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Set just steps from the Arc de Triomphe in the city’s elegant 16th
arrondissement, The Peninsula Paris is within walking distance of some of the world’s most famous monuments, museums and luxury shopping districts. It occupies a historic, meticulously restored 19th-century Haussmanian building which first opened in 1908 as one of Paris’s grandest hotels, and which is still exquisite today.
The Peninsula Paris’s 200 sumptuously appointed guestrooms include 86 suites. Three of these offer unparalleled space and glamour: The Katara Suite, which has a 100-square metre private terrace and garden; the Historic Suite, whose grand furnishings and fixtures recall the Belle Époque period; and the singularly opulent Peninsula Suite, whose 318 square metres of space include a formal dining room, a grand piano, and a lounge with crystal chandeliers and a fireplace.
Fitness-minded guests will enjoy a 20-metre indoor swimming pool, and a gym with state-of-the-art training equipment.
A tranquil oasis encompassing more than 1,800 square metres, The Peninsula Spa offers some of Paris’s most luxurious and deeply personalised spa experiences. An array of Asian, European and Ayurveda-inspired beauty and wellness therapies are offered in a collection of six relaxing treatment rooms.
The Peninsula Paris has several distinctive restaurants and lounges which are some of the city’s most exciting dining and drinking destinations. The Lobby, whose lavishly restored early 20th-century dining room makes an elegant setting for Afternoon Tea (accompanied by a live jazz trio), and eclectic all-day dining. La Terasse Kléber, an alfresco café along Avenue Kléber where guests can enjoy international dishes – as well as see, and be seen – beneath one of the largest covered terraces in Paris.
LiLi, a temple to fine Cantonese cuisine, with a dramatic interior design inspired by Chinese and French opera, and a menu of gastronomic delights prepared by award-winning Hong Kong chefs. And finally, L’Oiseau Blanc, an airy and bright sixth-floor French restaurant, whose aviation-themed interior and wraparound glass windows offer stunning views over the monuments of Paris.
Bar Kléber, a historic bar where oak panelling, gilded mouldings, soaring ceilings and giant mirrors set the scene for fine cocktails, wines, Champagnes, spirits and international whiskies. Guests will also love The Lounge Kléber, an intimate parlour lounge with a splendid frescoed ceiling, ideal for relaxing and savouring both libations and choice cigars (humidors are available for regular guests).
Perfectly situated at 19 Avenue Kléber, just steps from the Arc de Triomphe, The Peninsula sits in the heart of Paris within walking distance of some of the world’s most famous monuments, museums and luxury shopping districts.
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