Samaritaine, a legendary Parisian department store that first opened its doors in 1869, has recently reemerged as a hub for luxury after a fifteen-year closure. The iconic Art Nouveau façade of the building, which spans an entire block between the Seine and the rue de Rivoli, has been beautifully restored and is now as dazzling as ever.
As one of the city's most storied landmarks, La Samaritaine has always been a symbol of Parisian elegance and sophistication. Since its reopening, it has truly established itself as a premier destination for luxury shopping, dining, and relaxation. The store's four floors offer a dazzling array of designer brands and artisanal products, from fashion and beauty to jewelry and home decor.
One of the most exciting features of the new La Samaritaine is the 5-star Cheval Blanc hotel, which occupies part of the building and boasts 72 sumptuous rooms and suites ov