Le Bristol Paris: Gourmet Mornings in the Heart of Luxury


Nestled in the bustling heart of Paris, along the esteemed rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, Le Bristol Paris stands as a beacon for art connoisseurs and luxury seekers. Evoking the iconic imagery of Audrey Hepburn sipping her morning coffee outside Tiffany’s in New York, Le Bristol Paris invites guests to a one-of-a-kind experience: breakfast in the presence of a Pablo Picasso masterpiece.

In honor of the 50th anniversary of Picasso’s demise, Le Bristol Paris has joined forces with the Opera Gallery to craft an intimate ambiance where visitors can indulge in a tête-à-tête breakfast with “Maison à Juan les Pins.” This Picasso painting, a vivid portrayal of the Mediterranean, encapsulates the artist’s life in 1931, showcasing the villa Chêne-Roc’s white façade, a sweeping staircase, and olive trees, where Picasso lived with his wife, Olga. It’s a vibrant homage to Picasso’s affinity for the Côte d’Azur and its mesmerizing landscapes.

The breakfast offering is a gastronomic delight. Curated by the acclaimed Chef Eric Frechon, it includes an array of exquisite dishes: soft-boiled eggs garnished with caviar grains, smoked salmon atop warm blinis, freshly sliced fruit assortments, and fine champagne. This extraordinary culinary journey, paired with the aesthetic pleasure of Picasso’s art, creates an unparalleled morning experience.

This artwork not only revives the warm summer evenings in cap d’Antibes but also signifies the deep connection between Picasso and the Oetker Collection. Picasso frequently visited the storied Hôtel du Cap Eden Roc, drawing inspiration and solace. There, he created 23 paintings, completed 44 drawings, and even reimagined the hotel’s menu.

Today, Le Bristol Paris rekindles Picasso’s essence, offering its guests a unique opportunity to be touched by the master’s genius. The “Breakfast with Picasso” experience includes a one-night stay in a sumptuous Deluxe Junior Suite and the ‘Bristol’ breakfast for two, with packages starting at 3890 euros per night.

Those interested in this exclusive experience can make reservations and gather more information by contacting Le Bristol Paris or the Opera Gallery Paris. This distinctive offer stands as a testament to the enduring enchantment of art and luxury, intricately woven together to forge memories that will last a lifetime.

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