The pandemic must be over. Dior is back. And after 75 years, things are better than ever at the Avenue Montaigne flagship. In addition to the store, there is a pastry bar and a restaurant overseen by Jean Imbert, and a gallery showcasing the brand’s history. The sweetest detail, however, is the Dior suite. Located on the fourth floor, the luxury residence offers guests an immersive trip into the fantasy that surrounds Dior.
The new La Suite Dior is a high-end, illuminated, contemporary penthouse filled with flowers.
The suite sleeps two (or two and a child). There are two salons and a large master bedroom, as well as a living room, a kitchen, and a bathroom fitted in onyx. The special additions are a fridge stocked with whatever your heart desires — food in the kitchen, and cosmetics in the bathroom, next to the hammam-style shower.
While the eclectic interiors are on par with other elegant hotels in Paris, it’s the Dior experience that makes the suite stand out. Stay here and you’ll have access to over 20 team members including a private chef, a personal shopper, and stylists 24 hours a day. You are free to roam the gallery and boutique at any hour of the day. There are also three gardens and a restaurant, Monsieur Dior, and a patisserie café that you can use freely. Guests can also throw dinner parties in their residence or at the restaurant.
While it costs a pretty penny to stay at the very coveted flat, there is no limit on the length of the stay. Those that wish to live a dream could move in for a time if they so choose. Mostly, the suite offers respite from reality, and the royal treatment…in ways that few other high-end properties in Europe can match.