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16 expert recommendations
It's here where you'll find the hotel balcony that gave Carrie Bradshaw, in the final episode of Sex and the City, a view of the Eiffel Tower and a wee orgasm.
The world's young, rich, and titled check in here to check out one another, disporting themselves in one of the city's hottest bars and two of its highly rated restaurants.
This Haussmann-era palace in "a perfect location" on the Avenue Montaigne, close to the fashion houses, is "superbe." Full review →
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 Full review →
The legendary Plaza Athénée is popular with honeymooners, aristocracy, and haute couture shoppers.
Superlative; the word sums up the overall impression of this glamorous landmark hotel on one of the most expensive avenues in Paris with luxury shops. Full review →
Along with its undeniable stylish verve, the Athénée is known for its attention to detail. Full review →
The Plaza Athénée, an 1889 Art Nouveau marvel, is a landmark of discretion and style. Full review →
A legendary Parisian hotel lavishly renovated for 21st-century jet setters. Full review →
This palatial hotel, featuring lavish Versace decor, offers 190 soundproofed rooms, a disco, a restaurant and suites furnished in Louis XVI or Regency style. Full review →
This luxury Parisian hotel par excellence opened its doors in 1911... the essence of comfort!.
There's always a star staying there, hosts the Alain Ducasse restaurant. Full review →
The world-renowned luxury hotel Plaza Athenee -- a part of the Dorchester Collection -- is synonymous with Parisian elegance and good taste. Full review →
This 'Palace' hotel (a notch up from five-star) drips with luxury on one of Paris’ most fashionable streets, close to the Champs Elysees Full review →
This palace is ideally placed for power shopping at Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Dior and other avenue Montaigne boutiques. Full review →
This hip yet plush hangout between the Champs-Élysées and Eiffel Tower is as au courant as it was when it opened in 1911. Full review →