1 year old already!

This 14 th of July, the Roch Hotel blows out its first candle! An anniversary that we are delighted to share with you by offering, in addition to the aperitif for the guests of our restaurant, a fresh snacking formula and macarons in your room during all the week. 


A year of happiness

A year has passed, rich with delightful encounters and emotions shared in the elegant and welcoming surroundings that we owe to our designer Sarah Lavoine. With as much elegance as she has relaxing, she has been able to accurately complement, in the decoration and atmosphere she has created in the various rooms, the spirit of this place. A spirit of sharing, of conviviality in a setting where everyone is made to feel at home. It’s amazing to think that for a year now we have had the pleasure of watching our guests choose books from our bookshelves, relax in the Noa sofas, enjoy croissants and fresh fruit juices at breakfast, taste the superb culinary creations of our starred chef Arnaud Faye and prepared by our executive Chef, Remy Bererd, and ask us for advice before tackling another great Parisian day.

A shared anniversary

We welcome you in this month of July to a Roch Hotel adorned with festive colours. And to properly celebrate the event we give you, until July 15th, the opportunity to enjoy our special ‘1 Year’ offer. In addition to the blue, white and red macarons that you’ll find in your room (obligatory on this national holiday!), you will be invited to taste our Aperitif Lillet Fizz cocktail, whose notes of red fruits and orange blossom vivified with a touch of grapefruit will deliciously complement the seared prawn carpaccio with raspberries accompanying it. We will be delighted on this occasion to share with you a toast to this establishment that we love so much, and to the guests who infuse it with such life. This is a toast that we will renew on Bastille Day, July 14th, when our restaurant customers will be offered an aperitif especially concocted by our bartender for this unique day.

Long live the party, long live the Roch Hotel ! 

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