An elegant apartment with an impressive art collection in the heart of Paris.
Located in Place Vendôme – one of the most exclusive and historic squares in Paris – La Fiermontina Vendôme is an elegant 18th-Century apartment ideal for a luxury city break.
The residence was formerly owned by the Rothschilds, a powerful family of art-collecting bankers. In the early 2000s, Fouad Giacomo Filali – grandson of art deco sculptor and friend-of-the-family René Letourneur – purchased the property.
The apartment has been carefully refurbished with original architectural features blending perfectly with contemporary furniture and design elements. Unique and rare art pieces are scattered throughout each room, from paintings by Modigliani, Francis Bacon, and Chaissac to sculptures by Jacques Zwobada and Letourneur.
Spanning more than 200 square metres, this third-floor apartment offers plenty of room for entertaining and relaxing. Double-height ceilings and windows create a vast sense of space and light.
Guests enter via a grand foyer decorated with eclectic artworks before heading through to the main living room.
The sprawling living room has two oversized windows overlooking the cobbled roads, luxury stores, and iconic bronze column of the Place Vendôme below. It features grey-toned walls, Versailles flooring, a period marble fireplace, beautiful gold-leaf décor, and plush furniture, creating an opulent but homely feel.
Oversize steel doors lead to the elegant dining room with olive-green walls, period features, and stunning art pieces. It’s the ideal space for an opulent dinner party with friends, a refined business lunch, or a romantic meal for two prepared by a private chef in the fully-equipped kitchen.
After a day of exploring the City of Lights, guests can retire to the two luxurious suites. Each features a king-size bed with plush bedding, contemporary furniture, a flat-screen TV, and an en-suite bathroom with a marble bathtub. One suite overlooks Place Vendôme, and the other has views of the beautiful neighbouring gardens.
The stunning La Fiermontina Vendome is the perfect apartment for art lovers, couples, or corporate guests looking for luxury in the heart of Paris.
- City-Centre Location
- 200 Square Metres
- Extensive Art Collection
Suite One – king-size bed and en-suite bathroom with bathtub/shower
Suite Two – king-size bed and en-suite bathroom with bathtub/shower
|1 Jan 2023 - 31 Dec 2023||Price on request|
Price per night, available on request. Minimum stay 3 nights.
- 200 m²
- Fully-equipped kitchen
- Coffee machine
- Sound system
- Original artworks
- Air conditioning
- City views
- Concierge service
- VIP airport/train station meet & greet
- Luxury airport/train station transfers
- Arrival & departure porter service
- Packing & unpacking service
- In-room check-in service
- Arrival Champagne or wine
- Daily fresh flowers
- Private chef (breakfast only)
- Daily breakfast
- Daily housekeeping service
- Daily turndown service
- Luxury toiletries
- Private driver
- Private chef (lunch and/or dinner)
- Spa & massage treatments
- Private wine cellar
- Full in-room bar
- Ritz cooking classes
- Private museum tours
- Activities & excursions
La Fiermontina Vendome is in the renowned Place Vendôme of Paris, a square commissioned by Louis XIV in 1698 as a space to host grand royal events. Nowadays, it is known for luxury as it’s home to the Ritz Paris hotel, designer fashion boutiques, and the finest jewellery stores in the city.
Guests of La Fiermontina Vendome can enjoy a host of personalised experiences in the square. These include a private boat tour on the Seine, a cooking class and gourmet meal at the famous school in the Ritz, a private visit to the Chaumet Museum (where the jewels for Napoleon’s 1803 coronation were created), and a training session with a master watchmaker of luxury watches.
Outside Paris, guests can enjoy a helicopter flight over the castles of Vaux-le-Vicomte and Versailles, combined with a meal by renowned gourmet chef Alain Ducasse and a private castle tour.
Tuileries Garden – 3 minutes’ walk
The Louvre – 10 minutes’ walk
Le Bourget Airport – 40 minutes’ drive
Orly Airport – 40 minutes’ drive
Charles de Gaulle Airport – 45 minutes’ drive
Disclaimer: the location on the map may be approximate due to privacy reasons.