Named after the 4th Earl of Bristol, a traveller whose love of comfort and high standards was legendary, Le Bristol opened its doors during the Roaring Twenties just as Paris became a hub of culture, art and celebrity. The hotel's celebrated art de vivre continues. Fine dining is close to the hotel's heart and they are justifiably proud of their four Michelin stars. Epicure is the hotel's triple Michelin-starred gastronomic restaurant, sitting adjacent to the French-style garden and overseen by Chef Eric Frechon. The hotel also now has a fourth Michelin star for its brasserie, 114 Faubourg, where Chef Eric Desbordes reigns.
The 188 rooms are spacious, light and elegantly furnished in classic 18th century style, with original paintings and beautiful fabrics reflecting the exquisite taste of its art collector family owners. Children are well looked after, with cuddly toys, welcome booklet, childrens' bathroom amenities, a specially designed menu, treasure hunt, as well their own club, Les Amis d'Hippolyte. Classic in style yet bang up-to-date, the hotel is timelessly elegant with a guest list to match and located in an area noted for the boutiques that make Paris the world's haute couture capital.
Followers of fashion
Michelin star collectors
Things to do at the property
Savour the flavours of Chef Eric Frechon at Epicure
Join a wine appreciation evening at 114 Faubourg, the hotel's lively gourmet restaurant (first Monday of each month)
Enjoy the musical playlist selected by guest DJs in Le Bar du Bristol (Thursdays to Saturdays from 9.30pm to 1.30am)
Unwind in La Prairie spa.
Take a dip in the pool and enjoy the rooftop views of Paris.
Things to do nearby
Go shopping - rue Faubourg St Honoré is situated amidst the best loved haute couture boutiques in the world
Test the connections of Concierges, members of the prestigious Clefs d'Or, with a request for a ticket to the opera or theatre
Stroll along the Champs Elysées at dawn - it's just a 5 minute walk from your door
Visit the world famous galleries of the Musée d'Orsay and the Louvre
Casual business attire is required in Epicure - a jacket is necessary, though you'll be forgiven for not wearing a tie.
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