After it’s €26 million facelift, The Snobby Runway takes a look inside Ascott’s new luxurious Citadines Suites Arc de Triomphe on the prestigious Avenue Kléber in Paris.
Located between the world famous Champs-Elysées and Place du Trocadéro, Citadines Arc de Triomphe Paris is a sanctuary in the heart of the central business district, close to luxury boutiques, renowned monuments and museums. Offering a unique experience unlike any other in Paris, the serviced residence seamlessly marries Parisian elegance in a 19th century Haussmannian apartment building with the postmodernist style of celebrated architect Ricardo Bofill in an adjoining hotel, offering expansive interior and flawless architectural lines.
We have fallen in love with it’s interior, designed by the award-winning, UK based architectural firm Buckley Gray Yeoman, the interior décor uses lavish materials and fittings. In the building designed by Ricardo Bofill, the contemporary style includes a mixture of textures such as sycamore wood with Carrara bathrooms. Pillows, chairs and other furniture feature fabrics by well-known French design house Pierre Frey. In the Haussman style building, the décor is more Parisian with Hungarian-point parquet floors, light oak, mosaics and elaborate cornices that lend a classy yet cosy air to the apartments. Timeless and inviting, the interior has been designed with residents’ comfort in mind.
We think the interior and ambiance gives a feeling of relaxation and well-being in an elegant VIP setting located in the heart of Paris that includes comfortable lounges, a 400-sqm gymnasium and two Turkish baths. The large boardroom can accommodate up to 20 people and is well equipped to enable top executives and business leaders to hold meetings in the lap of luxury. As a guest, you can feel like royalty by requesting a personalised stay tailored to your individual needs. The serviced residence’s has 112 luxe units that span 35 to 108 sqm with décor ranging from spacious classic rooms for two, to two-bedroom suites which can accommodate up to four adults and two children. Enjoy optimum comfort in the refined rooms or the suites with a kitchen that enable guests to prepare home-cooked meals at their convenience. It offers a gorgeous view of its iconic namesake and is one of several suites with a private terrace. The apartments also have connecting rooms, allowing guests and residents to adapt them to suit their needs.
Mr Alfred Ong, Asscott’s Managing Director for Europe, said: “Citadines Suites Arc de Triomphe Paris offers luxury living in a serviced residence that combines Parisian elegance with modernity in a prime location. Customers will be spoilt for choice with spacious classic rooms or apartments with separate bedrooms and a fully equipped kitchen, all within the same building. Moreover, our Citadines Suites Hosts will attend to every detail to make our guests feel at home. Our first property under the Citadines Suites label, Citadines Suites Louvre Paris, is recently named one of the top 25 luxury hotels in France at TripAdvisors’ Travellers’ Choice Awards. With the opening of Citadines Suites Arc de Triomphe, guests can now choose from our 43 properties with over 5,000 apartment units across 19 cities in Europe.”
Mr Ong added: “Since Ascott acquired the Citadines apart-hotel chain in 2002, it has grown to be one of the largest Singapore based companies to invest in the hospitality industry in France. In the last five years, Ascott has been upgrading many of its properties globally including Europe to enhance customer experience. By end 2016, we would have invested €125 million to refurbish 33 properties in Europe. We will continue to deepen Ascott’s growth in gateway cities where we have presence such as Paris, London, Hamburg and Munich, as well as explore new opportunities to achieve Ascott’s target of 80,000 apartment units globally by 2020. We will expand through acquisitions of turnkey developments or existing buildings which we can convert into serviced residences, management contracts and franchises.”
In a prestigious location, strategically located in an exclusive district, Citadines Suites Arc de Triomphe Paris is within walking distance to many attractions including the Arc de Triomphe, Eiffel Tower, Théâtre National de Chaillot and prestigious museums such as Musée du Quai Branly (dedicated to Indigenous Art, Cultures and Civilisations) and Musée Guimet (National Museum of Asian Arts). With several metro stations and bus stops a short walk from the property, guests will enjoy convenient access to various destinations in Paris.
The serviced residence also has a direct entrance to the recently opened Restaurant L’Hexagone, helmed by chef Mathieu Pacaud, who has held three Michelin stars since 2009.
Opening specials To celebrate the opening of Citadines Suites Arc de Triomphe Paris, Ascott is offering special rates starting at €191 per night for a 35-sqm Classic room including breakfast. The offer is valid until 31 March 2015 and includes breakfast.
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