L’Appartement Prince Bonaparte
The extraordinary L'Appartement Prince Bonaparte, situated on the second floor, was originally the private residence of Prince Roland Bonaparte and holds Monument Historique status. A shining example of the Directoire style, this expansive one-bedroom suite has 5-metre-high ceilings with authentic crown mouldings and gilt work, Versailles-style parquet floors, period artwork and decor that seamlessly blends classic French late 18th century design with subtle Asian influences.
Intimate balconies offer quaint views of Avenue d’Iéna and the Guimet Museum, while the abundantly spacious living room and separate dining area can comfortably seat up to 8 guests. The intricately designed bedroom is truly befitting of its former resident’s royal pedigree, bathed in varying shades of blue and gold with a large crystal chandelier at its centre, draped fabric headboard and velvet curtains framing floor-to-ceiling windows, tied back with handmade tassels.
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