The Peninsula Hotels group has a unique identity among the world’s leading hotels. Established in 1928, we now operate prestigious luxury properties in ten major cities. These include the flagship in Hong Kong, plus Shanghai, Tokyo, Beijing, New York, Chicago, Beverly Hills, Bangkok, Manila, and Paris with London under development. Peninsula is a living legend, the name synonymous with luxurious comfort and impeccable service. We set our sights high and our standards higher, aiming always to delight our customers, and in many cases we are now serving the third generation of our loyal guests.
Travel + Leisure (USA)2014 World’s Best Awards
Top Hotel Brands
Condé Nast Traveller (USA)
2013 Business Travel Awards
Best Hotel Brand for Business Travel
HOTELS Magazine (USA)
2013 Corporate Hotelier of the World
Mr Peter Borer
The Peninsula Paris seamlessly combines design, luxury and comfort. Located in the very heart of the city, in the elegant 16th arrondissement close to some of the world’s most famous monuments, museums and luxury shopping districts, the hotel is the finest and latest example of Peninsula excellence.
The Peninsula Paris houses 200 luxurious rooms, including 45 suites, all designed to perfection with distinct Parisian influences and signature Peninsula functionality.
With its spectacular terraces, gardens and skyline views, the hotel offers the finest of everything, including six outstanding dining outlets, four elegant function rooms, The Peninsula Spa, a 20 metre (72 ft) indoor pool and a state-of-the-art Fitness Centre. Unique signatures include the traditional Peninsula Afternoon Tea served in The Lobby, the pageboys, the door lions and a distinctive transportation fleet, all of which are underpinned by the supreme quality service for which The Peninsula Hotels is known.
We aim to create a culture of warmth and true simplicity in Paris. Dedicated to our guests and our employees, we’re looking for talented, highly motivated and genuine people committed to service excellence that’s why The Peninsula Hotels have the third generation of our employees serving the third generation of our guests.
Travel + Leisure (United States)It List 2015 - Best New Hotels Around the Globe
Condé Nast Traveller (Russia)
Hot List 2015, Best of the Best New Hotel
Tatler (UK)Spa Guide 2015 – Best for a snappy Parisian pied-à-terre
Katja HenkeThe Peninsula ParisGeneral Manager
Katja Henke began her new post at The Peninsula Paris on 27 June 2016. Prior to joining The Peninsula Paris, Ms Henke was General Manager at The Peninsula Bangkok for three and a half years.
Katja, a native of Hamburg, Germany, started her hospitality career in Switzerland. Her international career has also taken her to France, England and the United States.
Katja joined The Hong Kong and Shanghai Hotels Limited (HSH) in 2011 as Hotel Manager of The Peninsula Shanghai.
Vincent PimontThe Peninsula ParisHotel ManagerVincent Pimont recently joined the pre-opening team of The Peninsula Paris as Hotel Manager. In his previous position Mr Pimont was Resident Manager at The Peninsula Beijing.
Mr Pimont began his career with The Peninsula Hotels in 2007. He joined The Peninsula Beijing as Director of Rooms and was promoted Resident Manager in 2010. He has over 20 years experience in the tourism and hospitality industries, including a luxury cruise line, theme parks, and five-stars properties in Paris, New York, Orlando and Bora Bora.
Isabelle BouvierThe Peninsula ParisDirector of MarketingIsabelle Bouvier joined the team of The Peninsula Paris as Director of Marketing. Isabelle has a strong experience in Sales & Marketing and Brand marketing with international groups such as Starwood Hotels & Resorts or Concorde Hotels & Resorts. Isabelle graduated with an MBA in Business at the Ecole Supérieure de Commerce International (ESCI) in Fontainebleau (France).
Jean-Stéphane HallardThe Peninsula ParisDirector of FinanceJean-Stephane Hallard joined The Peninsula Paris as Director of Finance. He comes with extensive finance experience, gained over a 16-year period from a number of varied finance-related appointments within the luxury hotel sector. In addition to his finance background, he was also in charge of F&B for one of his previous hotels. Mr Hallard holds an MBA in Hospitality Management by ESSEC in conjunction with the Cornell School of Hotel Administration.
Sylvie QuintinThe Peninsula ParisDirector of Human ResourcesSylvie Quintin joined the team of The Peninsula Paris as Director of Human Resources. Throughout her experience with the Accor hotel group, Sylvie worked several years for the Sofitel and Pullman Paris. In 2008, she participated in the launch of a new range of designs and contemporary hotels Sofitel So called by Sofitel. Sylvie graduated with a Master (DESS) in Human Resources Management and Social Communication (CELSA) and in Management (IAE Paris Business School).
Vincent ParinaudThe Peninsula ParisDirector of Food & BeverageVincent Parinaud joined The Peninsula Paris team as Food and Beverage Director after a strong career working for luxury properties as food and beverage manager and director. With a career mainly spent in France, he has a very good knowledge of the the Parisian market and French gastronomy.
Christophe RaouxThe Peninsula ParisExecutive Chef
Christophe Raoux – 2015 winner of the Meilleur Ouvrier de France award for leading chefs, joined The Peninsula Paris in August 2016.
Originally from La Roche sur Yon in the Vendée, Christophe Raoux declared his passion for cooking at a very early age.
In 1994, he joined Guy Legay's team at the Ritz Paris as an apprentice chef. He worked his way up through the ranks, gradually acquiring a broad range of skills and experiences in renowned establishments: Benoît Guichard's Le Jamin, the eponymous restaurant of Gérard Besson, winner of the 2001 Meilleur Ouvrier de France award, and then Lenôtre, to name but a few.
Throughout his career, Chef Raoux has learnt the art of respecting each ingredient and ensuring everything is cooked to perfection.
Antony TerroneThe Peninsula ParisPastry ChefPassionate about his discipline for as long as he can remember, Antony Terrone acquired his many skills working alongside the most renowned names in French pastry.
After having worked side by side with Guy Savoy, Pascal Caffet (MOF) and Angelo Musa, to name but a few, Terrone’s reputation reached a new peak when he began working at the prestigious Ritz Paris hotel. Soon after his encounter with Pastry Chef Eddie Benghanem, the latter took him under his wing at the Trianon Palace in Versailles, where he deepened his knowledge before joining The Peninsula Paris.
Olivier CambournacThe Peninsula ParisHead ConciergeWith almost 20 years of experience, Olivier Cambournac joined The Peninsula Paris team in January 2015 as Chief Concierge. A member of the Clef D'Ors since 2003, Mr Cambournac has always seeked to surprise and delight visitors of Paris. Rising in his career through work in prestigious establishments throughout France and in the USA. He has worked in Paris for more than 12 years and shares his passion for Paris with all The Peninsula Paris guests.
Marie GuthmannThe Peninsula ParisDirector of Guest RelationsWith a dregree in hospitality, Marie Guthmann joined the pre-opening team of The Peninsula Paris in April 2014 as Director of Guest Relations. After 15 years in the Parisian luxury hospitality industry she evolved to her position today, her day to day enthusiasm and attention to detail makes her a strong member of The Peninsula Paris team.