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Dior Hotel Particulier in Paris reopens after a two-year refurbishment

(Source: LVMH)

Closed for refurbishment for two years, Dior’s luxury Hotel Particulier in Paris is open to shoppers and diners again.

Located at 30 Montaigne, the building has been the birthplace of Dior collections since 1946 and this New Look refurbishment has been transformed into a new level of luxury with additional facilities.

The building contains 10,000sqm of retail space, including an haute couture salon, a pastry cafe and a Monsieur Dior restaurant. Designed by architecture Peter Marino, the hotel also includes two gardens – one opens to the exterior and the other is in an enclosed glass area.

According to Dior, people can visit the building from this month.

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