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The Top Suites at Paris’ Best Hotels

To narrow down Paris’ amazing luxury hotels to a list short enough for a single newsletter would be impossible. So, we looked to U.S. News & World Report for its list of lists rankings. We then picked our favorite suites at each hotel, which are the focus of this week’s issue, and perhaps an additional inspiration to head to Europe this Summer.

1. Le Bristol
2. Four Seasons Hotel George V
3. Mandarin Oriental, Paris
4. Hôtel Plaza Athénée
5. La Réserve Paris

1. Le Bristol

• TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice Best of the Best Awards 2020
• Fodor’s Choice
• Condé Nast Readers’ Choice List 2020
• Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards 2020
• Condé Nast Traveler Gold 2021
• Forbes Travel Guide Five Star Awards 2020

US News reports about Le Bristol, “This historic palace hotel has been a staple in Paris since its opening in 1925. Just north of the Champs-Élysées, Le Bristol Paris welcomes guests with elegant 18th-century decor, spacious accommodations, and top-notch cuisine. 

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Credit: Le Bristol

It continues, “Past guests heaped praise on this luxury property, describing their stays as ‘magical’ thanks to the elegance of the traditional, Parisian-style rooms, the delectable dinner at Michelin-starred Epicure, and the staff’s attention to detail. From the concierge’s knowledgeable recommendations to the friendly demeanor of the bellhops, Le Bristol’s employees consistently impress travelers.”

Imperial Suite

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Credit: Le Bristol

With its 3,330 sq. ft. of elegance and softness, the Imperial Suite is the largest suite at Bristol Paris. On the honey-colored parquet in the Hungarian point of the living room, the style is resolutely French. Furniture signed by the French manufacture Taillardat, embroidered and damask fabrics from Colony, throughout the rooms, this spirit of refined charm specific to the classic style of the 18th century emerges. The dining room, overlooking the hotel’s garden, can accommodate up to twelve guests for private dinners imagined by the three-star Chef Eric Frechon. 

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Credit: Le Bristol

The master bedroom, flooded with natural light, offers its calming shades of greige, cream, and whites. Canovas fabrics, rosewood marquetry furniture, copper or Chinese porcelain lamps, here we master the luxury of feeling as well as at home. The suite has a lounge area, two large walk-in closets, and a bathroom in Aurora pink marble, enhanced by Savoy blue-gray cabochons. Equipped with a hammam shower and a bathtub, it allows a real parenthesis of well-being. 

Honeymoon Suite

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Credit: Le Bristol

Located on the 8th and last floor of Bristol Paris, the Honeymoon Suite offers a panoramic view of the most beautiful monuments of the capital. With its sloping windows, its Hungarian point oak parquet, its numerous balconies with romantic views, it is an exceptionally luxurious refuge.

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Credit: Le Bristol

With an area of ​​1,900 sq. ft., it is composed of a large living room with ivory walls and an elegant bedroom in light tones punctuated with flowery chintz. It has two dressing rooms and an adjoining bathroom including a hammam shower and a spacious bathtub. This exceptional, very bright suite can be completed with a second bedroom in champagne and red tones offering a breathtaking view of the Eiffel Tower. It then forms a private apartment of 2,474 sq. ft. overlooking the prestigious rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. The suite has its own kitchen, where our chefs can prepare an elegant candlelit dinner by Eric Frechon.

Paris Suite

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Credit: Le Bristol

In the Paris Suite, an incredible work of abstract art signed Bertrand Lavier a few months ago, pastel colors and the Louis XVI spirit tinged with the air of the times have resumed their rights.

The new honey oak floors fashioned by the same craftsmen as at Versailles may impress us, we dream of sliding our bare feet on the silk rugs and sinking without manners into the cushions in shades of ocher and blue. to contemplate an extraordinary view of the Faubourg Saint-Honoré and the Eiffel Tower.

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Credit: Le Bristol

Because in this exceptional Pied-à-Terre, the eye can delight in both a wallpaper designed by Pierre Frey and a magical view imagined by Haussmann or Gustave Eiffel. In your private dining room, a menu imagined by the three-star Chef Eric Frechon will be served. As for the wrought-iron balcony suspended from the 6th floor, at the corner of avenue Matignon and the famous rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, it offers a breathtaking view of the Eiffel Tower. The Paris Suite can be extended by an additional bedroom, to compose a wonderful space of 196 m2.

More suites at Le Bristol.

2. Four Seasons Hotel George V

• TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice Best of the Best Awards 2020
• Fodor’s Choice
• Condé Nast Readers’ Choice List 2020
• Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards 2020
• Forbes Travel Guide Five Star Awards 2020

U.S. News writes, “Once inside, you’ll find 18th-century decor, warm hospitality and comfortable accommodations. Though some travelers note guest rooms and suites are a little outdated compared to other high-end properties, most praise the 244 accommodations for being clean and spacious. For views of iconic attractions like the Eiffel Tower and the Palais Garnier, consider upgrading to one of the hotel’s suites. No matter which accommodation you choose, you’ll enjoy amenities like complimentary Wi-Fi access, espresso machines, and minibars. 

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Credit: Four Seasons

“Before you head off-site to explore Paris, grab a bite in one of the property’s three restaurants; all have at least one Michelin star and earn rave reviews from diners. If you can only make time for one venue, book a dinner reservation well in advance at the three Michelin-starred Le Cinq, where contemporary French dishes are on the menu.”

Eiffel Tower Suite

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Credit: Four Seasons

Not the biggest suite, but ample at 1,506 sq. ft. and the ability to add a second bedroom. Most of all, the 7th floor Eiffel Tower Suite has the view you want. Flooded with natural light, this warm and elegant suite is the perfect place to unwind and relax in complete privacy. The spacious, panoramic terrace commands wonderful views of the city’s major sights, including the iconic Eiffel 

More suites at Four Seasons Hotel George V

3. Mandarin Oriental, Paris

• TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice Best of the Best Awards 2020
• Condé Nast Readers’ Choice List 2020
• Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards 2020
• Forbes Travel Guide Five Star Awards 2020

US News writes, “The Mandarin Oriental, Paris is situated just steps from the Place Vendôme and the manicured Jardin des Tuileries. Equipped with a boutique spa, a 24-hour fitness center, and an indoor lap pool, this Paris hotel offers visitors ample ways to spend their time when on the property. 

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Credit: Mandarin Oriental

The hotel’s rooms and suites feature sleek, modern interiors with varying views – some face the courtyard, some offer panoramas of the city’s famous landmarks, and some look out over Rue St. Honoré. Other in-room perks include 500-thread-count linens, separate showers and tubs in the bathroom, a pillow menu, and large windows.”

Parisian Apartment

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Credit: Mandarin Oriental

Located on the 6th floor with magnificent views, the Parisian Apartment takes decorative inspiration from both contemporary and Haussmann styles. The suite is designed as a large single-level chic Parisian apartment, overlooking the hotel’s lush inner garden and Rue Saint-Honoré. 

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Credit: Mandarin Oriental

There is a 2,475 sq. ft. terrace with a dining area, lounge, and pergola. Inside, there are four bedrooms and ensuite bathrooms, an expansive reception area, dining area, and fully equipped kitchen spread over 4,630 sq. ft. The suite can be split into two connecting 2-bedroom suites.

Mandarin Penthouse Suite

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The 2,713 sq. ft. Mandarin Penthouse Suite is situated on the top floor of the hotel, split over two floors. Featuring extraordinary panoramic views of Paris, this suite is ideal for guests seeking total privacy, space, and exclusivity. Connect the Mandarin Penthouse Suite with a Panoramic to create a uniquely exclusive two-bedroom penthouse suite. There’s a private outdoor terrace, a full dining area, and a private gym and study.

More suites at Mandarin Oriental Paris

4. Hôtel Plaza Athénée

• Fodor’s Choice
• Condé Nast Readers’ Choice List 2020
• Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards 2020
• Forbes Travel Guide Five Star Awards 2020

U.S. News writes, “Hôtel Plaza Athénée is the stuff of Parisian dreams, with chandelier-clad dining rooms, foliage-filled courtyards and elegant rooms, each decorated with crown molding and pops of jewel tones. Although the hotel exudes European charm, its quaint atmosphere doesn’t mean amenities are few and far between.”

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Credit: Hôtel Plaza Athénée

It continues, “The property boasts five restaurants, ranging from chic and casual to downright fine dining, including Roaring ’20s-inspired Le Relais Plaza. The hotel also features a spa and 24-hour concierge service in addition to on-call, chauffeur-driven transportation. But travelers may find that a car simply isn’t needed: Hôtel Plaza Athénée’s location blocks away from the Seine puts lodgers within a 2-mile radius of the Eiffel Tower, the Champs-Élysées and the Louvre.”

Royal Suite

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Credit: Hôtel Plaza Athénée

The 4,850 sq. ft. Royal Suites is a favorite of celebrities, world leaders, and of course, royalty. Designer Marie-José Pommereau has used Parisian style, antiques, and original artworks.

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Credit: Hôtel Plaza Athénée

There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms with a Jacuzzi and steam room. Balconies offer stunning views of Avenue Montaigne and the Eiffel Tower. There are two drawing rooms, an office, and a separate kitchen.

Haute Couture Eiffel Suite

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Credit: Hôtel Plaza Athénée

The Haute Couture Eiffel Suite offers a classical French palace ambiance soft grey and pinks. Elaborate moldings accentuate high ceilings, rich couture-house fabrics add a layer of sumptuous delight and unique details throughout your furnishings bring this suite together to form an elegant personal space and living work of art. A spacious living area with a sliding door features a baby grand piano

View more suites at Plaza Athenee Paris.

5. La Réserve Paris

• TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice Best of the Best Awards 2020
• Fodor’s Choice
• Condé Nast Readers’ Choice List 2020
• Forbes Travel Guide Five Star Awards 2020

US News writes, “The 15 rooms and 25 suites at La Réserve Paris – Hotel and Spa are chicly decorated in a 19th-century Parisian style that includes brocade taffeta, velvet drapes, herringbone oak parquet floors, antique furniture and bathrooms made with both Carrara and Turquin marble. 

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Credit: La Réserve Paris

“All spaces also offer modern amenities, such as interactive tablets that control each room’s lighting, TV and temperature, and buttons that summon private butlers. If you desire Eiffel Tower views and extra perks like a balcony, two private bars, and a wine cellar, consider upgrading to the Grand Palais Suite. Recent guests were floored by the personalized service available throughout the hotel, stating that every staff member seemed ready and willing to go above and beyond to make their stays enjoyable.”

Elysée Suite

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Credit: La Réserve Paris

On the fifth and top floor, the 1,850 sq. ft. Elysee Suite Paris offers views over the Nave of the Grand Palais, the gilded sculptures of the Alexandre III bridge, and the soaring silhouette of the Eiffel Tower. The herringbone-patterned wooden flooring echoes the ornate moldings on the ceiling, itself decked out in bespoke wallpapering in the grand tradition of the French decorative arts. 

The suite is composed of a spacious lounge, two private bars, a wine cellar offering Grand Cru wines, two bedrooms each with its own dressing room, and a Carrara marble bathroom fitted with a bathtub, an Italian-style shower, and a twin vanity sink.

View more suites at Plaza Athenee Paris.

Doug Gollanhttp://douggollandotcom.wordpress.com
I am Editor-in-Chief of Private Jet Card Comparisons and DG Amazing Experiences, and a Contributor to Forbes.com.
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