The historic Hôtel de Crillon in Paris is to reopen on July 5 following four years of renovations.

Located on Place de la Concorde, the 124-room palace hotel is housed with a building dating back to 1758, and was taken over by Rosewood Hotels and Resorts in December 2013.

Few details have been released about the renovations, but Rosewood said that the “Hôtel de Crillon’s rebirth will both honour the past and confidently embrace the future, fusing 18th century and modern spirit, as envisioned and guided by a talented team of French architect, designers, artisans, and restoration experts”.

The group added that “The re-opening of the 124-room hotel will reveal timeless elegance with an edge, radiating fine French contemporary lifestyle in design, gastronomy, art and service”.

Online reservations for Hôtel de Crillon, a Rosewood Hotel are now open for stays at the hotel from July 5 onwards, and when Business Traveller searched today, rooms were available from £1,140 per night, for an 32sqm Executive King offering features including a 46-inch LED TV, Rivolta Carmignami Italian linens, D.R Harris toiletries, Nespresso coffee machine, and twice-daily housekeeping including evening turndown service.

A grand opening offer for the above rate also includes daily American breakfast for two available in the Brasserie or via in-room dining, €85 food and beverage or spa services credit, an upgrade upon arrival subject to availability, and early check-in & late check-out.