Are you looking for period charm, outstanding service, Michelin dining and really opulent interiors when you visit Paris? A stay at any of the 5 stars luxury hotels below can guarantee that. Consider them first if you are looking for the very best France’s capital can offer.
This luxury hotel is synonymous with space, palatial comfort, beautiful flower displays and gastronomy. Located on Avenue George V close to Champs-Elysees, the Four Seasons has Jeff Leatham, artistic director and florist, create something special every single time you will visit. All the staff is friendly, discreet and polite. Many love the spacious rooms and spa, with rooms decorated in the Louis XV comfortable traditional style. When you stay even at the Deluxe or Superior rooms, which are the simplest offered, you will have a lot of space to enjoy yourself.
The hotel is located on Rue Saint-Honore, a street known for conspicuous consumption but Mandarin Oriental Paris is 100% luxury (quite understated) and elegance. You will love the courtyard garden and the marble-clad lobby, which only hints at what is present inside the rooms. This hotel is contemporary, cool, with some Oriental flavors and a 3 Michelin stars restaurant that takes care of your taste buds. You visit for the luxury, come back for the staff and the food.
Le Bristol was opened in the year 1925 and has the official Palace Status, making it one of the 6 hotels with it in Paris. This basically means it is a little better than 5 stars. Many love the white marble and pink interiors with flower arrangements and a clear eighteenth century style. The lift itself is an attraction as it was built in the 1940s and still works perfectly. Le Bristol is focused on personal service and tradition. Make sure that you eat at the restaurant, Epicure.
When thinking about civilized Paris we simply cannot avoid considering Hotel Lancaster. It is not a hotel that always focuses on new fashion trends. It offers 56 rooms that feature original paintings, antique furniture and herringbone parquet floors, all a symbol of luxury. The Table du Lancaster Michelin starred restaurant is present here, a statement in what is modern French cuisine, renowned for beautiful plates and deft seasoning.
Right between Parc Monceau and Arc de Triomphe you can find this tremendous luxurious hotels that was done thanks to the work of Philippe Starck. When you stay at the hotel you can expect an art concierge, a cinema, a concept store and a lovely gallery. The spa is great and you will want to visit the gym in the event you want to work out. A special thing to take into account is swimming at the swimming pool here since it is the largest offered by a Paris hotel. In the rooms you will find a mix of contemporary and retro, large beds, artworks and photos that are going to make you feel as if in paradise. There are 2 Michelin star restaurants in the hotel.