Located just minutes from the famous Arc de Triomphe and Champs-Elysees, the historic Le Royal Monceau has welcomed innumerable dignitaries, celebrities and artists since it opened in 1928. Le Royal Monceau Raffles Paris closed in for an entire transformation conducted by the famous French designer Philippe Starck. and reopened its doors in 2010 as a new generation palace where art and culture are predominant.
Le Royal Monceau has 149 rooms and suites, some with private balconies, and all with an inviting and thoroughly comfortable setting, decorated with artwork, an acoustic guitar, spacious bathrooms and elegant dressing rooms.Epicureans may revel in our two restaurants: “La Cuisine”, the French fine-dining restaurant, and “Il Carpaccio”, the Italian gastronomic restaurant, with its decoration inspired by the Sicilian grottos. “Le Bar Long” offers an all-day dining alternative for guests seeking a contemporary and creative food experience.