Luxury Hotels in Paris

With charming streets lined with quaint cafes to famous landmarks, what is there not to love about Paris? The capital of French is the hub for experiencing the best of French culture. It has the best food, art, fashion, and architecture in the country. The Eiffel Tower is the symbol of the city with 360-degree views from its observation deck or sit in its shadows at the Champ de Mars for a leisure picnic sipping delicious French Wine.

Paris accounts for a majority of the nearly 90 million visitors to France. In addition to the Eiffel Tower, Paris is also home to the Louvre Museum, the most visited museum in the world – the Mona Lisa is breathtaking to see in person. Go on a river cruise on River Seine or shop the international fashion houses with boutiques in the 8th arrondissement. And you can’t forget the incredible culinary experiences, whether you’re eating a freshly made pastry from a local bakery or a meal by a world-renowned chef in a Michelin-starred restaurant. Below is a selection of luxury hotels that you can stay at while in Paris.

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Hotel Le Royal Monceau – Raffles – Paris

Rating: 8.9

Prices from: $4,800 AUD

Le Royal Monceau Raffles Hotel is a true oasis in the heart of the bustling city, just a few steps from the Arc de Triomphe. The name of the award-winning luxury hotel has been equal to high quality and elegance for decades. Restrained and bold in the same time, perfectly aligning the classic Parisian style with modernism.

The 5-star hotel has well-appointed rooms and suites, each with a balcony and enormous windows that make them very bright and pleasant. The elegant furnishings and walls are mainly light and pastel in color. These are perfectly complemented by a variety of carefully selected works of art and ornate table lamps.

Of course, the high-quality hotel has several upscale restaurants. Guests can also taste masterpieces of the gourmet Italian cuisine as well as traditional French delicacies and elegant Japanese specialties. Well-known for its excellent cocktails, the bar is perfect for evening chats, and the exclusive lounge offers posibility of relaxation in companion with extraordinary quality cigars and finest spirits.

It is truly unique that the hotel has a private cinema, which with its simple yet elegant furnishings fits in absolutely with the hotel’s sophisticated milieu. The enormous spa offers fully customized facial and body treatments, and the centerpiece of it is the longest swimming pool ever built in the luxurious hotels of Paris with its 23 meters.

Shangri-La – Paris

Rating: 9.3

The recently completely refurbished luxury hotel offers uniquely magnificent views of both the Eiffel Tower and the River Seine. Thanks to its perfect location, Paris’ most elegant boutique streets and main attractions are just a short walk away. Entering the Shangri-La, guests will be amazed by wonderful wrought-iron decorations and spacious interior.

The more than a hundred richly appointed rooms and suites are dominated by the mixture of classic French and simple Asian styles. The natural light flowing through the enormous windows brings the Rococo-style colors of the suites to life, and the hand-crafted furniture and accessories create an exquisite harmony.

Of course, this 5-star hotel features excellent restaurants and an upscale bar. At Shang Palace Restaurant, guests can gain a glimpse into the world of Asian fine dining, paired with world-renowned Asian hospitality and precision. The specialty of La Bauhinia restaurant, in addition to first-class food, is a huge glass dome that fills the spacious area with natural light.

Shangri-La is committed to the well-being of its guests, so a high-quality fitness room and swimming pool are available at this luxurious hotel. And in the treatment rooms, the face and body treatments are done exclusively with organic products, which beautify not only the body but also the soul.

Le Meurice – Paris

Rating: 9.4

Le Meurice opened its doors almost 2 centuries ago and its magnificent building soon became a favorite place for aristocratic guests visiting Paris. The luxury hotel is perfectly located for exploring the city, between Place de la Concorde and the world-famous Louvre, with an entrance right next to the Tuleries Garden.

The richly furnished rooms and suites are different, but each is decorated in the former style of Versailles. Comfort and elegance of bygone eras are guaranteed. Each room has a spacious and bright Italian marble bathroom with luxury care products, and most suites have a balcony overlooking the wonderful green park.

The 5-star hotel features several award-winning restaurants serving high-quality French dishes prepared with great care. Of course, intimate in-room dining is also available. Decorated with huge oil paintings, the bar offers a wide selection of fine wines and champagnes, while guests immersed in comfortable leather armchairs and listening to pleasant live jazz music.

The only Valmont Spa in Paris is located in the building of Le Meurice, which is both an exclusive spa and an elegant boutique. The spa is an island of peace in the busy city, where guests can enjoy a variety of anti-aging treatments and relaxing massage treatments by expert hands in luxurious private rooms.

The Peninsula – Paris

Rating: 9.4

The Peninsula is located in the heart of the City of Light, just a short walk from the Arc de Triomphe, the Bois de Boulogne, and the city’s most elegant shopping streets. Entering the luxury hotel, guests can admire a huge sculpture in the lobby, made of about 40,000 golden leaves, which will amaze everyone without exception.

The 5-star hotel has 200 spacious and bright rooms, almost half of which are suites. The elegance of the well-appointed rooms and suites lies in their simplicity and modern décor. Carefully selected materials and handmade accessories exude luxury and comfort. Of course, guests can choose a rooftop suite with a separate garden and extraordinary views of Paris.

The Peninsula’s grandiose building features 6 restaurants and bars, offering the guests the possibility of indoor and outdoor dining. The L’Oiseau Blanc offers direct views of the Eiffel Tower. The Le Rooftop bar offers a 360-degree panorama, where guests can enjoy the beautiful Parisian sunsets while sipping excellent cocktails and drinks.

The Peninsula Spa is Paris’ largest luxurious hotel spa. A variety of relaxing and refreshing face and body treatments are available in an intimate environment. Private and VIP couple’s suites are also can be used, and in addition to the two vitality pools, there is an indoor 20-meter pool and a fitness room to stay in shape.

Le Bristol – Paris

Rating: 9.5

Prices from: $1,584 AUD

A few steps from the main sights of Paris, Le Bristol luxury hotel has been welcoming guests for about a century in a breathtaking environment. The area itself is full of elegance, with the boutiques of renowned designers like Pierre Cardin and Louboutin in the neighborhood. Le Bristol fits perfectly into this elegant atmosphere of the City of Light.

Le Bristol was one of the first hotels in France to be awarded the title of palace. Its interior also represents this upscale standard with its bright and large rooms, which are furnished by everything the guests may need but are not overcrowded, the balance is perfect. Some of the spacious suites overlook Montmartre, and suites with an outdoor spa can be rented as well.

The 5-star hotel has 5 restaurants and bars, each offering a different but exquisite experience. The restaurants with several Michelin stars serve French specialties in impeccable quality in an elegant setting. In the spacious courtyard guests can dine in the lush garden among fragrant roses and under the starry sky.

The eight-room spa offers a wide range of facial and body treatments using cosmetics made of 100% natural ingredients. A unique feature of Le Bristol is the extraordinary rooftop swimming pool, located on the sixth floor of the palace. Both the pool and the outdoor sun terrace offer panoramic views of Paris.

Hotel Alfred Sommier – Paris

Rating: 8.9

Prices from: $446 AUD

This truly upscale 5-star hotel was originally a 19th-century family home in the heart of Paris’s business district. The hotel is a short walk from the world-famous luxury shopping street, Avenue des Champs-Elysées, The Opéra Garnier and several theaters, guaranteeing cultural relaxation for hotel guests.

The luxury hotel offers 80 well-appointed rooms and suites with comfort like home. The marble floors and stairs provide a truly imposing sight. Some suites have a fireplace and a balcony, while the rooms have oak floors, gilded mirrors and furnishings to further enhance the sense of elegance of bygone times.

The hotel’s highly sophisticated restaurant, Les Caryatides, pays great attention to the use of seasonal ingredients. Antique patterned porcelain tableware provides a feeling of homeliness and elegance. The bar with a huge glass roof overlooks the beautiful garden, and the exclusive red velvet chairs inside are a testament to true comfort and luxury.

The quiet and spacious garden is admired by three paintings about 14 meters high, and the lounges can be rented together for business meals, weddings and other private events. For more active relaxation, there is also a well-equipped fitness room in the building.

Hotel Plaza Athenee – Paris

Rating: 9.2

Located in the Golden Triangle of Paris, Hôtel Plaza Athénée is one of the city’s most renowned luxury hotels. Its richly decorated balconies are a true delight to the eye. The extraordinary hotel is on the famous Avenue Montaigne, next to shops such as Dior, Prada, Louis Vuitton and Chanel, all of which are among the most luxurious fashion brands of the world.

The 5-star hotel’s richly appointed rooms and suites also reflect this luxury and elegance. Polished marble floors and huge, sparkling chandeliers welcome guests in the lobby, and sophistication also plays a key role in the furnishings of the rooms. Silk-covered armchairs, carefully selected, elegant furnishings and works of art serve to recharge the body and soul.

The hotel has five excellent restaurants and bars where guests can taste the delicacies of classic French gastronomy accompanied by excellent drinks. Away from the noise of the city, in an environment surrounded by greenery. Its discreet and elegant restaurants await guests with classic décor for a pleasant meal or even just a simple afternoon tea, which is not an everyday experience in this setting.

Its spacious ballroom regularly hosts events and glamorous weddings, which further brighten the events with its decoration of the 1950s. Of course, one of the most luxurious hotels in Paris also has a spa area, where you can pamper your tired body and soul with upscale beauty products.

Hotel de Crillon – Paris

Rating: 9.5

Prices from: $1,552 AUD

Hotel de Crillon is an imposing building located in the heart of Paris, on the Place de La Concorde. With its perfect location and exquisite services, it is considered one of the most renowned 5-star hotels in the city. The Tuleries Garden, the Louvre and the Orsay Museum are just a short walk away. The world-famous fashion and design streets surround the hotel, and the building itself fits perfectly into this environment with its elegance and artistic value.

The luxury hotel has 124 richly appointed rooms and suites. Each rooms has marble floors and spacious marble bathrooms, while the elegant furnishings are perfectly complemented by a variety of works of art. Real specialties are the 10 signature suites designed by Karl Lagerfeld, which, like the 18th-century Parisian apartments, are decorated with antiques and carefully chosen objects d’art.

In Hotel de Crillon, several dining options are available to guests. They can taste the delicacies of timeless French cuisine in a traditional yet modern setting, both on the outdoor terrace and in the indoor dining areas. There is a separate lounge dedicated to the world-famous French pastry creations and the hotel bar serves excellent wines, champagne and cocktails.

Guests have access to an unusual pool decorated with 17,600 gold scales, which provides a truly extraordinary sight. Of course they can also use the steam room and sauna, as well as the resting area with a Himalayan salt wall. Luxurious massages and beauty treatments are available at the hotel’s spa.

Mandarin Oriental – Paris

The 5-star hotel, Mandarin Oriental, is located in the fashion district of Paris, just a short walk from the world-famous Avenue des Champs-Elysées. For nature and culture lovers, the good news is that from the Mandarin Oriental you are just a few minutes’ walk from the Tuleires Garden and the Louvre. The nearby banks of the Seine River are an inexhaustible source of evening romantic walks.

The luxury hotel has 138 well-appointed rooms and suites, each with completely unique décor. Sophisticated and elegant furnishing is perfectly complemented by traditional and contemporary Asian decor features. Each room has a spacious bathroom with all necessary amenities and luxury toiletries and some suites also have a terrace with exceptional views of Paris.

Tranquility and refreshment is provided by the large indoor garden and the two-storey spa and wellness complex. In addition to holistic treatments and various massage programs, the spa offers extraordinary quality beauty treatments. The steam room and indoor pool fit perfectly with the concept of elegance and Asian comfort that Mandarin Oriental offers.

Of course, the hotel also offers in-room dining. There are several different breakfasts to choose from, as well as classic European or exotic Asian dishes. For daytime consumption, there is a bar with a huge terrace and two impeccable restaurants where guests can enjoy multi-course gourmet cuisine in a unique environment. A welcome drink on arrival strengthens the connection between Asian hospitality and Parisian sophistication.

Four Seasons Hotel George V – Paris

One of the most elegant luxury hotels in Paris is the Four Seasons Hotel George V, built in Art Deco style in the 1920s. It is located in the Golden Triangle of Paris, known worldwide for its high-end boutiques and upscale shopping facilities. Just a few meters from the hotel is the deservedly famous Avenue des Champs-Elysées, where you can find all the accessories of the sophisticated French way of life.

The hotel’s spacious rooms are all well-appointed. Luxury bath products, minibar and safe are standard in every room, while the comfortable and elegant furnishings guarantee perfect relaxation. Suites have balconies with lavish views of the Eiffel Tower and many of Paris’ attractions including the romantic streets of the city center.

The 5-star hotel has three magnificent restaurants, which are, without exception, of the highest standard, as evidenced by a total of 5 Michelin stars. Their excellent Mediterranean and traditional French dishes are among the best in Paris. There is also an extraordinary selection of wines and champagnes, which are the perfect complement to the dinners and satisfying all needs.

The 720-square-meter spa offers all the services you need, like wide variety of massages, facial, body and hair treatments. Maximum relaxation is guaranteed by the 30-degree-Celsius water vitality pool and marble and mosaic-tiled bath. The 17-meter pool also offers swimming lessons and water aerobics on request.

Paris is the ultimate romantic escape destination. With a culture based around the finer things in life – food, wine, coffee and conversation – Paris is a city of light made for lovers. Like all European cities, Paris has a reputation for being expensive. But it need not be. Whether you are visiting Paris to celebrate a special occasion, or to create a new one, you’ll find plenty of budget options available: from belle epoch apartments in narrow 8th Arrondissement lanes, to ultra-modern penthouses with eye-watering views of the city. And wherever you find yourselves in Paris, your luxury hotel will just be the starting point.

The iconic landmarks of Paris are familiar to everyone who has ever seen a Jason Bourne car chase or the bright colours of of a Monet painting. But the real Paris lies in the street-level, day-to-day world of Parisians. As you explore the city, you and your lover can sip coffee and nibble petit fours in tiny back-street cafes, walk arm-in-arm along the Seine, and watch the sunset turn the sky scarlet behind the cathedral of Sacre Coeur. And as night falls over Paris, you can write and other chapter in own story, as you find yourselves alive in the City of Light.