With incredible views of Rue de la Paix and within walking distance of Place Vendôme and Opéra Garnier, the location is a shopper's paradise. Stylish rooms are sophisticated in design with every modern convenience. The hotel showcases world-class art worthy of museums. One Michelin star Pur' restaurant at Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme offers a popular Chef's Table, overlooking the open kitchen and complete with "Grande Cuvée" and "Krug Vintage" champagnes. For more casual dining, Les Orchidées is the place to enjoy a business breakfast or intimate lunch. Hide away at Le Bar and savor original cocktails by one of the cool mixologists. For the ultimate in pampering, those in the know check into the hotel's Créme de la Mer spa in Paris to renew and restore.
Recommended for Luxury Hotels because: The hotel is also well-suited for both the leisure and business traveler with every service and amenity worhty of a Palace available.
This brand new hotel has combined the best of authentic Paris and made it even better. Owned by an independent hotelier â" a rarity these days in Paris â" this entrepreneur had the foresight to combine his three beloved boutique hotels that graced a whole corner of this most luxurious of Paris neighborhoods, and join them together. VoilÃ , Le Saint. The hallmarks of the previous hotels (Le St. Vincent, the Lennox and St. Thomas d'Aquin) were the spacious comfort of the rooms and the relaxed, welcoming atmosphere that greeted you. Le Saint has embodied all of this and more. Now you have exactly those elements in an even more upscale, refreshed and refined setting. And the three previous hotels now interconnect, to become one. To have this amount of space, yet to retain the homey, first-name basis greetings from the staff, is something unique, even here in Paris.
Recommended for Luxury Hotels because: This hotel is not trying to be a palace nor is it desiring to be a boutique hotel. Rather, it is Le Saint.
Situated near the business district of the city, the Hotel Napoleon Paris is close to such attractions as Le Defense, the Eiffel Tower, the opera house, the Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre Museum, and Champs Elysees. Other area attractions near this accommodation in Paris include the Paris Convention Center and Avenue Montaigne. Guests will find that the one hundred and two rooms of the Hotel Napoleon Paris include a combination of French Napoleonic style and modern accommodation. The amenities offered in the guestrooms include air-conditioning, soundproof windows, private marble bathrooms with bathrobes and hairdryers, flat screen satellite television, in-room safes, and minibars as well as balconies. The hotel includes modern amenities set in an Art Deco and Napoleonic style. Guests will find that the array of amenities offered by the Hotel Napoleon Paris include a restaurant, a bar, a concierge, wireless Internet access, and a 24-hour reception.
Recommended for Luxury Hotels because: This privately owned 5-star-luxury hotel just steps from the Etoile has undergone a tip-to-toe renovation. Everything is so new, the paint still smells fresh.
When you think of Paris, do you think of shopping? Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Valentino…if those names excite you, you'll want to head straight to Paris' iconic street, Avenue des Champs-Elysees. Staying in luxury in the stately buildings of the tree-lined street amidst some of the most famous brands in the world can be done at the Marriott Champs-Elysees. As the only five-star hotel located right on the Champs-Elysees, you'll park your shopping bags in a luxurious room appointed with modern amenities. Staying on the Champs-Elysees also puts you in close proximity to famous Paris sights, such as the Arc de Triomphe, the Grand Palais, Place de la Concorde, the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre museum. This is where to be on 14 Juillet when the glass-domed atrium that covers the hotel lobby is opened up and you can watch the French Air Force planes doing their aerial salute overhead.
Recommended for Luxury Hotels because: This building once belonged to Louis Vuitton and its sky high, glass-domed atrium has been kept in tact. Suites offer views onto the Eiffel Tower.
A Grande Dame of a hotel that lends the grace of her presence to the Place des Pyramides, a square adorned by the golden Jeanne d'Arc statue, the Regina has been fully restored to all her glory. This is a gracious hotel that retains her sense of being from a different era even after its 2014 renovations. The lily pad green porcelain ornamental tiling, an historic detailing on the upper floors, has been re-lustered but otherwise untouched. Charming is the old wooden entrance way which gives you that You're in Paris Now ! welcome as you arrive into the hotel's splendor. Its location across the street from the Louvre and the Tuileries affords unparalleled views from the upper corner floors onto the Eiffel Tower. The English Bar off the lobby is cozy and the breakfast room, with its bright-colored accents, a charming contrast to this very dignified, old-world luxury hotel.
Recommended for Luxury Hotels because: This hotel appeals to those whose tastes run toward the classic French style and who also like to be in the center of things.
Just steps from the celebrated Champs-Elysees, and just around the corner from the Triangle d'Or, the Hotel Lancaster's sandstone facade stands proudly on Rue de Berri in the 8th arrondissement of Paris. Its neighbourhood is easily accessed by foot: the prestigious Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honore, the Place de l'Etoile, and the Place de la Concorde. The Eiffel Tower and the Jardin des Tuileries are only 15 minutes away by public transport and is a 20 minute ride to the Louvre Museum. The interior courtyard of the former mansion is now a peaceful courtyard garden, where tradition meets contemporary minimalism. A refreshing green oasis inspired by Asian and European sensibilities. Its modest proportions only enhance the effect. A place of serenity and calm in the heart of the capital. An authentic 'home away from home' that inspires peace and harmony.
Recommended for Luxury Hotels because: The Hotel Lancaster is a luxurious hideaway, constructed in a 19th-century private mansion. It's an intimate address, with the feel of an elegant private residence.
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/steamroom/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.
Recommended for Luxury Hotels because: Cloud-like comfort beds and aromatherapy steam-showers give the property that extra bit of a feminine touch. Its sweet spot central location is also a winner.
This is one of the most ancient, historical luxury hotels not just in France, but in the world. Built first under King Louis XV's patronage in 1758, it was inaugurated as a luxury hotel, now a palace, in 1909. It is the only hotel that graces the Place de la Concorde. Over the past century, celebrated couples have sojourned here: William Randolph Hearst with Marion Davies and Douglas Fairbanks honeymooned here with his Mary Pickford, who famously waved from their balcony overlooking the Place. Staying at the Hotel de Crillon, now a Rosewood Hotels property, will mark a page in your Life's Best Moments book. But even having a drink on the newly opened Concorde Terrasse, at the iconic Les Ambassadeurs, or having your nails and hair done or a facial/massage for two at the Sense Spa with Sisley products is assured to be the highlight of any Paris vacation.
Recommended for Luxury Hotels because: This magnificent property, dating back to before Marie Antoinette's time, is the crowning jewel of Parisian luxury hotels.
Four Seasons Hotel George V is an iconic luxury hotel just off the Champs-Elysées built in 1928 offering one of the most luxurious experiences in Paris. 244 guest rooms and suites are classically elegant and for the ultimate in luxury, book one of the breathtaking Terraced Rooms with their incredible views of the Golden Triangle and Paris' most famous monuments. From chocolate treatments to jetlag recovery therapies, the spa is the place to journey into total relaxation. The two-Michelin-star Le Cinq is one of the most coveted hotel restaurants in Paris where guests dine on French cuisine overlooking the hotel's beautiful courtyard. The spectacular floral displays throughout the hotel are simply breathtaking.
Recommended for Luxury Hotels because: Guests of the Four Seasons Hotel George V feel every bit like royalty while there because of its notorious grand décor and incredible cuisine.
he vision here is one where luxury, simplicity excellence and discretion replace ostentation. If privileged lifestyle perks up your ears then La Réserve is where you will find a new approach to impeccable taste and flawless service. Ten apartments ranging from 150M2 to 300M2 (1620 sq. ft. to 3230 sq. ft.) are available to welcome you. Several of the apartment units in this Hotel Apartment are duplexes, a couple are triplexes, several offer private gardens and most have verandas for outdoor dining or to enjoy an aperitif at sunset while overlooking one of the world's most beautiful monuments, the Eiffel Tower. Each apartment comes with select services and are designed to cater to everyone's inner VIP. There is a housekeeper available to tend to the day's tediums. Units have WiFi, TVs, fully-equipped kitchens, all linens, even small offices with a printer.
Recommended for Luxury Hotels because: La Réserve Paris is far from the typical serviced apartments, proud to position itself as the ultimate alternative to a suite in a Palace.