1 AUGUST 2016
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Free champagne and extra spa time for visitors staying before the end of September are on offer at the Paris Peninsula as the property celebrates being awarded Palace status after just two years of being open.
The European outpost of the Hong Kong-based Peninsula Hotels group is within walking distance of the Champs Elysees and some of the world’s top monuments, museums and luxury boutiques.
It joins a prestigious group of Parisian hotels accorded the Palace distinction, which is bestowed by the French Tourism Development Agency and was created in 2010 to reward hotel excellence and promote the French way of life internationally.
Hotel general manager Katja Henke thanked her staff for their role in achieving the award by “working every day to meet the highly-demanding service standards for which the Peninsula Hotels group is known around the world”.
The Paris Peninsula, formerly the Haussmann Building, opened on 1 August 2014 as a joint venture with Katara Hospitality after more than four years of renovation and restoration.
It has 200 luxury rooms, including 34 suites – five of which have private rooftop gardens offering views of the most emblematic monuments in Paris.
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