Sojourn to a historic palace-hotel in central Paris & be pampered with dedicated butler service. Delight your senses with a cabaret show at legendary Moulin Rouge — complete with VIP seats in a private balcony, Champagne & designer macaroons.
About Your Trip A great hotel is more than just a place to lay your head — it can transform the very way you think about the world. Look around you. Inspiring, isn’t it? With the brand-new Titanium Signature experience, you’ll stay in one of the world’s most unforgettable hotels, offering first-class amenities, impeccable services and superior accommodations. Make the most of your amazing stay & create your own adventures, your way — on your own, instead of in a group. Titanium Signature does not include a host.
If you’ve ever wanted to stay in a Parisian palace, now’s your chance. Honored with the prestigious “Palace” distinction award, Park Hyatt™ Paris-Vendome offers timeless, understated surroundings, representing the Parisian chic of today. Best of all, you’re perfectly located steps away from Place Vendome, the Louvre and the Opera. The exclusive shops of rue du Faubourg Saint-Honore are also nearby where you can arrange a Parisian personal shopper.
Then, prepare for something extraordinary — a world-famous Moulin Rouge show from a VIP seat on a private balcony. After heading past the lines outside this top Paris attraction with your special skip-the-line ticket, you’ll be shown to your table in a secluded area reserved for up to 24 people only. From your VIP seat, watch the spectacular 2-hour cabaret performance with clear views of the stage while sipping Champagne and nibbling on sumptious Dalloyau macaroons.
What we love:
• Among the jewels of your hotel are La Terrasse, a year-round outdoor courtyard and the Michelin-starred restaurant Pur’ – Jean-Francois Rouquette.
• The hotel features a striking blend of contemporary architecture and classic design planned by renowned designer Ed Tuttle with refined materials and elegant furnishings.
• The nearby Seine River flows through the center of Paris and has inspired poets, painters and photographers for hundreds of years.