Rose-Colored Raffles

  • Jeff Anderson

Through October 12 at Le Royal Monceau, Raffles Paris, a celebration of the newly launched Dom Pérignon Rosé Vintage 2003 is taking over living and dining spaces alike. The hotel’s Michelin-starred restaurant is offering a special menu, and one of the luxurious Signature Suites has been transformed by Philippe Starck into a rose-colored wonderland (from about $3,900 per night). Starck’s scheme for the suite draws on Dom Pérignon’s history of collaborating with noted artists and designers: Scattered throughout are limited-edition bottles by Marc Newson and David Lynch, as well as a Balloon Venus sculpture by Jeff Koons perfectly positioned to oversee the bed. (www.raffles.com/paris)

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