The Luxury Collection, by Marriott International, has opened the Hôtel de Berri in Paris, owned by the Dokhan family and created by the designer and artistic director Philippe Renaud, which has 75 rooms, including 35 suites, in addition to the Italian restaurant Le Schiap and Le Bizazz cocktail bar.
Located on the Rue de Berri, home to aristocrats, royals and leaders of French society since the 19th century, the Hôtel de Berri is inspired by the pioneers of the French Decorative Arts period, which includes painters, designers and stylists as Coco Chanel or Salvador Dalí.
The rooms and suites at the Hôtel de Berri are divided into six categories. The hotel exhibits pieces of Parisian art and interior design, as well as references to fashion designers such as Jeanne Lanvin, Marie-Laure de Noailles, Coco Chanel and Elsa Schiaparelli.
The Parisienne Suite is the presidential suite of the Hôtel de Berri, with 115 square meters. The three Berri suites, each of more than 100 square meters, use references to illustrious owners and previous visitors.