Paris is always a good idea. And with Valentine’s Day around the corner, we’re already looking at the best hotels in Paris for our next romantic French getaway.

The city of light doesn’t fall short of luxury hotels, but which hotels in Paris are the most beautiful? From luxury Paris hotels with an Eiffel Tower viewMichelin-star to boutique stays and Michelin-star dining, here’s our pick of the best hotels in Paris for your next luxury stay.

The Best Hotels In Paris For A Romantic Escape

The Hoxton Paris

If you’re looking for an affordable hotel in Paris, with plenty of Instagram opportunities and oodles of Parisian flair, we strongly recommend checking into The Hoxton Paris. Located in a grand 18th century residence in Paris’ 2nd  arrondissement, it’s a dreamy location for a romantic Paris getaway that won’t quite break the bank as much as some other luxury hotels on our list.

Comfort is guaranteed is 172 gorgeously designed rooms – we’d expect nothing less from a Hoxton venture. There’s chevron timber floors, comfy beds and bold feature walls with a charming Parisian touch.

For the full Hoxton experience, book into one of three drinking and dining destinations in the hotel for cocktails at Jacques’ Bar, modern French dishes at Rivié, and wine at Planche, serving up a list of biodynamic and organic wines alongside charcuterie and Spanish small plates.

Where: 30-32 Rue du Sentier, 75002 Paris, France
Website:www.thehoxton.com

Saint James Paris

A tranquil Parisian hideaway, Saint James Paris is a stunning architectural gem located in Paris’ most exclusive district, just a stroll away from the Arc de Triomphe and Trocadéro. Part-château, part-family estate, the hotel has been fully redesigned by Laura Gonzalez, with elements that embody the quintessential Parisian art de vivre.

The hotel is also known for its gourmet cuisine, led by Chef Julien Dumas, and to be enjoyed across gastronomic restaurant Bellefeuille, the library bar or garden pergola.

Looking for a spa? Over 400 square metres are dedicated to it including a swimming pool, well-being are and three treatment rooms.

Where: 5 Pl. du Chancelier Adenauer, 75116 Paris, France
Website:www.saint-james-paris.com

Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris

Overlooking unbeatable views of the Eiffel Tower from its suites, the art-deco Four Seasons Hotel George V is what everyone’s dream Parisian stay looks like.

Nestled in Paris’ Golden Triangle, just off the historic Champs-Elysees, the hotel’s elegance extends to its accommodation, where rooms are stylish and comfortable, and suites are apartment-style palaces, furnished with crystal chandeliers, Empire-style works of art and private terraces or balconies.

If you’re peckish, there are more Michelin stars in this hotel than any other in Europe, with five stars and some of the best food in France spread across three restaurants. Indulge in elegant cuisine and rare wines at three-Michelin star Le Cinq; discover modern Mediterranean cuisine at Le George; and tuck into plant and fish-based dishes at L’Orangerie.

There’s a decadent spa and elegant swimming pool for relaxing, or while away an afternoon in the courtyard with a glass of wine from the hotel cellar.

Where: 31 Av. George V, 75008 Paris, France
Website:www.fourseasons.com

Plaza Athenee Paris

Plaza Athenee Paris sits on the stunning and prestigious avenue Montaigne, the tree-lined home of French fashion. Considered to be one of Paris’s most iconic hotels, this 5-star hotel offers beautiful rooms and a façade of 1,900 red geraniums, inspired by a love story.

Guests can gaze out at the skyline, soak up views of the Eiffel Tower or the Champs-Elysée’s, and people watch over Paris’s Haute Couture hotspot.

The ideal Paris hotel for those who want Eiffel Tower views.

Where: 25 Av. Montaigne, 75008 Paris, France
Website:www.dorchestercollection.com

Shangri-La Paris

The stylish Shangri-La Paris is the ideal place to stay in Paris to escape the city, without ever having to leave it. The 100 rooms and suites are individually designed in a French-meets-Asian style, with a calming Rococo colour scheme and heaps of natural light. Some suite windows open up to stunning views of the Eiffel Tower, perfect for whiling away a morning eating breakfast in your robe and soaking up the magnificent skyline.

Located in the 16th arrondissement, there’s everything you need to live like Parisian royalty for a weekend, including unique Michelin-starred dining experiences, a secret garden with stunning Eiffel Tower views, and a spa.

For the ultimate VIP experience, you can even book a private lunch or dinner in one the suites, with Paris and the Eiffel Tower as your backdrop.

Where: 10 Av. d’Iéna, 75116 Paris, France
Website:www.shangri-la.com

Hotel Madame Reve

A stone’s throw from the Louvre, with spectacular panoramic views of all of Paris, Montmartre and the Eiffel Tower, you already know a stay at Hotel Madame Reve is going to be an extraordinary one.

Nestled in the iconic building of the Louvre Post Office, this five-star hotel has everything a relaxation-lover needs, with a plant-filled rooftop, and a wellness area with treatment rooms, fitness area, and a sauna overlooking the streets of Paris.

Book into Madame Reve Café while you’re there to enjoy exceptional Mediterranean cuisine; or La Plume for Japanese influences. Or head up to the roof for cocktails and small plates.

Where: 48 Rue du Louvre, 75001 Paris, France
Website:www.madamereve.com

La Reserve Paris

If you’re after a secluded vibe, right in the heart of the city, then La Reserve Paris is the hotel for you. The hotel is surrounded by a majestic curtain of trees for a stay that feels private, but is just a stone’s throw from the Champs-Elysées. Inside, the hotel overlooks some of the city’s key sights, including the Pantheon, the Eiffel Tower, the Concorde obelisk, and the Grand Palais.

The hotel is also well-known for its gastronomic offering at Le Gabriel, led by Jérôme Banctel, awarded two stars in the Michelin Guide.

La Reserve’s spa offers the ultimate relaxation, with a 16-meter indoor pool and three treatment rooms – a must after a long day exploring Paris.

Where: 42 Av. Gabriel, 75008 Paris, France
Website:www.lareserve-paris.com

Le Bristol, Paris

Le Bristol oozes French elegance, and its 13,000 square foot garden, iconic rooftop swimming pool and outdoor sundeck makes it a true gem in the heart of Paris for soaking up the Parisian lifestyle.

The hotel goes one further with its dining options too, with four Michelin stars awarded between three-star restaurant Epicure and one-star brasserie, 114 Faubourg. There’s also Le Jardin Français, the hotel’s secret garden in the centre of Paris, for drinking and dining amongst the greenery; and eight treatment rooms, including a private couple sweet for the ultimate relaxation.

With everything you could possibly want to hand, Le Bristol is a home away from home – and a fancy one at that.

A tranquil Parisian hideaway.

Where: 112 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris, France
Website:www.oetkercollection.com

Mandarin Oriental Paris

One of Paris’ most iconic hotels, all rooms and suites at the Mandarin Oriental Paris are stylish and spacious, furnished with contemporary artwork, silk bedspreads and king size beds in every room. Some suites also have private balconies, and breathtaking views of Paris and the Eiffel Tower.

As for dining options, the hotel boasts a wide range, all overseen by Chef Thierry Marx and including two-Michelin starred Sur Mesure, and and all-day dining restaurant, Camelia. The hotel’s inner garden is the cherry on top, providing a secluded haven to eat and drink away from the hustle and bustle of Paris.

With an indoor pool, state-of-the-art fitness centre, and private treatment rooms to top it off, it’s the ideal Paris hotel for those who want food, fun, and a little bit of relaxation too.

A dreamy location for a romantic Paris getaway.

Where: 251 Rue Saint-Honoré, 75001 Paris, France
Website:www.mandarinoriental.com


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