There’s something glamorous about hotel bars. Especially in a city like Paris. Take a look at these hotel bars in Paris.
Hotels bars are great for a lot of reasons! They are a great way to relax after a long day of work or strolling around the city and also a great source of inspiration, especially for interiors designers in the hospitality industry.
Paris is home to some of the best hotels in the world, and of course some of the best hotel bars! Take a look at our selection of the finest bars in the city.
Hemingway Bar, Ritz Hotel
Located inside one of the most iconic hotels in the French capital this bar emanates as much history as style! Named after Ernest Hemingway, an American writer who spent a lot of time in the Ritz. Order a dry Martini, as it was Hemingway’s favorite, or the Serendipity, the bar’s most popular drink.
Bar 228, Le Meurice
This hotel bar is right next to one of the best restaurants in Paris. Leather armchairs, dark woods, and the elements give a private club vibe to this lavish bar. If you’re lucky enough at the time of your visit you might catch a pianist playing live. As for the drinks, the most famous one is the Juanito. a classic mojito with a twist.
Library Bar, St-James Paris
The perfect bar for all the book lovers! It’s a classic looking bar where you’ll be enjoying your drinks surrounded by about 12 000 books, including a few rare editions. Located in the Saint-James Paris Hotel, is the West part of the city is a gem that often is overlooked by visitors. Ask for the Southern Bird, a cocktail that mixes unlikely ingredients.
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Le Bar, La Reserve Paris
This red velvet bar located at the luxury hotel-spa La Reserve right in the heart of Paris is a symbol of luxury in the city. It’s both chic and romantic, and therefore a perfect location for grabbing a few drinks. The drinks are varied, from a menu wine to signature cocktails, at the Fizzy Travel or the Reserve Sling
Wine Bar, Grande Pigalle Hotel
And for the fans of wine, a whole bar dedicated to this drink in one of the nicest hotels in Paris certainly seems like a good idea! With a cozy but modern decor and an extensive list of wines from all over the world, you can also enjoy an Italian lunch or dinner with great Italian dishes by the chef Giovanni Passerini.
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