by Kristina Dmytriv | December 07, 2011
The Mandarin Oriental, Paris has unveiled 39 new suites, including seven duplex suites on the seventh and eighth floors of the hotel. Each suite has its own distinctive charm and luxury, as well as private terraces offering sweeping views of Parisian rooftops and monuments.

The seven duplex suites are the Royale Mandarin Suite, Royal Oriental Suite, Cabochons Suite, Broderies de Cristal Suite, Couture Suites, and Atelier Suites. The top-floor suites and the Royale Orientale Suite can be connected through adjoining doors to form the largest suite in Paris, at almost 10,764 square feet. The interior designer, Sybille de Margerie, has designed each suite in a quintessential Parisian, haute-couture style interwoven with Oriental influences. Each suite has its own unique color palette, in addition to opulent materials like gilded oak, lacquer, velvets, and silks to create an atmosphere of comfort and luxury.

The 3,767-square-foot Royale Mandarin Suite encompasses two floors and has views of the Opera, Montmartre, the Louvre, and the Grand Palais. The designer de Margerie used gold, white, beige and plum, along with gilded oak, marble, silk, and velvet, to give the suite a unique 1930s feel. Staying true to the hotel’s luxurious vibe, no detail has been overlooked.

The highest floors of the hotel are occupied by the Atelier Suites, decorated in shades of ecru, coral, and plum. Opening onto the rooftops of Paris, these suites provide a luxury retreat away from the city.