A hotel in Paris transformed its underground swimming pool into a restaurant for people to enjoy a private dining experience.
Photo shared by Les Bains in Paris
The novel coronavirus pandemic has forced the travel and hospitality industry to reorganize itself and find unexpected ways to serve customers safely. And some hotels and restaurants offer quite unique models. One such hotel is Les Bains in Paris.
Les Bains have been closed for nearly six months due to the new coronavirus pandemic. But that hasn’t stopped his restaurant Roxo from providing a safe and exceptional experience for customers.
According to Insider, Roxo has found an interesting way to get his customers to dinner. The hotel, which was once a public bath in the 19th century, has emptied its iconic swimming pool and turned it into an exclusive dining venue. Yes, you read that right.
The hotel’s Instagram page posted photos of the exciting location and revealed that the pool was a hidden spot, invisible to the public, dating back to 1885.
After the hotel transformed it into a restaurant, people can now dine privately under chandeliers, dark pool lights and a vibrant ambiance. The space is furnished with a long table and eight seats for guests.
According to Insider, Jean-Pierre Marois, owner of Les Bains, said in a statement: “We hope that, under the current circumstances, this Parisian institution will remain more than ever a friendly place of social, artistic and cultural emulation.”
The hotel also said dining experiences are only available by reservation on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays due to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Other ways people can enjoy a socially distant meal at Roxo’s are by booking their meals in the hotel’s penthouse, his nightclub, or his apartment suite with elevator and private chef.
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