The automatic doors unveil a vast open lobby with beautifully luxurious features and soft tailored furniture, oozing glamour.
The archways exude a Parisian feel, with lighting underneath to create extra depth. The reception desk is set at a lower level to take away any barriers between staff and guest and make the space feel even more open.
The breakfast room is where guests can dine in the mornings if they don't opt for room service. The room also offers alcoholic drinks at a special happy hour as well as hot beverages throughout the day. The sofa curves are accentuated through the soft furnishings and decor.
The enclaves and shelving give a homely feel, with personal touches such as photo frames and classic fixtures.
The executive suites offer a self-serving kitchen area, free-standing bath and a beautiful subtle colour combination of purple and cream.
The premier suites are the second highest room grade and offer that little bit more space in the kitchen area. The hotel's average occupancy weekly is above 75% and the majority of guests are from North America, Australia and Japan and Europe.
The French bulldogs in the lobby area sit on top of a trunk and is a nod to the heritage of the building and its location.
The grande suites are approximately 40 square metres and many even have balconies overlooking the Parisian streets below. Suited to the longer stay travellers, the Nespresso coffee machine, luxurious bedding and fully-equipped kitchen make the room ideal for a week's stay.