Pershing Hall is situated in the heart of the golden triangle between the Champs Elysées, Avenue Montaigne and Avenue George V. A centre for business and international finance, the area is just a few steps from luxury boutiques and trendy clubs, which have forged the reputation of one of the most beautiful avenues in Paris: the Champs Elysées.
Built by the Count of Paris at the end of the 18th century, this townhouse is still one of the most beautiful examples of period architecture. A popular draw for the Parisian in-crowd with its Andrée Putman interiors, champagne bar and Champs-Élysées address, the real stand-out feature here is the 30-metre luxuriant vertical garden with more than 300 species of tropical plant life that dominates the glass roof covered courtyard.
The modern boutique hotel only has 26 rooms, all as meticulously ordered as the lobby. The smaller doubles maximise space through minimalist decor, but the larger suites feel positively huge. The palette is muted and provides a pleasant contrast to the heavy fabrics used at more traditional Parisian hotels.
At night the atmosphere is totally different. The mood is romantic and sultry with soft red and purple lighting and ambient music and a fitting vibe as guests enjoy their haute cuisine. To unwind even further, the hotel has a compact spa offering a gym and massage treatments.