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We are delighted and honoured to announce that the Hotel Mayfair Paris official web site in Japanese is now online!

 Japanese guests represent the third nationality in the hotel and we are proud to provide them with a new complete dedicated official web site with all necessary information about our Boutique Hotel.

 Visit www.hotelmayfairparis.com and click on the Japanese flag!

We are delighted and honoured to announce that the Hotel Mayfair Paris official web site in Japanese is now online!

 Japanese guests represent the third nationality in the hotel and we are proud to provide them with a new complete dedicated official web site with all necessary information about our Boutique Hotel.

 Visit www.hotelmayfairparis.com and click on the Japanese flag!





The new Hotel Mayfair Paris official website, online since June 2013, has a new great feature for all guests: an interactive map to locate the hotel but also all interest points around it.

 By a simple click, it is possible to display all surrounding museums, monuments and places.

 An efficient and smart way to locate the hotel and to prepare a Paris visit!

 To use this map:http://www.paris-hotel-mayfair.com/en/paris-concorde-access.html

The new Hotel Mayfair Paris official website, online since June 2013, has a new great feature for all guests: an interactive map to locate the hotel but also all interest points around it.

 By a simple click, it is possible to display all surrounding museums, monuments and places.

 An efficient and smart way to locate the hotel and to prepare a Paris visit!

 To use this map:
http://www.paris-hotel-mayfair.com/en/paris-concorde-access.html

Mayfair’s exhibition advice.Text and Image Source Musée d’Orsay website.A few days before the opening of a van Gogh exhibition in Paris in 1947, gallery owner Pierre Loeb suggested that Antonin Artaud (1896-1948) write about the painter. Challenging the thesis of alienation, Artaud was determined to show how van Gogh’s exceptional lucidity made lesser minds uncomfortable. Wishing to prevent him from uttering certain “intolerable truths”, those who were disturbed by his painting drove him to suicide. Based on the categories and the unusual designations put forward by Artaud in Van Gogh, the Man Suicided by Society, , the exhibition will comprise some forty paintings, a selection of van Gogh’s drawings and letters, together with graphic works by the poet-illustrator.March 11 - July 6, 2014Musée d’OrsayExposition Temporaire

Mayfair’s exhibition advice.
Text and Image Source Musée d’Orsay website.

A few days before the opening of a van Gogh exhibition in Paris in 1947, gallery owner Pierre Loeb suggested that Antonin Artaud (1896-1948) write about the painter. Challenging the thesis of alienation, Artaud was determined to show how van Gogh’s exceptional lucidity made lesser minds uncomfortable.

Wishing to prevent him from uttering certain “intolerable truths”, those who were disturbed by his painting drove him to suicide.

Based on the categories and the unusual designations put forward by Artaud in Van Gogh, the Man Suicided by Society, , the exhibition will comprise some forty paintings, a selection of van Gogh’s drawings and letters, together with graphic works by the poet-illustrator.

March 11 - July 6, 2014
Musée d’Orsay
Exposition Temporaire


It seems it is Christmas at the Hotel Mayfair Paris…Happy Holidays to all!

It seems it is Christmas at the Hotel Mayfair Paris…
Happy Holidays to all!

The Hotel Mayfair Paris is located in a small street, between Place de La Concorde and Place Vendôme. The street name is “Rue Rouget de L’Isle”. But who is Rouget de L’Isle?Monsieur Claude Rouget de L’Isle was an officer in the French army but also a poet and a song writer.In 1792, during the French Revolution (period from 1789 to 1799); he is the one who wrote the French National anthem “La Marseillaise”.This lithography, located in the hotel’s lobby, portrays the first time Monsieur Rouget de L’Isle performs La Marseillaise.

The Hotel Mayfair Paris is located in a small street, between Place de La Concorde and Place Vendôme. The street name is “Rue Rouget de L’Isle”. But who is Rouget de L’Isle?

Monsieur Claude Rouget de L’Isle was an officer in the French army but also a poet and a song writer.

In 1792, during the French Revolution (period from 1789 to 1799); he is the one who wrote the French National anthem “La Marseillaise”.

This lithography, located in the hotel’s lobby, portrays the first time Monsieur Rouget de L’Isle performs La Marseillaise.

Exhibition: The Eye of Brassaï at Paris City Hall (Hotel de Ville)For all of you who love the eternal Paris, the Hotel Mayfair highly recommends one photo exhibition starting this month and finishing in March 2014.Paris City Hall hosts an exhibition of one of the greatest of all contemporary photographers: Brassaï. The “Brassaï, for the Love of Paris” exhibition counts the story of his passion for Paris but also for these individuals and unknown citizens who have made Paris the mythical place it is.Brassaï, pour l’amour de Paris:From November 8 - 2013 to march 8 – 2014For more information: http://www.paris.fr/english/english/exhibition-the-eye-of-brassai-at-paris-city-hall/rub_8118_actu_137258_port_19237

Exhibition: The Eye of Brassaï at Paris City Hall (Hotel de Ville)

For all of you who love the eternal Paris, the Hotel Mayfair highly recommends one photo exhibition starting this month and finishing in March 2014.

Paris City Hall hosts an exhibition of one of the greatest of all contemporary photographers: Brassaï.

The “Brassaï, for the Love of Paris” exhibition counts the story of his passion for Paris but also for these individuals and unknown citizens who have made Paris the mythical place it is.

Brassaï, pour l’amour de Paris:
From November 8 - 2013 to march 8 – 2014
For more information: http://www.paris.fr/english/english/exhibition-the-eye-of-brassai-at-paris-city-hall/rub_8118_actu_137258_port_19237

The Hotel Mayfair Paris is delighted to advise you the following exhibition.The Grand Palais will be hosting the first exhibition dedicated to the french photographer - film director Raymond Depardon. This event gives an opportunity to discover unseen colour photo, as well as new perspectives on themes close to the artist’s heart: vast spaces and the loneliness of cities.From November 14, 2013 to February 10, 2014For more information: http://www.grandpalais.fr/en/event/raymond-depardon

The Hotel Mayfair Paris is delighted to advise you the following exhibition.

The Grand Palais will be hosting the first exhibition dedicated to the french photographer - film director Raymond Depardon. This event gives an opportunity to discover unseen colour photo, as well as new perspectives on themes close to the artist’s heart: vast spaces and the loneliness of cities.

From November 14, 2013 to February 10, 2014
For more information: http://www.grandpalais.fr/en/event/raymond-depardon

Let’s discover one of the Mayfair’s rooms!One of the Mayfair’s specificities is that a majority of rooms have a unique decoration.The De Luxe room portrayed in this photo, is one of these uniquely decorated rooms.Located on the 5th floor, its boats a black & white Mozart partition on its wall fabric.The Mozart “Pentagrama” wall fabric was designed by famous French Designer Pierre Frey.The “Lhassa” curtains, also from Pierre Frey, with modern stripe mixes embroidery and appliqué, and coordinates perfectly with “Pentagrama” wall fabric.A red carpet gives to this black & white fabric combination a colour contrast and a touch of energy!For more photos, check our NEW official website : http://www.hotelmayfairparis.com

Let’s discover one of the Mayfair’s rooms!

One of the Mayfair’s specificities is that a majority of rooms have a unique decoration.

The De Luxe room portrayed in this photo, is one of these uniquely decorated rooms.
Located on the 5th floor, its boats a black & white Mozart partition on its wall fabric.
The Mozart “Pentagrama” wall fabric was designed by famous French Designer Pierre Frey.
The “Lhassa” curtains, also from Pierre Frey, with modern stripe mixes embroidery and appliqué, and coordinates perfectly with “Pentagrama” wall fabric.
A red carpet gives to this black & white fabric combination a colour contrast and a touch of energy!

For more photos, check our NEW official website : http://www.hotelmayfairparis.com

The Hotel Mayfair Paris offers you a pure moment of relaxation and serenity.For prestigious care and beauty services with 100% natural and organic products, we have selected the expertise and know-how of “monmasseur Paris”.This service provides a broad selection of face and body treatment.We offer you a genuine spa treatment in the privacy of your room!

The Hotel Mayfair Paris offers you a pure moment of relaxation and serenity.

For prestigious care and beauty services with 100% natural and organic products, we have selected the expertise and know-how of “monmasseur Paris”.

This service provides a broad selection of face and body treatment.

We offer you a genuine spa treatment in the privacy of your room!

Our energetic cultural advice for this autumnal Parisian week-end: Tokyo Crazy Kawaii!

 The word of “Kawaii” contains various meanings of Nippon cultures, like generous attitudes to others and generosity that accept different fashion styles. The mission of “Tokyo Crazy Kawaii” is to deliver and carry on the beauty of Japanese language and Nippon’s creativity to the world and to have local people accept “Kawaii Culture” as a part of their life style, not a one-time trend.

As the very first event location, Tokyo Crazy Kawaii Committee has chosen Paris, France!

 This week-end at the Parc Floral de Vincennes, Paris.

September 20, 2013 (Fri) to September 22, 2013 (Sun) 10:00 A.M. - 8:00 P.M.

Our energetic cultural advice for this autumnal Parisian week-end: Tokyo Crazy Kawaii!

 The word of “Kawaii” contains various meanings of Nippon cultures, like generous attitudes to others and generosity that accept different fashion styles. The mission of “Tokyo Crazy Kawaii” is to deliver and carry on the beauty of Japanese language and Nippon’s creativity to the world and to have local people accept “Kawaii Culture” as a part of their life style, not a one-time trend.

As the very first event location, Tokyo Crazy Kawaii Committee has chosen Paris, France!

 This week-end at the Parc Floral de Vincennes, Paris.

September 20, 2013 (Fri) to September 22, 2013 (Sun)
10:00 A.M. - 8:00 P.M.



The new Hotel Mayfair Paris official web site is online! 

http://www.hotelmayfairparis.com 

With an innovative story-telling Home Page and media mix concept. 

We hope you will enjoy browsing it as much as we enjoyed designing it!

 

The new Hotel Mayfair Paris official web site is online!

http://www.hotelmayfairparis.com

With an innovative story-telling Home Page and media mix concept.

We hope you will enjoy browsing it as much as we enjoyed designing it!

 

After Seoul, Hotel Mayfair Paris visited Tokyo - Japan for a few days. A very exciting and effective journey meeting local hospitality professionals and sharing with them updated information on Paris and of course on the Hotel! This photo was taken Tuesday 4th of June, in Tokyo.

After Seoul, Hotel Mayfair Paris visited Tokyo - Japan for a few days. A very exciting and effective journey meeting local hospitality professionals and sharing with them updated information on Paris and of course on the Hotel! This photo was taken Tuesday 4th of June, in Tokyo.

Hotel Mayfair Paris is delighted to be currently in South Korea - Seoul, to meet local hospitality professionals! This photo was taken on May 30, noon local time, and we are excited to share it with you, live.

Hotel Mayfair Paris is delighted to be currently in South Korea - Seoul, to meet local hospitality professionals! This photo was taken on May 30, noon local time, and we are excited to share it with you, live.

Get ready for the ATP French Open.Roland-Garros, from May 21 to June 9, 2013.Gentlemen’s “Big Four” is back to Paris. All other players wish to break this hegemony. Answer on Sunday June 9.After Madrid’s final, any revenge for Sharapova against Serena Williams in Ladies’ contest? Answer on Saturday June 8.But, who is this Gentleman on the posted photo (dated 1910)?Well, Monsieur Roland Garros himself!He was a French aviator, and gained fame, among other things, for making the first non-stop flight across the Mediterranean Sea (from France to Tunisia).

Get ready for the ATP French Open.
Roland-Garros, from May 21 to June 9, 2013.

Gentlemen’s “Big Four” is back to Paris. All other players wish to break this hegemony. Answer on Sunday June 9.

After Madrid’s final, any revenge for Sharapova against Serena Williams in Ladies’ contest? Answer on Saturday June 8.

But, who is this Gentleman on the posted photo (dated 1910)?
Well, Monsieur Roland Garros himself!
He was a French aviator, and gained fame, among other things, for making the first non-stop flight across the Mediterranean Sea (from France to Tunisia).

Art Nouveau – Art Déco at La Pinacothèque de Paris. We have the pleasure to recommend two parallel exhibitions at the “Pinacothèque de Paris” to discover first retrospective of French Art Nouveau and its evolution towards Art Déco, through one of its icons: Tamara de Lempicka. The Art Nouveau – Art Déco period highly branded the Mayfair’s building, externally and internally: - The magnificent Marquise (canopy) at the entrance. We used it to redesign the hotel logo! - Wrought iron guardrail on all balconies. - Polished glass windows on the staircase. - A stunning mosaic on each floor (unfortunately hidden below the hotel carpet nowadays). - Lithographs of the 1910-1930’s “Elégantes” (Ladylike) on the main corridors. These Art Nouveau - Art Déco elements complete the late 19th century hotel’s style with an early 20th century touch! Art Nouveau – Art Déco From April 18, 2013 to September 8, 2013 La Pinacothèque de Paris 28 Place de la Madeleine 75008 Paris.http://www.pinacotheque.com/en Good to know: 10 minutes walk from the Mayfair.

Art Nouveau – Art Déco at La Pinacothèque de Paris.

We have the pleasure to recommend two parallel exhibitions at the “Pinacothèque de Paris” to discover first retrospective of French Art Nouveau and its evolution towards Art Déco, through one of its icons: Tamara de Lempicka.

The Art Nouveau – Art Déco period highly branded the Mayfair’s building, externally and internally:
- The magnificent Marquise (canopy) at the entrance. We used it to redesign the hotel logo!
- Wrought iron guardrail on all balconies.
- Polished glass windows on the staircase.
- A stunning mosaic on each floor (unfortunately hidden below the hotel carpet nowadays).
- Lithographs of the 1910-1930’s “Elégantes” (Ladylike) on the main corridors.

These Art Nouveau - Art Déco elements complete the late 19th century hotel’s style with an early 20th century touch!

Art Nouveau – Art Déco
From April 18, 2013 to September 8, 2013
La Pinacothèque de Paris
28 Place de la Madeleine 75008 Paris.
http://www.pinacotheque.com/en
Good to know: 10 minutes walk from the Mayfair.