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Le Bristol

Contacts

Country: France

City: Paris

Address: 112 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris, France

Phone number: +33153434300

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Make yourself feel like home in 18th century French furni...
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I think I just want to live here
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Le Bristol Hôtel......luxury and Charm
Le Bristol Hôtel......luxury and Charm
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#Paris, you do a stunning evening sky. View from @lebrist...
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The courtyard of the beautiful Le Bristol. .
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Quiet elegance @lebristolparis

Reviews

#1
Ok if you are the head of state you will come here
So we stayed here. Expensive, luxe, amazing public spaces, bar and restaurant. If you like to sit near the King of Saudi or the pas President of France this is the place. It has a great feel, great staff and great place. If you are not the head of a country or the head of a big, international firm it might be a bit pricey
Review by Brian W

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#2
Excellent hotel to be pampered in Paris
I love this hotel. It has everything you can imagine and is accustomed to service at the highest level. The restaurant Epicure is one of our favorite restaurants, and the lobby offers a wonderful place to relax and try a variety of cognacs...

Highly Recommnded!
Review by ashafrir

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#3
Needs a Sixth Star
I'm at a bit of a loss how to describe this hotel, it is dreamlike, something you imagine, very Parisian, extravagant. Service is over the top excellent from every member of the staff. They anticipate your needs and never failed to exceed our expectations. There aren't enough superlatives. The rooms were spacious, comfortable, well appointed. The property is gorgeous, perfectly located. The concierge staff makes perfect recommendations. The management staff is charming and gracious. Little surprises and treats show up in the room. Epicure is one of the finest restaurants in the world. From the moment we arrived it was perfect, we felt at home in this luxurious and indulgent hotel. It was a magical 10th anniversary
Review by treetownal

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#4
Epitome of French Elegance and Service
Le Bristol is the standout luxury escape in beautiful Paris. What really sets it apart is its commitment to service excellence for each guest and its ambience of extreme elegance in a most tasteful way. Some hotels smile, nod and are polite but the staff at Le Bristol listen. The location is ideal being away from some of the larger more contentious locations. Beautifully decorated for Christmas, the lounge is also quite exquisite and breakfast was cozy.
Review by Daniel S

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#5
Superb Again
We stayed at the Bristol for the 12th time in order to celebrate New Year's Eve in Paris and at the Bristol. Once again, we were extraordinarily happy with everything at the Bristol. Although the hotel was not required to have our room available for occupancy when we arrived at 9:00 a.m., not just the room but the specific room we had requested was ready for us. Then, our New Year's Eve dinner at 114 Faubourg -- the one Michelin restaurant at the hotel -- was marvelous. Aside from the excellent food, which included a fettuccini with white truffles, there were two singers who were not only able to sing numerous popular songs but they were also able with their two supporters to get everyone dancing in the restaurant. Then, after midnight, the dancing continued in the Bristol Bar. During our five night stay, the concierge staff was always willing and able to provide diligent help above and beyond the call of duty. Added to the foregoing were daily superb breakfasts in the Epicure dining room. Finally, the numerous Christmas trees in the Bristol garden with their bright Christmas lights and the Christmas trees in the lobby all contributed to our holiday feeling. The bottom line is that the Bristol makes you feel like family in your home away from home. All we can say is bring on our 13th stay. David and Alecia P.
Review by David P

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Description

Location
The spot Le Bristol occupies on the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré is right at the grand, historical heart of Paris, just next door to Mr Macron’s Élysée Palace. Flagship Hermes and other luxury boutiques are less than 10 minutes’ walk east on the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. Key sights including the Tuileries, Invalides and Musee d'Orsay are walkable in under 15 minutes. Nearest Metro: Madelaine (lines 8, 12 and 14).

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Rooms
The rooms are huge for Paris, with a standard double measuring the same size as many Parisians’ apartments. The design is traditional, even a touch fusty for some tastes (think floral bedspreads, grand curtains and antique furniture). Don't expect: slick contemporary lines or tech bells and whistles. Do expect: supremely comfortable king-sized beds, plush carpets, as well as marble bathrooms with heated floors and powerful rain showers.

Many rooms have gorgeous views on to the interior courtyard, with its white wood trellises and sculptures. The layout is maze-like. If you get lost (apparently a regular occurance) you can always call reception from one of the many phones in the corridor.


Food & drink
Executive chef, the Légion d'honneur-decorated Eric Frechon, has accrued four Michelin stars since arriving at Le Bristol. Three belong to the world-famous Epicure, a fine dining reference, set in a chandelier-clad dining room overlooking the courtyard. It offers traditional French fine dining, with dishes such as stuffed macaroni with black truffle and young pigeon with orange honey and caramelised onion, and enjoys a reputation as one of the best restaurants in the world.

Across the lobby you’ll find the less formal Le 114 Faubourg, which also possesses its own Michelin star. Here you can expect rich contemporary French cuisine with interesting flavour combinations. The marinated beetroot with fromage frais and hacddock (€38 [£33]) is a highlight. Expect a warm welcome from charming restaurant manager Patrice Jeanne and his team. Sommelier Johan is happy to recommend wine pairings. The bright décor – huge painted dahlias on an orange background and burnt orange columns – was likely intended to differentiate it from its more formal sister, but it feels incongruous with the (still significant) price point and level of service.

Breakfast is served in Café Antonia or Epicure. A range of tasty if pricey options is available: continental €45 (£39); American €60 (£53); healthy and Japanese both €65 (£57). The healthy breakfast is the most creative, featuring a fresh fruit juice, a zingy ginger, lemon and honey infusion, fruit, gojo berry muesli and an egg white omlette; American consists of juice, pastries and a dainty fruit salad with eggs and coffee made to order, served in exquisite ornamental china.


Value for money
Double rooms from €1,050 (£926) in low season; and from €1,400 (£1,234) in high. Breakfast from €45 (£39). Free Wi-Fi. This is one of the most famous luxury hotels in the world in one of the world’s most expensive cities, so it is very pricey. The grand surrounds, luxurious facilities and old-school hospitality mean it will be a memorable stay, and you're almost guaranteed to spot a celebrity.

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