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- British Airways First Class Lounge – Boston
- British Airways First Class – Boston to London
- British Airways Concorde Room – London
- Park Hyatt Vendôme Paris – Park Suite
- Around the Park Hyatt Vendôme Paris
- Park Hyatt Vendôme Paris
- Day 1 in Paris – George V, The Champs-Elysées, and the Arc de Triomphe
- Day 2 in Paris – Notre Dame & the Paris Opera
- Park Hyatt Vendôme Paris – Park Deluxe Room
- Day 3 in Paris – A Lazy Day & Dinner in the Eiffel Tower
- Day 4 in Paris – Versailles and Rue Cler
- Day 5 in Paris – Sainte-Chapelle, the Louvre, & Emily’s Favorite Evening
- Day 6 in Paris – Park Hyatt Paris Buffet & a Day of Shopping
- Day 7 in Paris – Emily’s Allergic Reaction and our Last Day in Paris
- American Airlines Admirals Club – Paris
- Hilton Heathrow London, Terminal 4
- British Airways Concorde Room
- British Airway First Class – London to Boston
- Air France Graf Lounge – Boston
- Conclusion & Blog Giveaway
The Park Hyatt Vendôme Paris is not a grand imposing building from the outside, and I likely would have missed it if I wasn’t specifically looking for it! The Park Hyatt is one of the few hotels with the prestigious “Palace” designation in Paris, but you wouldn’t know it from the outside.
The street is lined with luxury shops, and the only distinguishing factor externally are the green plants hanging from the balconies of the Park Hyatt.
You see the concierge to the left as soon as you enter and a passage leads to the main check in area with the restaurants, bar, and elevators.
The main breakfast area on the 1st floor offers a breakfast buffet as well as the option to order off the menu. The breakfast buffet had a large assortment of food to eat, which I’ll cover in later posts. The mango juice was our favorite!
The atrium faces the hotel courtyard.
The courtyard was clean and well maintained, but you are looking at the insides of a building. On the other hand, it is away from the hustle and bustle of Paris and the people watching in the courtyard is excellent.
There are lots of flowers throughout the hotel.
The main check in area is towards the end of the passage, and the business center is tucked away behind the check-in desk.
I had to fax documents to the US for work one day, so I dropped them off at the front desk. Later that day, I had a sealed envelope in my room with the documents back and a hand written note addressed to “Monsieur Daraius Dubash” letting me know that the documents were faxed. The hotel seems to have mastered the art of the little touches.
Just before the check-in area are stairs which lead downstairs to the meeting rooms and to the Spa.
Unfortunately, we never ventured into the spa because it was expensive. But I’m sure it would have been great after a long day of sightseeing.
Next to the breakfast area is another seating area with a cosy fireplace.
And there were more metal statues throughout the first floor.
Emily Jablon: The Park Hyatt Vendôme was a wonderful place to spend our honeymoon in Paris because of the clean modern rooms, excellent service, and convenient location.
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