Throughout the month of February, the hotel, one of the most luxurious in the City of Light’s, will offer a special stay package called “Be my Parisian Valentine” which will see guests receive beauty products, and a lip and eye application at Christian Louboutin’s Paris Beauté boutique.
The romantic package also includes a daily breakfast for two at the Mandarin Oriental’s Camelia restaurant, room upgrades, a one-hour Christian Louboutin Manicure Experience in the comfort of your room, a bottle of Louis Roederer champagne and selection of chocolate treats, three Louboutin beauty products, and a choice of early check-in or late check-out until 4pm.
The Mandarin Oriental Paris opened its doors in October 2011. Located on rue Saint-Honoré, one of the city’s most prestigious streets, the 138-room hotel attracts a high-end clientele, drawn by its prime location as well as the stamp of luxury that comes with all Mandarin Oriental properties.
Designed by internationally acclaimed architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte, the hotel also features a vast inner courtyard offering outdoor dining, with a choice of restaurants and bars.
Christian Louboutin set up his own eponymous company in 1991. Mainly renowned for its women’s shoe designs, it has grown to become one of the world’s most iconic fashion labels.