Win a Luxurious Two-Night Stay in Paris

Win a Luxurious Two-Night Stay in Paris

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Chambre Privilège avec vue directe Splendid EtoileBonjour Paris, in conjunction with our partner Groupe Frontenac, is thrilled to announce a luxury hotel giveaway. One lucky winner will score a two-night stay at the fabulous Hotel Splendid Étoile. Situated just a few steps from the Arc de Triomphe, this beautiful four-star hotel has gorgeous views of this must-see Paris landmark. Like a distinguished private residence, the Hotel Splendid Étoile boasts personalized service, elegant accommodations, and an excellent restaurant, Le Pré Carré, which is a favorite gathering place for Parisians.

For your chance to win, simply sign up for Bonjour Paris’s free weekly newsletter, chock full of all the latest Paris news, travel tips, culture, restaurants and more. If you are already subscribed to the newsletter you can still enter! Just submit your details using the form below. You won’t receive the newsletter twice.

The prize: A complimentary two-night stay in a double room with buffet breakfast for two people. Local city tax included. Extra fees at the charge of the guests. The expiration date for using the overnight stay is December 31, 2016. Reservations based on hotel availability. Hotel Splendid Étoile, 1 Avenue Carnot, 75017 Paris.

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THIS PRIZE DRAW HAS NOW CLOSED. Congratulations to Deirdre from County Down, Ireland– who won the prize!

*Only one entry per person will be accepted. Competition closes 31st December 2015. Flights not included. The company reserves the right to substitute any prize with cash, or a prize of comparable value. Open to people over 18 only, except employees of France Media Group and any party involved in the competition or their households. By entering a prize draw you give permission to use personal information in connection with the prize draw.


  1. I love and write about anything French. I am in Lyon every two years at Bocuse D’Or. Always stop in Paris and the countryside.
    Thank you for the newsletter. I pass it on to my writing groups in Ca, Fl, and Mexico. Merci

  2. I love Paris and have been fortunate enough to visit the wonderful city on a regular basis. Hopefully i will see you soon my darling PARIS

  3. As a Paris born and bred living in far away Australia, I am grieving at the events that have taken place by a bunch of lunatic assassins who have lost their way. I love visiting my beloved city and I know its people, my fellow Parisians will keep up the spirit of solidarity, friendship, liberty and equality even in the face of catastrophe, just as we did during World War Two when I was growing up there.
    I thank Sydney for the magnificent display of France’s three colours on the Sydney Opera House. They look fantastic!

  4. I fell in love with Paris as a child listening to my mother’s favorite songs about Paris. Determined to visit Paris and other places in France, and to learn the “world’s most beautiful language”, I began to
    study French and fortunately, had the opportunity to travel there with my friend who taught French. I then became a French teacher too, and had the chance to take groups of students and adults to France. Each visit blessed me with more friendships and love of the beauty and the culture of
    France. This country is filled with wonderful people, charming villages, excellent restaurants, and everywhere the joy of life. I refuse to let terrorists keep me from visiting this country that I love so much! My thoughts and prayers and with all of France.

  5. I too grieve over what has happened in Paris this last weekend. I sympathise with all those who have lost loved ones and hope that they can find comfort in the thoughts that are with you

  6. France and Paris mean so much to me. I have always enjoyed the courtesy, yes, the courtesy and kindness found in both Paris and out around in the south of France. Many pleasant weeks have been spent in Provence and this last summer near Tolouse.

    In Toloouse we , unknowingly, took a train back from the city too late for the last busses back to our hotel near the airport. The entire train station and parking lot was empty. A man standing nearby asked where we were going. He was waiting for his daughter to return from shopping and insisted on driving us to our hotel. Of course it was out of his way but we had no other choices. Both he and his daughter remain memories of the kindness of strangers.

    I could tell plenty more but mainly I would like the French people to know that this American woman grieves for the terrorism rearing its ugly head. For a country that has welcomed foreigners to be repaid in this manner is unfair and ungrateful.

  7. My son just was promoted to Officer in the military. Before he is commissioned, we are taking a trip to Paris because he has never been. We will be there for 11 days. I know he will love it! We will see you soon!