- Located on the prestigious Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, Hotel Le Bristol is at the heart of Paris’ fashion and arts district, where it has been welcoming esteemed guests since 1925.
- The first ‘palace hotel’ in France, Hotel Le Bristol has garnered a fantastic reputation since its opening in 1925.
- The world-renowned Epicure is one of Paris’ very best restaurants, with 3 Michelin stars.
- Le Bristol boasts a panoramic rooftop swimming pool with views over the city.
- Bathed in sunlight, the airy Spa Le Bristol by La Prairie has the first Banya in Paris, and rooms with private terraces overlooking a garden.
- New last year are two signature suites, including a palace-style 3,400-square foot two-bedroom suite with a 12-seat dining room, lounge and walk-in closet.
- Le Bar du Bristol was voted the best bar in the world in 2013, and offers a combination of classical and modern design to welcome visitors from Paris and around the world.
- The “114 Faubourg”, the hotel’s luxury brasserie, also holds one Michelin star for its classic dishes paying homage to terroir, in refined yet relaxed surroundings.
EXCLUSIVE LUXE VOYAGER VIP BENEFITS & BEST PRICE
We negotiate rates & benefits for our clients directly with the hotels’ senior management. Our rates match or in many cases are lower than the best online rate for the property. Our clients also enjoy a suite of extra VIP privileges and recognition while staying at a partner hotel.
- Complimentary room upgrade on arrival.
- Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
- Up to $100 dining or spa credit per stay, and or in-house dining / spa discounts.
- Welcome amenities (wine/chocolates/fruit) and card from the GM.
- Complimentary private airport transfers.
- Complimentary roll-away bed if required.
- Early check-in and late check-out.
- Complimentary Wi-Fi.
- Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.
A complete or partial suite of VIP benefits will be offered, subject to the property T&C, including availability, category of room & length of stay.
The Loire Valley is steeped in history and is home to magnificent chateaux, pretty timber villages and the longest river in France. Enjoy a private guided visit of two of the region’s most impressive chateaux and gardens on this private day trip.
Explore the City of Lights in this extensive tour, and discover some of Paris’ highlights. From the city’s most famous landmarks to its hidden, winding streets, this tour will paint a picture of Paris life, both past and present.
Let little ones experience the joys of Paris with a fun and adventurous scavenger hunt! Solve riddles, complete tasks and earn points to try and reach the treasure at the end. Visit Paris’ famous landmarks and work together as a family to solve the clues!
Set sail on the Seine in your very own private cruise along one of the most famous rivers in the world. Cruise past all the highlights of Paris and have a unique opportunity to see the city from a different perspective.
Create lasting memories of your holiday with an exclusive private photography experience. With the help of a professional photographer, capture the perfect moment while you enjoy your romantic break, family holiday or honeymoon.
Located on the prestigious Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, Hotel Le Bristol is at the heart of Paris’ fashion and arts district, where it has been welcoming esteemed guests since 1925. The first ‘palace hotel’ in France, Hotel Le Bristol has garnered a fantastic reputation since its opening in 1925. Le Bristol has perfected its high-quality and discreet service, and has won a host of awards for its accommodation, spa and restaurants. Situated in the exclusive 8th arrondissement, Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré is one of Paris’ most distinguished shopping streets, housing the boutiques of Christian Lacroix, Givenchy and Dolce & Gabbana, to name but a few.
With views over Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré and the Jardin Français, tall windows and a muted palette, rooms at Le Bristol are bright and airy, and some of the most spacious in Paris. Antique furnishings in the Louis XV and XVI styles, combined with the soft hues of the colour schemes create a feeling of classical Parisian elegance and sophistication. Magnificent suites feel like refined, traditional Parisian apartments, and some offer spectacular views of the Eiffel Tower. Dining at Le Bristol is fantastic, and guests are spoilt for choice. A large garden of 1200 sqm, this is the perfect place to relax with a drink, light lunch, or more substantial meal.
The rooms are huge for Paris, with a standard double measuring the same size as many Parisians’ apartments. The design is traditional, even a touch fusty for some tastes (think floral bedspreads, grand curtains and antique furniture). Don’t expect: slick contemporary lines or tech bells and whistles. Do expect: supremely comfortable king-sized beds, plush carpets, as well as marble bathrooms with heated floors and powerful rain showers. Many rooms have gorgeous views on to the interior courtyard, with its white wood trellises and sculptures. The layout is maze-like. If you get lost (apparently a regular occurance) you can always call reception from one of the many phones in the corridor.
Is it their 485 square feet of space or their refined interiors that earn these rooms the title Deluxe? These spacious rooms can be extended with additional adjoining rooms to accommodate the whole family in the greatest comfort. While each room is unique, all offer bright interiors decorated with original Louis XV and Louis XVI-period furniture and engravings, original paintings (reproductions are strictly prohibited at Le Bristol Paris, which is owned by a family of art collectors). Fabrics are designed by Frey, Canovas and Brunschwig and the vast marble bathrooms have a separate shower and twin basins. Windows open onto a calm courtyard or the chic boutiques of the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. Settling into a Deluxe Room conveys the delightful impression of taking possession of a luxurious Paris pied à terre on one of the city’s most prestigious streets. Très chic, très French, completely Le Bristol Paris.
When our guests discover their rooms, they are immediately struck by the generosity of the living space and bathrooms. And indeed, with a luminous 430 square feet of space, rooms at Le Bristol Paris are among the most capacious in the city in their category. Large and exquisitely refined, the mix of precious materials, soft pastel hues of pale violet, blue and rose, and the delicacy and grace of Louis XV and Louis XVI furniture together convey a harmonious elegance.
Deluxe Room with Garden View
Is it their 485 square feet of space or their refined interiors that earn these rooms the title Deluxe? These spacious rooms can be extended with additional adjoining rooms to accommodate the whole family in the greatest comfort. While each room is unique, all offer bright interiors decorated with original Louis XV and Louis XVI-period furniture and engravings, original paintings, mirrors and fabrics designed by Frey, Canovas and Brunschwig – as well as offering an incredible view of the hotel’s exquisite French garden. Settling into a Deluxe Room with Garden view conveys the delightful impression of taking possession of a luxurious Paris pied à terre.
There are some little pleasures that only Paris can offer: pleasant hours wandering along the shops of the elegant Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré; turning one’s key in the door of a Prestige Room at Le Bristol Paris. The warm, elegant and serene atmosphere discerned at first glance is as irresistible as the surrounding boutique windows. Bright, sumptuous fabrics by Canovas and Thorp of London enhance the ambiance. Views onto our quiet courtyards and over that epitome of Parisian chic, the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, satisfy even the most demanding guests. From the comfortable sitting area’s elegant array of Louis XV and Louis XVI-period furnishings to the vast marble bathrooms with a separate shower and twin basins, each Prestige Room is unique.
Luxury Le Bristol style.
The 592-square-foot Junior Suites combine spaciousness and the cozy charm of a typical Parisian décor. These bright rooms express the grace of Louis XV and Louis XVI-period furniture with elegant lines, beautiful fabrics by Frey and Rubelli, Paris’s most prestigious designers, and paintings rich with history. Though the sitting area can easily accommodate an extra bed, a large family can also connect a Junior Suite with a Deluxe Room. The bathrooms have twin basins and a separate shower. Tall windows face our quiet interior terraces or the elegant shops of the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. Welcome home.
Junior Suite With Garden View
Our 592 sq ft Junior Suites With a Garden View combine spaciousness and the cosy charm of classic Parisian décor. These bright rooms express the grace of Louis XV and Louis XVI-period furniture with elegant lines, beautiful fabrics by Frey and Rubelli, Paris’s most prestigious designers, and paintings rich with history. The bathroom has a separate shower and twin basins, and while the sitting area can easily accommodate an extra bed, a large family can also connect a Junior Suite With a Garden View with a Deluxe Room. Tall windows face our magnificent French garden.
Deluxe Junior Suite
The Deluxe Junior Suites offer the charm and sophistication of an 805-square-foot Parisian apartment, overlooking the Castellane room’s glass dome orthe Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. The entrance has a surprise: a vast dressing room – an essential element at this distinguished address in the heart of the Faubourg’s famously elegant boutiques. Marble bathrooms offer a separate shower and twin basins. Each Junior Suite is unique. With exquisite floral-print fabrics by Canovas, rosewood chests with refined lines, each offers its own interpretation of the Parisian elegance that is the soul of Le Bristol. Separate from the sitting area, the bedroom is entirely dedicated to uninterrupted rest.
Prestige Junior Suite
Prestige Junior Suites offer the charm and sophistication of an 805-square-foot Parisian apartment, overlooking the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré from a large furnished balcony. The entrance has a surprise: a vast dressing room – an essential element at this distinguished address in the heart of the Faubourg’s famously elegant boutiques. Each Prestige Junior Suite is unique. With exquisite floral-print fabrics by Canovas, rosewood chests with refined lines and antique artworks, each offers its own interpretation of the Parisian elegance that is the soul of Le Bristol. Separate from the sitting area, the bedroom is entirely dedicated to uninterrupted rest, while the bathroom has a separate shower and twin basins.
Our expansive 970-square-foot Deluxe Suites display the most exquisite works of art: French master paintings, the finest sculptures and Louis XV or Louis XVI furniture in a refined space in the softest tones. Fabrics from the most prestigious houses offer a harmony conducive to total well-being. The suites have a separate sitting area with its own entrance and a vastbedroom. Deluxe Suites overlook the beautiful 12,900-square-foot French garden or the Hotel’s quiet inner courtyard. Light-marble bathrooms have twin basins and a separate shower. These already spacious suites can be connected with a Deluxe Room to accommodate a family in the greatest comfort. Our guests will feel right at home here, while enjoying the exceptional service of a prestigious Parisian Palace.
Saint Honoré Suite
The Saint-Honoré Suite offers 1,185 square feet of French sophistication. Beautiful, delicately rendered rooms in lustrous celadon or azure are furnished with inlaid Louis XV cabriolet armchairs upholstered in fine Rubelli print fabrics and feature French master paintings. The suite’s high ceilings and large windows let in generous streams of light. It has a separate sitting area and a vast dressing room as well as two bathrooms, each with a separate shower and twin basins. The Saint-Honoré Suite can also be connected with two other Superior Rooms to create a single 2,155-square-foot apartment.
A jewel box of silk, cashmere and precious materials, featuring photographs taken at the hotel of Josephine Baker, an habitué of Le Bristol Paris. The suite is located on the 7th floor at the top of the hotel, the light is generous with views of the Eiffel Tower and Paris rooftops. The 1925 Suite measures 753 square feet and can be connected to a Junior Suite to create a single 1,259-square-foot apartment.
Your own soothing refuge above the rooftops of Paris, the Terrace Suite is rare indeed. Located on the hotel’s fifth floor, with a bird’s-eye view of the magnificent French garden below, it offers the ultimate luxury: an immense flower-filled terrace – your own private garden above the rooftops of Paris. Inside, the luxury of this Parisian apartment is truly impressive. Everything is about spaciousness and light, elegance and refinement. In the graceful living room, a dining area invites you and up to six guests to discover the gastronomic cuisine of three-star chef Eric Frechon. The bedroom’s atmosphere is calm and soothing, designed so that nothing will disturb your sleep, and there are two bathrooms, each with a separate shower and twin basins.
Terrace Suite with Jacuzzi
Your own soothing refuge above the rooftops of Paris, the Terrace Suite is rare indeed. Located on the hotel’s sixth floor, with a bird’s-eye view of the magnificent French garden below, it offers the ultimate luxury: an immense flower-filled terrace – your own private garden above the rooftops of Paris, equipped with a private Jacuzzi. Inside, the luxury of this Parisian apartment is truly impressive. Everything is about spaciousness and light, elegance and refinement. In the graceful living room, a dining area invites you and up to six guests to discover the gastronomic cuisine of three-star chef Eric Frechon. The bedroom’s atmosphere is calm and soothing, designed so that nothing will disturb your sleep, and there are two bathrooms, each with a separate shower and twin basins.
On the Palace’s seventh floor, the Penthouse Suite overlooks the magnificent French garden, the dome of the Church of Saint-Augustin and the Hotel’s quiet interior courtyard. The suite’s private terrace is an irresistible invitation to enjoy lunch or dinner outdoors while appreciating superb views over the rooftops of Paris. Entirely redecorated in 2014, the 2,155-square-foot Empire-style suite is adorned with the dazzling luxury of precious silks and velvets from the most illustrious designers. The suite comprises a sitting room with a majestic marble fireplace, an elegant private dining room, a study and a large bedroom. One to three additional bedrooms, two of which are duplexes, can connect to the Penthouse Suite to create the unique comfort of a 3,765-square-foot private residence at the heart of Le Bristol Paris. All the bathrooms are fitted with a separate shower and twin basins.
The whole city stretches out before you: Montmartre, the Opéra Garnier, Sacré Cœur…the City of Light is yours. Renovated in 2014 in shades of celadon green, ivory and honey, the suite exudes a discrete charm, with a pretty flower-filled terrace that echoes the garden below. The suite is decorated with French master paintings and Louis XV furniture in rare woods. It includes a large dressing room that will delight fashionistas visiting Paris and a private staircase. This Parisian apartment offers the luxury of a dining room for up to six guests to enjoy the finest dinners in the most exquisite décor. The suite can connect to a second bedroom to provide a maximum surface area of 2,150 square feet. It was in the extraordinary setting of Le Bristol Paris’ Panoramic Suite that Woody Allen chose to shoot scenes for his movie “Midnight in Paris”.
Just like the city whose name it bears, this lavish suite is a pinnacle of style. Richly decorated with Louis XV and Louis XVI-period furniture, the sitting room is clad with embroidered silks in vibrant shades of yellow, blue and red from the prestigious designer Colefax, while the gorgeous bedroom is draped in gold moiré by Thorp of London. Located on the hotel’s sixth floor, on the corner of Avenue Matignon and the famous Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, the Paris Suite offers breathtaking views of the City of Light and the Eiffel Tower from its wraparound wrought-iron balcony. The suite’s private dining room invites you to enjoy Le Bristol Paris’s exceptional cuisine conceived by Chef Frechon for a truly unparalleled experience. The suite’s bathroom has twin basins and a steam room. An additional bedroom can connect to the Paris Suite to create a splendid total surface area of 2,110 square feet.
The magnificent 3,230-square-foot Royal Suites are a striking example of French style at its most elegant. Adorned with Louis XV and Louis XVI-period furniture, antique prints and precious silks, these apartments’ evoke the refinement of a private 18th-century town house and overlook the vast French garden orthe Palace’s quiet flower-filled interior courtyard. In addition to sitting roomsdecorated with antique woodwork by Féau and Canovas damask linens, the Royal Suites include a dining area that accommodates up to 12 guests to enjoy Chef Eric Frechon’s gastronomic cuisine. The bathroom, all in light Carrara marble with a separate shower and twin basins, conceals the delightful secret of a private steam room.
The Honeymoon Suite on Le Bristol’s eighth and top floor offers panoramic views overlooking the capital’s most beautiful monuments and a charm that is unequalled at Le Bristol Paris. Featuring chevron-patterned oak-parquet floors and romantic views from dormer windows andits several balconies, the suite’s exceptional luxury offers a haven for lovers. This 1,905-square-foot accommodation comprises an enormous sitting room with ivory-hued walls and an elegant bedroom in muted tones punctuated with flowered chintz. This exceptionally bright suite offers two walk-in closets and an interconnecting bathroom with a shower-steam room and a spacious bath. The suite can be supplemented with a second bedroom, in tones of champagne and red with breathtaking views of the Eiffel Tower, to form a 2,530-square-foot private apartment overlooking the prestigious Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. The suite includes its own kitchen, where our chefs can prepare an elegant candlelit dinner designed by three-star chef Eric Frechon. A suite sure to make you fall in lovewith Le Bristol Paris.
The 3,475-square-foot Imperial Suite is the largest suite at Le Bristol. In the entrance, a honey-colored parquet floor in a chevron pattern sets the tone. Everything in this suite conveys elegance and comfort: the sitting room, handsomely furnished by the prestigious French firm Taillardat and embellished with sumptuous embroidered and damask fabrics by Colony, conveys a refined atmosphere illustrative of the classic French style. The dining area, overlooking the hotel’s French garden, can accommodate up to 12 guests for exclusive dinners prepared under the guidance of three-star chef Eric Frechon. Flooded with natural light, the main bedroom is decorated in floral tones by Canovas and Veraseta and features a sitting area, two large dressing rooms and a 270-square-foot bathroom in pink Aurora marble, enhanced with grey-blue cabochons from the Savoie region of France, equipped with a shower-steam roomand a bath for moments of total well-being. A second 323-square-foot bedroom, furnished with sky-blue floral fabrics from Canovas,completes this unique suite.
Le Bristol is home to one of Paris’ very best restaurants with three Michelin stars. Eric Frechon is the multi-award-winning chef who received the prestigious third Michelin Star in March 2009 and was awarded ‘Chef of the Year’ by ‘Le Chef’ magazine the same year. His restaurant Epicure is elegant and sophisticated, and food can also be enjoyed out in the Jardin Français. Using high-quality local ingredients, Frechon creates unique and unusual combinations for a truly unique gastronomic experience. The “114 Faubourg”, the hotel’s luxury brasserie, also holds one Michelin star for its classic dishes paying homage to terroir, in refined yet relaxed surroundings. Le Bar du Bristol was voted the best bar in the world in 2013, and offers a combination of classical and modern design to welcome visitors from Paris and around the world.
At Epicure, our celebrated chef Eric Frechon, who holds three Michelin stars, has created a temple of gastronomy that is absolutely French. His macaroni stuffed with black truffle, artichoke and duck foie gras, gratinéed with aged Parmesan is an unforgettable dish that people travel to Paris to experience. Epicure restaurant can be enjoyed every day of the year, with tables laid in an exquisite garden setting throughout the summer. Epicure has been appointed for the third consecutive year with the “Grand Award” in Wine Spectator’s 2018 Awards, for its outstanding wine collection.
Awarded a Michelin star in 2013, 114 Faubourg has established a loyal clientele who make it their Parisian dining room. Showcasing the extraordinary cuisine of world-renowned chef Eric Frechon, this smart but relaxed two-floor space is energised by an open-plan kitchen. The warm and exuberant atmosphere is further nurtured by charismatic restaurant director Patrice Jeanne.
Sumptuously decorated with frescoed walls and crystal chandeliers, Café Antonia reflects a more spontaneous side of Parisian life, where you can enjoy casual and elegant refreshments any time of day. The deft influence of Chef Eric Frechon is evident throughout the menu.
Le Jardin Français
Le Jardin Français is a rare jewel in the heart of Paris – a place where guests can drink and dine amidst fresh greenery and fragrant roses. Our exquisitely pretty garden is a delightful place to enjoy a menu overseen by legendary chef Eric Frechon, with inspired desserts, or revive after shopping with a tisane or light lunch, shaded beneath a white parasol. From 5:30 pm. we begin cocktail hour, attentive barmen bring a mobile Le Bar du Bristol to your garden seat. Drinks are accompanied by irresistible Eric Frechon tapas with King Crab Rolls and Spicy Ketchup or Tempura-style shrimp.
Le Bar du Bristol
Le Bar du Bristol welcomes a Parisian and international clientele in a setting that combines classicism and modernity. Our alchemist Head Barman, gives each cocktail an original signature, custom-made for our guests with precise measures and the ritual of a flawless execution. For his part, chef Eric Frechon has designed a tapas assortment with a three-star signature!
The spa, backing on to a courtyard garden, offers a range of treatments including luxurious personalised massages. The indoor rooftop pool is a treat.
On the 6th floor, made of teak and glass like the most magnificent 19th century yachts, the swimming pool opens onto a vast solarium taking in all of Paris, styled as the prow of a yacht.
Spa Le Bristol by La Prairie is fresh with daylight and opens onto a pleasant interior garden. There are eight treatment rooms, some with private balcony terrace, including a Russian Banïya and a couple suite. Therapists are reassuring in their expertise and will quickly understand your needs and stress points. Treatments begin with the Eucalyptus steam room, to relax and soothe limbs in preparation for therapy and are concluded with a ginger, lemon and honey infusion for a final boost to the immune system, leaving both serene and revitalized. Spa staff entertain young children in the Kids Club so you can relax entirely in the spa. Head to the interior rooftop pool, whose design was inspired by 19th century yachts. There’s a hair salon for the finishing touches as well as a fitness.
There is a small balcony for use in the summer season, and a fitness centre adjacent to the pool.