From December 1st to March 1st 2015, Parisians keen to escape from routine will have a chance to discover again the warm and intimate world of Le Chalet Fleurier, installed on the terrace of the Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme.
Michel Jauslin, regional Vice-President of the Hyatt Group and Caroline Scheufele, Co-President of Chopard, have chosen to associate their two exceptional brands to create a unique place housing the quintessence of their respective universes.
They naturally decided to christen it “Le Chalet Fleurier” in reference to a small village in the Swiss Jura, one of the cradles of Haute Horlogerie and home to Chopard Manufacture.
This year, the Chalet atmosphere is inspired by the historical mountain chalets of the Swiss Jura, which in addition to serving as dwelling places also housed 17th century watchmaking workshops.
Le Chalet Fleurier embodies the alliance between two worlds of tradition and expertise in which luxury and excellence strike the same tuneful chord.
Snowflakes, pine trees, woodwork and lanterns will enable guests to escape to the mountains and immerse themselves for a few hours in the cosy, enticing world of the watchmaking chalet – just a few steps away from the Place Vendôme.
Jean-François Rouquette, the Michelin starred chef of the Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme offers a convivial lunch menu with chicken served in a casserole and for dinner, a Mountain-style Raclette with Saint Nicklaus cheese, tiny potatoes as well as a selection of Alpine cured meats. Guests are also offered the choice of a black truffle-enhanced Palace-style version.
The Terrace is open daily from 10 am to midnight
Prior booking for lunches and dinners on 01 58 71 10 60
The chalet may be privatised for 2 to 8 guests at most.
Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme
5, Rue de la Paix
75002 Paris, France
Phone + 33 1 58 71 12 34
About the Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme
Plunge into the heart of the city of light at the Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme, one of the most luxurious Parisian hotels. Overlooking the famous Rue de la Paix and just a few minutes from the Opéra Garnier, our five-star hotel in Paris is located a few steps from the iconic Place Vendôme and offers a unique vantage point over the entire city.
Recently raised to the rank of an authentic palace hotel, the Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme is an authentic visual masterpiece. Its subtle blend of contemporary architecture and pure, uncluttered design, dreamed up by the famous interior designer Ed Tuttle, endow the property with the peerless aura of a truly Parisian luxury establishment and one of the city’s most renowned contemporary hotels. From the typically Parisian rooms and suites to the surroundings brimming with culture and historical monuments, everything about the Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme appears like a seamless extension of ultimate elegance.
Thanks to its restaurants and bars such as the Michelin-starred Le Pur’ and its unique Table du Chef, along with Les Orchidées and La Terrasse, the palace hotel will whisk you away on an unforgettable gourmet journey orchestrated by the Chef Jean-François Rouquette. Guests also delight in discovering our experimental Bar that has won numerous distinctions for its creativity and its capacity for innovation.
With its splendid rooms and suites and its gourmet restaurants, the Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme is a dream address for your romantic weekend. Our luxury spa and fitness centre is available for massages or any other means of enhancing your sense of wellbeing – all within the opulent environment of a Parisian palace hotel.
Our luxury hotel has reception rooms equipped with state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment and providing the perfect setting for all your events, from business conferences to weddings.
Whatever the reason for your stay, the Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme offers memorable experiences that make our luxury hotel one of the most famous establishments on the Place Vendôme.
Passion for excellence
It was in 1860 that Louis-Ulysse Chopard founded his watchmaking workshop in the Swiss Jura. Just over a century later, in 1963, the Scheufele family acquired ownership of Chopard, which had by then moved its headquarters to Geneva. The group, which has earned an international reputation for its watch and jewellery, currently employs more than 1,900 people worldwide. Chopard is both independent and strongly vertically integrated, enabling it to control its entire production process, from designs through to distribution. More than 25 professions are represented in its three production sites, where considerable emphasis is placed on internal training.
Chopard has built its reputation on iconic collections such as “Happy Diamonds” “Happy Sport” and “Mille Miglia”, but is also known for its Haute Joaillerie creations and its expertise in the field of Fine watchmaking, embodied in the L.U.C collection. Loyal to its fundamental values, Chopard is deeply involved in the work of various philanthropic organisations. Moreover, Chopard is also a longstanding partner of the Cannes International film Festival as well as prestigious classic car races such as the Mille Miglia in Italy and the Grand Prix de Monaco Historique.