Inside the most elite hotel in Paris, where Marie Antoinette took piano lessons and suites cost up to $56,000 a night
The opulent oasis includes three individual suites and two ballrooms, which took years and hundreds of craftsmen to restore.
"All the hard work has been done exactly as if it was done in the past," says Raffray.
The expansive quarters are literally fit for royalty; the famous former Queen of France Marie Antoinette once took piano lessons here. Two centuries later, in an adjoining ballroom, the League of Nations was established.