The formal gardens that flank the Champs-Elysees were the site of the World Fair of 1855 . Today, they are occupied by the Grand Palais and Petit Palais, just a short walk from the elegant wrought iron marquise at the entrance to Hotel San Regis . A little further, around the corner, are the celebrated fashion houses on Avenue Montaigne and Faubourg St Honore . The hotel interiors are ravishing in colour, textures and imagination, the rich patinas of the cabinet-maker*s craft contrasting with the luxuriance of antique furnishings . The objets d*art and original paintings display the owner*s passion for this house of character . The hotel has the charm and warmth of a private club having just 33 bedrooms and 11 suites, three of them with a terrace . The intimate dining room does not advertise itself but its discovery is a joy indeed . *What a lovely place to hide out* wrote Travel and Leisure .
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