SPRING HAS SPRUNG AT THE PALACE OF PARIS
May 25thPARIS, FRANCE
May 2022 – Paris is always a good idea, especially as the days get longer and the nights get warmer – and there is nowhere more glamorous to stay than at Le Bristol Paris, part of the prestigious Oetker Collection and the first hotel in France to be awarded ‘Palace’ status. Whether it be for a leisurely stroll along the River Seine, marvelling at the blooming cherry blossom trees in the Jardin de Luxembourg, or simply watching the world go by from outside bustling cafés, Le Bristol Paris offers the perfect base for those looking to explore the city of lights during the traditionally quieter months. Guests visiting the hotel this Spring and Summer can delight in a celebratory anniversary menu at 114 Faubourg, experience the latest innovative spa treatment from Tata Harper, and toast the official reopening of the hotel’s enchanting outdoor haven, Le Jardin Français.
START THE DAY WITH AN INVIGORATING, INNOVATIVE NEW SKIN TREATMENT BY TATA HARPER AT ONE OF THE CITY OF LIGHT’S BEST URBAN SPAS
Le Bristol Paris recently launched the brand-new ‘Sensorial Resets’ menu by global leaders in clean skincare, Tata Harper, at its city spa. A collection of highly innovative and deeply replenishing treatments provide the skin with a deep clean to prepare it for a soothing, yet powerful reset, ready to tackle the day in the city. Sensorial Resets reaches far beyond any facial that a hotel spa has offered before, thanks to the incorporation of the five senses and the introduction of Tata Harper’s first-ever proprietary skincare machine, Dermal Reset. This brand-new, all-in-one machine revitalizes the skin with deep, thorough cleaning that removes all impurities for a natural and healthy glow, and features high-tech attachments such as LED therapy to penetrate deep into the skin to soften the contours and provide antibacterial action; oxygen infusion to rapidly firm the face by boosting collagen production and cell renewal; radio-frequency stimulation to restore elasticity and tighten pores; exfoliation by sound vibration to deeply cleanse the pores; and dermal micro-needling to fade wrinkles and any scars. To complement this cutting-edge beauty technology, ancient healing modalities are interwoven into each of the reset facial rituals, with bespoke elements such as a Tibetan singing bowl, a tuning fork, or a gua sha stone.
…BEFORE ENJOYING A REFRESHING TIPPLE IN THE HOTEL’S CHARMING AL FRESCO SANCTUARY, LE JARDIN FRANÇAIS…
Known as the hotel’s beating green heart, Le Bristol Paris’s courtyard garden, Le Jardin Français, is one of the city’s best kept secrets and where both Parisians and travellers in-the-know flock during the warmer months. Recently redesigned by world-renowned landscape designer, Lady Arabella Lennox-Boyd, the tranquil space offers a warm and welcoming outdoor escape that has been guided by Lady Arabella’s deep respect for nature’s delicacy. A rare jewel in the heart of the city, the garden offers the perfect environment in which to revel in the summer sunshine and enjoy some of Paris’s finest al fresco dining amidst fresh greenery and fragrant flowers. Reopening for the 2022 season, the menu at Le Jardin Français offers something to satisfy ever craving, including the ever-so-light King Crab salad with grapefruit and avocado, and the famous hand-chopped beef tartar. Visitors can also indulge in Head Pastry Chef, Pascal Hainigue’s delectable afternoon tea. Open exclusively for dinner, Epicure’s side of the terrace presents the celebrated creations of Le Bristol’s triple Michelin-starred Executive Chef, Eric Frechon.
…AND END THE EVENING SAMPLING THE SPECIAL ANNIVERSARY MENU AT 114 FAUBORG, AS THE BRASSERIE CELEBRATES ITS 10TH CONSECUTIVE YEAR OF THE MICHELIN STAR
Following the news that 114 Faubourg has retained its Michelin star for 10 consecutive years, Executive Chef, Eric Frechon and his team have crafted a very special anniversary menu showcasing some of the most beloved dishes of the past decade. The five-course feast opens with delicate King Crab egg served with ginger and lemon mayonnaise, followed by langoustine ravioli, a succulent filet of John Dory with cockles, and then a crispy pigeon and foie gras. The flavourful journey ends in a sweet serenade of pink grapefruit with yogurt sorbet, flower honey and a delicate dusting of bee pollen in a subtle nod to the arrival of springtime in Paris.