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Le Bristol Paris - unrivaled elegance in the French capital

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Description
The history of the Faubourg Saint-Honoré begins in 1715, when the court left Versailles and established itself once more in Paris, following the death of Louis XIV. Large and luxurious mansions were built on what had previously been horticultural marshland.
The hotel opened in April 1925, when the Roaring Twenties were in full swing: it was the heyday of Josephine Baker, Sydney Bechet and the Charleston.
Le Bristol Paris' exemplary service and unrivalled elegance make it the hotel of choice in the French capital.
The hotel is located on the prestigious rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré at the heart of Paris' fashion and arts district, where it has been welcoming its esteemed guests since 1925.

 

Le Bristol Paris - unrivaled elegance in the French capital

 


Since 1925 the hotel has been welcoming its esteemed guests to stay in its 188 rooms, of which 92 are suites.
All its 188 spacious and light-filled rooms and suites and suites have undergone extensive refurbishment, and are spacious and bright, decorated in classic eighteenth-century style.
 
Fabrics are only selected from the most prestigious companies. The prints, paintings and mirrors are all authentic, as reproductions are not allowed at Le Bristol, which is owned by a family of art collectors.






Facilities

Since 1925 the hotel has been welcoming its esteemed guests to stay in its 188 rooms, of which 92 are suites.

Superior Rooms - Measuring 325 sq. ft., the Superior Rooms at Le Bristol are among the largest of their kind in Paris, but have a cosy atmosphere thanks to the subtle colours of their fabrics, sourced from Canovas, Frey or Thorp of London. Overlooking a flower-filled courtyard, and decorated with vintage prints and Louis XV and Louis XVI-style furniture, they are all different and offer unparalleled levels of comfort and serenity.
Beds: king size or twin beds
 Occupancy: 2 adults or 1 adult and 1 child
 Cots available on request
 Location in the hotel: traditional part, Matignon wing
 Views: the hotel's flower-filled courtyard or rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré or the hotel garden
 Size: 325 sq.ft.
 Bathrooms: 1 marble bathroom


Deluxe Rooms - The individually designed Deluxe Rooms are spacious (485 sq. ft.) and bright and overlook the magnificent 13,000sq. ft. French-style garden above the famous rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, home to the most prestigious luxury French brands (Hermès, Dior, Chanel, etc.), or over the hotel's flower-filled courtyard. The rooms are decorated with Louis XV and Louis XVI-style furniture, vintage prints and Canovas, Frey or Thorp of London fabrics in pastel shades.
Beds: king size or twin beds
 Occupancy: 2 adults or 1 adult and 1 child
 Cots available on request
 Location in the hotel: traditional part, Matignon and Résidence wings
 Views: the hotel's flower-filled courtyard or rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré or the hotel garden
 Size: 485 sq.ft.
 Bathrooms: 1 marble bathroom

 

Le Bristol Paris - unrivaled elegance in the French capital

Prestige Rooms - The 540 sq. ft. Prestige Rooms are the most spacious at Le Bristol. The light-filled rooms have lovely views of either the hotel's flower-filled courtyard or the ultra-chic rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, where you will find the most prestigious luxury French brands (Hermès, Dior, Chanel, etc.). They are richly decorated in a typically Parisian fashion with Louis XV or Louis XVI-style furniture, a comfortable sitting area and an enormous bathroom fitted with twin basins, a bidet and a separate shower. Each room is unique, with its own Toile de Jouy or another fabric printed with floral or shimmering designs.
Beds : king size or twin beds
 Occupancy : 2 adults or 2 adults and 1 child
 Additional bed available on request
 Cot available on request
 Location in the hotel: traditional part, Matignon wing
 Views : the hotel's inner courtyard or rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré or avenue Matignon
 Size: 540 sq.ft.
 Bathrooms: 1 or two marble bathrooms


Business centre : Internet access, fax, photocopying, Wi-Fi.
Housekeeping: 24 hours a day.
Technical services: 24 hours a day.
Guest management: The guest management team is at your service to answer any questions.
Dry cleaning: We provide expert dry cleaning for your laundry. Each item is ironed by hand. Your clothes are returned the same day in either a dust cover or wrapped in paper inside an elegant Le Bristol box.
Hair salon: The hair salon within the Spa Le Bristol by La Prairie opens onto the prestigious rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré.
Parking: €45 per night.  
Florists: On request, our expert florists are on hand to create an imaginative bouquet.
Security service: 24 hours a day.
Transport: The concierges will be delighted to organise your transfers from the airport to the hotel, your excursions, or even your travels around France and abroad.



Spa and Well-being is at the heart of Le Bristol Paris, which boasts a swimming pool with breathtaking views over the Paris rooftops, and the Spa Le Bristol by La Prairie, comprising eight treatment rooms, a fitness centre and a kids' club.

Le Bristol Paris feature 4 restaurant with different specific dishes.
Epicure, Le Bristol's gastronomic restaurant overlooking the magnificent hotel garden, serves original and inventive cuisine.
114 Faubourg - Discover the menu at 114 Faubourg, created by chef Eric Desbordes, one Michelin Star, in collaboration with Eric Frechon, Le Bristol's Head Chef.
The Bar at le Bristol - The trendiest place for a night out in Paris, where you can lose yourself in the rhythms of the night!
Le Jardin Francais elegantly reflects a more spontaneous side of Paris life where you can enjoy a delicious and light breakfast or lunch, or an informal dinner.






Prices
Simulation was done for advance booking 8-10 months , 2 persons, 1 room.Rates are :

Superior Room               $ 1,484.94 / Night
Deluxe Room                  $ 1,687.43 / Night
Prestige Room               $ 2,024.91 / Night
Junior Suite                     $ 2,429.90 / Night
Deluxe Suites                  $ 3,914.83 / Night
Saint Honore Suite          $ 4,589.80 / Night
Elysee Prestige Suite     $ 7,019.70 / Night
Presidential Suite           $ 24,298.95 / Night
Panoramic Suite             $ 13,499.42 / Night
Paris Suite                      $ 13,499.42 / Night
Honeymoon Suite          $ 16,199.30 / Night
Imperial Suite                 $ 32,398.60 / Night


Le Bristol Paris - unrivaled elegance in the French capital




Local Attractions
Paris is one of the most beautiful city in Europe and and visited by million of turists.If you are for the first time in Paris don't miss some of the most important points of interes.

• Eiffel Tower  - As one of the most visible icons of Paris, the Eiifel Tower is an iron lattice tower built in 1889 by Gustave Eiffel for the 1889 World's Fair and located on Champ de Mars.
• Notre Dame Cathedral  - This famous cathedral, a masterpiece of Gothic architecture on which construction began in the 12th century
• Ile de la Cite
• River Seine  - This famous river flows from east to west through the heart of the city and divides Paris's Left Bank and Right Bank.
• Arc de Triomphe  - The Arc de triomphe was begun in 1806, on the orders of Napoleon I to honour the victories of his Grande Armée.
• Les Invalides  - This huge domed structure was constructed in the late 17th century under the direction of Louis XIV to shelter old and wounded soldiers and includes the more recent addition of Napoleon's tomb.
• Musee d'Orsay  - Musee d'Orsay is not to be missed, even if you "know nothing" about art.  The museum boasts the best collection of Impressionist paintings in the world.
  In room after room, some of the most famous paintings in the world are side by side.
• Palais Garnier - Opera National de Paris.
• Pont Alexandre III  - Pont Alexandre III is an arch bridge that spans the Seine, connecting the Champs-Élysées quarter and the Invalides and Eiffel Tower Quarter, regarded by many as one of the prettiest in Paris.
• Musee de l'Orangerie  - The Orangerie was originally built in 1852 by the architect Firmin Bourgeois and completed by his successor, Ludovico Visconti, to shelter the orange trees of the garden of the Tuileries.
• Musee de l'Orangerie is an art gallery of impressionist and post-impressionist paintings.
• Musee du Louvre  - The Louvre is a huge art gallery housed in an old Parisian palace. It holds a collection of nearly 400,000 items of art and historical objects in its permenant collection.



We stayed at the hotel in October 2013 and had a junior suite.
The hotel is beautiful and our room was airy and delightful; very nicely decorated in typical french style, huge bathroom with a shower and a bath, fresh flowers, great products, a wonderful court yard view.
Read more comments :
http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Review




Interesting Facts
• The prints, paintings and mirrors are all authentic, as reproductions are not allowed at Le Bristol, which is owned by a family of art collectors.
• Hôtel Le Bristol Paris is part of the Oetker Collection, which is owned by German industrialist Rudolf August Oetker.
Oetkers fortune is made up of several businesses other than the hotel collection including a grocery chain, a publishing company, insurance groups, and a maritime freight business.
• The swimming pool resembles the front of a large sailboat, it is notable for being designed by architect Professor Pinnau who is renowned for designing the yachts of the Onassis and Niarchos family.
• The Oetker Collection a selection of luxury hotels includes six different luxurious five-star hotels in different locations:
Le Bristol Paris
Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc
Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa
Château Saint-Martin & Spa
Palais Namaskar




Useful travel tips
Room Tip: Be sure you are not near the service lift.Take garden view, are quieter than those overlooking the road.
As the hotel is a member of the Leading Hotels of the World it’s worth considering joining their rewards program – benefits include complementary continental breakfast, WiFi, and room upgrade.




Location & contact
Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré 112, 75008 Paris France
Tel: + 33 (0)1 53 43 43 00 | reservation@lebristolparis.com


To contact the concierges:
 112 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré
 +33 (0)1 53 43 44 96.
 

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GPS Coordinates : 48.871644,2.314625

 

 


Sources
http://www.lebristolparis.com
http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Review-g187147-d188729-Reviews-Hotel_Le_Bristol-Paris_Ile_de_France.html
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