– two people Jacuzzi tub

In a celebration of the Palais de Chaillot, this room echoes the high chic of the 1930s, featuring stained glass detailing above the bed, an elegant palette of black and gold and an art deco-inspired carpet. Close your eyes, and you can picture the play of the fountains in the Jardins du Trocadéro… Discover the Trocadeo rooms in a boutique hotel in Paris !

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The architectural challenge was immense for the architect Jacques Carlu and his colleagues Léon Azéma and Hippolyte Boileau: they had to imagine a majestic palace facing the impressive Eiffel Tower for the Universal Exhibition of 1937.

Built in the footsteps of the former Trocadero Palace, this major architectural monument of the 1930s is made up of two pavilions and two curved wings surrounding a central void: the Human Rights Esplanade, so named in reference to the Declaration of Human Rights signed in the Palace in 1948 by the UN General Assembly.

This upper terrace is lined with a pond and gilded bronze statues. The facade of the Palais de Chaillot is punctuated by pilasters and high bay windows.

Forty sculptors, twenty painters and an ironworker participate in the decoration of the whole and texts by Paul Valéry are engraved in gold letters on the facades.

The Palais de Chaillot now houses several museums including the Museum of Man, the Navy, the National Theater of Chaillot, as well as the City of Architecture and Heritage.