This 85-m2 suite, with its view of the Eiffel Tower, is made up of two apartments united into a single living space by a system of sliding walls. It was decorated with fans of the Russian style in mind, but others are also certain to be charmed by its dazzling splendour.
It owes its name to the luxurious palace in Saint Petersburg to which we wish to pay tribute. Prince Felix Yusupov was a loyal client of the hotel’s and a friend of the late Alexander Kliaguine. Known for the part he played in the conspiracy to assassinate Rasputin, he had to flee Russia during the revolution, and settled in Paris.
The suite will delight all those who love fine fabrics and the harmonious warmth of painted woodwork.
The Youssoupov Suite was redecorated throughout in 2006 under the auspices of the M&B (Malphett & Biz) interior decoration agency, its rooms given over to a choice of original colours (raspberry pink, turquoise, and plum) and fine silken materials (fabrics by Zuber, Pierre Frey, Nobilis, Houlès, Hosborn and Métaphore). All furniture combines harmoniously with the overall colour scheme, and was designed and painted by Jean-Michel Biz.
The apartment can accommodate up to eight guests, ideally 4 adults and 4 children.
State-of-the-art technology for your greater comfort:
Adjustable individual air-conditioning
Lamps and lighting adjustable from your bedside
Flat-screen LCD television with Internet access and cordless keyboard
Bouquet of 63 digital channels
Tape recorder, and DVD/CD player upon request
Wi-Fi Internet access and ADSL cable
Over 130 VOD (Video On Demand) films and 10,000 CDs (of all musical styles)
Telephones with two direct international lines
Fax machine upon request
Marble and mahogany
Anti-allergy bath sheets and bathrobes.