Mandarin Oriental, Paris has launched a luxury accommodation offer that includes shopping tips from The Parisienne’s Notebook created with iconic online lifestyle magazine DO IT IN PARIS.
By booking the Shop Like a Parisian package, guests will be able to indulge in other benefits too, such as VIP access to rue Saint-Honoré boutiques, a hands-free shopping service and a post-shopping recovery spa treatment. The package is available year-round.
Sharing details of 25 of Paris’s most creative ateliers, chicest retail outlets and little-known hidden gems, The Parisienne’s Notebook is divided into five themes of food, veganism, family, fashion and beauty, and will enable guests to experience the Paris that is loved by locals.
Guests can discover imaginative vegan handbags, learn about sewing at the most beautiful haberdashery in Paris or visit a workshop-boutique that is reinventing Limoges porcelain. Other secret city treasures revealed in the guide include a museum exhibiting Tintin, Dali and Murakami artworks, and a particularly stylish gentleman’s barber.
The Shop Like a Parisian package is priced from EUR 1,185 per night, and includes:
Breakfast for up to two people served either in-room or in Camélia restaurant overlooking the hotel’s lush inner garden
A copy of the first The Parisienne’s Notebook city guide
VIP access to the exquisite boutiques on Rue Saint-Honoré and hands-free shopping arranged by the Concierge on request
A rejuvenating Shopping Recovery Spa Treatment featuring ginger relaxation foot bath, stimulating foot scrub, lower leg recovery massage and back and shoulder massage (50-minute treatment for one person)
A 20% discount for any additional spa treatment
One energy drink per person, made with fresh natural ingredients at the hotel
The package is available year-round, subject to availability, and rates are based on two people sharing.
Members of Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group’s guest recognition programme, Fans of MO, can enjoy the Shopping Recovery Spa treatment and a copy of The Parisienne’s Notebook. The benefit is priced at EUR 180.
Reservations can be made through Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group’s on-line reservations service at www.mandarinoriental.com. Rooms are subject to availability, and terms and conditions apply.
About DO IT IN PARIS
Always on the lookout for new addresses, outings and events, the editorial team of DO IT IN PARIS explores Paris by bicycle, scooter, taxi and in high heels to spot the latest cool restaurants, the best exhibitions, trendy gym classes as well as hot brunch spots, original concept-stores and great terraces.
About Mandarin Oriental, Paris
Mandarin Oriental, Paris is a celebration of Paris today and tomorrow, inspired by fashion and artistic creativity and underpinned by the brand’s legendary service. This truly Parisian five star hotel provides an oasis of tranquillity and a cocoon of luxury. The 96 chic and elegant rooms and 39 spacious suites offer guests an exceptionally stylish Parisian experience with their nod to couture and unique art pieces. Located in the very heart of the city, the hotel’s best kept secret is its inner garden providing a sanctuary from the bustling city and a peaceful dining haven. A wide range of dining options are overseen by celebrated Chef Thierry Marx, including two-Michelin starred, fine-dining restaurant, Sur Mesure, all-day dining Camélia, a Cake Shop by Mandarin Oriental, a cool cocktail bar, as well as L’Honoré serving health conscious cuisine. Finally, the Spa at Mandarin Oriental offers unique wellness and relaxation experiences, in a soothing, contemporary environment, featuring luxurious private treatment rooms, an indoor pool and a state of the art fitness centre. Mandarin Oriental, Paris is the preferred choice of discerning travellers who believe they have found the city’s best kept secret address.
About Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group
Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group is the award-winning owner and operator of some of the world’s most luxurious hotels, resorts and residences. Having grown from its Asian roots into a global brand, the Group now operates 32 hotels and seven residences in 23 countries and territories, with each property reflecting the Group’s oriental heritage and unique sense of place. Mandarin Oriental has a strong pipeline of hotels and residences under development, and is a member of the Jardine Matheson Group.