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AN EVENT AT A LUXURY HOTEL
Organizing an exceptional corporate event or wedding reception at one of Paris’s deluxe hotels means that you will be spending a special day, evening or weekend in a unique place with incomparable elegance. Prestigious services for private events are equally upscale. Everything is possible, without moderation!
The Peninsula Paris – Luxury 5-star Hotel
HISTORY & STORY
Perfectly situated at 19 Avenue Kléber, just steps from the Arc de Triomphe, The Peninsula sits in the heart of Paris within walking distance of some of the world’s most famous monuments, museums and shopping districts. The Peninsula Paris is located in a late 19th century classic French building with Haussman and Neo-classic details which first opened as the Hotel Majestic in 1908. Steeped in history, it has been meticulously restored and discreetly modernised with the ultimate in 21st century convenience. The Peninsula houses 200 luxurious rooms, including 93 suites.
Six years in the making, some of France’s finest artisans were hand-picked to undertake this stunning restoration. From the building façade to interior elements including fine marble, rich wood panelling and gold leaf finishing, the result is the ultimate in French craftmanship.
MAIN STRENGTHS, SPECIAL TOUCH
• Rooftop restaurant with 360° views of Paris
• 2 Terraces, largest terrace of Paris 450m²
• Swimming pool (22m long), 2 Fitness rooms and spa
• Complimentary local calls and international calls through VOIP
• Complimentary wifi and film library access
• Peninsula technology throughout the hotel
Perfectly situated at 19 Avenue Kléber, just steps away from the Arc de Triomphe and 2 minute walk from the Champs-Élysées, The Peninsula sits in the heart of Paris within walking distance of some of the world’s most famous monuments, museums and luxury shopping districts.
La Réserve Hôtel & Spa Paris – Luxury 5-star Hotel
HISTORY & STORY
La Réserve Paris Hotel & Spa is a classic urban mansion comprising 26 suites and 14 rooms that Michel Reybier wished to imbue with the chic and confidential spirit of a club.
An address bound to delight devotees of art, culture and shopping. An extraordinary view over some of the finest monuments in Paris: the Grand Palais, the Eiffel Tower, the Pantheon and the Obelisk on the Place de la Concorde.
Refined service that is extremely personalised and dispensed with a sense of pleasure and simplicity within the relaxed and elegant atmosphere of a privately-held hotel of which the owner wishes his guests to feel entirely at home.
The interior design has been entrusted to Jacques Garcia, offering an ideal new field of expression for the talent of this quintessentially Parisian architect.
Classy yet not classic, imbued with a delightfully extravagant twist, the atmosphere of La Réserve Paris – Hotel and Spa will feature a marvellous blend of supreme refinement and warm simplicity.
MAIN STRENGTHS, SPECIAL TOUCH
• Ideally located midway between the Champs-Elysées and the Faubourg Saint-Honoré.
• An extraordinary view over some of the finest monuments in Paris
• An omnipresent sense of nature with the gardens of the Champs-Elysées.
• A private library exclusively reserved for the guests at La Réserve Paris.
• A spa comprising a 16 m-long indoor pool, a gym area and three treatment rooms
Ideally located, a stone’s throw from the Palais de l’Elysée, the Place de la Concorde and the Champs-Elysées.
In between Champs-Elysées, Faubourg Saint-Honoré and Avenue Montaigne
KEY SITES/ACTIVITIES IN THE AREA
Grand Palais, Petit Palais, Elysée Palace, Faubourg Saint Honoré, Champs-Elysées, Place de la Concorde.
La Réserve Hôtel & Spa Paris
An icon for all the right reasons, this Faubourg Saint-Honoré stalwart earns regulars who eventually feel like family.
So, can you tell us a little about this place?
From its prime spot on chic Faubourg Saint-Honoré, Le Bristol has since 1925 served as a hub for a discerning international crowd, a favorite of everyone from Charlie Chaplin and Rita Hayworth to top fashion designers and photographers. During World War II, the hotel served as the home of the American Embassy and many American expats—which may be the roots of its dedicated U.S. clientele. In appreciation of its devoted regulars, Le Bristol stayed open for all six years of a top-to-toe renovation that was completed in 2018, a changeover that included the addition of a new wing, new suites, and a refreshed decor. The overall style, though, remans true to the Le Bristol story: high-end but understated, with cheery chintz fabrics, Persian carpets, and classic furnishings.
Sounds divine—and very charming ! Now, onto the good stuff: Tell us about the digs.
Spread out between the main building and the Matignon wing, the 190 rooms and suites are airy and spacious, with views of the grand avenue or a flower-filled courtyard. The sedate style comes courtesy of Louis XV- and Louis XVI-era furnishings, original paintings, antique mirrors, and designer fabrics, many in the hotel’s signature pink and green hues.
Please tell us the bathroom won’t let us down.
Awash in pale marble, the bathrooms are outfitted with roomy showers and tubs; many have dual vanities for extra getting-ready space.Perfect.
Maybe the most important topic of all: Wi-Fi.
What’s the word ? Wi-Fi is complimentary.
Great. Room service: Worth it?
In keeping with the hotel’s dining pedigree, room service dishes are well-crafted and elegantly presented.
Excellent, if we decide to spend a night in. Any other services or features you’d like to shout out ?
Four Michelin stars live under this roof. Chef Eric Frechon’s legendary Epicure, a boldfaced favorite, has earned three for its impeccable fine dining, while smart-casual 114 Faubourg serves one-star-awarded menus around an open kitchen. Surrounded by city views, the retro-chic pool was created with nautical flair in the 1980s, by the same designer that did the Onassis’ yacht. Launched more recently, the spa pampers with Russian Banya therapies and treatments using the high-performance La Prairie and all-natural Tata Harper lines.
We’re game to try out the banya. So, bottom line: worth it, and why ?
From quiet morning coffees in the garden to unforgettable Michelin-starred meals, a stay at Le Bristol is as much a part of the Paris experience as the city itself.