Le Bristol Paris
Paris * (itinerary extensions)
Located on the prestigious Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré in the heart of the capital’s fashion and arts district, the award winning Le Bristol has been welcoming guests since 1925 and is a genuine oasis of charm and history. Owned by a family of art collectors, Le Bristol is adorned with authentic prints and paintings which, combined with the flower filled courtyard and French garden views, creates a luxurious retreat away from the city.
The 188 individually designed rooms and suites are spacious and bright, decorated in a classic 18th century style with king beds, marble bathrooms and speciality fabrics and furniture. Upgraded for modern functionality but remaining true the history and locale, Le Bristol provides unrivalled elegance to all who step through its doors.
Michelin starred chef Eric Frechon oversees the restaurants and bars at Le Bristol where a mixture of fine, creative and light cuisine is served daily. Frechon’s inventive food at Epicure is complemented by the bay windows, which bring the beautifully peaceful gardens outside in. Light meals are on the menu at Le Jardin Français, while the creative cuisine of 114 Faubourg is served in the warm and welcoming brasserie.
Adding to the hotel's breathtaking views are the panoramas across the City of Light from the swimming pool on the 6th floor and its sundeck. Following a relaxing swim and an afternoon soaking up the sun, guests can indulge in pure luxury at the tranquil Spa Le Bristol, where treatments include a platinum facial, caviar body treatment and a vodka body scrub.
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