Still don’t know where to stay during Maison et Objet Paris? We in Luxxu selected some of the most luxurious possibilities of the city of light. These are hotels that add the best of comfort, charm and magic that is intrinsic to the French capital. Discover some of the best Parisian luxury hotels and book your royalty stay.
Le Meurice stands out among the Paris palaces with its prime position on arcaded rue de Rivoli, just minutes from the Louvre. Past guests, who included Salvador Dali, and superb staff get the right balance between obsequious and witty. Rooms are awash with pastel-toned satin and Louis XVI chairs.
The Molitor is as close as you get to a resort hotel in Paris: the legendary Art Deco swimming pool was reborn as a hotel and sports club after 20 years of abandon. Stained glass sporting scenes have been restored, alongside memories of graffiti artist squatters, and stylish bedrooms replace the changing cubicles.
Expect guests that don’t blanch at suites that cost four figures a night at La Reserve: Parisians from the surrounding eighth arrondissement; politicians from the neighbouring Elysée Palace; fans of other properties belonging to the multi-millionaire owner Michel Reybier, and of the anti-aging Nescens spa treatments.
A Hong Kong vision of Parisian luxury, lavishly redone with vast corridors, a reception dripping with glass leaves, panelled bar and meticulously restored rococo salon. A Chinese restaurant contrasts with a rooftop French restaurant and terrace. The 200 rooms, combining comfort and technology, are very spacious.
One of the best joints in town. A long-established and distinguished hotel in one of the city’s most fashionable streets with excellent service. Don’t miss the absolutely top-notch restaurant Epicure. There’s also a spa and indoor roof-top pool.
Le Prince de Galles
A smart, compact, and extremely stylish 1920s hotel on Avenue George V, in the heart of the 8e designer district. The spirit of its original Art Deco design has been captured throughout, from the mosaic floor of Les Heures bar to the rooms which feature macassar veneer furniture and two-tone patterned carpets.
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