From boutique hotel to palace experience, Paris is full of exceptional addresses. In this era which enshrined “staycation” trend, more and more urban people want to escape to their city. In a major Parisian show, Forbes paves the way for you to choose the best!
Saint James Paris Relais & Chateau Hotel
A night-lit fountain, beehives for making homemade honey, high ceilings, majestic sculptures and a pergola resembling a small Trianon, Hotel Saint James brings the wind of Versailles to the heart of Paris. The luxurious residence invites you to spend happy days away from the hustle and bustle of the city. In the 16th arrondissement, the institution sealed with Relais & Châteaux is a title jealously guarded among aesthetes for wholesome adventures under the sign of refinement and epicureanism.
The perfect alternative to the Golden Triangle, the hotel promises the same serenity as the capital’s ultra-chic palaces. You enter it after crossing a splendid park that extends over 5,000 square meters of greenery guarded by stone gods, and then to a question that torments you: are we still in Paris? First impression, first emotion.
Regulars will tell you that feeling is still intact every time you come back! On site, the beautiful and the good interact harmoniously in a rustic pastoral. We sit in the starred restaurant Belle Feuille by Chef Julien Dumas And let yourself be intoxicated by the hair: Ile de Croix hides delicious lobster with sorrel; The Promenade Forestiere is embodied on the plate by a dish of venison flavored with myrtle … It is a menu that pays homage to the terrain of coasts and fields in a gastronomic version.
The hand-sewn cutlery, dressage, and services live up to the former residence of the President of the Republic, Louis-Adolphe Thiers, who owned the building in the 19th century. It took the genius of Laura Gonzalez, the interior designer we’re falling for, to twist nobility with modernity and pull us out of that majesty. Thus, we evolve from a boudoir room to a design space filled with antique objects. More than just a stay, a journey through the world and times.
Le Pavillon Faubourg Saint Germain Hotel
On the Left Bank, this new German landmark between the Seine and Café de Fleur marks the beginning of a long history. This address with soul exudes friendliness, each space conducive to engaging in long discussions as in a literary salon. In tune with the neighborhood, the Pavillon Faubourg Saint-Germain wants to be a meeting place for Parisians, cosmopolitans, nostalgics and utopians.
All without pretense, this is what we notice in places frequented by a melting pot of characters. When you first come there, you discover a collection of three 19th-century buildings arranged around three distinct entrances: an elegant bistro and bar, and a hotel and spa with 47 rooms and suites. The place vibrates with its three destinations within the destination. From room to room, the decoration varies in such a way as to best reproduce the strong character of each key whose fabrics and furnishings vary. Exposed beams, attic suites with unobstructed views of the rooftops of Paris, subtle juxtapositions of soft tones and hues, these are the leitmotifs to be found.
To live the experience to the full, book the James Joyce Signature Suite. authorUlyssesHe left his mark on the place he loved when the wing was already a fashionable title. Now five stars, everything has been thought of to have a good time outside your room. The James Joyce Bar, once again, keeps the English club warm, as in restaurant The most honorable Parisians Chief Thibault SombardierIt will please bistronomic lovers. A spot we imagine becomes a canteen. You can’t leave the house without walking downstairs to test Codage’s intimate spa spot.
Bvlgari Hotel Paris
At this palace hotel that has everything, we treat ourselves to a royal stay! The famous jewelry house combines French art de vivre with Italian art de vivre… essence. It is expressed from check-in in the subtle atmosphere that reinvents the way guests are welcomed. Beautiful books, artwork, a triumphant portrait of Monica Vitti, quality materials and this innate talent makes you feel important without getting bogged down in protocol.
Yes, we love this Italian-specific casual elegance that leaves room for spontaneity. We enter a living space, a hotel, by the way, a small nuance in scale. Bulgari’s bar and lounge area – a new Parisian hotspot – symbolizes this prejudice: a business meeting worth discussing under the best of circumstances? friendly meeting? romantic date? In all circumstances, the place lends itself to the moments of your life. For exceptional getaways, make yourself comfortable in one of the elegantly designed suites to immerse yourself in dolce vita, here on St George V.
Apartments carved from the finest marble, engraved with Serpenti motifs symbolizing the Roman brand, and decorated with Bulgari’s cashmere tiles … a lesson in aesthetics! In the bathroom that comes as an extension of the XXL dressing room, you are a pleasure to prepare for dinner. This centerpiece looks like a jewel box, moreover we’ll see it crowned in a custom arrangement!
After the eyes are filled, and the imagination is fed, we now go to El Ristorante To excite his taste buds. This evening, it’s first-class Paris-Rome with a detour to Abruzzo, the darling region of the President Nico Romito. Containing Epicureans from all over the world, Transalpine gives us many culinary dilemmas! Spaghetti and pomodoro or linguine with lobster? Catch of the day to share or a Milanese veal chop? You have to come back at regular intervals to savor its addictive dishes prepared by Executive Chef, Davide Cappuccio. Also for the warm weather kept by brigade from all over the world.
For those looking for a more discreet address, without compromising on the experience, we book the Villa Marquis Hotel located on Rue Goujon at 8y. Enterprise joining Melia group Its job is to get us to take in the pulse of the city by enjoying the destination as much as inside its 5-star hotel. While waiting to discover the Meliá London Kensington, the Hacienda del Conde in Tenerife, or the Tenuta di Artimino in Tuscany … we become aware of its Parisian ambassador.
The place is above all a historical place that has witnessed successive generations of Marquis, but also of the leading figures of the artistic and intellectual life of the capital. A rich heritage permeates the air of the house, we look differently at the sofas and the headboards and the beautiful velvets that cover the furniture: Victor Hugo, might he be sitting here? There is no doubt about the feeling in the museum. After restoring Villa Marquis from top to bottom, it wants to be the link between France and Spain. Latins who have a lot to say in welcome, in painting, in decor and atmosphere, of course.
corridor to Dos Diamond Restaurant This sunny dialogue illustrates well. We are invited to revisit everything that makes the emblem of Iberian cuisine: Cinco Jotas recipe, Gazpacho, Tapas, Patatas bravas … Dishes made even more gourmet thanks to a touch of tricolor. In the evening, the environment becomes more festive and lively, carried by the energy of foodies spreading the word and the fantastic team of lively mixologists. Back in the room for a more relaxing moment, the shower equipped with a Skinjay essential oil diffuser infuses the flavors of vanilla or rosemary from ylang-ylang.
Spice up your stay with an experience featured among the many in the hotel catalog, so you can take a round-trip helicopter ride to the Château de Cheverny (the hosts’ estate) or why play little mouse backstage at Crazy Horse…
She brainstorms, creates, and rocks! Since the arrival of Station F – France’s largest startup incubator – near the BNF, the area has been reborn with a new urban flair. So, seeing a totally excited hotel there electrifying eastern Paris was a logical continuation of that urban bustle. At the helm of this lifestyle adventure, the trio of Laurent Taïb, Jean Nouvel and Philippe Starck, one cannot help but be intrigued by this venue, which opened at the end of last year.
Parisian or not, the idea is the same: come and live the homestay experience. Futuristic and cosmopolitan Paris, TOO Hotel, a steel giant with two towers, reconnects with a sense of celebration. Located between the 17th and 27th floors, the MGallery affiliated establishment spans over 10,000 square meters and offers, on all sides, unsurpassed views of the capital, such as “A castle hanging over Paris ”, According to Philippe Starck. The Promise. The 360-degree views are literally breathtaking! When you take possession of your room, you will discover large bay windows that cancel out the exterior/interior boundaries as well as binoculars to appreciate the panorama in detail. Clinging to the clouds, the hotel’s UFO reflects light like no other place in the capital.
If Starck doesn’t sign off on the design, the show will only feature a full view of the sun playing light from dawn to dusk. The festivities continue on Very restaurant led president Benjamin Six, a really popular spot hovering at an altitude of 100 metres. Furniture made from natural materials is located in a glass cube with high ceilings strewn with “golden bars”, adding warmth to the atmosphere. The menu hides culinary surprises. We escape to Asia, to the East between two plates of hexagonal earth. Over time, the address morphs into dance floor mode at TOO TacTac Skybar that opens onto an outdoor terrace of 150 square metres. DJ sets and entertainment keep us going at night…
For more :
Saint James Paris Relais & Chateau Hotel
5 Chancellor Adenauer Square
Le Pavillon Faubourg Saint Germain Hotel
5, rue du Pré-aux-Clercs
Bvlgari Hotel Paris
30, George V Street
Villa Marquis Melia Collection
35 rue Jean Goujon
65 Bronco Street
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