Httel de Crillon
Httel de Crillon
6 Rue Balzac
tel:- +33 144 711 500
fax:- +33 144 711 502
web address:- www.crillon.com
Httel de Crillon :-
Venue type - Hotel
Venue type - Restaurant
Number of function rooms available for weddings: 7
Function room names and capacities: - Aigles Reception Room: French parquet in the "Hungarian Point" style, a ceiling adorned with gilded eagles and four Wedgwood china medallions, Aubusson carpets, Bohemian crystal... Salon des Aigles is remarkable from all points of view, providing a fine example of the pomp and opulence of the reign of Louis XV.
The stunning view over Place de la Concorde contributes to the extraordinary scope of this locale, listed as a Historical Monument.
89 square meters, 170 people for a cocktail
Combined with adjoining Salon des Aigles and Salon des Batailles, this meeting room can provide a unique venue for prestigious receptions.Total area 196 square meters, 350 people for a cocktail.
- Batailles Reception Room: Very bright, decked in grey and gold, this room provides an outstanding view over Place de la Concorde. It was named after the paintings that originally lined its walls, which were later replaced with today's mirrors. It features a box-beam ceiling, gilded ornaments, Louis XV furniture and a parquet reminiscent of the Chbteau of Versailles. The whole is listed as a Historical Monument.
58 square meters, 80 people for a cocktail
- Marie-Antoinette Reception Room: Listed as a Historical Monument, this room has a large French-style terrace overlooking Place de la Concorde and lined with Corinthian colonnades.
A superbly high ceiling and delicate statues further enhance the grandiose ambience of this locale, the only one of its kind in Paris. As shown on a Gobelin tapestry after a sketch by the famous painter Boucher, it is said that Queen Marie-Antoinette used to take her music lessons in this elegant setting.
59 square meters, 80 people for a cocktail.
- Gabriel Meeting Room: This superb lengthwise meeting room provides an ideal setting for conferences or major receptions. The magnificent Carrare marble floor was installed by Jacques-Ange Gabriel, the architect who was commissioned by King Louis XV to build Place de la Concorde.
A bust of the architect holds pride of place in this meeting room lined with several patio doors facing the Boissy Courtyard.
91 square meter, 110 people for a cocktail
- Marly Meeting Room: Salon Marly consists of two adjoining rooms, one of which has a surface area that is perfectly suitable for a lounge or cocktail configuration.
Its original layout is ideal for holding coffee breaks, an aperitif, or side meetings as part of working sessions. It is also perfectly adapted to press junkets.
Located on the ground floor and opening on to the Boissy Courtyard, Salon Marly provides all events with a private setting, while enjoying the play of natural daylight on its huge mirrors.
57 square meters, 50 people for a cocktail
- Taittinger Meeting Room: Located in the heart of the hotel and lit by large patio doors opening on to the Ceremonial Courtyard, this meeting room has a peaceful atmosphere with its woodwork and mirrors, evoking the reception lounges in private residences of bygone days.
47 square meters, 80 people for a cocktail
- Citronnier Meeting Room: Flooded in soft light and adorned with gorgeous lemon-tree woodwork, this hushed, intimate meeting room with its bright, clear tones is a peaceful haven, made for private functions. Its large windows decked with superb drapings in golden tones open on to the Patio's mineral setting.
42 square meters, 30 people for a cocktail
Guests rooms available: 147
Honeymoon suite available: 44
Garden suitable for marquees: Le Patio
Alcohol License - Yes
Evening Reception Facilities - Yes
Car Parking Facilities - Yes
Ideal Honeymoon Venue
Wedding services provided: - Tailor-made service
- Personalised welcome
- Reception rooms classified as Historical Monuments
- Gastronomic Menu designed by our Chef Christopher Hache- Selection of Wines by our Sommelier, David Biraud (3rd place to the Best Wine Steward on the World contest in 2010)
Gardens or outside locations suitable for wedding photography: - The Patio: Adorned with statues, a sundial and a curtain of ivy, and overhung with a hanging garden, this peaceful haven nestles at the core of the hotel's sumptuous architecture.
- Marie-Antoinette Reception Room's Terrace: overlooking Place de la Concorde, the Eiffel Tower, the National Assembly...
- Berstein and Louis XV Suites' Terraces: at the last floor, they offer what is probably the most beautiful view over Paris, either by day or by night: Place de la Concorde, the Eiffel Tower, the Sacre Coeur, the Grand Palais...
Suitable locations inside the venue for wedding photography...: - the Historical Reception Rooms
- The Gallery, the Lobby
- Restaurant Les Ambassadeurs (classified as Historical Monument)
- le Jardin d'Hiver (Winter Garden)
- Presidential Suites
Almost any place at Httel de Crillon would suit for wedding photographies. Century by century, it has gained in stature from the many who have passed through its walls and from occasional episodes packed with history and intangible emotions.
Venue special features: - Two restaurants: the famous and reknowned Les Ambassadeurs restaurant, and the contemporary and relaxed L'Obi restaurant- Le Jardin d'Hiver (Winter Garden) tea room
- The Piano Bar
- The Patio (from early May to late September)
- 24/7 Room-service
- 24/7 clefs-d'or Concierge Service
- 24/7 Business Centre
- 24/7 Fitness Centre
- Personal Sports Coach upon request
- Carita Beauty Parlour nearby
- Women welcome program
- Children welcome program
- Free WiFi Internet access and wired ADSL
Venue History: In 1758, King Louis XV asked Jacques-Ange Gabriel to build Place Louis XV (later to become Place de la Concorde). Two palaces were constructed, both of which were true masterpieces of 18th-century architecture.
Number 10, Place Louis XV was first inhabited by the Duke of Aumont, a famous aesthete and patron of the arts. Then in 1775 architect Louis-Frangois Trouard, the new owner, enhanced the town house with the superb ceiling of the Salon des Aigles. In 1788, the palace was acquired by Frangois-Filix-Dorothie Berton des Balbes, Count of Crillon. Seized during the French Revolution, the building was later returned to its owners, who in 1907 signed it over to the Sociiti des Grands Magasins et des Httels du Louvre. The new owners also purchased two buildings on neighbouring rue Boissy-d'Anglas to create "the greatest luxury hotel in Paris". Since March 12th, 1909, Httel de Crillon has been hosting travellers from the world over seeking refined luxury.
As the setting for major historical events, it was in particular in this building that the French-American treaty was signed on February 6th, 1778, recognising the Act of Independence of the United States. Other information: Located on the famous Place de la Concorde, in the centre of Paris, Httel de Crillon enjoys a privileged location from which to explore the city and its best attractions and monuments: the Jardin des Tuileries, the Champs-Ilysies, the Louvre Museum, the Grand Palais Art and culture enthusiasts are sure to be fulfilled. As for shopping, Httel de Crillon is steps away from rue du Faubourg Saint Honori and rue Royale, which both stand worldwide as symbols of Haute Couture and Parisian Chic. Honeymoon vacations local attractions: Paris offers many Historical places to visit, Notre-Dame, the Eiffel Tower, famous museums such as the Louvre, Orsay Museum... Thanks to its ideal location, Httel de Crillon is also a few steps only from the Champs-Elysees and rue du Faubourg Saint Honori, symbols of Haute Couture and Parisian Chic. Honeymooners will appreciate the magic ambience of Montmartre or the magnificience of Paris by Night.
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