Le Bristol Paris
Le Bristol Paris is an icon of French elegance and art de vivre located at one of the city’s most prestigious addresses. Surrounded by numerous art galleries, Le Bristol has always been strongly linked to the world of art. Starting from the hotel’s lobby to the headboards of each and every room, guests experience the Parisian art life at its utmost.
Le Bristol Paris is an icon of French elegance and art de vivre located at one of the city’s most prestigious addresses on rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. The first of only 25 hotels in France to receive the “Palace” distinction, the hotel is a brief walk from a handful of other iconic palaces, most notably the Élysée, the Grand Palais and the Louvre. Now completely renovated, the 190 rooms and suites — among the largest in Paris — maintain all of their classic sophistication with furnishings from the Louis XV and Louis XVI eras and original artworks.
Le Bristol Paris, surrounded by numerous art galleries, has always been strongly linked to the world of art. Starting from the hotel’s lobby to the headboards of each and every room, guests experience the Parisian art life at its utmost. From September 2022, Le Bristol Paris offers a private art viewing, in its Paris Suite where guests can taste an exclusive Michelin 3* dinner by Executive Chef Eric Frechon while enjoying a masterpiece from Marc Chagall Les Mariés au coq. Views to one side extend over Paris’s rooftops, all the way to the Eiffel Tower and Montmartre. To the other, a lush 13,000 square foot courtyard garden, freshly designed by Lady Arabella, offers a soothing oasis of greenery and calm.
An exceptional setting offering Oetker Collection’s legendary hospitality defined by excellence, Le Bristol is perhaps best known for its outstanding dining tradition that the hotel has engendered for over 20 years. Eric Frechon has dedicated his career to preserving the art of French gastronomy as Executive Chef. Epicure, Le Bristol’s premier dining experience for its tasting menu and award-winning wine list, has held 3 Michelin stars since 2009. 114 Faubourg, a classic brasserie-style restaurant helmed by Chef Loïc Dantec, has maintained a single Michelin star since 2013. The two restaurants offer a rarefied encounter with regionally sourced ingredients transformed into delicious dishes by expert hands, to be enjoyed with homemade
ancient grain bread produced entirely in-house. A spirit of joie de vivre permeates the hotel from early morning to after midnight. Café Antonia is a quiet refuge for a light meal or afternoon tea lavish with sweet treats by Head of Pastry Chef Pascal Hainigue, taken either in the lobby bar or (season permitting) in the spectacular courtyard garden.
As night falls, Le Bar du Bristol awakens, low lit in cool blue, for the utterly Parisian B.A.D. (Bristol After Dark) evening. The extraordinary rooftop swimming pool and outdoor sun terrace, a fully equipped fitness gym, a steam room and the award-winning Spa Le Bristol by La Prairie provide luxurious avenues of wellbeing. And, never overlooked, precious younger guests can
enjoy spa treatments designed exclusively for children in collaboration with Bonpoint.
W: Le Bristol Paris
112 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris