ACCOMMODATION: There are 80 rooms and 22 suites, all decorated with one-of-a-kind antique furniture and marble fireplaces.
All rooms feature marble bathrooms with bathrobes, luxury toiletries and hairdryer; individually controlled air conditioning; direct-dial telephone/fax line with voice mail; personal in-room safe, mini-bar, cable television, double-paned windows, and twice-daily maid service including evening turndown.
In addition, guests of Westminster suites are treated to 24-hour butler service.
RESTAURANT & BAR: Le Celadon, was awarded a Michelin star for its outstanding cuisine and exceptional service. Using shades of pale green with accents of celadon porcelain, crystal, and silk, the renowned interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon has brilliantly recreated the French style of the Regency era.
During the week-end, "Le Céladon" becomes "Le Petit Céladon". The service and the decor changes to welcome one into atmosphere that is both refined and relaxed, comfortable and cosy, like a family home where one is pleased to find oneself again.
The piano bar, Les Chenets, serves light meals, cocktails, and traditional afternoon tea. From monday to friday from 6:30 until 9:30p.m, the pianist Valto Latinen animates cocktail hour.Thyrsday, friday and saturday nigth from 10:00 p.m onward the chords of a pianist and a jazz singer lead one melodiously to the gates of dreams.
FACILITIES: The Westminster just inaugurated its fitness center. Air-conditioned, with an open view of the rooftops of Paris, it's one of the only gyms in the capital that is bathed in sunligth.
From the moment one enters, the refined, natural, sophisticated décor designed by Pierre-Yves Rochon is a veritable invitation to relaxation.
After the workout on one of eight machines, it's within an authentique Moorish atmosphere that the hammam envelops you in its hot steam and scents of eucalyptus. For amateurs accustomed to a more Nordic atmosphere, a sauna re-energizes along with a shower of massaging jets.
MEETINGS: Five classically-decorated, multi-purpose salons, some offering natural daylight, are available for seminars, banquets, and cocktail receptions for up to 100 people. Catering is provided by Le Celadon's executive chef. Alternatively, any of the hotel’s 18 spacious suites may be used for meetings and private dinners.