A few steps from the Champs Elysées, behind its neo-classical Haussmann-style façade, the Palace reveals two centuries of history in a setting of rare elegance. Out of sight, this address, as secret as it is unexpected, invites you to plunge into another time, that of the French art of living. A prestigious private mansion, the Palais which welcomed Louis XVI, Balzac and Paul Doumer, today offers a variety of reception areas in a style of elegance, classicism and modernity.
It offers remarkable modularity that can be adapted to any event from 100 to 1,300 people, with 8 18th century lounges from 65 to 120 m2, and a magnificent 500 m2 reception room with resolutely contemporary lines that can accommodate up to 350 people for a dinner, and nearly 500 in cocktail format. The spaces can be metamorphosed to create a unique identity for each event, and each service is tailor-made.
The art of living at the Palais is also a cuisine of excellence, naturally part of French heritage, for a culinary journey in the colours of each event.
Outside, the Palais has a garden of nearly 4,000 m2, a favourite playground for aristocrats and much appreciated by Nicolas Beaujon for his sultry galant parties...