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Private Pre-Registration

Sunday, October 27 - Wednesday, October 30, 2024

Come and celebrate a decade of The Inner Circle Experience in Paris ICE2024. 
The most epic ICE Ever.

We look forward to welcoming you to Paris, the city of lights, next year.

With much love,
Sade Awe

Mangez bien, riez souvent, aimez beaucoup.

Limited availability due to the exclusive experiences planned!

Please contact Curt Buckmire with any questions directly at


Experience Expenditure Registration Cost
Experience Expenditure Cost for ICE24 Paris is $9,100 USD.  This does not include your travel and accommodations. The ICE registration fee takes care of all hosted food, experiences, dinners for four nights and three days.


Further and full details will be shared with our registered participants.

*Please note: ICE24 Paris is non-refundable, but transferrable to another person for the same ICE event.

**No discounts are offered due to the limited number and exclusiveness of this event.


Hôtel de Crillon is more than just one of the world’s most majestic hotels. It is a historic landmark that personifies the poise, elegance and spirit of Paris.

Originally built in 1758, Hôtel de Crillon enjoys an unrivalled position overlooking Place de la Concorde. The legendary palace offers a refined and illustrious history, encapsulating the very best France has to offer.

With its perfectly proportioned Neoclassical façade and architecture, the hotel was designed to captivate. It has dazzled generations of visitors and played host to some of history’s greatest events. The building has stood through the reigns of two French kings, the French Revolution, the rise and fall of the Napoleonic Empire and the birth of the League of Nations.

In 1758, King Louis XV commissioned the greatest architect of his day, Ange-Jacques Gabriel, to build twin structures overlooking Place de la Concorde. The result was a masterpiece of 18th-century architecture. Behind one of the façades rose a sumptuous private residence decorated by the era’s finest artists and craftsmen. Such are the origins of Hôtel de Crillon, created to host the world’s great ambassadors. Long owned by the illustrious family of the Counts of Crillon, this private mansion was transformed into a luxury palace hotel in 1909 under the impulse of architect Walter-André Destailleur.

Renovating a National Treasure

In March 2013, Hôtel de Crillon closed its doors to embark on a major renovation to further enhance the majesty and elegance of this exceptional establishment, while conserving the spirit of its prestigious 18th-century edifice. Inspired by its glorious history, respectful of its traditions and faithful to its character, the restoration adds a contemporary polish to the hotel.

Under the guidance of renowned architect Richard Martinet, the artistic director Aline Asmar d’Amman and four Paris-based decorators—Chahan Minassian, Cyril Vergniol, Culture in Architecture and Tristan Auer—have created a rich tapestry of sophisticated interiors. The transformed Hôtel de Crillon offers incomparable luxury with eclectic, art-driven spaces that culminate in an emotional crescendo, elegantly expressing the spirit of Paris.

One of the world’s most majestic establishments, Hôtel de Crillon has consistently been recognized by the world’s leading publications and travel magazines.


Hôtel de Crillon's 78 rooms, 36 suites and 10 signature suites embody an expressly Parisian residential style that is equally warm and refined. From Grands Appartements designed by Karl Lagerfeld to residential styled rooms, Rosewood's Paris accommodations offer an incomparable atmosphere of contemporary sophistication that respects the landmark’s 18th-century heritage. The rooms and suites are elegantly decorated with a mix of bespoke furnishings, beautiful antiques and carefully chosen objets d’art that underscore an exceptional attention to detail.

Learn more about Rosewood Hotel de Crillion.

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