Hôtel Particulier Villeroy, which opened just last month, was previously a private home dating back to 1908. The boutique mansion has since undergone extensive renovations to offer guests the finest services and amenities with a new level of exclusivity.
There are only 11 apartments, suites, and rooms available at any time. Each one is filled with bespoke furniture made by Italian furniture brand Promemoria, handmade Vispring beds, Rivolta Carmignani Italian linen, and duvets and pillows from French brand Drouault.
Beyond that, the luxury hotel has extraordinary 24-hour butler service, as well as an exclusive partnership with French brand L'Officine Universelle Buly 1803 for Spa Villeroy. Buly's co-founder, Victoire de Taillac, created organic essential oils and four facial treatments for the spa, which also features two treatment rooms, sauna, hammam, Jacuzzi, hydrotherapy shower, and a private, heated relaxation terrace. Alongside the spa is a gym where you can book a session with a personal trainer.
And despite its small size, there is an onsite restaurant: Trente-Trois, led by Michelin-starred chef Sebastien Sanjou. Plus, Bar Jean Goujon is a great place to enjoy a nightcap prepared by an expert mixologist or have a glass of Japanese whiskey from one of the most unique selections in Paris. Both spaces have an elegant, cozy, home-like feel to them with plush furnishings adding to the intimate nature of the hotel.
"The new decade welcomes an exquisite new collection of ultra-private, ultra-luxury hotel accommodations in some of the world's most coveted destinations," Jacques Oudinot, CEO for The Collection, said in a statement. "We are delighted to introduce Hotel Particulier Villeroy and The Collection to the world's most discerning travelers."