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Sunday, October 20, 2019

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The Best Hotels In Paris For Business Travelers, 2019

Paris remains one of the most visited cities in the world—and why should it not be? It is beautiful, elegant, modern, and incredible. Everything about it is impressive, from whichever perspective you wish to see it. However, of the many things this city is well known, it being a hub of luxury hotels is quite something.

There will only be a few in the world which can match the charm of the luxury hotels in Paris. Here you will find some of the most well-maintained, customer-friendly, luxury-loaded hotels which assure the most satisfying experience you can have.

In case you are desirous of staying at one of these remarkable hotels, I have a few to recommend. Here are 10 luxurious hotels in Paris you may want to consider.

  1. Hôtel de Crillon (Rosewood Hotel).
    10 Place de la Concorde, 75008 Paris, France
    Welcome to one of the oldest hotels in the city, Hôtel De Crillon holds an unchallenged position as the best-known hotel here. In 2018, the hotel was reintroduced to the world in the form of a Rosewood Hotel. Over here, you will get to experience antiquity and modernity in absolute blend much reflected in its interiors, staff and customer services.
  2. Hotel Maison Souquet, Paris.
    10 Rue de Bruxelles, 75009 Paris, France
    Maison Souquet is a member of the hotel group, Maisons Particulieres Collection. Designed by the celebrated designer Jacques Garcia and opened in 2015, the hotel is unique because its interior takes inspiration from the brothels operating during the Belle Époque period. One of the biggest giveaways of this hotel is that it allows customers to have a private spa.
  3. Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris.
    15 Place Vendôme, 75001 Paris, France
    Established in 1928, Four Seasons Hotel is known for its traditional look, though it has recently incorporated a lot of modern elements. Inside, you will be an eye witness to magnificent hallways and lavish rooms, topped with mouth-watering food selection to give you an earthly sense of heaven. Of course, then there is the grandstanding flower display which can be found everywhere in the hotel.
  4. Hôtel Ritz Paris.
    15 Place Vendôme, 75001 Paris, France
    If you want a hotel which is best connected to the city, then Hotel Ritz should be your first option. Overlooking the famous Place Vendôme square, Hotel Ritz stands as out as one of the prestigious members of the elite hotel organization called Leading Hotels of The World, making it one of the most luxury ridden hotels in the entire universe. Enough said you know now that it is a huge deal here in Paris.
  5. Hotel Le Bristol Paris.
    112 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris, France
    This all-white painted, five-star hotel is an esteemed member of the Oetker Collection and has amassed a great reputation for being top-notch in everything it does. Over here, you can find almost everything you expect from a luxury hotel including a fitness center, delectable choice of dishes and drinks, spa and extravagant rooms.
  6. The Peninsula Paris.
    19 Avenue Kléber, 75116 Paris, France
    Constructed in a typical Parisian style, the hotel is a treat to the eyes and comfort to the soul. Much of this happens because of the incorporation of modern-day amenities carefully but stylishly blended into its traditional architectural and interior design. While the hotel offers many great services, one is the stunning view of the eternal Eiffel Tower from one of its restaurants.
  7. Mandarin Oriental, Paris.
    251 Rue Saint-Honoré, 75001 Paris, France
    One of the highly received hotels from the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group is Mandarin Oriental Paris. A new addition to the world of Parisian hotels it maybe it has managed to quickly ascend to the top with its stunning and absolutely memorable services. It holds the distinction of providing the most spacious rooms and extremely delicious food at its restaurant run by a Michelin star chef.
  8. Hotel Plaza Athénée.
    25 Avenue Montaigne, 75008 Paris, France
    The first thing you would notice about this highly extravagant hotel is the generous use of foliage and flora across its length and breadth including its exteriors. It might take a while before you notice anything else, but once you do you will see a world of high-class hotel services and management. A major advantage of staying here is its proximity to mainstream tourist attractions such as the Louvre and Eiffel Tower.
  9. Hotel Le Meurice Paris.
    228 Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris, France
    If you know about the hotel grading practices of French Hotel Industry, then you would know that the ‘palace’ grade means that the designated hotel offers the highest level of services to its customers.  In simple words, it is the best there is in the world.
    Le Meurice is one of them. It is managed by a London-based Dorchester Collection and is presently one of the most expensive hotels in the world. After all, luxury comes at a price; the highest level of luxury comes at a greater price.
  10. Hotel Le Royal Monceau – Raffles Paris.
    37 Avenue Hoche, 75008 Paris, France
    Le Royal Monceau-Raffles is not just your any other luxury hotel; it also houses an art gallery. This does not end there as the hotel offers some of the most artistically constructed rooms served by a really talented and customer-friendly staff. It is, particularly, known for its grandiose suites which attract people from all over the world and its Michelin starred restaurant ably satisfying its customers’ appetite.

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