Fast forward to 2015. Crown Life will be celebrating a year of helping girls all over the world achieve perfect coifs and fantastic looks. It’s been a wonderful ride so far and we plan to party in style. Where you ask? Why Paris of course!
Will you join us? We will be at The Ritz..
15 Place Vendôme …
The Hôtel Ritz is a grand palatial hotel in the heart of Paris, the 1st arrondissement
Can’t find me? I’ll be tucked neatly away at the Ritz. Which Ritz, you ask? For me there is only one: The Ritz in Paris… 15, place Vendome, 75001 Paris, France ~Jennia Fredrique Crown Life Editor in Chief
I’ll call you when they reopen…
César Ritz had a dream: to open his ideal hotel offering “all the refinements that a prince could wish for his own home”. Today at the Ritz Paris, his dream has come true. Pioneer of the modern bathroom and indirect lighting, he was also the first one to combine fine dining and music. Once inside the Ritz Paris, we are committed to carrying on the tradition of excellence by ensuring our guests’ comfort and personalizing each stay.
Mademoiselle Chanel moved into the Ritz Paris at the start of the 1930s. With her she brought her furniture – including her beige suede settee with its quilted cushions and her folding screen made from lacquered Coromandel. “Just the basics are enough, when tasteful, to make even the most banal room personal. Mademoiselle Chanel who has been staying at the Ritz for several months is at home with a folding screen and a few flowers” reads the March 1937 issue of Vogue magazine. A unique atmosphere that the Ritz Paris has been carefully preserving ever since the designer’s passing.
ROOMS & SUITES
Intimate moments are captured forever at the Ritz Paris. The rooms and suites of the hotel have seen an entire century unfold – with its laughter and tears, its faces and voices. Ties have been interwoven for over 100 years between the guests and the employees, celebrities and housekeepers. Nothing has changed. We are committed to the same welcome, the same delicacy and the same excellence to satisfy every wish of our guests. Whether it is your first visit or you are a loyal guest, we endeavor to make you feel at home.
At the Bar Hemingway, “Paris is a moveable feast”. Its name comes from Ernest Hemingway, a loyal guest and friend of the Ritz family. The author is even said to have “liberated” the Bar in August 1944. Today, Colin Field is the Head Bartender extraordinaire. This creator of inspired cocktails has won a myriad of awards for his fabulous concoctions and has made the Bar Hemingway a beloved Parisian address. A true heaven for fashionistas, Parisian dandies and enlightened travelers.