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a special country she ran from above stuart's december 27th on d. w. ah ah ah ah, this is the story of the hotel, a police dog in paris during the 2nd world war, when the french capital was occupied by the germans, a jewish architect found refuge here for 4 years. ah. during this time he renovated a large part of the hotel, though no outsider were aware of his presence. ah,
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his room had no number on the door and wasn't on any list. and he worked exclusively at night. ah, but the architect wasn't the only one who owed his life to liberty stood the hotel, also saved other jews from persecution. ah, it's discretion earned the liberty stole the name. the hotel of silence for its founder, hipolito jamie discretion, and the protection of his guests who ranged from high ranking politicians and government agents to well known celebrities and artists were paramount. and this remains part of liberty stows identity to this day. what happens within these walls and never leaks out? this cloak of absolute secrecy was a reason why liberty stole was one of the only hotels in paris to escape being
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seized by the germans during world war 2. while the nazis invaded the french capital and hitler eventually even ordered the city's destruction, the story of liberty stole is one of solidarity humanity and courage. the hotel is located in the 8th at home. the small and one of paris is fine, as districts not far from the shops, alizae. ah, la blaisdell 1st opened its doors in 1925. it's founder e bully, jamie aimed to create the ideal luxury hotel wrote and the hotel was small. if i expand it, will my father took the sme last room for us as he'd spent
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a lot on the construction go here all for once we go they just bowled out the dress a draw you and that was my 1st cradle it. him home to montgomery that show. ah, he bullied son pierre was born just before the hotel opened. he spent the 1st months of his life on the 1st floor just above the service entrance in one of the few rooms that were finished at the time. ah, as he grew, he learned a lot from his father. like how to quickly and quietly make the right decision at the right time. ah. after the 1st world war ended for reasons were in the mood to celebrate. the streets were full of life. women became emancipated for many reasons. the roaring twenties heralded
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a fresh start. ah, it is any kid he is between 19191929 were a timely fashion. ah, and culture flourished is hasty, cease from these april, said the years when there were no boundaries between different artistic and cultural domains. could you and the fashion world which experience it was gold made during the theory? ashville panel said that it, oh, the hotel, liberty stole body, was named after frederick harvey. the earl of bristol, his travels through europe in the 18th century, made him a symbol of the luxury traveller power excellence. equally jamie came from a family of parisian restaurant tours. his parents owned the famous restaurant la, both alam mode his deployment at the front, during the 1st world war, had a strong impact on him and influenced his later decisions regarding his hotel. ah
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jammy bought this modest building and transformed it into the blessed old we know to day. well mean of salon psyched, e le dot club botany did she 1925 happy opportunity to purchase the property located for rural santana, lee. hi. on which to build his hotel place did all because terribly stirred. he demolished the existing building to construct the bristol else prevail, you called previously it had been the private residence of the com to custom, a dandy who lived the high life inherit. ha, all had he by his yen of akin gong, and it was at this location where equally gemini beth, his bristol necklace tween, it was his life stream and crowning achievement. heavy leopard to smolder, the city, shoshone b r. i gather that door before the war. in 1914, his father had sent him to apprentice at the reception of the hotel oblong in berlin ever. afterwards he said, it's just her,
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i want my own art laundry room one room. ah, that's because in the early 19 twenties, harris did not yet have many luxury hotels the police stole was located diagonally opposite the alizae palace and the ministry of the interior long the political heart of paris. this area is still the seat of power to day. but over time, the big fashioned labels have also taken up residence on the hood of phobos, santano hay, and the surrounding streets in paris. politics, luxury and culture have always gone hand in hand. ah, together with his wife, yvonne,
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who also hailed from a respected family of restaurant tours, hipolito built a hotel which incorporated the latest construction methods. here, the city's most famous landmark served as a role model. isn't it? she did. they decided to build the framework entirely of metal, just like the eiffel tower company, toys, from that point on a concrete construction mr. off the table needed like my social that was good because a metal structure can always be torn down. show rebuilt, or in long g garcia, was made of concrete, can't be modified so easily. concent don't be don't. and because he always wanted to make improvements to the presto, to who are it, was constantly under construction. roy did all the tow liberal g it has at the shoe . the bank is we're impressed that the jamaica family had a solid enough backing to support these projects. the, their previous ones had proven to be good projects, not just beauty projects,
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just they were not only about expanding the hotel, but also about making it more efficient and attractive. seattle, and above all, making the hotel a place that would stand the test of time. maybe even times of crisis. seattle. a picket, was he. so i think he's, ah, this is what the blue star looks like. and it's 1st decade. it's art deco decor would soon be mixed with classic 18th century of asian style elements. and later replaced entirely equally jammy purchased fine furniture tapestries, even paintings of murphy antoinette. nothing was too good for his guests. he had created his parisian hotel avalon and its early years the boy stole did a booming business. she was in an old order cable quadrille work said issues. you
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have to imagine a world in which people suddenly had access to things they never did before. a key to those who'd worked hard to achieve a certain standard of living. it suddenly had places to spend their wealth and nice places to spend, and you told me so they wanted to go there and kept coming back, especially in paris. and i think there created a certain dishwater div which partially explains the success of this hotel, which was very large for those days. enormous. you say that will take you to cut i go any poca william balbo. he stood as you say, he don't come to the bristol just to sleep or enjoy the sights of paris is so you come to feel like you are part of history. you said we're fe. artisans know how is extraordinary right down to the details of the little coverings. everything's ha, ha, ha, ha, tutti to the buffet. and it's important to incorporate that history when redecoration ruth. wow, i've a qx blackwood equal i swooning osama. for example,
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when that room tells the story of josephine baker who celebrated her 50th stage anniversary at the bristol. yes, edward taylor, lily stood up. far hall is one of them. i stole current residents quietly and inconspicuously, the hotel, cat watches, people come and go liberally stole is one of the few hotels which still hands out real room keys. not key cards. josephine baker stayed here time and again she spent many happy years in paris from the 1920s, all the way through to the 1970s. ah, the sweet, named after her recalls the years when american tourists descended on paris and droves
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aboard large crew ships like the more atanya or the queen married they arrived at the ports of lava and chapel, bringing with them lots of spending money and an irrepressible love. of life they travelled on to the french capital to enjoy pleasures forbidden to them in their homeland. for example, the consumption of alcohol. prohibition drove americans to explore the nightly of paris. over half a century later, liberally stole dedicated this small swimming pool shaped like a ship to the memory of that american clientele. ah, the days of the american craze and full guest books ended abruptly and 1929 with
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the great stock market crash. although he live, recollect she's developed enough, le concrete, the crisis of 1929. the great depression which began in the us with black thursday, only reached europe a little later. you don't like on trees to pooler little p r. c, or europeans. the crisis really began in the early 1930 law. as a result, many of these rich clients were now virtually bankruptcy, should therefore, far fewer come to europe, new young dominion, one place countries, abandoned the gold standard. and currencies became devalued for european countries that meant millions of unemployed a poorly p u, p i c. c didn't yield shamil from been on the police. those rooms remained empty. the times of plenty were over, at least for
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a while. and that was a problem for equally jamie, who had made major investments in this hotel just before the economic crisis began . ah, there was no one around to admire. the hotels stylish new make over its luxurious lounges, remained empty. he successfully completed the expansion of the 8 floors, each boasting 300 square meters of space. they faced on to the biggest inner courtyard in paris. yes, here in this green oasis with 20 different species of birds. his guests were to relax and enjoy some respite and tough times. but now people had big worries and he bullied jamie was becoming increasingly bitter because he feared he'd be forced to give up his dream. while it constantly kept expanding the hotel
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during the boon years. now he was saddled with a mountain of death. he could no longer afford to complete the maysonet. he'd planned to build for his family on the 7th and 8th floors. he felt like a failure. as a business man and a father, i said is all the father 10 children the but didn't really take care of them. there are more because he was le prestone. so a month and it was mama who raised us sit down, felt that he was a father, but more of a businessman her than a family math. good fellow, family ah, during the great depression, when his hotel attracted few guests, hipolito jammy worked on the many small details, inventions and special features, which would eventually save liberty stole for instance, liberty stone was the 1st hotel in paris to have combined heating and air
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conditioning units, but equally jammy, his most famous invention was the magnifying mirror yet could exalt. there are many examples that show he was a visionary. does he take those little magnifying mirrors in the bathrooms, which are now standard fixtures in every hotel around the world? by now they're completely normal, but they were invented by april each i miss. and though no one knows that if he to patented them, he'd have become a billionaire. unfortunately, he didn't do that at the time, but that gives you an idea of the kind of hotel here. he was full of ideas creative to, to see pretty jamie, katy did. okay. and i did was also equally jamie's idea to create an air raid shelter here. to create a place where people could take refuge yet, once again, a refuge within a refuge, just in case something really dramatic happened in paris. the lean years dragged on, still hipolito had a wealth of contacts, bankers,
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restaurant tours and politicians who helped keep him afloat at a time when many hotels were going under. ah, ironically, it was only when german troops extend and seized paris in 1940 that the tide turned for equally jamie and liberally stoke. as the germans began to take control of the city and requisition, its hotels hipolito had to quickly come up with a plan to save his establishment. so hickey's is a nazi's requisition to small, medium, and large hotels. and according to the here are key of the troops who were to be lodged there. whether they were officers or soldier, mosquitoes, cinemas were reserved for them. and for delta til, and all the signage was in germany, this young, it'll then moon ah,
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ah. and roughly the same spot where the hotel bar now stands, if only jammy built his famous air raid shelter. it was his 8th and the whole. no other hotel could offer its guests such a sense of security. as germany had not yet declared war on the united states, keep ali jamie took a big gamble, muscular tribute sorted. mister, i think he realized very quickly that history was sealing the fate of paris and with it that of his business helpers. and of course, he had this famous air raid shelter visitor, so he went to see the american ambassador in paris, city of monterey police, asked him to tell all his compatriots, or at least his diplomats in paris that they should come and stay here driven. so that this place would remain almost neutral as far as that was possible at the time . well it was, you stick english whiskey prevail, coy 12 his yearbook. so american diplomats settled in at lebel,
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his dog. although the embassy had previously dealt with the outside of the crayon, the americans were swayed by the air raid shelter, as well as the fact that people eat, let the embassy staff have the rooms for free. that proved to be another clever move on his part. after american ambassador william berlin and his entourage moved in liberty stole was not only protected from being seized by the germans. it was also fully booked for the 1st time in years. the hotel was the site of secret political meetings, as well as a place where ordinary visitors from around the world could still find accommodation in wartime government. but our view like glucose, my father had this agreement with the american ambassador. it was considered to be a us hotel. as a result, it was never closed. i may say it was open to parisians with 40 to every potty,
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m. m. in spite of all the restrictions the police stole was flourishing again. the only hotel in the city to do so many jewish citizens were already fleeing from the nazis. for some of them liberally stole became a place of refuge. together with her aid organization and morgan, the daughter of famous american banker, j. p. morgan arranged lodgings at the hotel for numerous jews from 1940 to 41. they were later evacuated to the u. s. but equally jamie also secretly stowed away another jewish citizen. his name was leo. lemme roof issue. the jew, he hid was his architect law, monsieur. laugh mon cache fe, created the new restaurant that still exists to day on abbey. did i was you lamb on
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lived in room one o 6 for the entire duration of the wall. a don't forget, he sent his family for his children to switzerland. all settled. he was the only one in his family who stayed in paris can won't go here. my father put him up and paid him. it was a full time employee apprentice. the elevator is wrought, iron grille is the work of leo. lemme as are many other features still in existence at the bestowed today for a full 4 years left mall lived in hiding here and during this time he renovated a large part of the hotel system. he was an extraordinary man, even today, you can't walk through this hotel without mentioning him, body dri, though, left em all, himself had to keep his wanderings here to
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a minimum. ah, let me just explain to you how you probably started melanie acre dork is the funniest thing is that he kept on working for la bristol just at night where you like. so he walked through the hallways at night. he designed the rod iron grille on the bristol's elevator during this time. i left and like at the end of the more he left the hotel as a free man. lima ah ah. laughed mall renovated 50 rooms during his years at the boys doll. it's a lumped yep. amo tick up. apparently he was a man who could walk into an existing room and in the blink of an eye,
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you just what could be done to make it even more pleasant? self was keep away yet fe book is rochel preserved. m right under the noses of the german occupiers and other guests. he bravely and secretly supervised the renovations from his hotel room. but a book usually package or such back there was no one was to know he was there because little indiscretions are quickly committed. people are only human off to roll their eyes, but misuse. ja even made his room number disappear, entirely fridge, so that in people's minds, this room didn't even exist. room one or 6, you know, there's room one or 5, but one or 6 doesn't exist to. so slight greenwich associates on easter, but it's not known what happened to leo lamar after the war and he, bali, jamie never breathed a word about this incredible story of bhaskar pool,
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havoc line. i think that for him to have taken the risky because it was a risk for which mistesia man could have paid a heavy price a shelf. they must have been more than casual acquaintances. hospice got them over time, they became quite quilts hush yet, e capital q you understood in cases like this of french people who saved on the french julie. we call this micro history e at around bothered mccoys to out, but i think these little stories go skip this hotel if history and humanity, but onions twice in humanity, urged moscow. i think we also have a need to show that such cases of solidarity exist if you know, mandatory data that this hotel site demands long enough m. yeah, this will the unknown ah. when the united states entered the war in december 1941, the situation changed yet again, for equally jammy and his hotel to the police stole which had previously
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been neutral territory, now catered to the german embassies guests. so after the war, hipolito was accused of collaborating with the nazis as he was under the command of the chief of protocol of the german embassy in paris fits bobo, errors occur. your philosophy are dull. he lavetia for a time he had to work together with this chief of protocol from the german embassy in paris, who was visibly very harsh old you, even in his contact with a bully, jam age. i am unfortunately observe as didn't catch on to that right away, which you can understand at such an overwhelming time, oscar shortly book, etc. i can only imagine that this kind of interaction in a hotel that was supposedly a hotel for diplomats neutral, protected quiet would raise lots and lots of questions. she's a book a book, but afterwards it turned out the person in question was
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a double agent. i believe he absorbed, did he know bordeaux was a german who spied for the french. the police. jamie kept his silence. even though he could have cleared his name, his discretion applied to every one. he monday above was seaman the bill while lived in the hotel during the war. though he say t the ritz is associated with personalities like coco chanel. jo lived there for 30 years with cluzee tub. it's similar with other hotels, salvatore. then with lendlease it, salvador dali, locally started to my knowledge. the bristol never used artists, intellectuals or painters easy to draw attention to itself and nothing ever stuck. neither talk of collaboration. no, i quit stories about it and people ha, ha. what ccd struck socratic, maybe because it's such a discreet place that asks if you're a youth with his kind, ah,
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and those who are very discreet, leave, no traces behind. ah, as the end of the 2nd world war, drew closer, origins longed for peace. ah . and on august 25th 1944. their wish was granted with the liberation of paris.
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ah, by this time equal need, jamie had skilfully guided his hotel through 20 to moultrie his years of history in the making. and in the final hours of the german occupation, he even helped to alter the course of history. mm mm. oh, hitler's order to completely destroy paris was not executed in the end. and le blessed all played a part in this in exchange for sparing the city, $150.00 german officers wives were hidden from the french resistance at liberty stole for a night and smuggled out of paris unharmed lou, the man responsible for cutting the deal was swedish consul general, how would nordland, who knew he believed jimmy and liberty stole very well her
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awe. today, the hotel's role in this story is hardly known. liberty stole has never boasted about this part of its history. it's focus remains on being the ideal luxury hotel . but leo, lemme off the jewish architect who found refuge here, left his mark on the bristo's restaurant in 1940 the hotels coal store was located here. the room was badly damaged. that among covered the walls of the oval shaped room with light colored wood. he swapped the art deco furnishings for fine 18th century style furniture, giving the room a sense of elegance warm from the intimacy of the and distinction chef and inc. threshold has made the bestows epicure restaurants into a culinary temple,
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which holds 3 michelin stars level. there of a, like a do the m a home. it was all every day table reservations are discussed in the restaurant is always fully booked up with a who's coming. are they v i piece with you talk only, fucking every did a use you know. so the wait staff try out the new dishes on the menu, they must know exactly what they're serving and how it tastes a fish. i repeat is your name with the you them to put a lot. the wine selection must also be perfect. the sommelier coordinates it with the shaft and the restaurant manager, hipolito, jamie was the only hotel owner in paris who remained lord of his castle throughout the war. in the postwar period,
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the hotels exceptionally good condition which owed much to leo lem all lead the french foreign ministry to officially designate liberty stole as the place to stay . when ambassadors and accredited diplomats visited the french capital, paris was once again a major player on the international political stage. and visiting world leaders also needed hotel rooms. in west german chancellor convent arden, our austin, stayed at liberty stole. and it was here that he and french president child the goal, hammered out the final details of the alizae treaty. the friendship treaty between france and west germany. chicago did reach louis. so i think from the start of chancellor, i dunno. i had an apartment here. it's like almost from the time he started coming to paris regularly could rebuff as though he didn't always physically occupy a prayer. and after that, it was standard practice for old jim and chancellors to have an apartment in paris
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. they didn't have to register or ask the ambassador to prepare for their arrival mold, and he was like, they were at home, the clip out he'd ever nurse to come see the dishes blue. in his day, he bullied janay met many great statesman, including then u. s. president harry truman liberally stone was now a true luxury class hotel. even today politicians, including german chancellor anglo mce, appreciate its relative seclusion. lou foster literally selectively. dal you talk low club? i think le bristow has always been a meeting place for the powerful he is due till its proximity to the alyssa palace, usually interior ministry peak. so the political world has always been here to her the business world as well, mob to school because business men meet politicians in places of power. well,
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i pledged you and a lot of galleries have set up shop nearby. i still don't, he's on the home. ah one morning and may 1964 equally jammy unexpectedly collapsed on the sidewalk. 2 days later, after suffering a heart attack and a stroke, he died from then on his eldest son, pierre ran the family business. ah, yeah, the young rebel became pierre, the hotel manager and husband for la buffy stole. he flew around the world like his father before him. pierre shamay met with the peas. like then future french president jacques, she hoc. but what, what a luxury hotel be without a truly romantic love story. ah,
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after pierre divorce from his 1st wife, heidi entered his life. the young german woman was looking for a job. ah, i left on the 19th and i wasn't even of age. you only were 21 back then. uh huh. and pain to paris on frontal has a vacant did not police. it was a 22 hour train trip to travel from berlin to paris, guardian valley to long enough to fly to america 3 times today. ah, blue and leash and chung. when he finally received me, it took just half an hour to study and i was hired of ice and you said, as of this kink, i told went quite fast as possible as possible. he done him up. no, you can't do that here. and what do you want to do now? god said, i don't care. tell me what you want me to do with us longer. and that was he to ha, do you have room knowing then you'll get one. dinna except euro in half now i was
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out the de alotted. ah, back then pierre shamay was twice heidi's age but that proved no obstacle. it was love at 1st sight to lake. oh. how sweet? ah couple married in 1966. ah, 3 years later, their daughter was born. ah, the family enjoyed living in the hotel. they received the guests and represented and carried on equally janae's legacy. i thought was a puzzling. it was our passion to say, i have just simply the nicest thing in the world as the gift of it. the air and heidi continued to run the hotel through the 19 sixties and seventies back then strict codes of conduct were still in place at luxury hotels you heard nice name is
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and we actually wanted more of a quiet clientele. oh we did had that is but not like they have today. and im steve, you heard them and he was all still a little old fashioned as good for example. no man could enter the restaurant. i was out wearing a tie of the day that some thinkable for guests later liberally stole got its own hair salon. and last but not least, something he bully gia, had always rejected out of hand. an in house bar. i won't further show it shook he altered my father with his diplomatic tea on towel. did not want a bar in the bristol. we could you thought he was afraid that streetwalkers would come into the hotel vin for rude boys. so i opened the bah, who farrah? hm. mo, i,
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in 1975 josephine baker, celebrated her 50th stage anniversary in paris. 250 invited guests came to liberty stove to join in the revelry with the legendary american born performer who found fame in france. not y. oh, so he mo, sold a city coffee harvey. who do you josephine baker also celebrated the last evening of her life. here it was the last big soiree presided over by the shamay family lady lou, calling of her del, had you need your living vicar, we held the last enough josephine baker who died the next day. i right don't have a camera, a funeral was held at. lemme delane gizzard of and then oh, no fool. we had lots and lots of artists. she's so actress. cecilia saw her,
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came down the stairs and ask it, i look good doing that. i shall do. 03. 0, lots of art. it was asti, so she liber he stole now, boasts one of the largest hotel, wine sellers in france. almost 100000 bottles are stored here. 85 percent of them are french wines. some 15 years ago, liberally stole began producing its own house wine and has a mast quite a collection. so marie bow now never always finds just the right vintage to go with every meal served at the epicure restaurant. even equally janay wasn't averse to a glass or 2 and are even gum. we started them, of course la. best all had a wine cellar bag then though it didn't have as many bottles. so you'd actually,
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we've been lucky enough to acquire a large number of bottles, didn't, wasn't, and through the great efforts of the shaft, the, the restaurant was awarded with the 1st to them 3 michelin stars it on me. so we've really expanded our wine cellar because the demand is that like clients who come to eat lunch or dinner at a 3 star restaurant in our connoisseurs, when it comes to wine and gastronomy. so we must respond to that demand. and that's what we've done. school ownership almost a century has passed since liberty stole 1st opened its doors in 1978, the shamay family sold the hotel. in addition to pierre, the managing director, hipolito had 9 other children who stood to inherit their share. today, liberty stole is a 5 star palace hotel. the highest hotel classification that exists in france. it's
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managed to retain its original character, discrete, unobtrusive and laid back while moving with the times his lever readings, half the vault, young food, well which as you can see now i'm the 1st female head concierge of the parisian palace hotel e with the bat at the stars, this was mainly a man's profession. wow. why? because concierge has used to work their way up from being caught is malaise or bell boys or smell and back then they had to carry heavy loads. not the small, ultra light suitcases we have today. so said more lee, so they were essentially all men getting better, which you and then they had to park nice cars, lisa, which was also mailed a man the gun. but today there are schools which let young people young women trained to be conscientious and unable to enter this profession. only to sonya papa is duties as concierge differ considerably from those of her predecessors. where did he, sir? not exist?
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dead the dead. maybe there was a telephone in the beginning, it may be not so like grandkids, fax machines and telecom. if she can't overlay communication was very different back then human quinette were back on you, me. and when you wanted to make a reservation at the restaurant, you had to know the phone number by heart had the right contact secure were medical looking seizure. well, i've been told that when they left, an establishment, concierge has sold that address books. ivona said they sold their positions with all the contacts that applied as a concierge of nip on. last one experienced the go, sales are now with the new social networks and the internet with our clients can get only information. they want to your plan, what, what is off on a 20 so our profession has changed entirely, as the clients are already expert. luciano in these that ill really know what they want to do, as soon as they arrive at the hotel, or, and with their, let's keep the fair. ah, lebanese doll is open to wall, yet retains an air of mystery. woody allen shot his fell midnight in paris here and
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ala stairs, like leonardo dicaprio, our regular guests who can come and go virtually unnoticed when they do need. but we've added a touch of glamour to la bristol, in recent years, altitude before things here were more masculine. ha deep lads, businessman high finance, full t as. and now we have given it a bit of glamour, with the cinema to lambert, while remaining, very discreet. and he thought i just saw of year i sit, i spare it all, comes back to that aspect of being safe of being sheltered from everything. if you, even if you do something terrible glossy, even if you leave here thinking you should never have done it, what happens here stays here. so the word will never get out of this. it says it says i spoke to send this aspect of silence, which we called discretion is something that has always characterized us is and
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