As far as it is known, Paris’s hotel market remains attractive as the French capital continues to lure an increasing number of visitors, especially newly wealthy ones from emerging markets. About 30 million tourists visited Paris last year, with 40 percent of them coming from overseas.



The luxury Peninsula Hotel in Paris offers to its guests understated luxury, spacious rooms and extensive dining opportunities, near the Arc de Triomphe and Champs-Elysées. The Peninsula Hotel is the French capital’s latest five-star hotel.


Are you ready to look inside the new £600 million Peninsula Hotel in Paris?


The design of high-shine hotellery expresses with polished marble floors, high-end boutiques and vast hallways.


The newly opened Peninsula Paris features the city’s most expensive suite. Occupying 318 square meters, the Peninsula Suite is the largest one-bedroom suite in Paris. Guests can settle in this spacious suite and enjoy its sumptuous furnishings, including separate bathrooms and dressing rooms.


All rooms and suites showcase classical craftsmanship yet with a taste of timeless and modern aesthetic, artfully combining distinct Parisian influences. Your luxury staying will be supplied with the help of space, perfect soundproofing and excellent beds. Furthermore, the Peninsula Suite artfully combines distinct Parisian influences with timeless and modern aesthetic.

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We may assume that he Peninsula Hotel will instantly jostle for the top spot among Paris’ many grand “Palace Hotels”. There is plenty of choice in the Peninsula Hotel regarding food and drink as well. With six bars and restaurants, under executive chef Jean-Edern Hurstel, every guest is lucky to taste the most delicious cuisine in France.


Source: Covet Edition Magazine

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