Following the legendary Ritz's reopening last year, the Hotel de Crillon now operated by Rosewood Hotels & Resorts boasts its first-ever facelift since it opened its doors to paying guests in 1909.

A frequent hotel choice for the likes of Ernest Hemingway, Charlie Chaplin, Winston Churchill, Michael Jackson, and Madonna – the Crillon has always been world-renowned for its impeccable design and extravagant suites.

This Neo-classical building is bathed with marble accoutrements and gold detailings all-over its interior. Now reopening with 124 rooms compared to its previous 147, the hotel has included 10 signature suites, two of which were designed by Karl Lagerfeld. The Bernstein Suite is one of its most prized gems. With a beautiful view of the Place de la Concorde, this room is made and designed with the greatest luxury.

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For more details on the Hotel de Crillon, visit: www.rosewoodhotels.com/hotel-de-crillon.

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