Nowadays, a hotel should be an idealized version of our homes and is a great place to find inspiration to decorate your own home. It is also the idyllic place to unwind from the stress of daily life and just enjoy some much needed personal or business time. Today, Paris Design Agenda will showcase the most glamorous hotel suites in Paris that will certainly offer an experience to remember.
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Located steps away from the Elysée Palace, La Réserve Paris is one of the most enviable addresses amongst travelers. Its opulent interiors were decorated by Jacques Garcia. Comprised of twenty-six electrifying and colossal suites as well as fourteen rooms, the majestic hotel has a tremendously serene and glamorous ambience that can be translated over the silky hung walls, velvety drapes, waffle weave fabrics and antique furniture pieces adding a whole a new layer to the decor. In a devoted ambition of fulfilling every guest needs with the utmost discretion, each room has its own butler service that is available at any request they may have.
Founded in 1913, the Hotel Plaza Athénée has always been an Haute Couture destination in Paris. Regarded as one of the best hospitality services in Paris, the Plaza Athénée is the idyllic venue to shop in the renowned avenue Montaigne while enjoying supreme views of the Eiffel Tower. comprised of 154 guestrooms and 54 suites, all with a characteristically Louis XVI-inspired decor. The accommodations are reflective of the Parisian glamour and each room features room features bespoke linen, Italian marble bathrooms, antique furnishings, elegant sitting areas and a pillow menu for unequalled comfort.
Ideally located opposite the Tuileries Garden, between Place de la Concorde and the Louvre Museum, Le Meurice has held sway as the jewel in the crown of French luxury hotels since 1835. Le Meurice is a serene place, where 18th-century architecture meets the latest in contemporary comfort and elegance. In 2016, Philippe Starck renewed the furnishings of the hotel. From the many enticing features, a living room, dining room, bedroom, walk-in closet, and a spacious marble bathroom stand out for being decorated with rich textiles and antiques.
Just a few steps away from the Champs-Elysées, featuring private terraces with commanding Paris city views, signature lavish flower displays, top-of-the-line spa treatments and Michelin-awarded dining, Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris redefines luxury in the City of Light. The Parisian hotel offers an incredible total of 244 luxurious guest rooms and suites, including 3 presidential, 2 royal and 1 Penthouse. Each accommodation has its own sparkle and features and is quite representative of the original architectural mindset of the hotel. The spaces are flooded with natural lighting, contemporary art and well-appointed materials.
Renowned Architect, Thierry Despont renovated one of the world’s best hotels in 2016. Ritz has 13 prestige suites, including the suites named after Chanel and Proust. Nevertheless, the Suite Impériale is the one to beat as it offers mesmerizing views of Place Vendôme. This phenomenal 3,600-square-foot suite features three luxurious bedrooms, one of them was actually modelled on Marie Antoinette’s bedroom at Versailles and complete with a silk-draped baldaquin bed. In addition, this suite also has three bathrooms which highlight the hotel’s signature golden swan faucets. It also has plenty of antiques throughout, such as a pair of Louis XVI five-branch wall lights, chandeliers, and a sculpted clock.
Hotel de Crillon is set in central Paris, 300 metres from both the Tuileries Garden and the Champs-Elysées, and 1.5 km from the Louvre Museum. The hotel underwent a top-to-bottom renovation and now includes the glorious Grands Appartements by Karl Lagerfeld, one of the four designers that contributed to the completion of this project. Comprised of two suites in muted gray tones and inspired “the silvery light of Paris”, this apartment features bespoke furniture by Lagerfeld and many other enriching elements.
Source: Architectural Digest