We just flew back from Paris for Paris Fashion Week SS20, and we keep on falling in love with the city more and more every time we visit. The atmosphere, the fashion, the food, and more importantly, the gorgeous hotels! Here are five of the most bewitching hotels you need to visit on your next trip to the city of love!
- Ritz Paris
In the Ritz Carlton, Paris, the refinement of the French art de vivre meets the elegance of Belle Époque décor. The hotel’s rooms and suites bear the names of Coco Chanel, F. Scott Fitzgerald or Marcel Proust — all of whom considered the Ritz “like a second home”. With multiple restaurants with Michelin stars, this is an ideal spot to experience the best of french cuisine. Surrounded by music from a jazz piano, the Ritz Paris is a place where dreams come to life.
The Westin Paris – Vendôme is perfectly situated in the city center, across from the Tuileries Garden, between the Louvre and Place Vendôme. This iconic hotel offers an unparalleled entrée to the City of Lights, where you can unwind in their classically designed rooms and suites. Our favorite thing about staying in the Westin is that we can see Paris’ rooftops and landmarks from our room window, bringing the city’s magic directly to us.
Hôtel Plaza Athénée
On the prestigious Avenue Montaigne in Paris, Hôtel Plaza Athénée is a luxury palace with a Dior Institute spa, 5 restaurants, a cocktail bar and a seasonal ice-skating rink. It offers elegant accommodations with marble bathrooms, a 5-minute walk from Avenue Champs Elysées.
An art-deco landmark built in 1928, Four Seasons Hotel George V is nestled in the Golden Triangle of Paris, just off the historic Champs-Elysees. Oversized suites with Eiffel Tower views welcome you after a day of wandering the quaint, Parisian streets, and our three restaurants–with five Michelin stars among them–are home to some of the best food in France. A decadent spa, an elegant swimming pool and a courtyard for whiling away the afternoons are just some of the pleasures unique to this historic destination.
This 5-star hotel in the 1st arrondissement of Paris opposite the Tuileries Garden, between Place de la Concorde and the Musée du Louvre on the Rue de Rivoli, stretching to the Rue du Mont Thabor. This historic hotel was first opened in 1815, and has received the “Palace” distinction from the French government. This hotel is, by far, our favorite place to dine. With two Michelin stars, the gastronomic passion and artistic courage of celebrated chef Alain Ducasse and executive chef Jocelyn Herland underpins every dish served at Le Meurice.