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Ritz Paris, France

Posted on March 1, 2011 | HotelsNo Comment


According to Ernest Hemingway, the centrally located Ritz Paris is where you reside peacefully but still remain close to all hustling attractions. It is the place to relax and meditate for many hours to several days where you can spend time by lunching in the garden of singing birds, learning dishes of various cultures, and making health in its superb pool that is the finest in this beautiful city. The elegance of the Ritz Paris is such that there is no room of any kind flaw that obstructs your peaceful stay here. The retreat, following the tradition of excellence, considers their guests as their true treasure and spirit. Dedicated attentive staff as well as unfailing discretion have resulted long term bond of trust among its guests. So, it would be absolutely perfect to say that the hotel has maintained its reputation as among the leading hotels in Paris although there are many trendy patrons coming up.

The lavishly perched Ritz Paris is located close to the Louvre museum as well as the Tuileries gardens. In its times when it was built, it was the first hotel on the planet whose each room had a private bath. Certainly, celebrities like Edward had called Ritz their home! In 2007, a large scale renovation transformed the Ritz into a more modern infrastructure, but without losing its Belle Époque touches. Gold-plated swan faucets hug the tubs, while the oversupply of the times of Louis XV and Louis XVI packs the rooms and that countless flowers fill the air with fragrance each week. Adding to this soaking luxury are the elements of Michelin-starred restaurant, a Roman-style pool flanked by columns, and traditional service.

Rooms

At the Ritz Paris, there are 103 guest rooms and 56 suites carefully designed for the guests of all moods. All of them are well indulged in the opulence of a marble bathroom, 18th century fireplace, brocade texture, and reflectory wall clock. Engulfing the majestic aura of the Ritz, each room features an apt mix of typical tradition and modern convenience in an archaic French way.

You can choose from the Singles or Doubles all of which offers Place Vendome glimpses, devoted service, and a homely feeling. I would suggest not going for the Cambon wing’s ‘intimate’ rooms, but to book No. 527 so that you can enjoy the vistas of the Opéra. And yes, the Superior Executive offers the tranquil vistas of the novel Grand Jardin.

Most of the suites offer garden views. Other amenities include TV, 55 channels, Wi-Fi, Internet access, CD player, radio, AC, personal safe, mini bar, and modern outlet.

Amenities

• Room service  • Housekeeping  • Valet parking  • Concierge service  • Kitchen  • Luxury bathrooms with sauna and Jacuzzi in some rooms  • Health club  • Gym  • Internet access  • Pool  • 2 restaurants  • Meeting facilities  • Golf  • Childcare  • Kids’ programs
• Game zone for the kids  • Spa  • Private salons

Restaurants

At the Ritz Paris, there is only restaurant, but it is a Michelin-starred one! In this classical and elegant dining zone called L’Espadon, you can have breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily. You will get to taste the innovative menu of the award winning Chef Michel Roth, Meilleur Ouvrier de France, and Bocuse d’Or.

On Sunday, amidst the setting of the Cesar Ritz Salon, you can enjoy the tasteful brunch between 11 and 3 at the live piano sound.

Nearby attractions

• City Centre Paris  • Paris Heliport (JDP)  • Gare Du Nord (10th)

• Olympia  • Opera  • Jardin des Tuileries  • Place de la Concorde

Rates

From 800 Euros.

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