Designer and interior architect Didier Gomez spearheaded the renovation of this former 18th-century town house. He has artfully shaken up the codes of classicism and breathed new life into the establishment by dressing it up in contemporary urban style.
This is apparent as soon as you step through the entrance where the classic lobby and reception desk has been transformed into a big lounge ‘Le Studio’, bathed in natural light via the glass roof and with an oak-wood table d’hôte.
Spread over 6 floors, the 97 rooms and suites are bright, airy and comfortable with touches of fantasy in the decor, such as a black and white photo on the ceiling and suspended glass-blown bedside lights. Some guest rooms have a private terrace.
The Renaissance Paris Vendome Hotel also has a 33 m²-private room, the ‘Atelier’, for your meetings and events. It is suitable for several types of events including meetings, seminars, exhibitions, photo shoots, private functions or even a co-working space, and can host up to 30 people (cocktail party style configuration).
After a meeting, the Vendôme Spa by Asian Villa is the ideal place to relax and features a 17-metre pool lit by a skylight. And to round off the day, head to the Balagan restaurant, an address of the Experimental Group. This trendy restaurant with interiors by Dorothée Meilichzon offers signature cocktails by experts in mixology as well as wonderful Mediterranean cuisine.