Talking about the latest events happening in Paris, France, you might consider visiting the City of Design soon. Not only the exclusive exhibitions and the extravagant art galleries are a great experience and inspiration, also the city itself is full of surprises. Known for its outstanding Luxury, Love, exclusive Fashion and extravagant Design, Paris is full of luxury hotels. See below the TOP 5 luxury hotels in Paris.
Located in the Opéra area of Paris, in an elegant 1870s Haussmann era building, W Paris – Opéra is situated between Paris’ most famous department stores, Galeries Lafayette and Le Printemps with the exclusive boutiques of the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré nearby. If shopping is not enough, the landmark Garnier Opéra house, world class restaurants and museums are just a stroll away.
Trianon Palace Versailles – an exceptional woodland retreat nestled on the edge of the tranquil Royal Domain. Steeped in tradition yet thoroughly contemporary, this high-design hotel features gourmet dining and an exclusive spa.
Delicately poised where the rue Duphot meets the rue Saint-Honoré, in the wings of the Champs-Elysées-Madeleine-Opéra “Golden Triangle”, this quietly chic hotel brings a light dimension to Parisian life.
The architect and decorator have produced a restful setting, blending contemporary furniture and luxurious cloths while favouring space and light.
In the heart of the Saint-Germain-des-Prés district of Paris and its fashion boutiques, the Lutetia is located close to the Luxembourg Gardens and the Orsay Museum, and across from the “Bon Marché” department store.
The 231 rooms and suites of the Lutetia are elegant and bathed in natural light, and offer a unique atmosphere in a very Art Deco setting.
Hotel La Trémoille boasts a range of 93 luxury rooms and suites, all of which have been individually decorated to the highest standards of luxury and elegance. Here guests will find a delicate balance of the building’s traditional Haussmann features, with contemporary tones of ochre, brown, caramel, grey and white colours.
The deluxe designer furniture and lighting fixtures blend perfectly with the Nobilis silks, velvets and elegant drapes; whilst the chic range of materials used in the interior decoration all have a tactile quality to them.
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