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For the traveler seeking quintessential 19th century Parisian chic vibes, look no further than La Réserve Paris Hotel and Spa. After converting this urban mansion into a boutique hotel, Michel Reybier executed his vision of infusing the property with the elegance of a private club. While the rich fabrics, marble fireplaces and well-decorated interiors give La Réserve an authenticity and definitive mood, generous natural light and the nearby trees lining Avenue Gabriel keep it fresh. Plus, service tailored specifically to each guests’ needs ensures that one of the world’s most beautiful capitals is experienced in a uniquely personal way.
Tucked away in a quiet, almost residential feeling street directly off the Champs Elysées, walking up to La Réserve’s famous red door feels like you’ve just arrived at the home of your French relatives (who just happen to be part of the bourgeoisie). With no traditional check-in and unparalleled discretion, guests are made to feel like they belong from the moment they arrive.
Considering this plush property has just 40 exclusive accommodations, you simply cannot go wrong with any category located throughout this 19th century Haussmannian build. And while the exterior may have you wondering how amenities could possibly remain up-to-date, think again. With modern touches like an interactive tablet that controls the TV, the temperature and the lighting plus Toto washlets, you’ll have the best of both worlds. Special accents like silk hung walls, damascene brocade taffeta, velvet drapes, waffle weave fabrics, herringbone oak parquet, unique pieces of antique furniture make your already luxurious experience even more so.
Despite the large square footage in even the entry-level category, we love that while suites outnumber rooms 25:15, making it even easier to say “oui” to that fantastic upgrade. The Prestige Suite is a real treat, with a large seating area, separate washroom near the entrance, oversized closet and the real standout in certain suites: a massive balcony with views of Grand Palais. Or, for the ultimate view, opt for the Eiffel Tower Suite or Grand Palais Suite featuring a wrap-around balcony in prime view of some of Paris’ most treasured monuments. Plus, the Grand Palais category will find you with over 2,100 square feet of space — encompassing two generous lounge areas, two private bars, a wine cellar offering Grand Cru vintages, two bedrooms, (each with their own large dressing room) and a Carrara marble bathroom —to really relax.
A real treat for Paris, guests have access to a 16-meter indoor pool. This is the perfect spot to hang out if you’re awaiting your room upon arrival or if you just want to escape for awhile. Alternatively, for those looking to be more active, there’s a fitness area with a personal trainer available.
There are three exclusive treatment rooms available on property near the pool area. Guests can take advantage of medical expertise from the Center for the Prevention of Aging at the Clinique de Genolier (Switzerland). This Nescens-Swiss anti-aging science brand offers sophisticated treatments for men and women, better-aging massages and cosmeceutical anti-aging products. Guests will benefit from completely personalized body and face treatments that are tailored to every individual need and desire.
The cozy lounge, tucked away in the back of the property off the garden, invites guests to sample seasonal specialities from breakfast through to dinner. The typical Parisian gourmet afternoon snack is not to be missed, offering a unique opportunity to revert to childhood with a few carefully chosen delights to accompany a cup of tea or hot chocolate! We also highly recommend the croissants aux amandes.
For a more upscale dining experience, embark on a culinary journey at the two-Michelin-starred restaurant, Le Gabriel. The excellence of seasonal produce is sublimated in perfectly mastered cooking by Executive Chef Jérome Banctel. Alternatively, La Pagode de Cos perpetuates the spirit of epicurean creativity. Here, Chef Banctel offers fascinating variations on the theme of contemporary seasonal cuisine, constantly evolving yet perpetually inspired by the classics of traditional Bordeaux cuisine.
Featuring an impressive collection of wines that will delight connoisseurs, the bar is not to be missed. The atmosphere in this intimate front room of the hotel creates the perfect setting for an apéritif. Or, guests who want even more privacy can sip their favorite vintages in the Library.
This hotel is best suited for travelers who appreciate the feeling of coming ‘home’ to a boutique property. It’s ideal for couples in particular as it exudes romance. However, connecting rooms, babysitting services, butler service and surprises worthy of a Palace hotel, make it great for in-the-know families.
Mid-way between Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré and Avenue Montaigne, a stone's throw from the Champs-Elysées, where the heart of Paris beats.
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