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As the first French hotel awarded “Palace distinction,” this world-famous hotel has been crafting the most stylish of Parisian stays since 1925. Le Bristol Paris was built around an exquisite 13,000 sq. ft. French manicured garden making guests feel like they have found an oasis from the busy shopping streets nearby. Boasting three restaurants and four Michelin stars, refined rooms, the highest level of service — and one famous resident cat — this is undoubtedly one of the chicest addresses in Paris. The world’s most discerning travelers choose Le Bristol for a first-class Parisian experience, making this illustrious palace a benchmark for luxury hotels all over the world.
Art de vivre à la française.
Le Bristol’s 190 bright and spacious rooms and suites were recently renovated and provide a unique setting for guests from around the world. Behind the precious fabrics, works of art and splendid Louis XV and Louis XVI furniture, guests will find a harmonious retreat with a unique atmosphere. Spacious and chic, rooms display a multitude of refined details and are perfect for families seeking more space than the average Paris accomodations.Barrett Hollo
The property has a rooftop swimming pool with stunning views overlooking the Eiffel Tower, Montmartre and Sacré-Coeur and is available exclusively for the use of hotel guests. The fitness center has ultra-modern facilities, including Kinesis machines. Or, personal training and individually-tailored fitness programs are available on request.
Filled with sunlight, Spa Le Bristol by La Prairie opens onto a pleasant interior garden and has eight treatment rooms, including a Russian Banïya and a private couple suite. Throughout the treatment, expert therapists attend to guests’ needs with warmed beds and heated towels, massaging feet or hands while infusions and masks do their work.
Le Bristol Paris is a bastion of gastronomic excellence built on the true values of craftsmanship, with four Michelin stars awarded between the highly exclusive three stars restaurant Epicure and the one star brasserie de luxe, 114 Faubourg. We also love enjoying afternoon tea outside in their urban oasis Le Jardin Francais.Barrett Hollo
Le Bar du Bristol reveals a secret side to its character with B.A.D. evenings – Bristol After Dark. It’s definitely a late night spot to enjoy after dinner or before going out on a night on the town.Barrett Hollo
This property is well-suited for families, couples, and even business travelers.
Ideally situated on the fashionable rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, within walking distance of the Presidential House, the Champs-Elysées, the Louvre and the Grand Palais.
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