Renowned for its art, architecture, culture, and cuisine, Paris is the ultimate destination to indulge in all of the finer things in life, including accommodation.
Housed in breathtaking heritage buildings, a number of Paris’ most prestigious five-star hotels are stunning works of art and architecture in and of themselves. Coupled with top-rated service, incredible guest suites, lavish spas, and Michelin-star restaurants, these stays are the crème de la crème of luxury accommodation in the city of lights and love.
Located on the iconic rue Jean Goujon in Paris’ exclusive Golden Triangle, Maison Villeroy offers a no-expenses-spared luxury experience. Exuding heritage Parisienne glamour, the more than the 120-year-old building has been gracefully maintained and updated for a distinctly Parisian five-star experience.
Comprised of just 11 apartments, suites, and rooms, Maison Villeroy provides ‘private mansion’ style accommodation where luxe finishes and sophisticated styling awaits guests, and a team of butlers ensures every need is met. The hotel also offers a high-end spa, fitness facilities, a Michelin-star restaurant, and an opulent salon.
Sophisticated styling and luxe finishes await in Maison Villeroy’s boutique-style rooms and suites while ornate heritage details speak to the heritage of the hotel. Prices start from around A$1,600 per night for a Deluxe King Room.
Situated in Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Relais Christine offers 48 lavish rooms and suites as well as a vaulted spa, private flower garden, and opulent lounges.
Just a stroll away from the boutiques of Boulevard Saint-Germain, the Louvre, d’Orsay, and numerous bistros, cafes, and restaurants, Relais Christine enjoys one of the top locations in Paris. As for the rooms, the five-star hotel offers stylish havens filled with Parisienne opulence and charm: think chandeliers, herringbone flooring, wall sconces, and stunning views. Prices for a Superior Room at Relais Christine start at around A$800 per night.
Le Bristol Paris
Comprised of 190 renovated rooms and suites, Le Bristol Paris provides the ultimate Parisienne experience just moments from Champs Elysées and La Madeleine Place. Home to four-Michelin star restaurant Epicure, as well as the Michelin-starred 114 Faubourg restaurant, guests, need not travel far for a gourmet meal.
Le Bristol also offers a 13,000 square foot lush courtyard garden and a rooftop swimming pool to enjoy during the warmer months.
Featuring Louis XV and Louis XVI style furnishings, leafy courtyard views, and tailor-made bed linen, the rooms and suites at Le Bristol is nothing short of lavish. Prices for the hotel’s glamorous Deluxe Suite start from around A$4,550 per night.
Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris
Situated in Paris’ Golden Triangle, Four Seasons Hotel George V is an Art Deco-style haven just off the Champs-Elysees. Perched overlooking the enchanting city, the hotel offers Michelin-star dining, a luxury spa with a swimming pool, and palatial rooms and suites.
Defined by an Art Deco-inspired air of opulence, this five-star Four Seasons Hotel provides the best in comfort and privacy throughout its rooms and suites, all of which enjoy sophisticated furnishings and finishes. Prices for the Deluxe Room start from around A$4,110 per night.
The epitome of elegance, Le Maurice, located on rue de Rivoli, enjoys a sense of 18th-century grandeur within its storied walls. Having hosted the likes of Salvador Dali and Andy Warhol, this iconic heritage hotel is poised as one of Paris’ finest and most prestigious places to stay.
As well as lavish rooms and suites, Le Meurice offers a number of gourmet dining options including the two Michelin-starred Restaurants le Meurice Alain Ducasse. And if you’re in need of a pamper session, Le Meurice’s spa provides an oasis of relaxation where you can rejuvenate your mind and body.
Featuring newly-restored interiors by designers Lally & Berger, Le Meurice’s rooms and suites feature a neutral color palette, stunning city vistas, and opulent marble ensuites. An Executive Room with a park view starts from around A$3,000 per night.
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