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Hotel Le Bristol Paris

Posted on March 11, 2011 | HotelsNo Comment



Hotel Le Bristol Paris is located in the esteemed Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honore that is known for its antique galleries, superb art, and clothing. This luxury hotel is just some steps away from Place de la Concorde, Champs-Elysees, and Louvre and Orsay museums. Famous for its elite French garden, the Hotel Le Bristol Paris reflects refined wood items, soft hues, lavish fabrics, original paintings, 18th century furniture, and spacious rooms along with the ultra modern coziness of high-speed Internet and air conditioning. In addition, the terraces linking some suites offer the great vistas of the garden as well as other sights of the city.

Ranked as among the most exclusive hotels in the city, the hotel’s few elegant rooms reflect the real Louis XV as well as XVI furniture, 1920s Art Décor, marble bathrooms, and the 19th-century relaxed style. In 2009, a new wing with 26 novel suites offer the vistas of avenue Matignon and gourmet brasserie adorned in floral decor. While the salons welcoming the public are embellished in old-master sculptures as well as paintings along with carpets and tapestries; the fashion show monthly as well as the inner garden restaurant pull the nobles.

Rooms

In Hotel Le Bristol, all the suites as well as rooms boast a distinctive design sense with soft hues, luxury fabrics, refined woodwork, marble bathrooms, and separate entrance hall. A great fusion of coziness and technology is felt here irrespective of which you choose. Among the common amenities, expect AC, DSL, private safe, computer outlets, satellite cable network, DVD player, phone, dial-up Internet access, fax machine, mini bar, bidet, ironing board, heated guest rooms, wake-up calls, hairdryers, modem lines, hermes toiletries, handicap facilities, 24-hour room service, Egyptian cotton towels, slippers, bathrobes, and television.

In all, there are 188 rooms that include some 73 suites all of which offer balcony or  a terrace. Rooms: Superior, Deluxe, Prestige;

Suites: Junior, Deluxe, Deluxe Junior.
Prestige Suites: Terrace, Panoramic, Paris, Royal.

Amenities

• Self parking  • Valet parking  • Air-conditioned public areas  • Elevator/lift  • Babysitting or child care  • (modular) of which 5 offer the garden vistas  • Internet access in public areas – high speed  • Multilingual staff  • Doctor on call  • Maid service  • Currency exchange  • Laundry  • News stand  • Smoke detectors  • Ice machine  • Banquet service  • Doorman/doorwoman  • Car rental desk  • Porter/bellhop  • Lounge  • 24-hour room service  • 24-hour security  • Restaurant(s) in hotel • Wheelchair accessible

Recreation

• Indoor swimming pool opening to a big solarium and offering Paris vistas  • Anne Sémonin Spa offering phyto aromatic facials, massages, and treatments  • Sauna • Fitness center  • Massage parlor  • Fully equipped gym  • Sauna  • Hair salon  • Health club  • Video library  • Garden

Restaurants

There is only one of its kinds in Hotel Le Bristol Paris run by the two Michelin starred manager called Raphael Courant. You can enjoy lunch between 12.30 and 2.00 pm, while dinner is served between 7.30 and 10.00 pm. The gourmet restaurant changes its ambiance as well as look as per the season. From October to April, you are served in the luxury Regency Oak winter restaurant. This winter zone is in its oval form and boasts tapestries, wonderful oak, and crystal chandeliers. On the other hand, the period between May and September, you get to dine in its Summer Restaurant offering a superb garden vista while you are served amidst the magnolias. You can only have dinner here, which is prepared by the Chef Eric Frechon.

Rates

From 670 Euros.

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