Discreet, Swanky, Private Club
33 Rue Jean Goujon Paris, France maisonvilleroy.com
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At a glance
For super discreet and secure people who want a private home experience in the heart of Paris’s prestigious fashion district.
- The feeling of living in an apartment but with a full-time butler
- The small but mighty Buly spa
- The elegant and intimate bar and restaurant that feels like a club
Maison Villeroy Review
Set in a neoclassical stunner, one street off of Avenue Montaigne, this gorgeous new small hotel has just eleven rooms, suites and apartments. The townhouse was created for the Villeroy family, of the legendary porcelain house Villeroy and Boch, but they spent little time in the elegant three-story mansion. For years it was corporate offices, but the current owner, a developer who has been creating a collection of properties in prestigious locales (St. Barth’s, St. Jean Cap Ferrat and New York) decided to transform it back into a magnificent family-style house-turned-hotel. In addition to investing in spectacular interiors, with elements like $25,000 mattresses and marble fireplaces and bathrooms, he added a restaurant with a Michelin-star record-setting chef and the world’s first spa by Parisian cult beauty purveyor Buly, where Buly products are used, but also rare Asian lifting techniques. Other properties in the collection include top villas in St. Barth’s and Courchevel, where personalized service has been perfected, and now each of the four bedrooms, five suites and two apartments comes with a dedicated butler. There’s a super-refined clubby feel to the address, even if it has received some renown for housing Trente-Trois, the restaurant which holds the record for receiving a Michelin star in the shortest period of time of being open.
- Melissa Biggs Bradley