Located on the doorstep of top Parisian fashion houses is one of the city’s most iconic hotels. Le Bristol Paris on Faubourg Saint-Honoré exudes old-world glamour.
The hotel opened in 1925 and during the Roaring Twenties played host to all the big names from Chanel to Picasso. This grand dame within the luminous French capital is the epitome of chic and was the first hotel in France to receive the title Palace. Spread out between the main building and the Matignon wing, the 190 rooms and suites are light and spacious, with views of the skyline punctuated by the Eiffel Tower.
Rooms are decorated with Louis XV- and Louis XVI-era furnishings, original artworks, and designer fabrics, many in the hotel's signature pink and green hues. As many of the rooms have connecting doors there is plenty of space for all the family. The largest suite in the hotel is the Imperial Suite furnished by prestigious French firm Taillardat and embellished with embroidered and damask fabrics by Colony. Overlooking the hotel’s flower-filled garden, the dining area can sit up to 12 guests.
Le Bristol Paris is in possession of four Michelin stars. Chef Eric Frechon's legendary Epicure has earned three for its impeccable fine dining, while the more casual 114 Faubourg serves one-star-awarded menus around an open kitchen. Le Bristol’s Afternoon Tea has become a Parisian institution. You can indulge in seasonal classics crafted to perfection.
The retro-rooftop pool that resembles the prow of a sailing boat was designed by the architect of Onassis’ yacht. Located on the sixth floor, it has clear views over the city from its outdoor sundeck. The spa uses treatments using the high-performance La Prairie and all-natural Tata Harper lines.
The hotel has now launched Le Bristol’s L’H3ritage Club an intimate members-only world for people who appreciate the finer things in life.