A member of the Leading Hotels of the World, the Oetker Collection’s prestigious Le Bristol is a hotel masterpiece boasting a 90-year, celebrity-laden history. Between its Michelin-starred cuisine and luxurious 18th century-styled apartments, Le Bristol is renowned for offering its visitors an authentic Parisian art-de-vivre along the fashionable rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré.
After a six-year renovation, considerately executed without closing its doors, Le Bristol now features a glistening Calacatta Michelangelo marble lobby and 188 fully refurbished spacious rooms and suites, all decorated in typical 18th century Parisian fashion with Louis XV and Louis XVI-style furniture, antique mirrors, authentic prints and paintings by French masters, and floral and shimmering fabrics sourced from prestigious companies such as Canovas, Frey, Rubelli, and Thorp of London. Looking over the hotel’s flowering courtyard or the rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, stays at Le Bristol feel like magical and royal Parisian retreats. The light-filled exclusive Signature Suites are quintessential luxury apartments perfect for families or those looking for optimal space and comfort, as well as exceptional panoramic Parisian views. Many may recognize the Panoramic Suite as the site used in Woody Allen’s delightful Francophile film, “Midnight in Paris.”
Cuisine and wellbeing are the cornerstones of any Le Bristol stay. The staff seems to have infinite time to cater to any need, whether making appointments at the newly minted French-style Spa Le Bristol by La Prairie with banya and swimming pool, or ensuring children are attended to while their parents are pampered, either with activities at the Les Amis d’Hippolyte kids’ center or with Fa-raon and Kléopatre, the hotel’s resident cats and palace pashas. Four exceptional dining options led by a trio of culinary masters have secured Le Bristol as one of the most in-demand gastronomical destinations in the city. Le Bristol’s triple Michelin-starred Head Chef, Eric Frenchon, leads the inventive cuisine at the redesigned and award-laden Epicure; one Michelin-star Chef Jean-Charles Cauquil now spearheads the welcoming luxury brasserie 114 Faubourg under the supervision of Frenchon; and 2011 Pastry Chef of the Year Laurent Jeannin rounds out the hotel’s delicacies with English-style afternoon tea at Le Jardin Francais.
Located on the most fashionable street in Paris, Le Bristol is perfectly poised amid some of the best attractions in Paris, including shopping along the rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, home to the most high-end French brands such as Hermès, Dior, and Chanel.Request Information