Paris, formerly known as Lutetia, is a globally recognized mecca of art, culture, fashion, gastronomy, history and architecture. This gourmet paradise boasts cozy cafes, buzzing bistros, gleaming boutiques and iconic museums housing some of the world’s greatest art collections. Given its rich history, culture and endless seductive charm, it’s no surprise that Paris, also known as the “City of Light” or the “City of Love,” is the most visited city in the world and home to some of KKTWW’s most adored hotels…
Le Royal Monceau Raffles Paris
One of the city’s leading Palace hotels, Hôtel Le Royal Monceau Raffles Paris enjoys the French tradition of “Art de Vivre.” Masterfully transformed by Phillipe Starck in 2010, the hotel creatively combines the Parisian glamour of the 1930s with a decadent, modern design. Contemporary art installations, high gastronomy and impeccable service create a unique and extravagant experience in an effortlessly chic setting. Indulge in patisseries by Pierre Hermé and the custom designed skin products offered at the first Spa My Blend by Clarins spa.
Four Seasons Hotel George V
Just steps from the Champs-Elysees in Paris’s “Golden Triangle,” the Four Seasons Hotel George V defines luxury in the City of Light. Glamour and elegance meet culture and history in the 1928 white-stone Art Deco landmark. Beautifully appointed rooms, the majority of which offer private terraces, are adorned with glittering chandeliers, rich fabrics and reproductions of Renaissance art. Classic French cuisine and lighter menus have earned Le Cinq restaurant two Michelin stars.
Hotel Esprit Saint Germain
Located in the sixth arrondissement between Boulevard St. Germain and the Luxembourg Gardens, Esprit St. Germain boasts striking views of the Romanesque-meets-Gothic St.-Sulpice church. One of the only five-star properties on the city’s Left Bank, this boutique hotel with only 28 rooms creates an intimate “home away from home” in a chic Parisian setting. Designed as a private residence, the hotel offers guests complimentary drinks in the cozy lobby living room.
Hôtel Le Bristol
Hôtel Le Bristol, which opened in 1925, is located on rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré in the heart of the fashion design and art district. Known for its historic architecture and luxurious interior, this privately owned hotel is the ultimate haven of comfort and design. Each of its 188 rooms boasts unique décor with Louis XV and XVI furniture, authentic paintings and timeless gravures offering sophistication and elegance on the city’s Right Bank. Make sure not to miss Le Bar du Bristol, one of the latest “see and be seen” Parisian hotspots.