La Fantaisie: The Most Stylish New Hotel in Paris
Located in the heart of Paris, this boutique hotel designed by Martin Brudnizki will mark Dominique Crenn's long-awaited return to the city.
There is no doubt that the luxury hotel scene in Paris is incredibly competitive, and it can be extremely difficult for new hotels to compete with the industry giants that have shaped the standards of great hospitality not only in the city but also throughout European countries for many years to come. We are delighted to announce that La Fantaisie, the hotel opening in spring 2023, seems to have the capability to keep up with - if not surpass even - the brand's current standards.
Despite the fact that there will certainly be intense competition for the limited number of seats, La Fantaisie will definitely be one of the most sought-after hot spots not just for its locals, but also for the international community, and the international community will be enticed to come and experience this charming restaurant.
What will La Fantaisie do in order to accomplish this difficult balance where many hotels have failed in the past, and what is the plan for La Fantaisie? As one of the most acclaimed hotels in the world, the hotel is designed with the masterful touch of the acclaimed designer Martin Brudnizki whose concept revolves around a fantastic courtyard garden.
In light of the reputation Brudnizki has gained in the international hotel scene, it comes as something of a surprise that his first entry into the Paris hotel scene is an aesthetic delight.
As inspiration for the hotel's 63 rooms and 10 suites, Brudnizki used the color palettes of the French countryside that serve as a kind of musical backdrop to the hotel's décor, which ultimately serves as a means to disconnect guests from the chaos outside of the hotel and transport them into a magical world where dreams come true.
According to Rich Report, another major feature of the hotel that has gotten Paris talking is Dominique Crenn's return as the hotel's culinary director, who is expected to oversee the hotel's culinary efforts for the next couple of years. As one of the most acclaimed chefs in the nation - Crenn is the first female chef in the country to walk away with three Michelin stars - the gastronomic powerhouse has returned home to her native Paris, where she hasn't been since the 1980s, after a whirlwind tour of the country.
It is the flagship restaurant of La Fantaisie, Golden Poppy, where Crenn mirrors the emphasis of Brudnizki on the importance of nature in his cooking, with a kitchen devoted entirely to local and sustainable produce, with a zero-plastic and zero-waste philosophy. There is an Art Deco-style greenhouse-inspired feel to the restaurant itself, which connects the restaurant to the Parisian sky above with the vibrant Art Deco-style greenhouses.