The upscale caterer at the Place de la Madeleine in Paris welcomed its very first customers to its hotel in early September. With the hotel business, Fauchon adds a new string to his bow.

Fauchon entrusted the lines of his first hotel to architect Richard Martinet. The address opened on Place de la Madeleine, where the founder of the brand, Auguste-Félix Fauchon was selling fruits and vegetables in 1886. A prime location, close to the department stores and rue Saint-Honoré, the Hotel Fauchon should attract an international clientele. The establishment has 54 rooms and eleven suites, each of which has been personalized with a unique style. Pink and black, flagship tones of the brand, do not miss the call. Guests can also be pampered at a Carita spa.

Anchored in the food trades, the brand put unsurprisingly on gastronomy to seduce its guests. For example, they will have the privilege of participating in private dinners in the presence of the Chefs of the Fauchon brigade.

The sweet and savory signature will be duplicated at Café Fauchon, whose terrace will offer a privileged view of the Church of the Madeleine. Hotel guests and passers-by will be able to eat there from breakfast to dinner, or even through a takeaway offer. 





Estelle Varillon