Hotel du Louvre becomes Hyatt’s fifth Unbound Collection property in Europe [Infographic]

by | Jul 2, 2019 | Chains

The Hotel du Louvre joins the Unbound Collection after extensive remodelling

The recently reopened Parisian Hotel du Louvre joins Unbound by Hyatt’s ranks following a redesign of the interiors

An iconic hotel in the French capital has undergone substantial renovations to become part of Hyatt Hotels’ The Unbound Collection.

We find out more about the reopening of the Hotel du Louvre in Paris’ Palais-Royal district.

Hotel du Louvre brings its story to The Unbound Collection

The Unbound Collection is Hyatt Hotels’ selection of unique properties, each with its own story and identity. Hotel du Louvre in Paris is the latest hotel to join the collection.

The addition of this hotel to the collection marks Unbound’s fifth property in Europe, following hot on the heels of hotels in London, Biarritz, Barcelona and Cannes.

Situated in an enviable location between the Louvre, the Palais Royal, the Comédie Française and the Opéra Garnier in the City of Lights’ Palais-Royal district, the Hotel du Louvre has been a staple of Paris’ hospitality scene since it opened in 1855 as the city’s first grand hotel.

It is the embodiment of French history and occupies a standalone spot in one of Paris’ most iconic areas.

Built during the Second French Empire under Napoleon, the hotel has played host to many famous stars and dignitaries over the years, earning it a place in France’s history books.

A refreshing take on a historic property

The Hotel du Louvre has reopened after an extensive renovation, which has seen each of its 106 guest rooms and 58 luxury suites transformed and brought into the modern era.

The designers respected the character and design of the building, which is typical of the architectural style of 19th-century Paris, but have also woven in the influence of some of the hotel’s most famous guests, namely Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Victor Hugo and Sigmund Freud to achieve a fascinating yet complementary fusion of past and present.

From the hotel’s many balconies, guests can look out over some of Paris’ most iconic landmarks, including the Louvre.

The hotel also boasts several dining options such as the Brasserie du Louvre which serves traditional French cuisine, as well as the L’Officine du Louvre Bar, which serves signature herb cocktails.

Business travellers can avail of the hotel’s meeting facilities, each of which is in a specially designed studio which is guaranteed to wow colleagues and clients.

And for those looking to relax and rejuvenate, there is a 24-hour fitness centre with a fully equipped gym.

Here is an TOPHOTELCONSTRUCTION infographic detailing the project pipeline of Hyatt:

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