Located just steps from the Opéra Garnier theatre and Place Vendôme, with Parisian icons like the Louvre, the Jardin des Tuileries and the Galerie Lafayette, Edouard 7 was the favorite Parisian address of King Edward VII, who reigned over England in the early 1900s.
Christophe Daudré’s stylish remodelling of the hotel, which first opened in 1877, dressed this splendid Haussmann-style building with a combination of modern and traditional Edward VII styles, using rich fabrics, contemporary design pieces, and eye-catching colours, all laced together with classic French elegance.
On the second floor, there’s a fitness center open 24/7, and guests can also enjoy a range of relaxing massages and beauty treatments by local brand ‘Mon Masseur’ from the privacy of their room.
Designed with both leisure travellers and corporate guests in mind, the hotel’s 69 rooms and suites (some with a balcony) feature an attractive decor inspired by the irresistible charisma of Edward VII. This includes laminate wood flooring, marbles, contemporary prints, and luxe elements like velvet wallpaper, intricate embroideries and beautiful glass desks designed by Christophe Daudré.