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Top 5 Luxury Hotels in Paris


TripAdvisor may have named Paris as the 5th most expensive city for tourist in the world but the high price does not keep millions of travelers from visiting the City of Love every year. Paris is a favorite not just for honeymooners but even for fashionistas during Paris Fashion Week, partying in France, myriad of museums and other travel attractions. A grand trip to Paris is not complete without staying at the most opulent accommodations the city has to offer. Here is a list of the top 5 most luxurious hotels in Paris:

Prince de Galles, a Luxury Collection Hotel

Prince de Galles is known to be an iconic Paris hotel because of its meticulous restoration and Parisian Art Deco style. It is located just a few steps away from the Champs-Elysées and avenue Montaigne, near haute couture houses like Dior and Cartier and is also close to some of the most celebrated landmarks such as the Arc de Triomphe and the Eiffel Tower.

Location: 33 Avenue George V
Rate:  $1,021 per night

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Shangri-La Hotel Paris

Shangri-La Hotel Paris has been noted to have one of the most magnificent views of the Eiffel Tower and Sacré Coeur because of the hotel’s position on Chaillot Hill. Built in 1896 for Prince Roland Bonaparte, it has been wonderfully restored with opulent details such as marble hallways, ground-floor salons, suites in Pierre-Yves Rochon creams and blues and so much more.

Location: 10 Avenue d’Iena
Rate: $1,074 per night ShangriLa_cnt_14feb12_prPhoto credit: www.cntraveller.com shangri-laPhoto credits: www.shangri-la.com/paris

Park Hyatt Paris – Vendome

French classical architecture and contemporary design with floor to ceiling colonnades and modern art works. Close to Louvre and the Seine, Park Hyatt has some of the best restaurants like La Terrasse, Les Orchidées, Pur’Grill and La Table du Chef.

Location: 5 Rue De La Paix
Rate: $1,163 per night

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Mandarin Oriental, Paris

Mandarin Oriental exudes a Hong Kong-meets-Paris feel with its gold-leaf entrance, temple bells, Art Deco facade and geometrical courtyard garden. The bedrooms at Mandarin Oriental are huge, modern and romantic with soft colors of browns, plums and creams. The hotel also has a wide array of gastronomic delights that invite international food travelers.

Location: 251 Rue Saint-Honore
Rate: $1,453 per night 2-mandarin-oriental-paris-251-rue-saint-honore-1453-per-night

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Hôtel Fouquet’s Barrière

The Hotel Fouquet’s Barrière is the first luxury Parisian hotel to obtain the famous 5th star. It is also a proud advocate of sustainable development. The hotel boasts of three ISO standards (for service quality, for environmental commitment and for safeguarding human rights and children’s rights), which is a unique achievement in the international hotel industry. Their luxe hotel has 48 rooms, 33 suites, 3 bars, 5 restaurants and one posh spa; and they accommodate pets too.

Location: 46 Avenue George V
Rate: $1,487 per night

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Final Thoughts

One of the most romantic cities in the world also offers the best in luxury. What do you love most about these Parisian hotels?

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