Address The Westin Paris - Vendôme 3 Rue de Castiglione, 75001 Paris, France

Built in 1878, the prestigious Westin Hotel has hosted the world’s greatest and has fascinated for over 140 years.

Opened in 1878, The Westin, then called the Hotel Continental, was built on the ruins of the Ministry of Finance. Renovated in 1963 and 1974, it was renamed Grand Hotel Intercontinental Paris. It was bought in 2005 and took its current name, The Westin. In 2016, the Marriott group took over the establishment.

In nearly 140 years, it’s not just the owners who have come and gone. Famous clients too. The Empress Eugenie, Victor Hugo, Queen Marie of Romania, King Peter I of Serbia, King Fouad I of Egypt, Grand Duchess Charlotte of Luxembourg, Jacques Chirac, Grace of Monaco, Woody Allen, Colin Powell and the Dalai Lama have all stayed here.

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Discover the behind-the-scenes of the hit TV show Call my Agent with this book by Guillaume Evin, which tells the story behind the scenes in drawings and photos of the show, largely inspired by the memories of Dominique Besnehard, the most famous ex-star agent in France.

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