Paris – The World Capital for Luxury Hotels

An expert guide to the best luxury hotels in Paris, from five-star grand dames to hotels with palace status, featuring the top places to stay for ornate bedrooms, Michelin-starred restaurants and divine spas, in locations close to the Eiffel Tower,

Le Bristol Paris:

Le Bristol PAris

Le Bristol Paris Since 1925, Le Bristol Paris has been celebrated for its unique definition of luxury, and for offering service of the highest order. The world’s most discerning travelers choose Le Bristol for a first-class Parisian experience, and this illustrious palace has become a benchmark for luxury hotels all over the world.

Shangri-La Hotel:

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It’s only fitting that the first Shangri-La in Europe would be housed in a Parisian palace that’s over 120 years It’s old. Today, the hotel impresses visitors with its grand and eclectic styles from the 19th and early 20th centuries. Throughout the four-year renovation that completed in 2011, Shangri-La Hotel, Paris took great care in preserving the past, even getting the former palace registered as a Historical Monument in 2009.

Hotel Le Royal Monceau Raffles:


Philippe Starck designed almost the whole hotel of the Asian-American luxury group. Modern but cozy are the rooms, and is the whole hotel. They have an own cinema in the hotel (fitting 100 people), and pretty daring design in some of the rooms and especially some suites. Make sure you see a picture of the specific room you want before booking. The beautiful Clarins Spa has a 23 meters pool, even bigger than the Peninsulas 22-meters-pool.

Hotel The Peninsula:


The fourth Asian luxury chain has chosen the elegant Avenue Kleber, an upscale residential neighborhood close to Arc de Triomphe and Champs Elysees. The roof restaurant is an experience of it’s own: This may be one of the best 360-degree-views over Paris (indoor, but with huge glass fassades on all sides). The cocktail bar is no less spectacular by the way, the Rooftop garden Suite with it’s city and Eiffel-tower-view is one of the fanciest places to stay in Paris.

Le Meurice:


In the Meurice you stay in a Palace, you dine in one of Paris’ best restaurants, Alain Ducasse’s e Meurice, you listen to live Jazz and Blues music every night in the Bar 228. And by the way, the restaurant is also one of the most beautiful historic dining salons in Pairs, dining there is like a time travel.





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