Emilie Fouilloux

Maison Villeroy

  • Where:
  • Why:A visit to my motherland
  • When:February 2022
  • Who:Me!
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Maison Villeroy I live in Milan now and getting the chance to visit my homeland and stay in such special hotel is superb!

I live in Milan now and getting the chance to visit my homeland and stay in such special hotel is superb!

Maison Villeroy Maison Villeroy's quintessentially Parisian façade

Maison Villeroy's quintessentially Parisian façade

Maison Villeroy This room... This light... I love all about it

This room... This light... I love all about it

Maison Villeroy Breakfast in bed, bien sûr

Breakfast in bed, bien sûr

Maison Villeroy If your dreams include a 24-hour spa by Officine Universelle Buly 1803, come over

If your dreams include a 24-hour spa by Officine Universelle Buly 1803, come over

Maison Villeroy Great balance of classic and modern features throughout the hotel

Great balance of classic and modern features throughout the hotel

Maison Villeroy Mandatory picture at this marvelous staircase

Mandatory picture at this marvelous staircase

Maison Villeroy The common spaces are so luxurious and yet it all feels like home...

The common spaces are so luxurious and yet it all feels like home...

Maison Villeroy So beautiful from every angle!

So beautiful from every angle!

Maison Villeroy Chic and intimate bar to enjoy a glass of champagne before — and after — dinner

Chic and intimate bar to enjoy a glass of champagne before — and after — dinner

Maison Villeroy The seasonal menu — truffles this time — at Michelin-star restaurant Trente-trois by chef Sébastien Sanjou

The seasonal menu — truffles this time — at Michelin-star restaurant Trente-trois by chef Sébastien Sanjou

Maison Villeroy Bring your best friend to cozy up in the softest robes and take those great shots only a best friend can do

Bring your best friend to cozy up in the softest robes and take those great shots only a best friend can do

Highs & Lows

  • The sense of privacy and intimacy — really as if you were at home. With only 11 rooms and a layout that creates intimate commons spaces, I always had the feeling I was going home, which was very special

  • The location. In the true heart of Paris but in a quiet area, which is a real treasure. I loved just walking everywhere

  • Food and ambience at restaurant were excellent. Yes, it is fancy, but not stuffy at all

  • The massage at the spa was very good and I appreciated how the massage menu was set and how the treatments were explained to me. I also loved how you can close a door and have the whole area for yourself, be naked, make yourself some tea. Really as if you were at home!

  • Staff was so nice and discreet

  • The technology in the room was perhaps a little too advanced and tricky to deal with

  • The use of single use plastic

The Barometer

  • Design
  • Location
  • Future Forward
  • Night's Sleep
  • Service
  • Amenities
  • Takeable Treats
  • Refer a Friend
  • Overall Value
  • Life Changing
Total: 46/50

Important Bits

  • Type

    Luxury Hotel

  • Vibe

    Quiet and comfortable

  • Location

    Located at the heart of Paris’ Golden Triangle, just 1 km from the Eiffel Tower and 3.5 km from the very center

  • Rooms

    11 in total, including 2 expansive apartments, 2 grand premier suites, 3 premier suites and 4 premier rooms

  • Pre-Arrival Experience

    I booked using Selfbook for the first time and was amazed that I could confirm both my room and spa reservations with just one click. It was the quickest hotel booking I've ever made!

  • Future Forward

    I was sad to see plastic water bottles and many other single use plastic items. I would love to go back and find water, drinks and amenities in glass or, even better, refillable bottles and containers

  • Music

    Pleasant and especially very good in the spa

  • Year Opened

    2020

  • Designed By

    The hotel came to life after a detailed restoration of the mansion originally built in 1908 and listed today as an historical monument. With the idea of creating a ‘private mansion’ experience, the Wainbridge Estate called on Atelier Alain Ellouz to bring a unique, contemporary design to this early 20th century architecture

  • Health & Wellness

    The entire lower ground floor is reserved for the spa, wellness and fitness facilities which includes a 24-hour spa by Officine Universelle Buly 1803, hot tub and on-site gym

  • Food

    Home of Michelin-star restaurant Trente-trois, orchestrated by chef Sébastien Sanjou. The restaurant was offering an exclusive menu crafted around truffles, in celebration of the season

  • Bar, Events & Nightlife

    Guests can also enjoy a classic cocktail reimagined by the expert mixologist, a glass of champagne, or be tempted by one of the most unique Japanese whiskey selections in Paris at the cozy yet opulent Bar Jean Goujon

  • Minibar & Retail

    A well-stocked minibar. No retail on spot but you can gift Maison Villeroy's exclusive experiences in the form of gift cards

  • Accessibility

    Hotel has facilities and accommodates the disabled

  • Pet Friendly

    Yes

  • Children

    Yes! Babysitting services are available too

  • Price

    Reassuringly expensive

  • Tel.

    +33 1 45 05 68 00

  • Website

    Visit website

Maison Villeroy

Maison Villeroy

33 Rue Jean Goujon, Paris, France

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In the Area

Hotel Location 33 Rue Jean Goujon, Paris, France

The hotel is very well located near the Eiffel Tower but not on the tourist part! The street is pretty quiet which is something very special when in Paris. It is walking distance to one of my favorite restaurants in Paris — Bistrot Marius, and the Crazy Horse which I love to go to one of the most sexy and fine shows.

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