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24 MARCH 2023

The first Maison Delano opens its doors in Paris

The emblematic Delano, launched in Miami in 1995, is reborn in Paris with the very first Maison Delano Paris. Located at 4 rue d’Anjou, in a former 18th century mansion, the hotel features 56 rooms including 19 suites, a lively Franco-Andalusian restaurant with a large terrace in the historic courtyard, and a magnificent cocktail bar.


Delano’s original destination in Miami, has long been a meeting place for travellers looking for a unique experience in a luxurious and intimate setting. Housed in the Art Deco building built in 1947 by architect Robert Swartburg, the Delano was the sign of the revival of South Beach from the moment of its opening, and inaugurated the era of lifestyle hotels, where people no longer came simply to sleep, but to live an experience. The hotel became an iconic destination, celebrating a unique way of life and for nearly 25 years, Delano has set the tone for hotels in South Beach.

To inaugurate a new era in the history of Delano, what better place than Paris? Both a cosy cocoon and a vibrant place to live, Maison Delano is a clever blend of conviviality and sophistication, offering Parisians and travellers alike a fully-fledged lifestyle concept.

With 56 keys, including 19 suites at Maison Delano Paris, all featuring spacious interiors, in light tones, shades of white, beige and grey contrasting with the green of the velvet benches, elegant dark wood furniture create a soothing atmosphere. The famous Delano white linen curtain adorns the windows and brings privacy to the glazed bathrooms opening onto certain rooms and suites. The paintings on the walls add a contemporary touch, while the 18th century architecture, with its panelled walls, light parquet floors, mouldings and marble fireplaces, remind us that we are in a private mansion dating from 1734.

In the Grande Suite Prestige and the Grande Suite Historique, 18th century painted ceilings almost 4 metres high, contemporary furniture by Cassina and artworks from Opera Gallery give those who choose to stay there the perfect vision of a luxurious Parisian interior. The rooms and suites on the 5th floor, under the roofs, are also characterised by their mansard ceilings, which give each one a note of romanticism with a view of the roofs of Paris.

At the vibrant heart of Maison Delano Paris, you’ll find La Chambre Bleue, a new restaurant concept created by Dani García, one of today’s most influential Andalusian chefs. Named La Chambre Bleue in reference to the work of Pablo Picasso, the restaurant will take guests on a journey to the Mediterranean through fish, seafood and other sophisticated Iberian specialities. Built around and within the courtyard of our magnificent 18th century mansion, it is a series of lounges, open kitchens, a central bar and two wine cellars set off the courtyard, which extends the restaurant into a comfortable dining room, covered in winter and open to the sky in summer.

For an intimate setting, Delano Bar, an almost hidden space, is characterised by tones reminiscent of leather, tobacco, terracotta and copper, in a contemporary interpretation of the cocktail bar. Whether coming for an aperitif or for a few late-night drinks, the experience is complete, and the DJs invited to come and set the rhythm of the evening will undoubtedly make Delano Bar a destination in itself.

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