1, Place Vendome, 75001
The Hotel de Vendôme was built in 1723 for Pierre Perrin, who was secretary to King Louis XIV. From 1736, it changed several hands, from being the headquarters of the crown property department, to becoming the Embassy of the Republic of Texas from 1842 to 1843. In 1858, the tone was set for the building, when it was converted into a Hotel. -The Hotel de Vendome is a jewel reflecting the precious stones all around. The harmony of the shades, lighting, marbles and the flowers give it the feeling of a beautiful private home. Each room or suite has its own individual decor and colors, which convey warmth and sophisticated elegance. Privilege with beauty & comfort with space, original antiques & period furniture, upholstery manufactured by the best French craftsmen. For the bathrooms, superb compositions of marble imported from all over the world. Privilege with efficiency and all the latest communication technology : fax, e-mail, internet, two telephone lines with voice mail, videophone. - Privilege of service : room service is available around the clock with a menu offering light and fresh dishes. The "bar anglais", located on the first floor, offers a cozy and warm decor and is the ideal spot to get together for lunch, afternoon tea or cocktails in the evening. The chef and the wine waiter know their classics, but they will also take great pleasure in making you discover new horizons
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Cancellation is possible until 4 pm 2 days prior to the check-in date with a penalty of 1 night's stay.
A cancellation after that time or a no-show, will incur a penalty of 1 night's stay.