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The most expensive and luxurious hotels of Paris

In Paris about 40 hotels have the status of “Luxury.” We will tell you about the 7 most luxurious and fashionable hotels in the capital of France.

All these hotels are world famous, they stayed stars, writers, presidents, the Royal family. One of the artists wrote view of Paris, which would become a hallmark of the city. In other rooms were decided the fate of the world. Somewhere was written great novels, but somewhere in the shooting of okolonauchnyh movies. So she lived Princess Diana, and stayed here the hero of “the da Vinci Code”. And all of these seven hotels.

And, of course, all of these Paris hotels five stars!

HÔTEL DE CRILLON

It is a former private Palace. The Hotel de Crillon on place de La Concorde. next to the Park of the Tuileries. initially, the Champs elysées and between the presidential élysée Palace and former Royal Louvre.

The Palace was built in 1758 on the Royal street of Paris by king Louis XV. The hotel Palace began in 1909. It is the oldest luxury hotel in Paris. Continue reading

Best Paris hotels

Of course, the list of the best hotels of the French capital is not confined to our short list; but, on the other hand, a lifetime is not enough in practice to evaluate all of Paris, having lived in them at least a few days. So, maybe someone on our list will be enough.

the numbering used for convenience of presentation

Hotels in the centre of Paris (on the Ile de La Cité), which are often referred to in specialized ratings and positive reviews in the press.

This list is not rated, the numbering used for convenience of presentation. The prices may change from those listed in one or another way. The list will be updated.

Le Meurice (Le Maurice)

One of the best and most expensive hotels in Paris. The location near the Louvre Museum and the famous shopping street of Saint-honoré is also very consistent with its elitism; and the proximity to the major financial institutions of the French capital – the settles not only stars, but also financiers. Continue reading

Legendary hotel

Hotel Belles Rives is a legendary hotel . located in the heart of Juan-Les-Pins (Juan-les-Pins) close to the beach, just a short drive from Cannes and nice international airport. The history of the hotel dates from 1925, when Scott Fitzgerald and his wife Zelda, arriving in Antibes, rented a beautiful Villa Saint-Louis (Villa Saint-Louis), which in 1929 was converted into the Hôtel Belles Rives. For offers luxurious and comfortable rooms of four categories: Deluxe Suite, Deluxe Room, Superior Room and Classic Room with views of the Lerins Islands, the Esterel massif or cap d’antibes. Each room has all the amenities of a modern hotel, including a balcony, a flat-screen TV, wifi Internet, safe box, mini bar, hair dryer, Bathrobe, Slippers and toiletries brand Penhaligon’s. Guests can dine in the gastronomic restaurant “La Passagère”, equipped with a splendid panoramic terrace and an elegant piano bar “Fitzgerald”, part of the prestigious Association “Cafés Historiques et Patrimoniaux d’europe”.

Luxury room can comfortably accommodate up to 600 guests, and world-class cuisine are the perfect environment for social events of any type – conferences, presentations,business Lunches, gala evenings, wedding ceremonies, wine tastings and cocktail parties. Continue reading

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