Louis Vuitton, the renowned luxury brand, has announced its plans to open its inaugural hotel in Paris. The hotel will be located at 103/111 Avenue des Champs-Elysées, taking over the former HSBC bank headquarters. Originally intended to be a Dior flagship store, the iconic building, which dates back to 1898, will now be transformed into a historic hotel by Louis Vuitton.
Louis Vuitton Hotel
This move marks a significant diversification for the luxury brand, as it ventures into the hospitality industry. The project has recently been approved by the Parisian commission for commercial development, paving the way for the transformation of the iconic building.
The Louis Vuitton hotel is scheduled to open its doors in 2026, offering guests a unique and luxurious experience in the heart of Paris. With its rich history and prime location on Avenue des Champs-Elysées, the hotel is expected to become a sought-after destination for fashion enthusiasts and travelers alike.
As Louis Vuitton continues to expand its offerings beyond fashion, the opening of this hotel represents a new chapter in the brand's legacy. Stay tuned for more updates as this exciting project unfolds.
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