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The property has two specially designed suites geared towards families and the Paul Smith Junior option provides kids with numerous personalized touches including their own set of Paul Smith Jr. Options abound for children, from playing in the nearby Tuileries to the various activities the hotel organizes such as kid-friendly perfume making classes or cooking lessons.
In addition, the considerate concierge provides guests with a handout of weekly cultural happenings including a section dedicated for younger guests.
Gourmands will love that Le Bristol boasts 4 Michelin stars, the most of any hotel in Paris, between the 3 star Epicure and their luxury brasserie 114 Faubourg which scored its first star in 2013.
Recommended Nearby Restaurants: Epicure (3 star Michelin, contemporary French, romantic setting, jacket required) • Apicius (unique romantic setting in a former mansion, lush garden, traditional French) The Royal Monceau mixes ultra cool elegance with antique touches in this stunning Phillippe Starck designed property.
Set inside a former abby on a quiet side street, the Relais Christine is accessed through an ivy covered courtyard.
Original details of the former abby remain such as the vaulted ceilings in the cave which doubles as the breakfast room.
But the most unique aspect of the Relais Christine is their garden suites with a private terrace that opens directly onto the hotel garden.
Each room comes with a custom designed Samsung tablet which controls everything – from room temperature to selecting a movie or TV channel to ordering room service.
If you’ve just given yourself a manicure, there is a small built in fan expressly for drying your nails.
The wine list, as thick as a phone book, does little justice to the hotel’s impressive collection of 50,000 bottles and oenophiles can arrange an exclusive wine tasting and tour of the cellar with the George V’s own award winning sommelier.
Recommended Nearby Restaurants: Le Cinq (classic French, haute cuisine, excellent wine list, formal dining) • Pierre Gagnaire (3 star Michelin, contemporary French cooking, seafood heavy, dress code) This hidden gem in Saint Germain des Pres offers a luxury boutique hotel experience while being in one of the most dynamic parts of the city.
Each creation adds a sense of drama and natural beauty which permeates the hotel.