3 rooms, 3 universes, an infinite range of possibilities...
New, hidden restauranst with three vibrant and contemporary universes sets up in rooms 210, 211 and 212. These rooms were once the home of the Count of Fersen, who had the mission of leading Louis XVI, Marie Antoinette and their children towards freedom in 1791. Later, in June 1940, the General de Gaulle had his last drink in Paris with the English General Spears, in room 212. Later, during World War II, the expression “ROOM SERVICE CLUB” was created to represent the privatization of a hotel room for political purposes, in order to make key, historical decisions in a discreet manner, away from prying eyes (and ears...)
Rich in this heritage, a new concept was born based on an original idea by Thibault Courtois d´Aubery and a scenography by Rémi Tamain - "La Porcherie Lieu d'Art".