Those visiting Paris are looking for a luxurious, historic, glamorous hotel stay that you see in the movies. Luckily, travelers don’t have to look too hard to find hotels in Paris that are steeped in luxury.
The luxury hotel scene in Paris has never been more exciting. Between historic properties and brand-new buildings, there’s a huge variety of choices for travelers to stay where it suits them best. Depending on your preferences with luxurious amenities (Michelin-starred restaurant, spa, outdoor space, pool, boutique room design) the world is your oyster as a guest of Paris, France.
Here are some of the most luxurious hotel stays in Paris:
Hôtel Plaza Athénée
This stunning and historic hotel opened its doors in 1913 to travelers from around the world. Hotel Plaza Athénée has had ties to the fashion industry since its early days when Dior would frequently name collections after the hotel. Inspired by the fashionable connections, fashionistas and pop culture lovers will recognize this hotel as being featured in Sex and the City and The Devil Wears Prada. The interior of the hotel boasts a classic but contemporary style that will keep the luxury feel throughout your stay.
Most popular amenities: Parking Free WiFiFamily rooms Spa Non-smoking rooms Pet friendly Bar
The Peninsula Paris
This hotel, constructed in 1908, sat empty for decades before being transformed into one of Paris’s newest Palace-grade hotels. This hotel has an airy, bright, cream-coloured palette that’s accented by some of its original decorative aspects. This hotel also has five restaurants or spaces to dine within its walls – meaning that you can always have a gourmet snack or cocktail available at your fingertips.
Most popular amenities: 1 swimming pool Non-smoking rooms Fitness centerFacilities for disabled guests Spa Pet friendly Restaurant BarVery Good Breakfast
Park Hyatt Paris Vendome
This coveted location brings the cityscape of Paris right to your doorstep. The Part Hyatt Paris overlooks the fashionable Rue de la Paix and is within walking distance to some historic sightseeing gems like the Place Vendôme and Opéra Garnier. This is one of the most distinct and stunning luxury hotels in terms of architecture and design in the city. The interior is lavish, sensual, and features some engaging social areas throughout the building in addition to gorgeous suites. The hotel also features stunning bars and restaurants including Le Pur which holds a Michelin star rating.
Most popular amenities: Non-smoking rooms Fitness centerFacilities for disabled guests Spa Pet friendly RestaurantTea/Coffee Maker in All Rooms BarGood Breakfast
Le Royale Monceau Raffles Paris
Just a short distance away from the Arc de Triomphe and the Champs Elysées, this luxury hotel has an unmatched vibrancy and elegance. The design itself is contemporary and features a cinema and an exclusive private art collection. Talk about some luxurious amenities! Le Royale Monceau Raffles Paris also features memorable dining experiences that range from Italian to Japanese cuisine.
Most popular amenities: 1 swimming pool Non-smoking rooms Fitness centerFacilities for disabled guests Spa Pet friendly Restaurant BarExceptional Breakfast
This hotel was opened in 1898 by César Ritz as the “most innovative hotel in Paris”. It was the first to feature electricity, private bathrooms, and lifts. While it was innovative at the time, this hotel has since aged beautifully and has kept many of its original features including gold swan taps. The Ritz Paris embodies old luxury in a new French world.
Most popular amenities: 1 swimming pool Non-smoking rooms Fitness centerFacilities for disabled guests Spa Pet friendly Restaurant Bar
A trip to Paris itself is a way to embody luxury through life’s simplest pleasures. The city is studded with breath-taking architecture, stunning fashions, and mouth-watering gourmet dining experiences. If you’re lucky enough to stay at any one of these stunning luxury hotels during your travels – soak it in. If these are on your travel bucket list, remember that the essence of Parisian luxury isn’t defined by what hotel you stay at!