Le Bristol Paris: Where Art Meets Luxury Living

Le Bristol Paris was the first of only 11 hotels in Paris to earn the "Palace" status from the French government, and here's why...
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Staying at Le Bristol Paris, which opened in 1925 and has been a five-star establishment for almost a century, means you’ll be able to immerse in the city’s most iconic destinations for art and couture. A stone’s throw away from Champs Elysées and La Madeleine Place, a key attraction of this hotel (that unveiled its full-scale renovation in October 2018) is its rooftop swimming pool, which offers views of the iconic Eiffel Tower views and a garden. It is also home to the award-wining Spa Le Bristol by La Prairie.

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Some of the rooms have even been decorated with Louis XV or Louis XVI style furniture. At the moment, there’s even an exclusive art expo suite that was designed in collaboration with French artist, Bertrand Lavier – who decorated a reception room brightly, inspired by a Walt Disney comic strip about Mickey and Minnie’s modern art museum visit.

Peek out the windows of the hotel, and you’ll find views of the hotel’s flower-filled courtyard, or the famous shopping belt of rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré. Food is another highlight, as Le Bristol Paris houses 3-Michelin star restaurant, Epicure, and the 1-Michelin star restaurant, 114 Faubourg. There is even a kids’ club, Bonpoint, that will delight both children and adults alike.

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