Francois 1er (François 1er)

Located at the heart of the famous “Golden Triangle” district of Avenue des Champs Elysées, Avenue Montaigne and Avenue Georges V, is the “boutique hotel” François 1er. There is no better place to stay in this new Tendance Fashion district, where you can find great restaurants like Nobu, the Fouquets and prestigious stores (Gucci, Vuitton…). This place is a jewel in the luxury hotel industry of Paris, mixing distinction, style and exquisite location. The Restaurant and Room service propose you […]

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Saint James Paris

Called the “only château-hôtel in Paris”, this gracious, late 19th-century neoclassical mansion is surrounded by a lush private park. The lavish Art Deco interior was created by designer Andrée Putman. Ten rooms on the third floor open onto a winter garden. The poshest option is booking one of the two duplex gate-houses. [Fodor’s 99]

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Hotel de Vigny (Hotel de Vigny)

Step behind the chic modern facade of the Hotel de Vigny and discover a haven of calm and refinement far removed from the hustle and bustle outside. Enjoy a light meal or drink in the Art Deco ambience of the Baretto, sip a cup of tea in the mahogany-paneled lounge or savor a delicious breakfast in one of the artistically designed guest rooms. Comfort, charm and impeccable service await you in the heart of Paris.

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Lancaster

One of Paris’s most venerable institutions, has been meticulously transformed into one of the city’s most modish, luxury hotels. The clubby decor seamlessly blends the traditional with the contemporary to evoke an overall feeling of timeless elegance. Many of the suites pay homage to the hotel’s colorful regulars, from Sir Alec Guinness to Marlene Dietrich.

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San Regis

A luxurious, comfortable hotel in a renowned area of Paris, made exceptionnal by its uniquely peaceful location and short stroll away from the Champs Elysées and the avenue Montaigne.The San Régis opened in 1923, and was completely renovated. Its 17th, 18th, and 19th century period furniture, old paintings and fine antique panelling are skillfully combined with exquisitely modern comforts. The refinement of the restaurant, situated in the hushed surrondings of a library, and the peace and quiet of the small […]

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Vernet

In a calm street, near the Champs Elysées, the hotel Vernet is one of the capital’s best kept secret. Built in 1913, its turn of the century town house caracter gives it a particulary warm and secluded atmosphere. History is omnipresent at the Vernet. For the past eighty years, the hotel has welcomed businessmen and politicians, ladies and adventurers, heroes too. Today, the hotel welcomes a privileged clientele of businessmen and artists in search of a refined atmosphere of discreet […]

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Relais Christine

Located in an ancient convent, the hotel still has a decidedly luxurious feel to it. Rooms are very comfortable and refined made in warm and earthy tones. The service is impeccable, making this hotel a classic and one of the best charming hotels in the city of Lights. Open all year.

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Pont Royal

Here’s good news for starters: the Pont Royal is the only 4 star hotel in Saint-Germain with a fitness center! Between the river Seine and the boulevard Saint Germain, in the midst of the Faubourg, arts and letters thrive in this beautiful place and its garden. In the heart of the capital this very special “garden” is at walking distance from the Orsay Museum and a bridge from the Louvre. After working out in the gym or after a soothing […]

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Balzac

Located just off the world renowned Champs-Elysees Avenue, the 6 rue Balzac is The address for Parisian charm. Warm welcome in a haven of peace and elegance. You will love the sophistication and modern comfort in the rooms, discreet and personalized service. 24 hour room service, express dry cleaning, concierge services, secretarial facilities… This place is just beautiful.

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Edouard VII

The hotel is located on the “avenue de l’Opera”, with as prestigious neighbors the museum of “Le Louvre” and the “Opera Garnier”. Thanks to its exceptional location, the hotel harmonizes with cultural Paris, Paris of the business and Paris of the fashion with the largest department stores and the greatest top designers.The rooms have a unique character, with choice material and ancient furniture. They’re facing, either on the avenue de l’Opera or on the “rue d’Antin” and all offer a […]

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