Ideally located few steps away from the Champs-Elysees and the Arc de Triomphe, the Raphael Hotel is a peaceful haven on the Avenue Kleber. Each room and suite provide a magical blend of traditional modernity and sumptuous, welcoming simplicity. Business people, political leaders, show-biz entertainers, literary figures and other discerning guests all choose to stay at this beautiful property. Business facilities Audio/Visual Equipment Banqueting Centre Internet Business Centre Business facilities Conference Centre Conference Rooms Courier services Digital Lines Executive lounge Fax Fax service Flipchart Computer in room Meeting Rooms Modem Access Overhead projector PC for Guests Photocopying Printer Private sun terraces Secreterial Service slide projector sound equipment translation services TV video conferencing ADSL internet Children facilities Babysitting Cot on request Hotel facilities 24 hour security Room Service Air Conditioning Air-conditioning in public areas airport shuttle service (on request)* Elevator/Lift Express check-in/check-out Free newspaper
Located in an extremely upscale neighborhood, the Hotel Ritz Paris also places guests within easy walking distance of some of the most popular attractions and destinations of the city. The shopping of the Galeries Lafayette, the art of the Louvre, and the history and sightseeing of the Champs-Elysees are all within 1 mile of the grounds. All of the bedrooms in the Hotel Ritz Paris are outfitted with high-speed Internet access, a personal safe, climate controls, satellite TV, a full-sized bathroom with tub, wake up services, a hair dryer, and room service. Visitors to the hotel will be able to rely on the many amenities which include 24-hour front desk service, child care options, a business service center, meeting and conference rooms, a modern fitness room, and the Chanel spa, the first in the world.
The luxury boutique Hotel Montalembert is ideally situated in the heart of Saint Germain-des-pres in the famous Left Bank. It was the first "boutique" hotel to open in Paris 25 years ago, though first built in 1926. Its 50 rooms and 10 suites has just had a "reawakening" by architect decorator Pascal Allaman. Located in a very charming street just near rue du Bac, a street that is lined with several of the city's best pastry shops, guests will enjoy staying in this fashionable district of Paris. The Musee d'Orsay is a few minutes'walk away. The newly renovated hotel with modern tones is housed in an 8 storey traditionally Parisian building. Large windows render the rooms luminous and welcoming with a few affording straight views onto the Eiffel Tower. This charming hotel was first built in 1926 and offers guests an intimate and warm atmosphere.
There are those rare hoteliers that get it just right. Because getting it just right in the hospitality industry is an art. It starts with the location and extends to the finest details like fresh flowers and a welcoming hello. This little 97-room hotel gets things right. Just off the fashion runway-like rue St. Honoré and a hop-skip away from the Jardins des Tuileries and Place Vendôme, you are in the sweet spot of Paris. Add to this the upbeat Renaissance vibe, the Bar Chinois, a sauna/steam room/swimming pool in the natural-lit basement and things just keep getting better. Most rooms here are quite spacious, with a few master-bedroom/adjoining sitting-room suites. Local artists are invited, on a rotating basis, to decorate these suites with their artworks, lending a curated personal touch. Bulgari luxury amenities and full American breakfast complete the picture for this friendly, upbeat Paris home away from home.
Chantilly has more than just cream, lace and famous castles, it also has this sumptuous five-star Luxury hotel that pampers, soothes and cocoons. Gracious service, warm and friendly staff and now a 1-star Michelin restaurant helmed by Chef Clement Leroy, this Auberge is where you come when you are ready to reward yourself. An American president famously once said to his French hosts, "Why have you taken me to Versailles 7 times and Chantilly only once?" After visiting here, you will no doubt share these sentiments. This hotel fronts right up against the famous Chateau Chantilly grounds, giving its guests the genuine feeling that you are waking up from your peaceful slumber in a French manor. Nothing has been spared here, from Pierre Frey interior textiles, to the Valmont Spa complete with swimming pool and jacuzzi and now the Michelin-starred restaurant. But most importantly here, the warm and welcoming staff.
Nestled in the trendy Marais district of Paris, nearPlace des Vosges square, the New Boutique Hotel du Petit Moulin is quite a unique Paris venue. When booking a stay at the hip 4-star Paris Hotel signed Christian Lacroix guests will literally live inside a work of Art and have an easy access to both Picasso and Carnavalet museums, as well as the fashion boutiques, restaurants, cafes and theaters of the vibrant 3rd arrondissement of Paris. Behind the historic facade of what used to be Paris' oldest bakery shop, the new fashionable Art Hotel du Petit Moulin is an inspirational collage of Old World charm and smart, eclectic interior design, offering world-class services and amenities in the heart of the City of Lights. Treat yourself to the appeal and luxury of one of its 17 guest rooms, each one reflecting a specific aspect or period of the Marais district, altogether grand, historic, hip and slightly decadent. An invitation to a time travel, a journey in your Paris journey. And after a long day's visiting Beaubourg or strolling along the Seine banks, come and unwind at the Bar, with genuine Parisian flair.
This 5* property is housed in a former bank just steps from Paris Opéra Garnier and chic luxury shopping district. A perfection of discretion, its exterior whispers not a word of the opulence of its gilted interior decor and the original glass cupola that crowns the majestic lobby. The Madrid-based family who owns this Derby Collection of luxury hotels, are art aficionados. So, throughout the hotel you will find a priceless collection of historical jewelry artifacts from diverse cultures: Roman, Buddhist, pre-Columbian, Egyptian and African. The original mosaic-tiled floor and the ornate marble throughout the structure have been preserved during the renovation from bank to luxury hotel as has the authentic wooden-elevator. A spa with steamroom and sauna is available on the 2nd floor and breakfast served, with complimentary Cava, daily. Leather couches in superior suites, jacuzzi baths, complimentary wine all add that extra-bit. Restaurant and bar are also on-premise.
A dedicated butler sees to your every whim, round-the-clock, from the moment you check-in. Amenities also include one of Paris's largest hotel swimming pools, which adjoins the one-of-a-kind Shiseido USpa. Upon arrival, children are gifted a treasure map to search for the hotel's mascot, a ladybug (which, everyone knows, brings good luck). Dignified Luxury. This term refers to Fouquet's Leading Green Certification ethics and its philosophy that the environment need not be abandoned in the quest for luxury. Step foot inside this historical icon located where the Avenue George V meets the Champs-Elysées and you would never guess that the sumptuous gold-and-velvet Jacques Garcia designs surrounding you are sustainably certified. Fouquet's is synonymous with French film stars. Each year the winners of the Cesar's, France's "Oscar's", are féted here with a gala dinner. But back in horse-and-buggy days, it was simply the chosen watering hole of the Champs-Elysées carriage drivers.
This is Paris' newest Palace hotel and one that stands fully apart from the others. When you're looking for a notch above 5-star, real luxury connoisseurs know to seek out a Parisian palace hotel. Until now, the properties in that class were all big, opulent, 100-room+ hotels. But La Reserve Hotel & Spa has now just changed all that. Opulent, yes, every inch. But it's also on the side of warm, cozy, boutique and ever so exclusive. The on-site restaurant is the restaurant awarded 2 Michelin stars this past year. And now with a new GM, famous among the world's VIP jetsetters for knowing them all on a first name basis, the property has that personal, je ne sais quoi French touch that's befitting of a Michel Reybier La Reserve property. Interior design is by Jacques Garcia and in addition to the bar and restaurant, the spa is top-shelf, too.
East meets Europe at the Mandarin Oriental, Paris - one of the palace luxury hotels in Paris ideally situated from the city's best fashion houses on the rue Saint-Honore. 99 rooms and 39 suites are perfect for those seeking ample space, and a chic, modern style with an Oriental and Art Deco flair. Savor haute cusiine by Chef Thierry Marx (2*)at Sur Mesure or out on the inner courtyard terrace of Camelia for a memorable dining experience especially in the summer months. The sophisticated setting of Bar 8 is one of the most intimate places to enjoy refined cocktails. After browsing the streets of Paris, you can indulge at the tempting Cake Shop for some of the most delicious pastries in the city. The two-story spa, one of the largest in Paris, is a sanctuary complete with an inviting pool and outstanding signature treatments and spa therapies.