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“Le Burgundy balances a fashionable location with being cosy and welcoming. The rooms are stylish with quirky unique touches. The cognac and champagne bar are both named after the French poet Baudelaire, who apparently once lived in the building that the hotel now occupies. The restaurant boasts a Michelin star and the hotel’s tea room – The Winter Garden – serves the pastry chef’s finest creations.”
This chic hotel just off the Champs Elysées is light and bright and brings a contemporary style of luxury to the upper echelons of the Paris hotel scene. Inside, Le Burgundy reflects its owner’s passion for art throughout the hotel: outside, the address is located only a stone’s throw away from Place Vendôme, rue Saint-Honoré and Place de la Madeleine.
Equipped with 59 rooms, rooms are fresh and modern in accents of dove-grey and cream, with wall-to-wall carpeting, modern art on the walls, and comfortable beds with feather pillows. The bathrooms are spacious and feature modern stone and marble.
The bar and Michelin star restaurant are both named after the French poet Baudelaire, who apparently once lived in the building that the hotel now occupies. Appropriately, the bar carries a great list of Burgundies.
Additional facilities include the Carita Spa & Fitness Club which boasts a lap pool, hammam, sauna and massage booths.