Luxury Hotels in Paris to Stay in while Visiting Maison et Objet
Luxury Hotels in Paris Perfect for your to Stay in while Visiting Maison et Objet
As Audrey Hepburn once said “Paris is always a good idea”. How much would you love to look outside of your bedroom window and see the amazing Paris skyline with the Eiffel Tower right in front of you ? If you’re planning a trip to Paris, we advise you to choose your stay early: the best hotels are full with visitants all year long. To help you with this hard task, we have chosen for you irresistible selections: the top of Parisian Hotels.
Luxury hotels in Paris vary from some of the world’s most opulent classic hotels to modern, trend-setting five-star properties and discreet, boutique boltholes. KOKET‘s team of hotel experts give their verdicts on the French capital’s most lavish accommodation options.
1. LE BRISTOL
We start with the celebrated LE BRISTOL, located in Rue do Faubourg Saint Honoré, considered one of the very finest palaces in gilt-edged Paris.
Its impressive 18th façade turns it into one of the best hotels of the city. Antiques and reproductions can be admired in its opulent guest-rooms.
Moving forward to the centre of the city, in 25th Avenue Montaigne, lays one of the top-five-stars hotel in Paris, PLAZA ATHÉNÉE, situated in the heart of the fashionable golden triangle.
Possessing a solicitous service and a peculiar elegance, its restaurant is also a serious option to consider, since it is run by the legendary Alain Ducasse.
3. FOUR SEASONS
If you prefer to be nearer the Arc de Triomphe and the Eiffel Tower, you must choose the irresistible and opulent FOUR SEASONS.
The stunning styled décor and a 21st century infrastructure turns this stay in a unique experience. 245 guest rooms, including 61 suites, complete the perfect frame of happiness and joy in the world of Hotels.
Among the streets of Paris, emerges the astonishing HOTEL BELLECHASSE, at Rue de Bellechasse.
Revamped by the fashion designer Christian Lacroix, it is undoubtedly a place to rediscover the neighborhood that inspired Marcel Proust.
Nearby, in the street Saint-Honoré, lays MANDARIN ORIENTAL HOTEL, an overwhelming environment that includes 138 rooms designed by Sybille de Margerie.