On 1 September 2020, Le Bristol Paris’s revolving door will turn once again. Since 1925, the hotel has been celebrated for its unique and exemplary service—the ultimate reference for art de vivre.
Located on the elegant rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, in the heart of the city’s arts and fashion district, the hotel features renovated rooms and suites decorated in an 18th-century French style.
A temple of polished marble and antique furnishings in the Louis XV and XVI styles subtly blends with the soft hues of the colour schemes, once again highlighting classical Parisian elegance. Magnificent suites feel like refined, traditional Parisian apartments, and some offer spectacular views of the Eiffel Tower.
Commissioned by the Countess Bergit Douglas, luxury brands Loro Piana, Braquenié, and Manuel Canovas, complement the interiors with precious materials, plush fabrics and elegant tonalities that aim to seduce with their refined beauty.
When it comes to dining, Chef Eric Frechon creates exceptional cuisine in the three-Michelin-starred restaurant Epicure, which overlooks Le Bristol’s French gardens. The one-Michelin-starred luxury brasserie 114 Faubourg offers an inviting atmosphere while Le Bar du Bristol is the place to see and be seen in Paris in the evening.