At Le Bristol Paris, guests can awaken to a private viewing of a Picasso masterpiece and indulge in an exquisite breakfast fit for art connoisseurs.


In a captivating partnership with Opera Gallery, Le Bristol Paris, the renowned Palace hotel, continues its deep connection to the art world by offering guests a unique opportunity to enjoy a private viewing of a Picasso masterpiece accompanied by a specially crafted breakfast in-suite. 

To commemorate the 50th anniversary of Pablo Picasso's passing, Le Bristol Paris and Opera Gallery have curated the extraordinary 'Breakfast with Picasso' experience, set within one of the hotel's Deluxe Junior Suites.

Building upon the success of their previous collaboration, 'Dinner with Chagall,' this exclusive offering allows guests to encounter an original Picasso artwork in the epitome of elegance, evoking the essence of a secret rendezvous reminiscent of Breakfast at Tiffany's.

The selected artwork for this intimate viewing is Picasso's 1931 oil painting, Maison à Juan-Les-Pins (La Villa Chêne Roc). Painted during his summer sojourn in Juan-Les-Pins on the enchanting French Riviera, the piece portrays the historic Villa Chêne Roc, where Picasso resided in 1924. Through bold, impressionistic brush strokes and vibrant colors, the painting captures the villa and its surroundings at night, evoking a sense of joy and cherished memories from Picasso's peaceful retreat.

Le Bristol Paris' 'Breakfast with Picasso' offer includes a luxurious one-night stay in a Deluxe Junior Suite, accompanied by a sumptuous breakfast meticulously crafted by Chef Eric Frechon.

The delectable menu features the hotel's beloved soft-boiled eggs with maple syrup and caviar, smoked salmon blinis, an assortment of fresh pastries, and a refreshing seasonal fruit salad. This indulgent breakfast will be served in-suite the following morning, allowing guests to savor their meal while facing the captivating Picasso masterpiece, accompanied by a glass of chilled champagne.

The significance of this private viewing is not lost on Oetker Collection, as Picasso himself was a frequent guest at Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc, where he created 23 paintings and 44 drawings.

Known for his carefree attire of shorts, a sweater, espadrilles, and a cap, Picasso's memory is honored through this relaxed and intimate viewing experience—a fitting tribute to the legendary artist, preferably enjoyed in cozy pajamas.

Guests interested in experiencing the 'Breakfast with Picasso' can reserve an overnight stay in one of Le Bristol Paris' Deluxe Junior Suites, inclusive of the 'Bristol' breakfast for two people, starting from 3890 euros per night.

Reservations can be made via phone or email, ensuring a memorable and cherished encounter with Picasso's masterpiece in the heart of Paris.

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