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Le Bristol Paris

An Oetker Collection Hotel

A study in Old World refinement

fromUSD $971*night
Includes all taxes & fees
worth over
  • Guaranteed room upgrade at booking
  • Daily Breakfast For 2
  • $100 Food & Beverage credit
  • Early check-in based on availability
  • Late check-out based on availability
  • Free Wi-Fi
*Based on a 4 night stay, from Wed, Aug 11 to Sun, Aug 15. Perks may not apply to this rate. view this rate

8th Arrondissement, Paris

Le Bristol Paris

An Oetker Collection Hotel

What it is

Where you come to feel like a French aristocrat.

What it isn't

A young and hip scene.

What we think

The list of luxury hotels in Paris keeps getting longer, but the Bristol has invested deeply to remain a leader of the club. A $130 million renovation in 2009 added a new wing with 26 rooms and suites, decorated in the same classic style as the older rooms. But the hotel’s fantastically French period style has remained intact: Louis XVI furnishings, 19th-century paintings and toile wallcoverings remain just this side of extravagant. Le Britol draws a prosperous crowd of dignitaries, excecutives and even the occasional discreet celebrity (Woody Allen is a regular—he shot many scenes for "Midnight in Paris" here). Owned and run by the Oetker family for nearly four decades, the hotel is imbued with a sense of amiable hospitality—refined but never stiff—as epitomized by Fa-Raon, a Burmese cat who lounges around the lobby. All 190 rooms and suites are individually designed in a delicate Parisian style, and by the cramped standards of the city, even entry-level rooms are enormous. Guests may look out to the boutiques on the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, the iconic rooftops of Paris, or the hotel’s huge flower-filled garden. At Epicure, the three-Michelin-star restaurant, chef Eric Frechon serves visually stunning haute cuisine that, like the hotel itself, has proven staying power.

You're here because

You love a grande dame hotel that’s kept herself up well.

The Moment

As the sun sets on Epicure’s garden, the last bite of foie gras melts on your tongue as you admire the 18th-century fountain and its four ethereal angels.

Restaurants & Bars

Epicure - French, chef Eric Frechon matchs terroir ingredients to astounding effect, three Michelin starred

114 Faubourg - French brasserie

Le Jardin Français - Afternoon tea and enjoy casual refreshments any time of day

Le Jardin Français - Breakfast, light lunch and dinner as well as afternoon tea and casual refreshments any time of day

Le Bar du Bristol - Classic club atmosphere, savor tapas and homemade cocktails


Right on the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, surrounded by designer boutiques (Baccarat is across the road) and just up the street from the Élysée Palace.

112 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré
Paris, 75008
J, France