The price of the car also includes admission to the invite-only 2021 Concours d’Elegance Chantilly Arts & Elegance!

Being wealthy definitely has its advantages, and adding to that list is the opportunity to experience one of the finest hotels on the planet before driving off in one of the finest automobiles ever made. Rosewood Hotels & Resorts recently introduced the Rosewood Limited Edition, which consists of 12 unique hotel experiences around the world. Car lovers will appreciate the Va Va Vroom experience that costs $290,000 and includes a bespoke Jaguar E-Type Cabriolet.

Gallery: Paris Hotel Selling Bespoke Jaguar E-Type Convertibles For $290K

Unlike the original E-Type Cabriolet shown above, the Jaguars being sold through this experience will receive custom touches from renowned French interior designer Tristan Auer. Auer is responsible for some of the design elements of Paris' Hôtel de Crillon including a particular Citroën used as the hotel's house car. The Rosewood Limited Edition Jaguars are built in collaboration with luxury brand Loro Piana Interiors allowing customers to personalize their cars with exclusive interior leathers and exterior finishes.

It's hard to imagine that the beautiful E-Type could get any more attractive, but this bespoke makeover should transform this already-desirable car into an absolute work of art. And if you have that kind of money to spend on a luxurious experience, why not continue to enjoy the memory every time you drive the car?

Paris Hotel Selling Bespoke Jaguar E-Type Convertibles For $290K

As nice as a bespoke Jaguar E-Type Cabriolet would be, these cars alone aren't worth almost $300,000. The rest of the cost includes amenities such as a two-night stay at the Hôtel de Crillon in Paris as well as private dining accommodations for 12 at La Cave restaurant. Rounding out the automotive side of this experience, Va Va Vroom also includes entry into the 2021 Concours d’Elegance Chantilly Arts & Elegance – a prestigious, invitation-only collector car event held north of Paris.

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