Hotel païva

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The Hotel Païva, whose facade on the Champs Elysées is hardly noticeable, is one of the finest examples of private architecture and interior decoration under Napoleon III. It is due to the triumphal rise of one of the most remarkable adventurers of the 19th century: the Marquise de la Païva. Let us set out together in the footsteps of the most adored courtesan of the Second Empire. I'll tell you her history, her famous affairs, her beauty secrets. The mansion, which took ten years to build, now welcomes businessmen from all over the world, members of the very private Travellers Club. During the visit, I will show you the decoration of the ostentatious luxury lounges where marble and gilding are abundant, the superb onyx staircase as well as the silver bronze bathtub. Duration of the visit: 2 hours Rendezvous: 25 Avenue des Champs Elysées Price on demand, please send a request

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