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Champs-Élysées
20 reviews
A major renovation and expansion in 2014 has given this grand dame on Avenue Montaigne, near Fendi, Valentino, and Dior, a new lease on life. — Departures
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Champs-Élysées
17 reviews
Chandeliers, marble and tapestries; glorious flower arrangements; divine bathrooms; and ludicrously comfortable beds in some of the largest rooms in all of Paris. — Time Out
9
Louvre / Palais-Royal
21 reviews
With its extravagant Louis XVI decor, mosaic tiled floors and modish restyling by Philippe Starck, Le Meurice is looking grander than ever. — Time Out
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8th Arr. - Élysée
17 reviews
The hotel’s restaurants, literary evenings, winetastings, contemporary art lectures, fashion shows, and weekend live DJs at The Bar at Le Bristol anchor French high society. — Afar Magazine
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Saint-Germain-des-Pres
18 reviews
Expect red brocade walls, floor-length silk draperies, oversize tassels, and ornate patterns covering every surface. — Travel + Leisure
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Trocadero
15 reviews
The 101 suites and bedrooms evoke a grand classical lifestyle, some with balconies from which you can almost touch the Eiffel Tower across the river. — The Telegraph
9
Champs-Élysées
16 reviews
Though the surrounding neighborhood is more suits than stockings, the Royal Monceau is a terrific choice whose only real flaw is that the noise-proofing could be better. — Condé Nast Traveler
9
Champs-Élysées
13 reviews
Just around the corner from Les Champs-Élysées on Avenue Goerge V, the Hótel Fouquet's Barriere is a luxurious urban retreat. — Gayot
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Champs-Élysées
17 reviews
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS CLOSED FOR RENOVATIONS UNTIL LATE 2015. — Gayot
8
Louvre / Palais-Royal
16 reviews
The French know fancy when it comes to hotels. — Bon Appétit
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Opera / Bourse
17 reviews
Playing on Paris’ reputation as one of the most romantic cities on earth, the Amour seduces guests with a love-themed décor and sophisticated bohemian spirit. — The Telegraph
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16th Arr. - Passy
15 reviews
Built in 1892 on the city’s first hot air balloon launch field, this Neoclassical château was transformed into a luxury hotel in 1990. — Travel + Leisure
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Le Marais
17 reviews
Past the low-profile entry lie eclectic, eye-catching interiors designed by fashion legend Christian Lacroix, starting with a ground-floor public space awash in swirl of bold colors. — Afar Magazine
8
Opera / Bourse
13 reviews
Parisians come just for the lounge, but the beds here ain't bad neither. — BlackBook
8
Le Marais
15 reviews
This is one of the cornerstones of 20th-century boutique hostelry in Paris, a veteran of plush residential design for sophisticated, well-heeled vacationers — Star Service
8
Louvre / Palais-Royal
10 reviews
Well-traveled visitors will find the standards and service very accommodating, and those on a splurge will want to consider one of the top-floor corner suites with furnished private terraces. — Star Service
8
Pere-Lachaise
15 reviews
Shelters its guests with chic and distinctive design combined with creature comforts. — Gayot
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Louvre / Palais-Royal
11 reviews
From the façade to the interior, the hotel is a prime example of Paris’ Art Deco period, though the décor has subtle Asian touches in the form of fresh orchids, butterflies and rich silk accents. — Forbes Travel Guide
8
Champs-Élysées
11 reviews
Discreet, luxurious Hotel Lancaster has a long history of glamorous guests and a high-profile location to match — it’s located just steps from Champs-Élysées on the right bank of the River Seine. — Forbes Travel Guide
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Quartier Latin
13 reviews
Always full, the Relais Christine is the epitome of the hôtel de charme. — DK Eyewitness
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