes a point of translating each client’s personality above all with the “right” cut that will long outlast a photo op. His salon is a reflection of his personality: intimate, friendly, with a retro spirit he loves.
For 20 years, the Australian stylist has been traveling the world, from fashion shoots to prestigious one-on-ones with clients who have adopted his signature: a blend of naturalness and glamour. His results are always elegant and effortless, buoyant, seemingly spontaneous and very Parisian.
The Grand Jardin
A unique feature in Paris, the Grand Jardin is an oasis of green in the middle of the city. One of the most romantic, timeless settings in the capital. It is landscaped in the pure French tradition, with a fountain, sculpted boxwoods, clusters of white flowers and magnolia trees plus private alcoves nestled among the hedges. This 17,222 sq.ft. garden may be privatized to offer guests an unforgettable moment at the Ritz Paris.