Prestigious partners for Prince de Galles
Prince de Galles with help from prestigious partners offers to guests artistic and unexpected discoveries. To enjoy these precious moments, Prince de Galles invites its guests to ask the hotel’s concierges, members of the Luxury Collection, to help them plan a tailor-made stay based on their desires.
THE GRANDS ATELIERS DE FRANCE
The renovation of Prince de Galles was achieved with help from France’s finest craft workshops like the wood gilder, Manuela Paul-Cavallier, who caressingly applied a thin leaf of gold to the headboard in the Gold Suite. This “handmade art” extends to other areas, such as ceramics, glassmaking and embroidery. Prince de Galles organizes exclusive tours to introduce these traditional techniques to its guests, with help from the Grands Ateliers de France, an organization set up in 1993 and composed of the country’s best artisans.
THE CITE DE LA CERAMIQUE IN SEVRES
Tableware sculpted in glass, china and faïence accompanies the starred Chef Stéphanie Le Quellec’s elegant cuisine at La Scène restaurant. The height of French refinement finds its most beautiful expression at the Cité de la céramique created by Madame de Pompadour. Our concierges strongly recommend you to visit the museum, a real hidden treasure to discover ancestral craftsmanship.
THE MUSEUM OF DECORATIVE ARTS
By its history, architecture and ornament, the Prince de Galles expresses its attachment to the period Art Deco. The hotel has reflected this embrace by establishing a strong relationship with the Museum of Decorative Arts. The first step of which was a financial backing for the acquisition of an iconic 1929 chair designed by René Herbst, which joined the collection. Our concierge will always be keen to organize private tours of the world-renowned collection and temporary exhibitions.