Looking for a place to stay in Paris that mixes luxury with incredible design and history?
If you’re now getting ready for Equip’Hôtel in Paris from the 11th to the 15th of November, then you’re probably looking for a place to stay. It may not be as easy as you think, considering the amount of incredible hotels all around this magnificent City of Lights, but we have for you today a list of the top luxury hotels in Paris that you’ll immediately fall in love with, if not for its amazing service and comfort, for its stunning design and luxury.
This hotel stands out on its own among the Paris palaces with its prime position on arcaded rue de Rivoli, just minutes from the Louvre. Grand and magnificent, it exudes luxury from every corner. There are chandeliers and marble galore but also a frosted mirror in the entrance hall where guests can doodle or sign their autograph. With stunning presidential suites and an amazing penthouse with a private lift with a 360° view from its rooftop terrace, it’s a must-visit for all the luxury and interior design lovers.
Opened in 1898, this was the most innovative hotel in Paris at the time, the first to have lifts, electricity and private bathrooms. While it’s true that times have changed, the Ritz hotel in Paris is still impressive on its own, with incredible interior design, luxury to its finest, an incredible costumer service and comfort, as well as a modernity to it despite having preserved its period furniture and paintings, preserving along with it a piece of French history. The 142 rooms and suites are crammed with patterned carpets, Empire-style lamps, chandeliers, canopied beds, rococo desks, embossed velvet sofas, and period oil paintings. The perfect place to relax and enjoy design, it’s certainly an unforgettable experience.
In this hotel, you will find a look into French culture and design. Apart from the modern Penthouse Suite and the Imperial Suite, which has nymphs dancing across the bathroom walls, the 81 bedrooms and suites are calmly classical, recalling the French grand lifestyle. The best ones have large terraces with a view of the Eiffel Tower that would surely make anyone fall in love instantly.
Le Bristol is a long-established and distinguished hotel in one of the city’s most fashionable streets with excellent service. With an exquisite spa and indoor rooftop pool, this is an irresistible hotel with 188 guest rooms, many overlooking the beautiful inner courtyards, completely sound-proofed from the city noise to make you feel like you’re far away, in a oasis of peace and relaxation. The rooms are feminine in style with fresh, floral fabrics, with co-ordinating bedspreads, and a classic mix of chandeliers, Regency-style furniture and neutrally-toned walls.
Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris
A remarkable flower display is one of the most well-known key points of this hotel, as well as its comfort, space and gastronomy. It’s located in the Champs-Elysées golden triangle, with plenty of high-end fashion shopping in the vicinity, and its suites have vast dressing rooms that are truly a woman’s dream come true. The largest Royal and Presidential suites come with lounge, office, dining room and kitchen area, ripe for business meetings or entire families. This is most definitely a hotel that pleases each and everyone, keeping its luxury state untouchable each passing day.
Hôtel Plaza Athénée
This is a hotel dripping with luxury on one of Paris’ most fashionable streets, close to the Champs Elysees. The grand reception, with brushed oak desks, has showy flower arrangements in silver cones mounted on pillars circling a mosaic marble floor. There’s modern art on the walls and amazing furniture that is just as enticing as the hotel itself, not only speaking of its interior but its comfort and undeniable charm.
The peak of elegance, this hotel in Paris is contemporary in style, with a slice of the Orient in the form of cherry wood panelling and fine silks, adding to its sophistication. The guest bedrooms are designed with soft rugs, silk throws, warm colours and wonderfully comfy, over-sized beds lend a cosy and homely feel that will make you never want to leave.
Hôtel de Crillon
This historic building dates originally from the 18th century, but only some rooms have serviced from this period. The remaining space of the hotel was renovated, transforming it into pure elegance and sophistication with extraordinary attention to detail. There are 124 rooms, including 36 suites, and 10 exceptionally large signature suites, including two designed by Karl Lagerfeld. Absolutely unmissable.
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