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If you are thinking about to go to the Paris Design Week, take a minute and check out the best hotels to stay in the city. Near the festival, these hotels are the best choices, not only for the distance but also for the service. This event invites French and international professionals and the general public to discover the best showcases of design in Paris and BRABBU’s Team has 10 suggestions for you.
This year the event will take place from Thursday 6 to Saturday 15 September 2018. Check down below what are the best hotels and don’t miss this experience.
Just off the Champs-Elysées and close to the Arc de Triomphe, Hotel Balzac Paris is one of the most outstanding deluxe boutique hotels in Paris. Moments from both Avenue Montaigne and Avenue George V, the luxury five-star hotel sits grandly on the famous Rue Balzac and is perfectly located for the very best Paris has to offer.
Le Bristol is one of six hotels in Paris awarded official ‘Palace’ status. Interiors are light in pink and white marble with striking flower arrangements. It’s 18th century in style, with antiques and a working 1940s lift. The jewel in the hotel’s crown is Epicure, the triple Michelin-starred restaurant, where the food is positively ambrosial.
Rooms are an artistic clutter of eclectic lamps and tables, mixing retro and contemporary touches, with a vast island bed, photos and artworks propped against the wall and a guitar for you to strum. The two restaurants have each gained one Michelin star.
Besides the fantastic customer service, Vernet has been a hotel ever since it was built in 1913, so rooms are generally generous. Bathrooms come in jazzy black and white marble and mosaic, with Toto loos, for those who love technology.
A five-star magnet for wealthy couples on city breaks, artsy types, and groups of friends doing cocktails or brunch, in the bohemian Rive Gauche. There is also a spa offering Esthederm treatments, a gym and a sauna.
Le Meurice stands out among the Paris palaces with its prime position on arcaded rue de Rivoli, just minutes from the Louvre. The rooms and suites are sybaritic oceans of pastel-colored silks and bergère chairs à la Louis XVI. Now in the hands of multi-starred superchef Alain Ducasse, Restaurant Le Meurice offers superb dining under a blowsy rococo ceiling.
Expect lashings of fine service, from top-hatted doormen to cheongsam-clad reception staff. Head to the one Michelin-starred Shang Palace in the basement, where chef Samuel Lee Sum serves probably the best, most authentic Cantonese cuisine in town.
In this hotel the rooms and suites go from large to positively huge. There are six bars and restaurants, including sixth-floor panoramic French gastronomic restaurant L’Oiseau Bleu and Cantonese restaurant LiLi.
This hotel has contemporary touches such as abstract art, jagged geometric lines, and dazzling mirrored surfaces. The hotel boasts an impressively spacious subterranean spa with sauna and hammam, and a very swish 16-meter pool, enhanced with a mirrored ceiling and complimented by elegant dim lighting.
The hotel is set in a grand 18th-century building on the corner of the pretty Place Valois. Interiors are contemporary artworks as on the display in the lobby, as well as busts of Voltaire and Rousseau made at the Louvre’s sculpture academy.
See also: MUST-KNOW ABOUT PARIS DESIGN WEEK
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