Deluxe Hotel Reviews

Deluxe Hotel Reviews
Le 5 Codet Hotel in the 7th arrondissement of Paris

This 7th arrondissement boutique hotel is a glorious new addition to the Paris scene from the owners of Le Burgundy. Newly opened in November 2014, Le Cinq Codet is housed in a former France...

When Peninsula Hotels opened its first European property on the avenue Kléber on August 1, 2014, it made headlines around the world. The Hong Kong-based hospitality group spent millions on the restoration of the...
Hotel Vernet Paris

A century-old landmark just off the Avenue Champs-Elysées was given a new lease of life in June 2014 with a chic upgrade by celebrated interior designer François Champsaur. Now a member of Design Hotels,...

The sister hotel to the Pavillon de la Reine, this new design hotel has 26 cozy rooms named for literary figures; excerpts from the author's works are stenciled on the walls, and iPads are...

In the high-fashion district around Avenue Montaigne, an elegant hôtel particulier built in 1866 has been redesigned by the fashion house Maison Martin Margiela into a hotel with 40 “boutique” rooms and 17 new...

Located just off the Champs-Elysées, this five-star Art Deco hotel hits all the right style marks. Its elegant black-and-white facade, minimalist lobby with touches of colour in sculptural furniture and fixtures, and romantic terraces...

Over the top, lavish, and fabulously decorated in an opulent chinoiserie style with its scarlet lanterns and gold-leaf walls, this hotel offers every modern convenience - from Nespresso coffee stations to iPads. Situated on...

The palatial 19th-century mansion built for Prince Roland Bonaparte has been completely restored and renovated—the original reception rooms, ballroom and private apartments are listed as historic monuments; above them, the 54 rooms and 27...

Part of a large, Singapore-owned international chain of serviced apartment hotels, this big 204-room occupies prime territory on the Left Bank quay facing the Ile de la Cité and Notre Dame across the Seine....

There’s little trace of the 17th-century convent that once stood here, except for the cobblestone entrance courtyard, but the big, wood-paneled lobby sitting rooms and bar are among the most inviting on the Left...

Hidden away in Montmartre, a stately Directoire townhouse presides over a lush private park landscaped by Louis Bénech, who also worked on the Jardin des Tuileries. Inside, five different artists designed the guest rooms...

A charming luxury hotel tucked under the arcades of the Place des Vosges. 28 place des Vosges, Paris 3rd. Tel: 01 40 29 19 19. pavillon-de-la-reine.com