Luxurious hotel the Renaissance Paris Vendôme will soon offer guests of its Pinxo restaurant the chance to savor a dessert designed to resemble Mauboussin’s iconic “L’Oeuvre Noire” ring.
Head chef Mathieu Robillard and pastry chef Bryan Esposito have concocted an exquisite treat with blackcurrants, chocolate and pralines. It is adorned with a dark chocolate disk stamped with Mauboussin‘s famous star logo.
“L’Oeuvre Noire,” the dessert, will be on the menu at Pinxo from February 15 to April 15 at the price of €15.
Marriott International has opened a second Renaissance hotel in Barcelona, designed by Jean Nouvel and Ribas & Ribas.
International hotel chain Marriott has confirmed the opening of three new hotels in Doha, Qatar.
The company debuted its Renaissance, Courtyard and Executive Apartment brands for in Qatar October 4, adding nearly 600 rooms to the capital city in two skyscrapers.
The hotels are located in two 48-storey skyscrapers, part of the Doha City Center Mall complex, a huge shopping and tourism complex in Doha’s West Bay district.
This week has seen the opening of two London luxury properties, proving that the high-end hotel boom in Britain’s capital is still well underway.
On March 14 Marriott opened the St Pancras Renaissance hotel, which has been completely restored to its 19th century glory thanks to a five-year, £200m renovation.
The five-star hotel is situated in the London home of Eurostar, providing an easy place to stay the night if you’re planning on being whisked off to Paris or Brussels early the next morning.
A roundup of some Valentine’s Day deals available for those looking to book a short break around February 14.
Hotels.com is offering deals with romantic perks such as complimentary champagne, wine and roses, along with up to 30 percent on rooms for travellers who book by February 14 for travel between February 10 – 21.
North American chain Omni Hotels will launch a year-long romance offer February 10, which offers rates from $199 and includes a bottle of sparking wine and truffles.
Marriott announced September 21 that its landmark hotel at St Pancras station in London will open in May 2011, after two years of delays.
The St Pancras Renaissance Hotel has taken more than ten years to reconstruct, with its doors remaining firmly closed as the renovated St Pancras opened its doors to Eurostar traffic in 2007.
It will finally reopen exactly 138 years after the original hotel on the site, the Midland Grand Hotel, opened its doors in 1873.
Marriott is to open its third Renaissance-branded hotel in Paris : it will be located on Avenue Wagram approximately 300 meters north of the Arc de Triomphe.
The Renaissance Paris Arc de Triomphe Hotel is almost finished construction, and has announced that they will be opening in March, 2009.
The seven floor, 188 room hotel, designed by architect Christian de Portzamparc, is characterized by undulating horizontal glazed bands, which accommodate the roomsâ€™ bow windows to maximize views of the area.