Our top 10 best hotels in Paris

by Travel Paris
Hôtel, Paris

Paris is the capital of lovers but it is also called the city of light. It is one of the most visited cities in the world.
It welcomes you for an unforgettable and romantic stay in one of the most chic hotels.

When discovering Paris, you will notice the diversity of the population. While strolling through the lively streets of the city, you will discover sumptuous jewel cases, hotels and apartments with French luxury in the posh districts. We will enter a world of unparalleled magnificence by discovering the most beautiful hotels of the capital.

The Royal Monceaux

The Royal Monceau is one of the most beautiful palaces in the city. Located 500 meters from the Arc de Triomphe and the Champs-Élysées, this beautiful 5-star hotel welcomes you in a chic, pleasant and calm setting.
Equipped with the best comforts with its luxurious suites, its swimming pool, its spa and not forgetting the large cinema that can accommodate up to 100 people. It was renovated in 2008 by the designer Philippe Starck. A beautiful contemporary bookstore invites you to enter and discover a new reading. As for the sportsmen, you will find your happiness in the superb gym perfectly equipped.

The Bristol

This superb palace in a perfect location on the rue Faubourg-Saint-Honoré is considered one of the largest and most prestigious establishments in Paris.
Who would have thought that this building, originally built in 1758, would become so famous and successful. A beautiful collection of antique furniture decorates the rooms as well as the exceptional collection of tapestries from Gobelins and Lille. Period prints and paintings adorn the walls.
The solid teak pool represents the forecastle of a 1920s sailing ship. The palace has an exceptional restaurant with 4 Michelin stars. A unique stay with wonderful memories that will be engraved in your mind.

The Georges V

The refinement of this palace is at its peak. Built in 1928, the hotel has obtained the Palace label since 2011.
Some suites have a superb view of the Sacré-Coeur Basilica in Montmartre or of the Eiffel Tower. The apartments are typically Parisian and each luxurious suite is equipped with perfect comfort.
Three Michelin-starred restaurants make this Palace a gastronomic highlight.
Beautiful floral creations add a sweetness to the place.

The Burgundy

Located in the rue Saint-Honoré, this small Palace with undeniable charm has elegant and luxurious rooms. The hotel itself is an art gallery. The puzzle floor of white and gray Carrara marble woven with brass wire is signed by French sculptor Guy de Rougemont.
The Bar-restaurant Le Baudelaire has a fresco evoking Baudelaire’s Flowers of Evil.
The luxury boutiques are at the foot of the hotel.

The Shangri-La Hotel

This sumptuous palace is one of the latest luxury hotels to appear in the 2000s.

Ideally located in the 16th arrondissement of Paris, the rooms offer beautiful views of the Trocadero square and the beautiful iron lady, the Eiffel Tower.

This has undoubtedly propelled this beautiful hotel.

Since 2009 the building of the hotel as well as the most important rooms such as the gallery, the smoking room, the waiting room, the billiard room, the dining room, the blue room, are classified as historical monuments.

The Queen’s Pavilion

The luxurious hotel Le Pavillon de la Reine is located in one of the chic districts of the capital, the Marais. It houses the beautiful luxury hotel at the Place des Vosges. Our attention is taken by the sumptuous house of Maitre whose parterre of greenery encircles the facade and the windows. You will have access to the spa and the gym. The location of the hotel is ideal for travelers and tourists who are interested in art and culture because it is located 15 minutes by transport from the Louvre Museum, 5 minutes walk from the house of Victor Hugo…

Hotel Barriere le Fouquet’s

Located at the corner of the Champs-Elysées in the prestigious avenue George V, the Hotel Barriere le Fouquet’s is a 5 star hotel with a superb swimming pool and a spa. All of the hotel’s rooms have been decorated by famous designers.

You can also dine in the famous Fouquet’s brasserie.

Just walk a few minutes to be at the foot of the Arc de Triomphe and a few more steps to see the Eiffel Tower.

The Ritz

This luxurious hotel is located at Place Vendôme. It embodies lush beauty and French chic. It is one of the most beautiful hotels in the world and its name is no longer unknown. The building of this famous 5 star hotel is classified as a historical monument since 1930.

Many celebrities and political figures have had the pleasure of staying in one of the sumptuous rooms and enjoying the beautiful garden as well as all the concierge services offered by the hotel.

The calm, breathtaking decoration will seduce you and leave you with a sweet and pleasant memory. The spa will be a moment suspended in time. An intimate moment to share with your loved ones and also to enjoy the blue pool. The Vendôme bar has all the charm of a large chic Parisian brasserie where you can have lunch, dinner or a cup of tea accompanied by pastries from the chef François Perret.

Hotel de Crillon

The Hotel de Crillon closed its doors in 2013 to reopen in 2017 and become one of the most luxurious hotels in Paris. It received the distinction of Palace and became the 25th palace in France. Owned by a member of the Saudi royal family.

The Crillon is a prestigious hotel located a few steps from the Tuileries Gardens. The Crillon represents excellence in the French way.

Fauchon Hotel

Fabulous 5 star hotel located in the 8th district of the capital. A few minutes walk from the Place de la Concorde, this chic and sober establishment will seduce you with the softness and the quietness of the place. The most is to be able to taste the Fauchon products. You will be pampered like a king in this hotel where the promises are as high as the stars it holds.

Your stay in Paris will obviously be magical and wonderful.
So many beautiful hotels in different districts will have the pleasure of making your stay a memorable one…

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