- Art Deco to the core, five-star Prince de Galles is a très belle artistic ode to 1920s Paris. Original floor mosaics in the exotic courtyard garden and rooms fashioned by contemporary French designer Pierre-Yves Rochon sparkle like new. Gastronomic dining is with one of the city’s few female Michelin-starred chefs.
- Striking 1930s black-and-white Vogue photographs (more than 500 images) are hung on the walls of the corridors — they set a consistent art deco tone.
- Adding to the retro vibe are the black marble floors, rich fabrics, deep ebony furnishings with pops of color and flash, as well as a magnificent painting from Tamara de Lempicka, a famous art deco artist.
- Steps up from the fitness center entrance (complimentary for hotel guests) and past a few decorative statues is the private spa, dubbed the Wellness Suite, featuring a beautiful mosaic-tiled steam bath.
- Explore the City of Lights in style with one of the exceptional experiences put together by the Paris hotel’s Les Clefs d’Or concierge team.
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 Prince de Galles, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Paris is within walking distance of historical landmarks, including the Arc de Triomphe and the Champs-Elysées, and is located in the heart of Paris on Avenue George V. Experience the most beautiful avenue of the “City of Lights” and the exclusive local boutiques such as Dior, Cartier, Louis Vuitton, Channel or Bulgari while discovering the exceptional treasures of Paris.
Our concierge team can propose you to discover the City of Lights and its surroundings in a Bentley car. Enjoy the British way of life for a few hours, live like an English gentleman or lady without leaving Paris.
116 Av. des Champs-Élysées
0.3 miles W from hotel
12 Avenue George V
0.5 miles E from hotel
Prince de Galles, legendary jewel of the Parisian Art Deco movement, is a 5-star hotel in the Luxury Collection. Since its inception in 1929, the Prince de Galles has stood out as a beacon of sophistication and grace in Paris. The hotel is located on Avenue George V, a 5-minute walk from the Champs Elysées and Avenue Montaigne, as well as some of the most celebrated landmarks including the Arc de Triomphe and the Eiffel Tower. Experience the art of living in timeless elegance with us and stay in one of our 115 fully equipped rooms or 44 luxury suites. During your stay, indulge yourself in our Wellness Suite including massages and hammam or choose in-room spa services. A 24/7 Fitness Centre is available for your use.
Open since 1928, Prince de Galles, A Luxury Collection Hotel has long been a bastion of art deco luxury on the elegant Avenue George V in the 8th arrondissement of Paris. Renovated in 2013 and meticulously restored by master designer Pierre-Yves Rochon, the hotel showcases its art deco theme in the spacious reception area, lobby and throughout its eight floors. Between Parisian adventures, sip on sophisticated cocktails in the opulent Bar Les Heures or soak up some sunshine in the airy courtyard that has views of magnificently restored mosaics and towering palm trees.
The eight floors ensnare 115 rooms and 44 suites, ranging in size from average to penthouse with 360-degree skyline panorama. Wall mirrors make clever use of space and customised desk, generous fitted cupboards and sleek coffee table are crafted in a deliciously rich and glossy Macassar ebony evocative of 1920s Paris. Pale taupe walls and drapes offset the occasional vivid orange, soft jade or sapphire accent. Every room has a coffee machine and complimentary water; Sony PlayStation and Bosé speaker are a feature of suites. Gleaming marble bathrooms sport potted orchid, beautiful wall mosaics and floral-scented Christian Lacroix courtesy products.
Art Deco King Guest room, 1 King
Art Deco Queen Guest room, 1 Queen
Art Deco Deluxe King Guest room, 1 King
Art Deco Deluxe Twin Guest room, 2 Twin/Single Bed(s)
Mosaic Suite 1 Bedroom Suite, 1 King, Alternate bed: sofa bed, Sofa bed
Macassar with View 1 Bedroom Suite, 1 King, City view
Art Deco Queen Balcony Guest room, 1 Queen, City view, Balcony
Relive an indelible Parisian era amid the comforts of an Art Deco Room. Ideal for explorers, shoppers, and business travelers alike, these accommodations delicately blend intimate luxury with timeless elegance. Large windows fill each space with natural light and afford enchanting city or patio views. Interior design pops with shades of orange or celadon. Pierre-Yves Rochon designed the large-print floral carpeting, which is complemented by the curtain’s rounded embroidery. Highlights include de Lempicka paintings and a silk wall. The bathroom displays a mosaic with a beige or brown background, which elegantly contrasts with the black tones of Saint Laurent marble. An Art Deco-inspired desk and armchair facilitate productivity, as does complimentary wireless High Speed Internet Access. A 40-inch flat screen TV is set in a leather panel, with a media hub below. Two bottles of water per day are complimentary, and a Nespresso coffee machine is also provided.
Art Deco King Balcony Guest room, 1 King, City view, Balcony
Art Deco Deluxe Balcony Guest room, 1 King, Courtyard view, Balcony
Relive an indelible Parisian era amid the comforts of a more spacious Art Deco Deluxe Room. Ideal for explorers, shoppers, and business travelers alike, these accommodations delicately blend intimate luxury with timeless elegance. Large windows fill each space with natural light and afford enchanting city or patio views. Interior design pops with shades of orange or celadon. Pierre-Yves Rochon designed the large-print floral carpeting, which is complemented by the curtain’s rounded embroidery. Highlights include de Lempicka paintings and a silk wall. An Art Deco-inspired desk and armchair facilitate productivity, as does complimentary wireless High Speed Internet Access. A 40-inch flat screen TV is set in a leather panel, with a media hub below. Two bottles of water per day are complimentary, and a Nespresso coffee machine is also provided.
Art Deco Deluxe View Guest room, 1 King, City view, Balcony
Mosaic Twin beds 1 Bedroom Suite, 1 King or 1 Queen Futon
Our exquisite Mosaic Suites, designed for business travelers and families alike, afford enchanting views of the hotel’s charming patio. Interior design pops with shades of orange or violet. True to its name, the suite’s carpeting has been inspired by a mosaic pattern from the hotel patio; this Art Deco theme carries over into custom-designed furniture. Highlights include de Lempicka paintings and a specially-designed cabinet. The separate living room’s desk and armchair facilitate productivity, as does complimentary wireless High Speed Internet Access. A 46-inch flat screen TV is enhanced by a media hub and a Sony PlayStation®. Two bottles of water per day are complimentary, and a Nespresso coffee machine is also provided.
Mosaic Suite with Terrace 1 Bedroom Suite, 1 King, Sofa bed
Macassar Suite King 1 Bedroom Suite, 1 King, Sofa bed
An indelible stay is ensured in a luminous Macassar Suite. Select suites boast a 20- to 25-square-meter furnished terrace with views of either the hotel’s patio or George V Avenue. Others overlook George V Avenue through grand windows. Amid a blue or beige color scheme, the spacious living room comprises carefully-selected furniture. Inspired by Ruhlmann, two symmetrical Macassar ebony cabinets—a mini-bar, and a secretaire with drawers and a DVD player—bear beige topstitched doors made of imitation leather. The Méridienne sofa has also been inspired by Ruhlmann. Other highlights include de Lempicka paintings and a decorative fireplace. Some Macassar Suites without terraces include a sofa bed and a guest bathroom.
Macassar with Terrace 1 Bedroom Suite, 1 King, Courtyard view
Suite Saphir 1 Bedroom Suite, 1 King, City view, Balcony
The hotel’s Prince de Galles Suites seamlessly blend Art Deco with modern living for a truly enriching experience. The Suite Saphir boasts two furnished terraces—one 17 square meters, the other 15 square meters—that overlook George V Avenue. The beige- and blue-toned interior features a library as well as an intimate living room with Persian tailor-made rugs. In this suites, a grand entrance affords a cloakroom for your and your guests’ convenience. The living room’s dining area is distinguished by a table that seats four, and a guest bathroom is nearby. Other highlights include de Lempicka paintings and a decorative fireplace.
Suite Or 1 Bedroom Suite, 1 King, Courtyard view, Balcony
The hotel’s two Prince de Galles Suites seamlessly blend Art Deco with modern living for a truly enriching experience. In the Suite d’Or, a furnished terrace spans 32 square meters and allows views of the hotel’s charming patio. This sumptuous gold-and-black retreat is a spacious, refined apartment that showcases French craftsmanship. A unique oak panel behind the headboard covered with gold leaves was designed by Manuela Paul Cavallier, an artist based in the 6th arrondissement of Paris. In this suite, a grand entrance affords a cloakroom for your and your guests’ convenience. The living room’s dining area is distinguished by a table that seats four, and a guest bathroom is nearby. Other highlights include de Lempicka paintings and a decorative fireplace.
Suite Lalique 2 Bedroom Apartment, 1 King, City view, Balcony
Together with Lalique and Patrick Hellmann, the Hotel Prince de Galles creates a signature suite that unites the spirit of Paris and the French ‘art de vivre’ in a world of design and luxury. The suite is spread over 165 sqm on two floors under the mansard of the hotel. The signature accommodation features separate living and dining rooms, king-size beds and a marble bathroom. The large terrace offers an overwhelming experience under the skies of Paris.
Breakfast is served in gastronomic restaurant La Scène, a bold contemporary space by Belgian designer Bruno Borrione with stark-white marble tables, white leather armchairs and marble open kitchen draped in sparkling glass. The continental buffet includes delicious pastries by star pastry chef Nicolas Pacielle; pricier petit dej menus feature eggs cooked to order and Laurent Perrier champagne. Michelin-starred female chef Stéphanie Le Quellac blends seasonal southern flavours to exquisite precision in her modern French show kitchen; dinner Monday to Saturday, four to six-course tasting menu €125/£110 and €185/£162). Champagne-fuelled Sunday brunch (€115/£100) is served in both La Scène and casual Les Heures in the bar. English afternoon tea (from €52/£45) entices a ladies-in-posh-hats set and is at its best in summer when the hotel’s palm tree-clad patio garden comes into its own – the original floor mosaics here are stunning.
Bar Les Heures
In the heart of the hotel, Les Heures offers its guests timeless elegance at any hour. At lunchtime, taste the surprising ‘Bento’, bistronomic menu in three acts, served in a beautiful porcelain three-story case. Next, discover our teatime imagined by Pastry Chef Nicolas Paciello including a selection of salty delicacies, French pastries and rare teas. At night, indulge yourself with inspired cocktails created by our Barman Chef.
Gastronomic experiences thrive year-round around the Patio and its celebrated Gentil & Bourdet mosaic, meticulously restored by Bruno Borrione. Teak, marble, palm trees, and bohemian chairs create an appealing, botanical stopping place in the heart of Paris. The Patio offers a warm, restful experience underscored by the Chef’s culinary additions, resulting in a light cuisine favoring hints of the Mediterranean. Carpaccio, fresh vegetables, a variety of olive oils, and homemade ice creams and sorbets blend harmoniously as fresh, colorful compositions upon a dish designed by Elisabeth Monroy invite the brilliant sparkle of the patio’s mosaic.
The basement cocoons a well-equipped fitness room and intimate Wellness Suite for two with private steam room and candle-lit treatments signed off by Parisian masseur extraordinaire Olivier Lecocq; manicures and pedicures are exclusively in-room. Nothing is too much trouble for the multi-staffed concierge desk: theatre tickets, a limousine, taxis, city tours, you name it.
The wellness experience by Olivier Lecocq at the Prince de Galles is based on the authenticity of personalized treatments, emphasized by the natural products Unique Elixir Paris. Draped in white, the wellness suite is a private and confidential space furnished with a massage table, a steam bath, and a large shower dressed in green mosaic.
The fitness center is equipped with approximately fifteen of the latest machines adapted for exercise, weight lifting, and cardio training. Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, the center offers men’s and women’s changing room and all the necessary comfort for an effective training session in the refinement of a space dedicated to the care of the body.