Sofitel Paris Le Faubourg - Luxury hotel - History


Sofitel Paris Le Faubourg was born from the reunion of two typical hotels of the Faubourg Saint-Honoré. The first, called Hôtel de Vouillemont, quoted by Marcel Proust in “Un amour de Swann”, was a hotel frequented by high Parisian society but also international like Mary of Hungary, Queen of Naples and sister of the Empress Sissi. In the 1930s, Luigi Pirandello, Jean Cocteau, Francis Picabia and many surrealists frequented the hotel and made it a place of intellectual and artistic Parisian life.

Marie-Claire magazine’s headquarters, the second mansion became and remains the rendezvous of the world of fashion.

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