Palatial quarters, the most remarkable gastronomy and divine spas are some of the things you can expect from the astonishing Paris luxury hotels.
There are countless luxury hotels in the city of lights but we have rounded up the best fo you know where to stay the next time you’re in Paris.
In Paris, you can find a bit of everything, from five-star prestigious hotels to hotels that could pass as palaces. We are talking about the best of luxury hotels so you can expect these gems to be in divine locations, close to the Eiffel Tower, right in the Champs-Élysées and in the proximities of the Louvre.
If you’re going to Maison & Objet and are looking for a great place to stay check out these wonderful luxury hotels in Paris.
Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris
This hotel might just be one of the most luxurious on the list. It’s one of those that could totally pass as a palace. Situated in the Champs-Elysées golden triangle, with plenty of high-end stores nearby the hotel suites are incredible an all decorated in various historic styles. And have we mentioned the three restaurants which hold Michelin stars?
Le Bristol is one of the long-established hotels in Paris. The bedrooms are stunning and very feminine, with floral fabrics, classic chandeliers, and Regency-style furniture. Besides the hotel offers great amenities with an exquisite restaurant, a spa, an indoor rooftop pool and inner courtyards that are soundproof.
The Ritz Paris is one of the best hotels in the world. It opened back in 1898 and it still keeps many of its original features. The hotel has 142 rooms and suites decorated with the most luxurious furniture and lighting, you can expect to see many magnificent chandeliers.
Hotel Plaza Athenee
This Hotel is the epitome of luxury! Located in one of the most fashionable streets in Paris. The Alain Ducasse restaurant showcases silver banquettes and shimmering crystal-drop chandeliers. It’s just pure luxury and on the top, you can get clear views of the Eiffel Tower.
The Peninsula Paris
A lavish hotel located in the heart of Paris. It’ beautifully decorated but it seems to hark back more to 1930s Shanghai than Paris. It’s probably the place where celebrities stay, as the hotel offers a “valet box” hatch for those who want to avoid the spotlight.
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