Introduction: Experimental Group, a player in the hospitality industry, has disclosed its plans to introduce three new properties between 2024 and 2025. These properties will be located in Val d’Isère, Paris, and Rome.
Starting with the first property in the village of Val d’Isère, Experimental Group is set to revamp the 110-room Aigle des Neiges. Positioned at an altitude of 1,850 meters, this property will undergo a transformation designed by Dorothée Meilichzon. It will also be added two restaurants, a bar, swimming pool, and a spa.
“After the success of Experimental Châlet Verbier, we wanted a property in the French Alps,” “Our search was for something very close to the slopes, yet at the same time in the centre of the resort which has an incredible ambiance – we found the ideal location for the Experimental Châlet Val d’Isère.” - Pierre-Charles Cros, co-founder of Experimental Group.
Continuing with Paris, Experimental Group has signed a management contract with Foncière Saint Honoré for a Parisian venture set to open in 2025. Located in the Saint-Germain-des-Prés district of the seventh arrondissement, this 43-room five-star hotel will be transformed from a private mansion into an accommodation. Designed by Studio KO, the property will have 20 rooms, 23 suites, a restaurant, two bars, a spa, and an indoor swimming pool.
Last but not least, is the entry of the Experimental Group into Rome, that is slated for 2025. This entry will involve the conversion of an office building into a 78-key hotel. The hotel, which is named "Experimental Roma," is designed by Rodolphe Parente. Guests can have dining, cocktails at the Experimental Cocktail Club Roma bar, and city views from the rooftop swimming pool.