“A little house upon which I am proud to put my name”, such is the way César Ritz described his hotel on the day of the inauguration. Today, the Ritz retains the atmosphere of a private home, bringing together French “art de vivre”, alongside British comfort and cosiness. Coincidentally, only five years after the opening of the Ritz Paris, the term “palace” entered into the French language, evoking both the unique charm and the prestigious service of the now iconic hotel.
Situated on the outer rim of Paris, and only 5 minutes from Olympia, the Hotel Ritz Paris offers a convenient shuttle service. Guests can enjoy a swimming pool and a jacuzzi at this 19th-century hotel.
With its on-site restaurant serving French dishes, the Hotel Ritz Paris provides guests with everything they require for an enjoyable evening within the hotel. There is also a tranquil bar on site, offering a premium drinks menu.
The Ritz Paris has become an iconic venue, synonymous of excellence and elegance. An international reference in the luxury hotel business, the Ritz is a privileged venue for great of this world. Praised by the most prestigious travel magazines, its exceptional range of services has also been awarded accolades such as ” best hotel in the world”and “hotel of the century”. The most demanding of guests are sure to be delighted by the Ritz Paris, and will be seduced by top of the range catering, meticulous service, and refined decoration.
For the first time since it was founded, The Ritz Paris has closed its doors for an unprecedented restoration. It will re-open in the Summer of 2014.
Located just steps from the Champs-Elysées, with private terraces that command all of Paris, lovingly restored 18th-century tapestries, and a defining spirit of elegance and charm, Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris redefines luxury in the City of Light.
With a relaxed setting, the Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris’s on-site bar offers a choice of premium beverages. A wide selection of dining options can also be found in close proximity to the property.
The Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris is a perfect base while in Paris, the hotel is within a 20-minute walk of Arc De Triomphe, Eiffel Tower and Musee Du Quai Branly, and within a 10-minute drive you can find Musee du Louvre.
In the heart of one of the world’s most beautiful cities, Mandarin Oriental, Paris welcomes you with style, luxury and warmth.
Situated on rue Saint-Honoré, one of the most fashionable streets in the world, Mandarin Oriental, Paris lies in the heart of this wonderful city. Surrounded by haute couture and only steps from the Louvre, our hotel exudes a timeless elegance with beautiful interiors, dining by Thierry Marx, a serene spa and legendary service.
Spacious guestrooms face the courtyard and camellia garden, Paris rooftops, rue Saint-Honoré, or famous landmarks. All feature luxury linens, Bang & Olufsen LCD TVs, and Nespresso coffeemakers.
This truly Parisian luxury property filled with elegance and charm, is ideally located between the Avenue des Champs Elysées and the Eiffel Tower, at the crossroads of fashion, entertainment and business.
With fine décor “à la parisienne”, the Hôtel Plaza Athénée features 191 guest rooms including 45 suites, offering views to the chic avenue Montaigne, the Westside of the Eiffel Tower or the charming courtyard.
The legendary Le Meurice is a luxury hotel in the heart of Paris with a prestigious location between Place de la Concorde and the Louvre on the fashionable rue de Rivoli. Following centuries in which Le Meurice has played host to international royalty, fashion designers and countless public figures, this five-star Paris hotel is a place where history and the latest fashionable trends meet.
Recently, the hotel came to a new embellishment phase of the living areas by Philippe Starck. Combining exceptional decoration, style and quality with contemporary chic, he added a modern twist whilst preserving the special atmosphere of luxury that is the very soul of this establishment.
The 3 Michelin starred restaurant le Meurice offers menus both audacious and unpretentious, elevating the Parisian gastronomy to the rank of art, and Le Dali with its new culinary concept, where past and present meet with humour and glamour.