Paris has always had a je ne sais quoi, maybe it’s because of their chic inhabitants or the charm of the buildings, how knows. All we know is that Maison et Objet January 2018 is near and we selected 5 Best Hotels in Paris for 2018 for your perfect stay.
Le Pavillon de la Reine, has original 17th-century Versailles parquet floors, a chandelier commissioned from designer Alexander Logé exclusively for the suite, and an antique fireplace dating back more than 400 years. Every stunning detail is elegant, yet understated, these details are quite like the French themselves.
Le Royal Monceau
Philippe Starck has designed the spaces of this hotel that is full of contemporary art. The details of these rooms are simply amazing they consist of beds with buttery ivory leather headboards, and sharp, funky night tables that riff on the Art Deco grandeur of the original 1928 hotel.
Plaza Athénée is known by the red window awnings and matching flowers blooming on its Art Nouveau balconies. But after being renovated in 2014, this revered property is now also on the cutting edge of Parisian hotel design—and with the addition of a three Michelin-starred Alain Ducasse restaurant, it’s little wonder that the city’s trés chic set flocks here.
Mandarin Oriental is an ultramodern temple of style on the rue St-Honoré. Inside of this amazing hotel, you will find an all-white dining room, low-lit bar sculpted from a nine-ton block of gray Spanish marble, and guest rooms swathed in neutrals and the occasional splash of color. You will find a private bar, study, kitchen, and gym.
InterContinental Paris Le Grand
InterContinental Paris Le Grand has been around since 1862 when the building was first inaugurated as Le Grand Hotel. Since then, its reputation for grandeur, along with its prime location has made it a magnet for international royalty (Tsar Nicholas and Tsarina Alexandra, King Edward VII of England) and celebrities too.
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