|By Marketwired .||
|June 13, 2014 12:51 PM EDT||
PARIS, FRANCE -- (Marketwired) -- 06/13/14 -- There are many reasons why Paris is among the most visited cities in the world, and most Parisians are fully aware of their good fortune to live in such a place. Yet even world-class destinations (and their visitors and inhabitants) can develop a little wanderlust, especially during the warm summer months, making the latest offering from the Renaissance Paris Le Parc Trocadero Hotel more appealing than ever. For three months, a corner in its exclusive courtyard will be transformed, in partnership with Long Beach Hotel (Sun resorts), Mauritius, into an exotic escape that everyone from the most cultivated Parisian to the most enthusiastic visitor will want to experience.
Lightheartedly dubbed "Parc Beach" or "Corner Long Beach," the garden terrace will be infused with the smells, sights and sounds of its inspiring island destination between June 16 and September 28, 2014.
Guests can descend from their luxurious guest rooms and hotel suites near the Eiffel Tower to discover an equally sumptuous experience amid leafy trees and chaise lounges. Signature cocktails and sorbets that capture the sun-drenched flavors of Mauritius, as well as an enticing selection of tapas, will be ready for tasting at a beach-style cabana located in the garden. And a vintage signpost pointing the way to far-flung destinations like Oahu and Bora Bora lend a playful feel to the elegant space.
As the third year the hotel has used its garden to create an ethereal escape, this promises to be the most transformative. Long Beach, Mauritius offers five-star service and amenities that include five restaurants, access to world-class golf and spas. Its design is every bit as refined and nuanced as that of these boutique hotel suites in Paris. High ceilings, urban architecture informed by island-style building materials and a healthy dose of gardens unite in one extraordinary island resort off the African coast. And while it's not a hotel with a view of the Eiffel Tower, Long Beach, Mauritius does offer spectacular sea views from every room.
Of course, guests who book this boutique Paris hotel's suites are in for an experience that's as luxurious as that of any island resort. Style and service unite in these contemporary spaces outfitted with flat-screen televisions, 24-7 in-room dining, iPod docking stations and Wi-Fi access. And the storybook views from the junior suites don't hurt either.
Like Paris itself, the urban resort of the Renaissance Paris Le Parc Trocadero Hotel has plenty to offer visitors all year round. But its creative garden transformation manages to unite the best of both island life and the cultural capital of the world into one destination no one should miss.
About the Renaissance Paris Le Parc Trocadero Hotel
The Renaissance Paris Le Parc Trocadero Hotel offers guests a stay that's as stylish as it is indulgent. Its location near the Champs-Elysees and Eiffel Tower ensures visitors enjoy easy access to the City of Light's most famous landmarks, while its historic environs exude an authentic Parisian charm. The property's four buildings surround a lush garden to create a refreshing ambience, both as a view and as a space to be visited. And five-star service informs every aspect of a visitor's stay, whether it's at a meeting within one of the five conference rooms, during a workout in the 24-hour fitness facility or over drinks at the G'Bar & Lounge, where the libations are as creative as the gin bar itself. Rarely does style feel this good.
Renaissance Hotels represents a diverse collection of more than 155 hotels in 35 countries worldwide. Each property is unique, offering passionate travelers a one-of-kind experience and memories they will be sure to take with them long after they depart. Within every hotel, guests are greeted by an exceptional array of amenities and an inspiring world of local discoveries. For travelers looking to experience something new, innovative and locally driven programs including the industry leading entertainment platform RLife LIVE as well as R Navigator, ensure that every trip is transformed into an eye-opening, unforgettable journey. Renaissance Hotels. Live Life To Discover. To discover more visit www.renhotels.com.
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Renaissance Paris Le Parc Trocadero Hotel
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