Splendide Royal Paris

Storied Stunner

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Paris, France

Splendide Royal Paris

Storied Stunner

What it is

A 12-suite retreat since 1897 with a Michelin guide Italian restaurant, cozy aparitive bar with a flickering fireplace, and stellar service (proof: it’s a Relais & Châteaux member).

What it isn't

Just for grown-ups. The hotel’s Very Important Kids program will help your wee ones feel right at home on their Parisian jaunt (they also have top tier multilingual babysitters on speed dial). Dogs are welcome, too, for a small fee.

What we think

There are no “meh” rooms at the Splendide, where each and every option is a suite. And a sweet suite, at that. The “starting” category, Junior Suites, are a spacious 460 square feet, complete with a walk-in wardrobe Coco Chanel would appreciate, sumptuous Italian gilt furnishings worthy of Marie Antoinette herself, marble-lined bathroom with a double sink, and a charming rooftop view. For an even larger space, Elysées Suites begin at a whopping 700 square feet—which includes a living room, generous windows, and so much more. But either way, you’ll be treated like the star you are; amenities include zippy free Wifi, robes and slippers, fresh flowers, and a loaner tablet that lets you control everything from the lighting to the temperature.

You're here because

Because the hotel sits within an 1897 private mansion and has hush-hush service, it feels like your very own pied-à-terre.

The Moment

You never thought you’d have the best Italian meal of your life in Paris, but that’s exactly what’s happening tonight at the hotel’s Ristorante Tosca. The homemade tortellini with ossobuco in gremolata cream send you into outer orbit—as does the truffle polenta. How do you say “heavenly” in French?

Restaurants & Bars

Ristorante Tosca - A pleasant, cosy place in a superbly location where you can enjoy the best of Italian cuisine combining tradition and modernity and consisting entirely of dishes created and cooked by the chef Raffaele de Mase.


The 8th arrondissement, a mere two block walk from the Jardin des Champs-Élysées—designed in 1667, it still holds up today.

18 Rue Du Cirque
Paris, 75008

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