Practicing your profession and passion in a Palace
Welcome to Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, in the heart of Paris of fashion, a stone's throw from the Elysée Palace. It is here, in the mythical Le Bristol Paris, the first hotel to obtain the Palace distinction in 2011, that Eva Demarcq completed her internship at the end of her 3rd year Bachelor of Hotel Management at the Luxury Hotelschool.
“In my eyes, Le Bristol represents French luxury and the art of entertaining. It has an extraordinary charm, because its service combines warmth and great professionalism. Because its restaurants — from the one-Michelin-starred brasserie (114 Faubourg) to the triple starred Epicure — sublimate French flavors and gastronomy. But above all because here, the customer offers himself a rare luxury: to feel as good as at home, in suites with cozy comfort and magical terraces. Not to mention the sublime suspended swimming pool facing the Sacré Coeur and the interior garden, a green treasure offering absolute calm in the center of Paris.”
As a receptionist, Eva particularly appreciates the direct contact with customers. “This position has multiple responsibilities and requires a certain versatility and great responsiveness to customers. Beyond the welcome, I accompany them throughout their stay so that it is unique and in the image of our House. To offer them an extraordinary service and respond to all their requests, I practice my profession with passion and am committed to developing know-how specific to the palace universe.”
“As soon as I arrived, the team integrated me very well, which particularly helped me to strengthen my self-confidence and to be able to be fully autonomous in my work with clients. The relational dimension that we have with our guests is one of the aspects that I like the most. We build a real relationship with them in order to personalize their stay as much as possible.”
“This internship fits perfectly into my curriculum at the Luxury Hotelschool and allows me to put into practice all the teachings and skills that I have been able to acquire during the year. The subjects that we are taught at the hotel school help me enormously during my internship, especially to understand and best meet the expectations of our customers.”