Meliá Hotels International opens its latest property in France. Set to open in March 2015, the new hotel will be opened in the heart of Paris’ vibrant business district of La Défense. With spectacular panoramic views of the city and its key landmarks, Meliá Paris La Défense is the largest four star hotel to open in ten years in French capital.
Created by Vasconi Architects in partnership with renowned French interior designer Jean-Phillipe Nuel, Meliá Paris La Défense has been uniquely designed in the shape of the sail of a boat. Jean-Phillipe Nuel was the brainchild behind the high-profile revamp of Paris’ iconic Molitor Swimming Pool.
The new built property boasts 369 guest rooms, including 29 suites, which are distributed across 18 floors. Each room has superior-quality linen, an en-suite bathroom with a rain shower and premium amenities, as well as a flat-screen satellite TV.
Located on the 19th floor and set against the city’s magnificent backdrop,
The Skyline Paris Lounge & Bar at the 19th floor will provide scenic views of Paris with an extensive cocktail list, tapas and appetizers, as well as live music and DJs. The hotel has two restaurants:
Le Miroir restaurant has an impressive view of the Esplanade water mirror fountain and Greek artist Takis’ ‘Bright Trees’ installation, with an authentic menu which is a delicate fusion of Spanish tradition and international cuisines.
Set on the ground floor, The Place lobby bar & lounge is an everyday restaurant and deli with an outdoor terrace, where guests and local business people can eat in or takeaway.
The hotel also caters for meetings and business events, offering 850 square meters of flexible event space and eight conference rooms, which can accommodate up to 400 people. Each meeting room offers Wi-Fi and high-tech audio-visual equipment in a luxurious setting.
It has a 24 hour onsite fitness center located on the 19th floor allowing guests to work out and enjoy spectacular views of the city.