Synonymous with romance, fashion, and world-class cuisine, Paris knows how to put on a show, especially when it comes to hotel suites. From palatial penthouses to multi-suite apartments, we have selected the finest in the City of Love.
Quintessence Suite at Cheval Blanc Paris
First on our list is Cheval Blanc Paris, an intimate haven with 72 rooms and suites overlooking the scenic panorama of Paris. Wake up in the Quintessence Suite, take a bite of a warm croissant just out of the oven, and soak in the view of the Seine from the master bedroom. The signature suite’s bedroom sits above the city’s golden and zinc rooftops, revealing a vibrant atmosphere that pays tribute to Art Deco and legendary artists, Claude and François-Xavier Lalanne.
Address: 8 Quai du Louvre, 75001 Paris, France
Belle Etoile Penthouse Suite at Le Meurice
Up next is Belle Etoile at Le Meurice, a seventh-floor suite full of sophistication, with handcrafted detail and beautifully modern touches that adorn classical features in keeping with Le Meurice’s unrivaled elegance. The pièce de résistance of the suite is the marble bathroom with three windowed walls revealing coveted landmark views. Relax back, and let the bubbles of your round, whirlpool bathtub soothe you into the languid state of bliss that this wonderful suite evokes.
Address: 228 Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris, France
Le Grand Appartement at Château de Versailles
Next, sleep within the XVIIIth century grandeur of Versailles, where Le Grand Appartement offers some of the most breathtaking views from Le Grand Contrôle. Made up of the Junior Suite Turgot, the Suite Madame de Fouquet which has a 30 m2 terrace, the Suite Necker and the Library, Le Grand Appartement sleeps up to six people and features four-metre-high ceilings, Versailles parquet floors, intricate woodwork, magnificent four-poster and canopy beds, and claw-foot bathtubs. As well as all the other services offered to every guest at Le Grand Contrôle, Le Grand Appartement comes with some exceptional extras – a champagne aperitif in the apartment every evening, the opportunity to welcome ten guests to a private dinner in the Library, and a private transfer to and from Paris or the airport.
Address: Place d’Armes, 78000 Versailles, France
Suite Madame Rêve Terrasse at Madame Rêve Hotel
Madame Rêve Hotel’s Suite Madame Rêve Terrasse boasts panoramic views over the Parisian cityscape. Nestled in the iconic 19th century Louvre post office building, this suite has a comfortable living room where you can admire the sun rising on the Eglise Saint Eustache while Paris is still asleep. The decoration is a subtle mix of precious woods and bespoke golden-brown fabrics.
Address: 48 Rue du Louvre, 75001 Paris, France
The Presidential Suite at Four Seasons George V
Natural light flows through large bay windows that look onto the marble courtyard or the Avenue George V, illuminating French-school paintings, crystal chandeliers, and bouquets of fresh flowers. The Presidential Suite at Four Seasons George V is the epitome of French chic. Unique features include marble and Baccarat crystal bathrooms, with a rain shower, Turkish bath, and ice fountain, and for a larger family, there’s the option of one- to four-bedroom suite configurations.
Coco Chanel suite at Ritz Paris
Overlooking the rooftops of Paris or the charming Grand Jardin, the details and décor breathe of the Coco Chanel suite at Ritz Paris evoke a certain Je ne sais quoi. As a neighbour on the rue Cambon, Gabrielle Chanel decided one day in 1937 to take a suite at the Ritz Paris. She would stay for 34 years. She felt at home amid the hotel’s luxury and elegance and gradually brought in her favorite furniture, such as Coromandel lacquered screens, gilded mirrors and a velvet banquette, until finally she had redecorated the whole space.
Address: 15 Pl. Vendôme, 75001 Paris, France
Royal Suite at Hôtel Plaza Athénée
True to its extraordinary city, Hôtel Plaza Athénée is no ordinary hotel. Here, on the prestigious avenue Montaigne, the tree-lined boulevard of French fashion, our hotel proudly offers guests the very best of Paris.
The most spectacular and opulent suite at the hotel is of course its Royal Suite, with four bedrooms, four bathrooms, two drawing rooms, an office and a separate kitchen, it is a glorious apartment in the Golden Triangle of Paris.
Address: 25 Av. Montaigne, 75008 Paris, France
The Parisian Apartment at Mandarin Oriental Paris
Located on the 6th floor with magnificent views, the Parisian Apartment takes decorative inspiration from both contemporary and Haussmann styles. The 430 sqm suite is designed as a large single level chic Parisian apartment, overlooking the hotel’s lush inner garden and Rue Saint-Honoré.
This incredible suite features four elegant bedrooms and bathrooms, an expansive reception area, bright dining room and fully equipped kitchen. For flexibility, the suite can be divided into two connecting two-bedroom suites.
Address: 251 Rue St Honoré, 75001 Paris, France
Suite Lumière at Le Bristol
The Suite Lumière at Le Bristol is designed in the spirit of an elegant Parisian apartment with a library corridor between the drawing room and bedroom, and large bow windows to invite an abundance of light. Soft tonalities of aqua, jade, and coral bring a warm and contemporary feel to this brand new pied-à-terre that is conceived to be a tranquil harbor for the Paris-bound. Part of Oetker Collection, Le Bristol’s signature suites are considered some of the best in the city
Address: 112 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris, France
Royal Monceau Suite at Raffles Paris
Finally, the Royal Monceau Suite at Raffles Paris has two wonderfully spacious bedrooms features sleek custom-made furniture and has a wealth of artworks on display. Nothing but the ultimate in luxury suite: lavish sofas in the vast living room, a dedicated workspace and dining room, a walk-in closet, and a light-filled bathroom with both a bathtub and a steam shower.
The exacting elegance of the Forties and Fifties with its controlled curves, fine materials, and warm colours is brought alive through little poetic details imbued with a life and history of their own: books stacked in random places on the shelves, a scrawled message on a lampshade, an acoustic guitar, and the like.
Address: 37 Av. Hoche, 75008 Paris, France