Our $32,000+ Honeymoon in Paris for only $2,000! – Park Hyatt Vendôme Paris

Our $32,000+ Honeymoon in Paris for only $2,000! – Park Hyatt Vendôme Paris

Million Mile SecretsOur $32,000+ Honeymoon in Paris for only $2,000! – Park Hyatt Vendôme ParisMillion Mile Secrets Team

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Park Hyatt Vendome Paris
Emily Outside the Park Hyatt Vendôme Paris

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.

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Park Hyatt Vendôme Paris Exterior

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.

Park Hyatt Vendome Paris
Emily by the Breakfast Area

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.

Park Hyatt Vendome Paris

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.

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The Courtyard

There are lots of flowers throughout the hotel.

Park Hyatt Vendome Paris
The Breakfast Area

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.

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To the Check-In Desks
Park Hyatt Vendome Paris
Emily by the Check In Desks

Just before the check-in area are stairs which lead downstairs to the meeting rooms and to the Spa.

Park Hyatt Vendome Paris
Emily by 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.

Park Hyatt Vendome Paris
Emily by the Fireplace

And there were more metal statues throughout the first floor.

Park Hyatt Vendome Paris
Emily in the Lobby

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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Daraius, I would like to use my two free nights after meeting minimum spending at the Park Hyatt Paris-Vendome. However, I will also have a teenager with my wife and I. Do you think they will let me book a Park Deluxe King (max 3 people) with my certificate or would they likely limit me to the Park Queen (max 2 people)? Thanks!!

The Prince de Galles also offers really good points value for SPG members in Paris if you are looking for accommodation next to the Champs Elysées.

@Jeffrey Seavey Hi there - I got an email notification that there was a follow up post after mine, and I'm happy to relay our experience. We were there for New Years. I had called the hotel probably 3 times prior to be sure that all three of our reservations were combined, totaling 6 nights. They confirmed each time. The first 4 nights were under my name and my husband's name (so same last name). The last 2 nights were my mom's so under a different last name. When we got to check in, they confirmed that we were staying for 4 nights as opposed to 6. So I had to go through the explanation again, which I had hoped to avoid, and which was slightly confusing for the front desk staff. She asked me probably twice if my mom was actually staying at the hotel for the last 2 nights, and also confirmed 2-3 times that there were only 2 people - not 3 - staying in our room. It took 10 minutes to reorganize our reservation so that we didn't have to switch rooms for the last 2 nights, but she was able to do it, and ultimately didn't give me a hard time about using someone else's award nights. And we were upgraded to a Park King for all 6 nights which was great, especially considering that they only expected us for 4 nights and the hotel was completely sold out during our stay. I don't think you will have a problem since your 2 reservations will be under the same last name (I'm assuming) and since there are only reservations under 2 different names, as opposed to 3. Have a great time!

Had the same question as @RhubardPie. I'm taking my daughter to Paris this May and am using 2 days from my Hyatt card and 2 days from my wife's Hyatt card to stay at the Hyatt Vedome. The Hyatt website says that these Hyatt Card Free Nights are not transferable. Are they going to decline 2 nights of my stay without my wife there? I've already combined all nights into 1 reservation, but it still has both my name and my wife's name on it. Wondering if @RhubarbPie has been yet and how things went. Any way to follow up with this person... or any more definitive answers since this was posted?

Thanks so much for that advice. I called the Platinum line and asked them to combine the reservations, but that was a great idea to call the hotel directly. I spoke to PH this morning and they combined the reservations and said it wouldn't be a problem to just check in all at once when I get there. Keeping my fingers crossed that all will work out! (sounds like it should). Thanks 🙂

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