A regular fixture in F. Scott Fitzgerald novels, the Hotel Ritz Paris is the epitome of glitz and glam. It's easy to get lost in thoughts of the dapper gentlemen and red-lipped ladies who once sauntered through its halls.
The Hotel Ritz Paris exudes timeless French elegance and sophistication. Sumptuous soft-toned rooms and suites are lined with gold-bordered white moldings, shimmering crystal and gold chandeliers, and dolled up further with antique paintings and objects. Brocade wall coverings and luxurious drapery envelope the windows, making it an intimate space fit for a king.
Beautiful marble en-suites are fitted with golden swan faucets, the same as those used when the Hotel Ritz Paris opened in 1898. Ease into a Louis chair to takes notes about your day exploring the city. Feel pampered like a royal when you tuck into the beds wrapped in Italian cotton sheets so finely woven that they feel like satin.
The film Love in the Afternoon starring Audrey Hepburn and Gary Cooper was filmed at the Hotel Ritz Paris, and it’s easy to see why. It’s one of those classic properties that has always attracted high society. In fact, its spacious suites take on the names of those who have spent time at the Hotel Ritz Paris, including Charlie Chaplin and King Edward VII. Crane your neck up to the decadent painted ceiling of the Chopin Suite, listed as a Historic Monument.
Settle in at the Hemingway Bar to enjoy a stirred cocktail, and imagine the author sitting in the same place back in the 1920s when he would stop by weekly for a drink. Soak in the atmosphere and nibble on a delightful pastry during afternoon tea in the Salon Proust.
Jazz Age author F. Scott Fitzgerald’s legacy is celebrated in the suite named after him. His Gatsby-style life was inspiration for his novels. Fitzgerald and his wife were enamored with luxury, jewels, and all-night parties. Fashion designer Coco Chanel permanently settled into the Hotel Ritz Paris, and her suite is a a black and white abode of luxury accented by Asian lacquer, gilded mirrors, and rare photographs.
Take a leisurely stroll in the French Garden, set against the backdrop of the property’s pastel-hued walls and adorned with manicured lawns and hedges. This is the French art de vivre and it is fully embraced at Hotel Ritz Paris.Request Information