Good news for those looking for luxurious hotels in Paris: Maison Delano, housed in a stunning 18th-century mansion, is now open for reservations.
It is strategically located at 4 rue d’Anjou, just a stone’s throw away from the luxury boutiques of Faubourg Saint-Honoré. The establishment boasts 56 lavish rooms, including 19 suites, and a large terrace in the inner courtyard.
Such opulence is only matched by the restaurant, La Chambre Bleue, named after a painting by Pablo Picasso, helmed by three-star Andalusian chef, Dani García. The menu is a journey through the heart of the Mediterranean and prominently features fish, seafood, and Iberian specialties. The Delano Bar, dedicated to cocktails and other beverages, can be accessed through its own entrance on the street.
This is the brand’s first establishment in the capital, in partnership with the hotel developer, owner, and operator, Katara Hospitality, and just one of the many openings planned by its parent company, the Accor Group.
“Katara Hospitality aims to bring together a selection of unique, leading, handpicked hotels in the world’s largest destinations. Maison Delano represents an ideal opportunity to strengthen our presence in the world’s leading tourist destination,” says Andrew Humphries, Managing Director of Katara Hospitality. 4 rue d’Anjou, 75008 Paris. maisondelanoparis.com