Accor Refurbishes Parisian Pullmans

Accor marked a milestone in the transformation of its upscale Pullman brand this week with the unveiling of the first of 5 Parisian hotels to be revamped. The 382-room Pullman Paris La Defense showcases the brand’s new vibrant, cosmopolitan and stylish identity and will be followed by the Pullman Paris Montparnasse, Pullman Paris Bercy, Pullman Paris CDG Airport and the Pullman Paris Tour Eiffel.


Pullman Paris La Defense

Rethought by designers Marcelo Joulia and Christophe Pillet, the renovated Pullman Paris La Defense offers a calming, clean and luminous experience. Use of mirrors, harmonizing colours and materials create warm spaces, with the guestrooms featuring minimalist lines accentuated by a splash of vibrant colours. In-room facilities have been upgraded to include the signature Pullman bed, rainforest shower, 46-inch LED television, docking station, complimentary wi-fi access and Nespresso coffee machine.


Chef Jean-Paul Corbillet helms the open kitchen at the hotel’s restaurant Quinte&Sens, creating inspiring dishes using 5 different cooking techniques. Sommelier Olivier Poussier, voted the best in his trade in 2000, selected the establishment’s Vinoteca by Pullman wine list to complement.


12 flexible meeting rooms can host events and functions for up to 180 guests, equipped with state-of-the-art conferencing technology and supported by a dedicated events team as well as the Connectivity Lounge, developed in partnership with Microsoft, that enables delegates to stay connected and work efficiently. For recreation, the 100-square meter Fit Lounge with a wet sauna and cardio training equipment await.


Hotels to Remain Open During Renovation, Feature “Limited Edition” Offerings

The Pullman Paris La Defense’s 4 sister hotels in Paris will remain open and continue to welcome guests during the renovation period. Arrangements are in-place to have “limited edition” offerings, such as the 180 Only restaurant and bar at the Pullman Paris Tour Eiffel.


Open for 180 days from 7 January to 7 July 2013 while the hotel’s permanent restaurant undergoes a revamp, guests can take advantage of the extraordinary venue to enjoy their meals to the sight of the iconic Eiffel Tower. Chef Alain Losbar has devised an original menu with the highlight being a culinary journey around one of the 7 deadly sins taking place on the 7th of each month.


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