A sophisticated and elegantly refined French palace by any other name is Le Bristol Hotel in Paris. Established as a hotel in 1925, this Haussmannian-inspired building boasts 188 rooms and suites, all appointed in classic eighteenth-century style fabrics and finishes thoughtful of the buildings 250 year-old heritage. Thanks to a generous, 150 million Euro refurbishing project afforded by current owners the Oetker Group, the hotel now provides discerning guests: two new luxury suites; a renovated spa by La Prairie; the freshly decorated Epicure restaurant; and an embellished 1200 square meter French-style garden frequented by the hotel’s Birman feline resident, Fa-raon. The recipient of numerous awards including 2014 Best Luxury Hotel in France by Trip Advisor Traveller’s Choice, Le Bristol Hotel’s exemplary service and regal quality make it the Toast of Paris!

As the essence of Parisian luxury and savoir-fare, Le Bristol Hotel is a family friendly, five-star prestigious Grand Dame that has been the lodging choice of nobility, dignitaries, and Hollywood’s A-list for decades. The site of Woody’s Allen’s Midnight in Paris, travel savvy guests flock to the exceptional old landmark to indulge in such opulent amenities as, a sixth-floor pool uniquely fashioned

after the deck of a sailboat; antique furnishings, master paintings, and original tapestries; and the hotels 3-Michelin star restaurant, Epicure. Led by celebrated Executive Chef Éric Frechon, the haute-cuisine Epicure restaurant is a gastronomic delight of classic French fare carefully crafted for the modern palate. Complimenting such perfectly balanced gourmet creations as stuffed macaroni with black truffle, artichoke and duck foie gras ‘au gratin’ with ripened parmesan, is a selection from the 2,200 wine references of Canadian born sommelier, Marco Pelletier from wine-producing estates and winegrowers that he knows personally.

Located on the Rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré in the hub of the city’s fashion and art district, Le Bristol Hotel Paris is a short stroll from the Champs-Élysées, a quick cab ride to the Eiffel Tower, and a 40 minute drive from the Charles de Gaulle Airport.