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Today we are going to talk about hotels in Paris! The also known City of Lights has boulevards with monuments in a row, museums, classical bistros and boutiques, creative wine bars, design shops and so much more. Paris has amazing landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower, the board Arc de Triomphe, lamplit bridges over the Sienne, the Notre Dame Cathedral and art nouveau cafes.
This amazing hotel transports us to the early 1900s, a time when Paris sparkled with all of its rich textures and fine tapestried grandeur. Over time, Hotel George V became an institution in Paris, not only for its architecture and style but also for its role in setting the bar for the hospitality industry.
Noted for its opulent and tasteful modern interiors, fine dining and stellar service, the Hotel Barrie Le Fouquet’s is garnering an impeccable reputation. In November 2019, 19 new rooms and suites were unveiled, offering a spectacular view over the Arc de Triomphe and the Champs-Élysées.
Hotel de Crillon underwent a renovation and restoration in 2017 gaining new grandeur and modern elegance. Occupying an 18th-century palace, this amazing hotel has an array of original details, which include pink-hued marble floors, gold-trimmed wrought-iron stair rails and high painted ceilings.
Hotel Lutetia opened in 1910 and rapidly became the most famous hotel in Paris‘ Left Bank. Designed with a unique blend of art nouveau and art deco styles, the hotel became the high-end meeting place for artists and literary figures. Pablo Picasso was a frequent guest, as were writers Andre Gide, André Malraux and Samuel Beckett. James Joyce wrote much of Ulysses while staying in the celebrated hotel.
Hotel Plaza Athénée is the definition of Parisian Chic. The Athénée resides on Paris’ most favourite fashion street, France’s fantastic chef Alain Ducasse watches over its five restaurants and the hotel had a 2014 renovation that made it even better. Royals (Grace Kelly), fashion stars (Christian Dior ), actors (Elizabeth Taylor, Johnny Depp), singers (Josephine Baker, Rihanna) and even spies (Mata Hari was arrested there) have called this elegant icon their Paris address.
Situated at the heart of Paris’ fashion district on Rue Faubourg Saint-Honoré, Le Bristol became a dedicated hotel in 1925 and served as the American embassy during World War II. Since its opening, the Parisian hotel counts legends such as Charlie Chaplin, Rita Hayworth, Josephine Baker and Sophia Loren as its guests.
It was in 1907 that the Hotel Le Meurice inaugurated a roof garden, originally conceived as a summer restaurant. Nowadays, the 7th and top floor of the hotel is solely devoted to the Belle Etoile Suite, which is housed in a structure added in the 50s, designed by Lally & Berger. BRABBU makes a statement in this interior design elevating the project to more refined decor.
The Hotel Providence, located right at the Porte Saint-Martin, in Paris, now – since past December 2015 – offers its guests a lot more than its history; it also offers beautiful interiors, designed as a cross between a Parisian family home and an English country cottage.
Mandarin Oriental, Paris opened in 2011 as the brand’s first French hotel, and one of only a handful in Europe. The storied building has been in use since the 16th century, serving as a monastery, theatre and royal riding school.
For Paris’ travellers, the ideal hotel is the one where is located next to the main attractions, and Hotel du Lovre is just perfect. Built-in 1855, the luxury hotel is in line with Georges-Eugène Haussmann’s architectural design plan ordered by Napoleon III with cream-coloured stone walls and ornamental iron window guards. And due to a massive renovation completed in 2019, the interior design follows in theme to wondrous detail. You will find a reception hall with a high ceiling that the emperor would have approved and marble flooring which echoes that of the Opéra Garnier.
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