Mandarin Oriental, Paris Reopens

Published on : Thursday, October 1, 2020

Mandarin Oriental, Paris reopened its doors to welcome back guests on 27 September 2020, following a temporary closure due to coronavirus-related restrictions.

Immersed within the heart of rue Saint-Honoré just steps away from Place Vendôme it is the city’s most vibrant hotel, where contemporary Parisian elegance blends with legendary service. Guests can easily explore the capital’s most innovative boutiques and illustrious French brands, or stroll to the Louvre, Garnier opera house and Tuileries Garden.

The lush, landscaped inner garden provides a serene sanctuary from the bustling city. Heated in the winter, the garden is the perfect spot to enjoy afternoon tea, a speciality cocktail from Bar 8 or the culinary magic of Chef Thierry Marx. To mark the reopening, the hotel has announced the launch of a Belvedere vodka pop-up terrace at Bar 8, destined to be the best spot in the city to enjoy this distiller’s innovative vodka cocktails – created with its signature Single Estate Rye and Heritage 176 – while enjoying gentle music in a sophisticated ambiance.

Mandarin Oriental, Paris is offering the opportunity for a chic getaway in the ‘City of Light’ with its Staycation by M.O. package, this includes:

Daily breakfast for two
Early check-in
Late check-out
A bottle of champagne

A hotel credit of EUR150 when booking a room or EUR300 if booking a suite.
What’s more, to help guests make the most of their time in Paris, the hotel is collaborating with Helifirst, the exclusive airline, to offer personalised day trips from the city by helicopter. Explore or rediscover favourite French monuments and landscapes such as the Loire Valley, Mont Saint Michel or Champagne vineyards – perfect for an unforgettable and breathtaking experience.

The hotel also has in place Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group’s We Care programme of health and safety practices and precautionary measures to ensure the comfort, safety and health of its guests and colleagues.


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