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As its name implies, this hotel combines British courtesy and custom with French elegance. This three-star hotel was created by an English family, in the 19th Century, and became the headquarters of the Quakers, a humanitarian organization, in France, during World War I. It has remained a traditional choice for English-speaking tourists staying in Paris, who like to savor its sophisticated food and drink, and admire the Turner paintings which hang on the walls. The rooms are richly decorated in warm burgandy, goldtone fabrics and wood accents. In-room amenities include broadband Internet access and a minibar.
Situated right in the middle of the Latin quarter, Hôtel Le Notre Dame is surrounded by Notre Dame's medieval architecture and is right next to the river Seine. The Panthéon, the Louvre museum and the Luxembourg Gardens are all at a walking distance from this place. It's not all about location, though; the interior of the hotel, designed by Christian Lacroix, is rather fascinating, too. All of the 26 rooms are elegantly designed and offer a wonderful blend of comfort and luxury.
Built on the foundations of a 13th-century abbey and located just two blocks from the banks of the Seine, the Relais Christine is a romantic oasis of peace in the heart of St-Germain-des-Prés. The large, bright, comfortable rooms boast an elegant décor with medieval wooden beams, Toile de Jouy and Louis XIII antique furniture. Breakfast is served in a cavernous, charming room, which was once an old chapel. The staff speak French, Spanish, Italian and English.
Feeling homesick? Then, Hôtel Taylor is a good pick for you. The snug feeling is evident when you enter its reception area. The rooms are well-lit and comfortably small. So is the dining area. What this two-star hotel lacks in space, it makes up in good service and abundant ventilation. Visit the website for detailed information on all their services.
Popular with the English aristocracy and with Middle Eastern visitors, this 19th-century hotel offers opulence and elegance on a grand scale. Adorned with artwork and antiques, the spacious and lavishly decorated bedrooms simply ooze luxury. Afternoon jazz concerts take place in the conservatory, a delightful spot for afternoon tea, and the hotel restaurant features in the gourmet bible, Michelin Guide. Rooms overlooking the Tuileries Gardens need to be booked well in advance.
This sumptuous four-star hotel is one of the most successful establishments owned by the Costes Brothers, whose empire includes some of Paris' finest restaurants. Located in the heart of the luxury district, guests at Hôtel Costes includes celebrities and jet-setters who come here to lodge, dine, and give interviews to the trendiest fashion and film journalists. The grandiose interiors, arranged by designer Jacques Garcia, have a neoclassic style of the Napoléon III period, while the Chinese living-room and its fireplace have been featured in numerous movies. The hotel also boasts an underground swimming-pool, opened from 7a-10p, as well as a spa and a fitness club. Massages, facials and spa treatments are given by appointment, and a professional personal trainer is available.
Sleep in class at this five-star deluxe hotel occupying the prestigious Rue de la Paix in the heart of the city. Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme offers the splendors of luxury accommodations in a contemporary setting graced with designs by celebrated architect Ed Tuttle. From the traditional Park Queen room to the lavish Imperial Suite, each abode is furnished with high-end amenities with an underlying wood, silk and bronze theme. The signature Hyatt hospitality extends to the myriad facilities- from the onsite restaurants, including the Michelin starred Pur' to the exquisite Le Spa. To take care of all your business needs, there's a state-of-the-art business center aided by secretarial services and Hyatt event planning along with wireless internet access throughout the premises. So, whether on a family vacation or a business trip, staying with Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme is certainly going to enhance your visit to the City of Lights.
Walking into One by the Five is like entering another dimension altogether. In this alternate universe, a levitating bed is nothing out of the ordinary, and fits in perfectly with its elegant surroundings. This one-suite hotel makes for a romantic getaway in the real sense; only you will have the key, and you and your loved one can enjoy an utterly secluded stay. This mammoth suite is made up of six rooms which include a dressing room and lounge. The dreamy experience is further enhanced by the mood lighting.
A symbol of Paris during the revolution, this luxurious palace transformed into a hotel takes its name from Henry IV's war companion, "Crillon the brave" whose descendant bought the property in 1788. Located on the prestigious Place de la Concorde, the Hôtel Crillon is an ideal point from which to explore Paris. The guest rooms have all been refurbished in Parisian style with elegant decor and contemporary conveniences.
Located in the area surrounding La Madeleine and a few steps away for the luxurious Place Vendôme, this Haussmannian hotel has held onto its charm and its 1900s-style decor. The rooms are very pleasant with their refined linens, antique furniture and marble bathrooms. The Chinese-style lounge surrounds an atrium and a large fireplace which give the lounge an undeniable sense of prestige. Made evident by its rank, this hotel also features a restaurant, Le Café M, which serves traditional French cuisine.
For those with a penchant for luxury, Hôtel du Ministere is the perfect pied-à-terre in the haute-glam heart of the capital. Combining classic French hospitality and high-end sophistication, this boutique hotel in the Faubourg Saint Honoré district welcomes both jaded vacationers and tireless executives. The art-deco design and bold colors channel a sexy and chic vibe that runs all the way from the skylit lobby to the junior suites. Goose-down beds, Carrare marble baths and minibars in each room guarantee the highest measure of comfort. Facilities at the disposal of guests include two state-of-the-art meeting rooms, a high-tech gym and a wine bar. And there's plenty of action once you step outside, from contemporary exhibits at neighboring galleries to shopping fiestas. So go ahead and book your stay at Hôtel du Ministere to discover Paris in a new light.
This legendary hotel is owned by the royal Brunei family. The Avenue Montaigne location serves it well and puts guests within earshot of many prominent attractions. Entirely renovated in 2001, the hotel's rooms are decorated in an art deco style with impressive attention to detail without holding back on extravagance. The majority of the rooms look out onto a courtyard embellished with a waterfall and Virginia creepers. In the basement there is a fitness center with beautiful mahogany woodwork and equipped with Cybex exercise machines. The hotel's restaurants and bar are managed by Alain Ducasse, one of France's most famous chefs.