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Hôtel Plaza Athénée — member of the prestigious Dorchester Collection — symbolizes the spirit of Paris, dating back to its 1913 opening. This spectacular palace hotel is perfectly positioned between Avenue des Champs-Élysées and the Eiffel Tower. With roots dating back to the debut of the first Dior collection, the hotel has been the ultimate choice of fashionistas and celebrities wishing to experience the energy and elegance of The City of Light.
This property feels super posh and polished from the moment you step foot in the lobby, with the sparkling Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée restaurant beckoning you inside. But what makes a stay here really special is the service; front desk staff will remember your name and if guests are in town for something special, it’s almost certain that their room with be outfitted in personalized touches. With a stay centered around the Paris Marathon, my suite was covered in photos of the Plaza Athénée team participating in runs around the city, as well as a handwritten card from all different staff members wishing me good luck! When I returned from the race, they had homemade granola bars, coconut water and an ice bath waiting.Kayla Douglas
The 154 rooms and 54 suites feature both classical Parisian and Art Deco decor, so, guests are encouraged to discuss their design preferences with their travel advisor to ensure they are best matched. Accomodations combine state-of-the-art technology with some fun touches, like their scent diffusers (of your choosing) in the shower. The Deluxe Suite with Avenue Montaigne View is a fantastic choice for those looking for traditional opulence. It’s perfect for families looking for extra living space and the option of connecting rooms.
For those seeking something even more grand, the Signature Suites are truly breathtaking. The Haute Couture Suite feels like a classical French palace complete with a living room, bedroom, dressing and bathroom, piano and iconic Eiffel Tower views. Or, for the crème de la crème of suites combined with an outdoor space, opt for the Signature Eiffel Suite. In major contrast to the traditional design of many other accomodations, this Art deco inspired masterpiece features sleek rosewood, Macassar ebony and mahogany woodwork. But, the real showstopper is the rooftop terrace with 360-degree views of the city, the perfect spot for candle-lit dinner parties or cocktails with friends as the sun sets.Kayla Douglas
Whether it’s a workout to start the day or simply a chance to unwind in the sauna, the fitness centre caters to all guests’ needs. The state-of-the-art equipment and personal training options are all at your fingertips.
The stylish Dior Institut au Plaza Athénée reflects the hotel’s historic relationship with Christian Dior himself. Visit to experience exclusive beauty and spa treatments in an elegant setting with a specialist manicure and pedicure area.
Let’s begin by stating that breakfast here may rank as one of the best of your entire life. The affair unfolds in pure Parisian style — complete with an array of pâtisserie so plentiful that they give you an entire menu describing them — under the stunning sparkling chandeliers. Beyond the artisan baked goods, guests choose from an exquisite variety of coffee, juices, eggs dishes and seasonal fruit. For a bit more low key breakfasts, guests can also dine in La Galerie nearby or start even slower with in-room dining.
On warmer days, La Terrasse Montaigne offers an outdoor dining experience perfect for a leisurely lunch. Ideally situated for admiring local Parisian fashionistas, this al fresco terrace restaurant runs along the façade of the hotel, creating a natural spotlight of attention. Through the summer, diners even get a taste of California thanks to a collaboration with The Beverly Hills Hotel; it’s the perfect spot for a shopping pause or an evening cocktail.
By night, the main dining area transforms into a three Michelin starred experience. Guests and non-guests alike are invited to discover the culinary genius of internationally renowned chef, Alain Ducasse, at his eponymous Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée restaurant. Get a taste of his ‘naturalness’ concept, a trilogy of fish, vegetables and cereal, as you dine in style beneath 10,000 crystals.Kayla Douglas
Designed by Patrick Jouin and Sanjit Manku, featuring an eye-catching sculptured resin bar, this contemporary space serves deliciously inventive cocktails, making it the place to be and be seen in Paris.
This property is best suited for anyone who appreciates a more refined aesthetic without wanting to lose the authenticity of being in Paris. Both families and couples will find what they are looking for at Hôtel Plaza Athénée.
This elegant, landmark hotel is a 5-minute walk from the Alma-Marceau metro station and a 7-minute walk from the Avenue des Champs-Élysées.
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