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LE BRISTOL

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  • HOTEL OVERVIEW

    Le Bristol Paris’ exemplary service and unrivalled elegance make it the hotel of choice in the French capital.
    The hotel is located on the prestigious rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré at the heart of Paris’ fashion and arts district, where it has been welcoming its esteemed guests since 1925. Its 188 rooms and suites have undergone extensive refurbishment and are spacious and bright, decorated in classic eighteenth-century style.

    A Michelin star for their deluxe brasserie on 114 Faubourg, an entirely renovated garden, Le Bar du Bristol was voted Best Luxury Hotel Bar Worldwide by the American magazine Luxury Travel Advisor. Spa Le Bristol by La Prairie was also named Best Luxury Emerging Spa in France at the World Luxury Spa Awards together with Epicure ranked Paris’ No.1 restaurant on Trip Advisor. Lastly, in December, the hotel was included in two prestigious American rankings: Conde Nast Traveller’s Gold List 2014 and Travel + Leisure’s T+L 500 list.

    We are proud to say that in 2013 Le Bristol Paris stood out as one of France and Europe’s best hotels.

    We would like you to enjoy an unparalleled experience, thanks to the remarkable work of their teams who strive to improve every day, with their passion and unique know-how. Le Bristol Hotel’s teams are looking forward to welcoming new and returning guests to this exceptional hotel.

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    ROOMS & SUITES
    Since 1925 the hotel has been welcoming its esteemed guests to stay in its 188 rooms, of which 92 are suites. The spacious and light-filled rooms and suites have undergone extensive refurbishment and are decorated in classic eighteenth-century style. Fabrics are only selected from the most prestigious companies. The prints, paintings and mirrors are all authentic as reproductions are not allowed at Le Bristol, which is owned by a family of art collectors.

    Deluxe Rooms

    The individually designed Deluxe Rooms are spacious (485 sq. ft.), bright and overlook the magnificent 13,000 sq. ft. French-style garden above the famous rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, home to the most prestigious luxury French brands (Hermès, Dior, Chanel, etc.) or over the hotel’s flower-filled courtyard. The rooms are decorated with Louis XV and Louis XVI-style furniture, vintage prints and Canovas, Frey or Thorp of London fabrics in pastel shades. The rooms benefit from spacious bathrooms fitted with twin basins, a bidet and a separate shower. The Deluxe Rooms can be interconnected to accommodate a family.

    Prestige Rooms

    The 540 sq. ft. Prestige Rooms are the most spacious at Le Bristol. The light-filled rooms have lovely views of either the hotel’s flower-filled courtyard or the ultra-chic rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, where you will find the most prestigious luxury French brands (Hermès, Dior, Chanel, etc.). They are richly decorated in a typically Parisian fashion with Louis XV or Louis XVI-style furniture, a comfortable sitting area and an enormous bathroom fitted with twin basins, a bidet and a separate shower. Each room is unique with its own Toile de Jouy or another fabric printed with floral or shimmering designs. From Canovas to Rubelli, all the fabrics produced by the most prestigious designers can be found at Le Bristol.

    Junior Suite

    The 595 sq. ft. Junior Suites combine spaciousness with the cosy charm of typically Parisian décor featuring a Louis XV and Louis XVI-style sitting area, precious fabrics in soft shades from big-name designers such as Frey, Nobilis or Rubelli and a bathroom fitted with twin basins, a bidet and a separate shower. They overlook the magnificent 13,000 sq. ft. French-style garden, the chic and famous rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré or the hotel’s flower-filled courtyard. The Junior Suites can be interconnected with a Luxury Room to accommodate a family.

    Deluxe Junior Suite

    The Deluxe Junior Suites offer the elegance of a 805 sq. ft. Parisian apartment with a view over the hotel’s flower-filled courtyard, the glass dome of the Castellan salon or the famous rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. The sitting area is separated from the bedroom to ensure uninterrupted rest. The suites are exceptionally light and spacious, with Pierre Frey raspberry and ivory-coloured Toile de Jouy fabrics and eighteenth-century French furniture. The Deluxe Junior Suites feature vast dressing rooms and bathrooms with twin basins, a bidet and separate shower.

    Deluxe Suite

    The capacious Deluxe Suites (970 sq. ft.) display the most exquisite works of art of paintings by French masters, the finest sculptures and Louis XV or Louis XVI furniture. These suites comprise a lounge area with a separate entrance and a large bedroom overlooking the magnificent 13,000 sq. ft. French-style garden or the hotel’s flower-filled courtyard. The bathroom is fitted with twin basins, a bidet and a separate shower. The Deluxe Suites can be interconnected with a Deluxe Room to accommodate a family.

    Saint-Honoré Suite

    The 1,185 sq.ft. Saint-Honoré suites are furnished with armchairs upholstered in chintz and damask by Frey. The suites consist of a sitting room, a vast bedroom with an antechamber and two bathrooms, each with its own separate shower, bidet and twin basins. One of the suites overlooks avenue Matignon and the others overlook the glass dome of the Castellan salon. They can be connected to two of the Luxury Rooms to create a 2,155 sq.ft. apartment.

    Prestige Elysée Suite

    Among the largest suites le Bristol has to offer, the 1,290 sq.ft. Prestige Elysée Suites overlook avenue Matignon or the ultra-chic rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, home to the most prestigious luxury French brands as well as to the Elysée Palace, the French President’s official residence. The suites are South-facing and consist of a bedroom, a sitting room and two bathrooms, both with twin basins, bidet and separate shower. They can be connected with three bedrooms (maximum) and converted into a 2,700 sq.ft. apartment.

    Terrace Suite

    The Terrace Suites on the 5th and 6th floors of the hotel offer the ultimate luxury of an immense flower-filled terrace measuring over 1,290 sq.ft., with a bird’s-eye view of the magnificent 13,000 sq.ft. French-style garden. The peaceful and refined 1,185 sq.ft. suites consist of a bedroom and a light-filled sitting room, two bathrooms each with twin basins, a bidet and a separate shower. From this vantage point, the Parisian air smells much sweeter.

    Penthouse Suite

    The Penthouse Suite on the seventh floor overlooks the magnificent French-style garden, the dome of the church of Saint-Augustin and the hotel’s flower-filled interior courtyard. Its private terrace allows you to lunch or dine outside while enjoying a superb view over the rooftops of Paris. Measuring 2,155 sq.ft., this exceptional Empire-style suite is furnished with silks and damask from the most renowned designers. It comprises a sitting room adorned with a majestic marble fireplace, a dining area, a study and a large bedroom. One to three additional bedrooms, two of which are duplex, can be connected to this suite to create the unique comfort of a 3,765 sq.ft. private residence within the heart of Le Bristol. All the bathrooms are fitted with twin basins, a bidet and a separate shower.

    Hippolyte Jammet, the founder of Le Bristol, designed this suite to live with his family on the seventh and eighth floors of the main wing. Nowadays, this Parisian apartment is very popular with the big names in international politics, but also the entertainment and film world that welcomes its guests in a prestigious new décor as it was renovated in 2014.

    Panoramic Suite

    The whole city stretches out in front of your eyes! Montmartre, the Opéra… the City of Lights is all yours. Used as a location for “Midnight in Paris”, a movie directed by Woody Allen, the 1,725 sq.ft. Panoramic Suite is an authentic Parisian apartment clad in soft colours. It is decorated with paintings by French masters, antique mirrors and Louis XV furniture. This charming suite even has its own small flower-filled terrace which echoes the garden it overlooks. It also includes a large dressing room, a kitchen and a sunny bathroom fitted with twin basins together with a bidet and a separate shower. It can be connected to a second bedroom to provide a maximum surface area of 2,155 sq.ft. It was renovated in 2014.

    Paris Suite

    The Paris Suite is located on the sixth floor of the new wing at Le Bristol on the corner of avenue Matignon and the incredibly famous rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, with a breathtaking view of the City of Lights and the Eiffel Tower from the wrought-iron balcony which surrounds it. It is richly decorated with Louis XV and Louis XVI-style furniture. The sitting room and dining room are clad in embroidered silks by the prestigious designer Colefax in vibrant shades of yellow, turquoise and red, while the bedroom is hung with gold moiré by Thorp of London. A fitted kitchen and its own spa make this an exceptional suite! The light-filled bathroom made out of pink marble from Portugal, has twin basins, a bidet and a separate shower. An additional bedroom can be connected to this suite to create a total surface area of 2,050 sq.ft., high above Paris.

    Princière Suite

    The 1,615 sq.ft. Princière Suites are decorated in a manner worthy of an eighteenth-century private town house, with a magnificent oak-panelled sitting room, painted walls featuring vintage motifs from a Swedish castle, sitting rooms hung alternately with dark green and vibrant red Rubelli damask, Louis XV or Louis XVI-style furniture in rare woods and antique prints.

    They overlook the magnificent 13,000 sq.ft. French-style garden or Le Bristol’s flower-filled interior courtyard and comprise a vast sitting area and a dining area which can accommodate up to 12 guests to enjoy gastronomic cuisine supervised by Le Bristol’s three-star Michelin chef, Eric Frechon. A spacious Carrara marble bathroom fitted with twin basins, a bidet, a separate shower and a spa complete these splendid prestige apartments.

    Royal Suites

    The 3,225 sq.ft. Royal Suites are decorated in a manner worthy of an eighteenth-century private town house with a magnificent oak-panelled sitting room, painted walls featuring vintage motifs from a Swedish castle, sitting areas hung alternately with dark green and vibrant red Rubelli damask, Louis XV or Louis XVI-style furniture in rare woods and antique prints.

    They overlook the magnificent 13,000 sq.ft. French-style garden or Le Bristol’s flower-filled interior courtyard and comprise a vast sitting area and a dining area which can accommodate up to 12 guests to enjoy gastronomic cuisine supervised by Le Bristol’s three-star Michelin chef, Eric Frechon. A spacious Carrara marble bathroom fitted with twin basins, a bidet, a separate shower and a spa complete these splendid prestige apartments.

    Honeymoon Suites

    The Honeymoon Suite is located on the eighth and top floor and overlooks the highly fashionable rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, with a panoramic view over the capital’s most beautiful monuments. This typically Parisian suite has a sloping ceiling and features a magnificent oak parquet floor with a chevron pattern. It measures 2,530 sq.ft. and comprises an enormous sitting room, an elegant bedroom with two dressing areas, and a connecting bathroom with a steam shower and spacious bath. This exceptional, light-filled suite can also be connected to a second bedroom which has a breathtaking view of the Eiffel Tower.

    Imperial Suites

    The 3,475 sq.ft. Imperial Suite is the largest suite at Le Bristol. The dining area with parquet de Versailles flooring, overlooks the hotel’s magnificent French-style garden and can accommodate up to twelve guests. The adjacent sitting room featuring furniture from the prestigious French firm Taillardat, is decorated with precious fabrics in soft tones by Canovas, creating an inviting atmosphere in classic Parisian style.

    The main bedroom, which is flooded with natural light, is decorated with floral fabrics by Canovas and Veraseta. With its own sitting area and a large dressing room, this 325 sq.ft. bedroom is the perfect place for guests to enjoy a moment of absolute relaxation.

    To complete this exceptional suite, its 270 sq.ft. bathroom is made of pink Aurora marble, enhanced with grey-blue cabochons from the Savoy region of France. It overlooks the garden and has a steam shower and a bath to create a private spa for total indulgence.

    Adjoining this magnificent suite, a second light-filled bedroom, measuring a generous 325 sq.ft., is furnished with sky blue floral fabrics from Canovas and features its own sitting area. Decorated with antique prints and master paintings, it has a pleasant view over the hotel’s flower-filled courtyard. This bedroom is attached to a 270 sq.ft. bathroom, also bathed in natural light, which comprises a bath, a separate shower and twin basins.

    DINING & COCKTAILS

    Chef Eric Frechon, triple Michelin-starred, is responsible for the restaurants and bars at Le Bristol Paris and proposes three different dining experiences: Every day at Epicure he creates exquisite and inventive cuisine in the newly designed dining room, bathed in natural light. 114 Faubourg, le Bristol’s luxury brasserie, has a delightfully warm and welcoming Parisian atmosphere. It is overseen by Chef Eric Desbordes, under the supervision of Eric Frechon. Le Jardin Francais is a chic, cosmopolitan, very Parisian meeting place at any time of day. The Bar at Le Bristol is the new place to go for a night out in Paris.

    Epicure

    Epicure, Le Bristol’s triple Michelin-starred gastronomic restaurant, is located next to the hotel’s magnificent French-style garden and its bay windows allow diners to make the most of this lovely setting. Architect Pierre-Yves Rochon, in collaboration with Mrs Maja Oetker, has transformed the hotel’s former Summer restaurant into an exceptional, light-filled dining room, dedicated to the art of living and the pleasure of savouring Eric Frechon’s cuisine. Epicure is open every day for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

    114 Faubourg

    September is synonymous with celebrations at 114 Faubourg, Le Bristol’s luxury brasserie with 1-star rating in the Michelin guide. As this famous Parisian restaurant celebrates its 5thanniversary, it also witnesses the rise of Jean-Charles Cauquil at the head of a team of 21 people.

    Under the attentive eye and guidance of this 4-star rated Chef, Chef Jean-Charles Cauquil continues to perfect both his sense of rigour and precision, the sole aim of which is to achieve excellence. They share the love of exceptional products and respect for French terroir. They take traditional dishes to new heights, offering customers from France and abroad simple yet creative cuisine. Laurent Jeannin, Hôtel Le Bristol’s Pastry Chef, who was named Pastry Chef of the Year 2011 by his peers, completes this exceptional trio.

    Additionally Patrice Jeanne, the charismatic director of the restaurant, and his team, create a warm, Parisian ambiance that makes Le 114 Faubourg the place to be for those looking for a brasserie de luxe in France’s capital.

    In order to establish itself as a creative and lively gourmet restaurant, 114 Faubourg hosts wine appreciation evenings on the first Monday of each month. The wine grower, selected by Marco Pelletier, Head Sommelier at Le Bristol, presents their wine in person over a four-course tasting menu specially created for these occasions.

    Le Jardin Français

    Le Jardin Francais elegantly reflects a more spontaneous side of Paris life where you can enjoy a delicious and light breakfast, lunch or an informal dinner. A varied selection of original cocktails are available and at tea time Le Jardin Francais serves a classic English-style afternoon tea. In fine weather, guests can sit outside on the terrace of the hotel’s magnificent garden.

    Le Bar du Bristol

    The trendiest place for a night out in Paris where you can lose yourself in the rhythms of the night! Le Bar du Bristol was conceived by renowned architect Pierre-Yves Rochon and Mrs Maja Oetker with a combination of classical and modern design to welcome visitors from Paris and around the world. The atmosphere in the bar itself, which is secluded by thick silk curtains, is evocative of a traditional English club, with exotic wood panelling, a parquet floor made of Versailles oak and a 19th-century marble fireplace from Sienna.

    A team of professionals providing excellent service:

    Joining the team on October 11th 2012, the Head Barman, Maxime Hoerth, Meilleur Ouvrier de France (Best Craftsman in France) in 2011 will offer the Bar’s guests the opportunity to sample exceptional and rare products with vertical tastings of prestigious Champagnes, exclusive wines sold by the glass or bottle, classic or newly created cocktails and exceptional eau-de-vies. Eric Frechon, triple Michelin-starred chef of Le Bristol Paris, has created an assortment of sweet and savoury tapas to accompany these cocktails. A contemporary art appreciation programme takes place every evening in the bar between 08.00 pm and 09.30 pm, with a new theme every month, to reflect the many historic links between the art world and Le Bristol. Every evening a huge mirror transforms into a screen and shows a selection of videos of contemporary art, featuring themes such as travel, architecture, urbanism and landscapes as well as the movies and movie icons.

    A glamorous and trendy vibe is created by a selection of DJs from Thursday to Saturday evenings.

    Every Thursday, Friday and Saturday evening from 9:30 pm to 1:30 am, Le Bar du Bristol welcomes a DJ.

    Paris trendiest rendez-vous: “Thursday Afterwork” at Le Bar du Bristol!

    Le Bar du Bristol, place of the trendiest Parisian evenings, offers a Live DJ Mix every Thursday evening from 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm and become the more exclusive afterwork in Paris!

    SERVICES

    Spa Le Bristol by La Prairie

    Partly bathed in natural light and looking out onto an interior garden, the Spa Le Bristol by La Prairie redefines the art of living at Le Bristol and raises the standards of French luxury. Because Le Bristol only uses the best products to ensure an exceptional experience, the hotel has forged an exclusive partnership for its facial treatments with the prestigious La Prairie brand. This multi-brand spa is equipped with 8 treatment rooms including two twin rooms, a Russian room, fitness centre, hair salon and kids’ club.

    Beauty treatments: make-up

    The prestigious French brand ‘By Terry’ has been selected for make-up. More than just a brand, it reflects the signature and style of a passionate woman! Terry de Gunzburg, is the former creative director for make-up at Yves Saint Laurent. She creates products with highly effective formulas, original textures with rare and precious pigments and offers a wide range of colours to satisfy all requirements.

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