Paris has recently welcomed some of the most anticipated & incredible Palace hotels in the city of love in the last year created by the industry’s biggest luxury brands including LVMH and Bulgari.
With stunning floor to ceiling windows, modernist and contemporary artwork, accompanied by the best views of the sparkling Eiffel Tower, these four incredible new Paris Palace hotels bring French luxury to life.
This intimate five star hotel is one of Europes’s most anticipated openings of the year. Complete with the Dior Spa, this LVMH owned and designed hotel leaves no expense spared.
In the heart of Paris, a few steps away from the Louvre and the Marais, rises Cheval Blanc Paris with modernity as well as majesty. Just seventy two exceptional rooms and suites take on a winter-garden-like feel with bay-window views, placing the Seine river on prime display.
Cheval Blanc has unveiled its new contemporary haven in the heart of the City of Light. Paris architect Édouard François, known for his environmentally friendly buildings, led the building’s exterior architecture, including restoration of the historic facade, and helped create breathtaking vistas in every space.
Located in the stunning building of La Samaritaine, it overlooks the Seine and has retained the elegance of the past combined with the grandeur of the future.
There is a 30 metre underground pool which features a changing mural of the Paris city scape outside, including visual transformations with the weather as well as custom made mosaic tiles, and walls of Bianco Sieve marble.
Cheval Blanc Paris’ restaurant and bar have jaw dropping views of the Seine, as well as the addition of Architect Peter Marino’s crimson chairs and banquettes that play against dramatic wooden walls inlaid with shells.
The flooring in the main lobby incorporates four different stones in a design inspired by parquet de Versailles, offset by Vik Muniz’s contemporary 12-feet-high renditions of the Eiffel Tower, which are flanked by custom gold-and-bronzed screens.
“I don’t think there’s a need for another Parisian palace, what we did is actually to surprise people with an interior that could be something different… much more private, much more residential, much more exclusive.”– Antonio Citterio & Patricia Viel, Founders of Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel Interiors.
Another highly anticipated opening, Bulgari Hotels are known globally for creating nothing less than exquisite sophisticated, modern yet elegant hotels. At the heart of the Golden Triangle of Paris, the Bulgari Hotel Paris is an experience designed not only for visitors to the city but also for the residents of Paris.
Breaking the traditional codes of Parisian architecture, the elegant building of the Bulgari Hotel Paris enriches the 8th arrondissement with its modern and elegant yet bold contemporary style that blends the very best of both Italian and French craftsmanship and style. The Bulgari Hotel in Paris reopened in December 2021 with mostly Italian speaking staff, reintroducing its 76 rooms and suites that include amenities like terraces overlooking the internal patio, butler services, and private hammams and kitchens.
With marble and silk wallcoverings to the granite and eucalyptus woodwork, the luxurious Bulgari Penthouse features a fully landscaped 10,000 square foot hanging garden, filled with Mediterranean plants and fruit trees, and offers a panoramic view over the emblematic buildings of the French capital.
The hotel includes a two story spa featuring ancient Roman baths encased in natural Vicenza limestone from the veneto region of Northern Italy.
The semi-olympic pool is covered in mosaics in shades of emerald, jade and gold, so that the Bulgari Hotel offers a luxe blend of French and Italian style. The greenhouse inspired restaurant, decorated by chef Niko Romito, serves delicious Italian organic and biodynamic wines to enjoy with the exquisite antipasto, followed by their classic dishes, spaghetti e pomodoro and the signature vegetable lasagna.
Just moments away from Opera, Faubourg St Honoré and the Tuileries Gardens, Kimpton St Honoré Paris brings creative flair to its 1917 Art Nouveau facade. Its 123 guest rooms and 26 beautiful Suites including floor to ceiling windows are the work of Paris-based interior designer Charles Zana, known for creating the most sublime interiors, elegant and warm, imbued with a unique atmosphere.
It took eight years to transform three buildings to create this centrepiece of modernity, flair and elegance which is an instagrammer’s dream.
Kimpton St Honoré Paris is inspired by minimalist Art Déco aesthetics and a sense of Parisian chic, encouraging encounters between travellers and habitués thanks to its healthy, California-inspired restaurant and bar with a light-filled patio, a spa complete with indoor heated swimming pool, and cerise sur le gâteau, the 360-degree views of its rooftop bar and garden.
Like all hotels in the Kimpton portfolio, Kimpton St Honoré Paris offers amenities including evening social hour and morning tea and coffee service in the mezzanine library area with complimentary offerings from Parisian roaster Lomi and Kusmi Tea.
The pet-friendly policy also takes on a Parisian touch with luxe dog treats in the form of all-natural macarons by Bonne et Filou, plus in-room dog beds and bowls.
The 10th-floor, Charles Zana-designed rooftop bar and garden shows off picture-perfect, 360-degree views of central Paris including close-ups of the Eiffel Tower and Opéra Garnier.
The luxurious Codage Spa, indoor swimming pool and the state of the art boutique gymnasium offer deluxe amenities to bring luxury to life for every guest during a stay in Paris.
Located in the centre of Paris, only a few minutes away from the Bourse du Commerce and the Samaritaine department store, the Madame Rêve Hotel embodies the new trend of French luxury hospitality. This 5-star hotel, nestled in the iconic 19th century Louvre post office building, offers rooms with a unique panorama over the Parisian cityscape.
The striking interiors are designed with a subtle mix of wood and golden-brown fabrics, featuring vaulted ceilings below the glass roof, in addition to original artwork and furnishings that pay tribute to the building’s past and present life as a post office, leaving each room feeling entirely unique.
With 82 rooms and suites, guests have access to exceptionally breathtaking views of the Eiffel Tower from sunrise to sunset, from the terrace with 360-degree views across the city’s rooftops and landmark monuments.
French perfumer Olivia Giacobetti is behind the cedar-and-rose scent throughout the dimly lit, boudoir-inspired halls of Hôtel Madame Rêve.
Guests are offered two culinary experiences, a restaurant with Mediterranean cuisine, Madame Rêve Café and a panoramic restaurant with Japanese influenced cuisine, La Plume.