lifestyle /travel Le Bristol Paris, an elegant address on Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré The perfect fusion of luxury and Parisian artistry offering an array of magnificent suites, restaurants and world renowned spa treatments.
by Piriyanga Thirunimalan

Set in the heart of the City of Lights, Le Bristol Paris is a five-star hotel that has prided itself on its exquisite service for nearly a century. From its grandeur architecture to its authentic gastronomic delights, the hotel makes every effort to present a timeless Parisian experience to all visitors. Le Bristol Paris is an Oetker Collection Hotel and was the first French hotel to earn the Palace distinction.

Inside the walls of the hotel lies an 18th century exhibition of Paris’ finest architecture and culture, displaying both royalty and modernity in one. The hotel has been frequently renovated throughout its standing in order to merge its historical atmosphere with the ever-changing artistic nature of Paris, and its regal personality has been recognised by numerous awards including Forbes’ Five Star Award in 2018. The hotel is defined by natural light, white walls and beautifully selected flower displays; showcasing without fail Parisian opulence and elegance.

Le Bristol Paris, an elegant address on Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré
Le Bristol Paris, an elegant address on Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré
Le Bristol Paris, an elegant address on Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré
Royal Suite Living Room
Courtesy of Le Bristol Paris

No two suites are the same, and there’s something for everyone at Le Bristol Paris. While the Deluxe Rooms can be offered with a magnificent garden view, the renowned Prestige Elysée Suites overlook the iconic rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. Designed in the richest fabrics, curtains and furniture, each room is embroidered in royal furnishings. The signature suites all attempt to provide guests with an unforgettable trip, with the 1925 suite holding original photographs taken at the hotel of Josephine Baker, and the Penthouse Suite featuring an 2,155 square-foot apartment embellished in rich silks and velvets.

The hotel does not stand merely within the confines of its walls but also extends out to a 1200 sqm garden: La Jardin Francais. Referred to as a ‘rare jewel in the heart of Paris,’ the garden can be used as a place where guests can enjoy the comfort and serenity that the greenery and fresh assortment of roses offer.

‘Home to four Michelin stars,’ Le Bristol Paris presents a break-taking selection of gastronomy. The Epicure holds three Michelin stars, and is run by acclaimed chef, Eric Frechon. The restaurant presents an excellent menu of Parisian-inspired dishes; perfect for sitting under the white parasols and indulging in whilst taking in the awing views of La Jardin Francais. Le Bristol Paris also boasts another Michelin Star restaurant, 114 Faubourg, offering innovative twists on classic French delicacies. Alternatively, to catch a light bite during the day whilst indulging in comfort, look towards the Café Antonia.

Le Bristol Paris, an elegant address on Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré
Le Bristol Paris, an elegant address on Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré
Le Bristol Paris, an elegant address on Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré
Rooftop Swimming Pool
Courtesy of Le Bristol Paris

Presenting breakaway luxuries such as a rooftop swimming pool which overlooks astounding views of the Eiffel Tower, and a unique and fun Kid’s Club, Le Bristol Paris ensures that everyone has an exceptional experience, no matter the age! The Spa and Wellness centre is a can’t-miss, with eight treatment rooms, professional therapists and masseuses, and a range of exclusive treatments, including the magical La Prairie’s Caviar massage.

No matter the type of experience you are seeking, Le Bristol Paris bestows a unique, tailor-made journey for all. The private couple suites in the spa make it the perfect couple getaway, and the safe and enjoyable Kid’s Club makes an exhilarating, yet regal, family holiday.

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Piriyanga Thirunimalan
Piriyanga is an undergraduate history student who writes on a vast variety of topics from travel and culture to politics and history. She is a Senior Writer for the student newspaper ‘Concrete,’ and is a guest author at Royist.
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