With a privileged position in the heart of Paris, the hotel is ideally situated close to many luxury stores, renowned restaurants, museums and famous institutions. The hotel concept is inspired by a famous French beauty during the 1900's, Cléo de Mérode, and the interior spaces seek to capture the essence of the French dancer, actress and artist, as she was also the muse of Klimt, Nadar, Lautrec and even Marcel Proust. Composer, Hahn Reynaldho nicknamed Mérode, 'Pretty little narcissus'.
While history and the surrounding location are certainly a reward for guests, the hotel is also surprisingly romantic, its interiors exuding supreme comfort, plush textile and tranquility, a treasured experience when discovering this European capital. After hours on the go discovering the city, the hotel’s spa offers a unique change of scenery, with insight into modern-day Parisian well-being.
Spanning six floors with an intimate atmosphere at the fore, the hotel’s 37 rooms are designed with classic mouldings and fabrics in soft tones while modern refinement is evident in the details. Superior Rooms provide well-proportioned spaces for optimal comfort, while Deluxe Rooms are chic, yet romantic, exuding a distinct Parisian atmosphere. The Executive Rooms are ideal for longer stays, with generous layouts and a delicate atmosphere that feels like ‘home away from home’.
Le Narcisse Blanc Hotel spa is among the most pleasant and loved in Paris, and features a 13-metre length pool where you can swim counter-current, jacuzzi, hammam/steam room, sauna and a Technogym® powered fitness room. Tailor-made treatments are curated by Carita, and take place in individual, private massage cabins.
Canadian Chef Zachary Gavillet offers contemporary and creative cuisine, with a menu that is carefully selected, using mostly organic ingredients. The hotel also offers afternoon tea for guests, accompanied by a selection of sweet and savoury delicacies. The restaurant and room service menus change every season, allowing Chef Gavillet to continually surprise and captivate his gastronomic audience, from breakfast to high-end, late-night cravings.