Just off the Champs-Élysées, this four-star hotel offers excellent service in luxurious surroundings. A superb crystal chandelier graces the main gray marble foyer, and the hotel's Louis XIII lounge features an exquisite Renaissance-style fireplace. Bedrooms contain an impressive array of Louis XVI antique furniture and artwork. The hotel's elegant Le Cinq restaurant, awarded two stars by the Michelin Guide, overlooks a pretty marble courtyard, and the breakfast lounge is popular with the media crowd.
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.
The stylish charm of Paris does not stop at the door. With 99 beautiful rooms and 39 posh suites to choose from, the Mandarin Oriental Paris is the epitome of a chic accommodation. Only steps away from the Louvre, Tuileries Gardens, and the rest of the glitz and glam of the 1st Arrondissement, this hotel finds itself among the most famous landmarks. Not that you need to leave the premises for luxury; there are on-site restaurants, bars, bakeries, a spa, a business center and much more at your disposal.
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.
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.
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.
Hotel des Ducs d'Anjou is located in the picturesque rue de Sainte-Opportune and insures an unforgettable stay for all its guests. It has 38 well-furnished rooms with amenities, such as Wifi, direct phone connection, air conditioning, mini-bar, and hair dryer. If you want to make your stay very lavish and are ready to spend some money, then choose from the three fabulously decorated suites available here. The hotel has it own shopping center and outdoor parking.
This four-star hotel offers a taste of Provence and Tuscany in a 16th Century townhouse overlooking the Seine. The ancient beams, marble tiling and fine wrought iron work combine to create an "old world" atmosphere with an irresistible charm. The bedrooms are spacious and comfortable and are furnished with a breakfast table and chairs and a sofa. The staff are friendly and will attend to your every need.
Hotel Henri IV Rive Gauche is located near the Notre Dame, between two famous streets, Saint Michel and Saint Germain. All the rooms facing the street have an incredible view of Saint-Séverin, a Gothic church built between 13th and 15th Centuries. Those facing the courtyard, have a view of the rooftops of Paris. The entire hotel is done up in elegant furnishings, with the interiors have a complete 17th-century authentic décor. The rooms are equipped with all the modern amenities and are designed to provide guests with the best comfort. The lobby has terracotta tiles and an 18th-century working fireplace, and portraits of King Henry IV hang from the walls which takes you back in time!
This hotel owes both its name and architecturally unique interior to its 17th Century beginnings as a "real" or "royal" (the original form of tennis) court. Beyond the openness of the hotel entrance with its huge gallery and mezzanines lie a cozy lounge, breakfast area and reading room. Bedrooms spread along the length of the gallery are all of similar size and some look onto a garden. Get to the very heart of old Paris on Île Saint-Louis.
In the middle of the famous and lively Latin Quarter, lies the serene Hôtel du Levant which takes you away from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Each room is decorated with a different style and design but is completely equipped with creature comforts. Enjoy your breakfast in the grand hall buffet or you could just feast upon it in your cozy room. The Palais de Justice, Pont au Change, Place Saint Michael and Jardin du Luxembourg (Le)—which are at a walking distance—add to the splendor of Hôtel du Levant.
Located in the heart of Latin center, the Hotel Abbatial Saint Germain is popular because of its lively atmosphere. The special feature about this hotel is that breakfast is provided in an 18th-century setting with a feeling of royalty. The surrounding cafes and boutiques make this a favorite stop over for tourists.