*Rococo Revisited
Hôtel Le Marois — in Paris, France.
Musée Jacquemart André, Paris
Hôtel de Besenval  (or else Hôtel Chanac de Pompadour), edited in 1704 by architect Pierre-Alexis Delamair and renoved by architect Alexandre-Théodore Brongniart in 1767 for Pierre Victor de Besenval de Brünstatt:  a pool was designed dedicated to the water nymphs, decorated by the sculptor Clodion. (Statues and reliefs are now at the Louvre museum). Original Louis XVI furniture.
Located in the rue de Grenelle, at the Invalides district, it is the residence of the Ambassador of Switzerland since 1938. 
(note: the title ‘Hôtel’ or ‘Hôtel particulier’ means that these building were luxurious Parisian townhouses, small private palaces, not hotels)
Tiepolo fresco by the staircase
Jacquemart-André Museum on boulevard Haussmann, Paris.  The beautiful “hôtel particulier”  (private mansion) was home to Nélie Jacquemart and Edouard André, after their marriage in the late 19th century. 
Hôtel de Camondo
Hôtel de Béarn,  Paris
La galerie dorée - l’hôtel de La Vrillière
L’Hôtel Particulier, exhibition at Paris, Cité de l’architecture & du patrimoine
L’Hôtel Particulier, is NOT a hotel nor a particular type of hotel.  It is a French term that describes a Mansion or a Town House.  The Parisian mansion made its first appearance in the Middle Ages and became popular in the 16th century thanks to François I.  The last of the mansions were built in between the two World Wars which ended its golden age in four centuries.  Most of the mansions that still exist today in Paris are mainly used as museums, embassies or ministries.  This exhibition aims to explore its history and let visitors discover the secrets of these impressive Parisian town houses. The exhibition will end on February 19th, 2012, and if the gold French style is your style, this is definitely the place to enjoy.
Hôtel de Guines Courbevoie, époque Louis XVI.