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New flagship for Pullman in Paris

Paris' second largest carrier welcomes guests once again. It took 4 years of work to reposition the 32 floors of the Pullman Paris Montparnasse Hotel.

957 suite rooms and apartments have been renovated between the 8th and 32nd floors. The standard room offers 22m² of private space and up to 60m² for the apartments.

The arrival of this renovated property has allowed the Accor group to integrate a new F&B offer for the first time in Europe:

  • Umami Burger (launched in Los Angeles), which will seat up to 280 people in 800 square meters from 6:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m., with a special offer for children on weekends and a delivery service/click&collect
  • Fi'Lia, which will open in March, with a focus on Italian cuisine
  • The Skybar with a view over Paris on the top floor of the tower, where Guillaume Guerbois is the bar manager
  • A bar area located in the lobby will also open soon

Argentinean chef Rafael Casás is taking over as head of the property's restaurant division, continuing a career that was 100% in the hotel industry. He has at heart to defend a cuisine rooted in the land and in the respect of the seasons and products.

Another strong gesture on the part of the owner and the brand, a completely redesigned meeting space that returns to the heart of the property on the 3rd and 4th floors. 50 modular meeting rooms, indoor and outdoor spaces available. A 742m² ballroom with 7m high ceilings, an 800m² green terrace and a 1500m² interactive zone. These are all spaces with a strong identity that reflect the desire to regain an important place in the Parisian event market.

The property is part of the redesign of the neighborhood with the birth of Les Ateliers Gaîté, supported by Unibail Rodamco Westfield, which includes stores, restaurants and services ( nursery, co-working with Wojo), offices and housing, a library, a parking area and finally a 5,000 sq.m. Food Court with 35 counters on three levels, making it the largest in Europe. More broadly, the Montparnasse Tower and its neighborhood will also be redeveloped between now and the 2024 Olympic Games.


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