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Paris hotels are constantly changing and evolving. From restored palaces to chic boutique hotels, you will find something new, old or bold to check out. Restaurants, bars and cafes are best left for you to discover by walking the beautiful streets. Otherwise chat to one of the many locals you will find nursing a Café au Lait and reading Le Figaro to discover the "real Paris".

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BOOK DIRECT: BEST RATE GUARANTEE DIRECT FROM HOTEL - CLICK HERE The epitome of French style, L’Hotel was the world's first boutique hotel and last home of Oscar Wilde. Nestled in the heart of the Left Bank, amidst the cultural riches, bohemian soul, and high fashion of St Germain-des-Prés, L’Hotel is ideally situated to experience the art and culture of Paris. With interiors designed by the inimitable Jacques Garcia, the 20 bedrooms are all unique and luxurious, finished with exquisite materials and painstaking detail. Home to our celebrated cocktail menu, Le Bar is where you can experience the spirit of St Germain-des-Prés with our live jazz night. L’Hotel is also home to a subterranean hammam pool, steam room, and treatment suite, use of which is included in your stay, and is yours privately during your appointment.

Property Location
You'll be centrally located in Paris with a stay at Hotel Bel Ami, steps from Les Deux Magots and close to Notre Dame Cathedral. This 5-star hotel is close to Galeries Lafayette and Eiffel Tower.

Make yourself at home in one of the 108 individually decorated guestrooms, featuring iPod docking stations and flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature designer toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and desks.

Pamper yourself with a visit to the spa, which offers massages, body treatments, and facials. If you're looking for recreational opportunities, you'll find a health club and a sauna. This hotel also features complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and babysitting/childcare (surcharge).

Grab a bite to eat at the hotel's restaurant, which features a bar, or stay in and take advantage of 24-hour room service. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Breakfast is available daily from 7:30 AM to 10:30 AM for a fee.

Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a business center, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Planning an event in Paris? This hotel has facilities measuring 2367 square feet (220 square meters), including meeting rooms.

Best hotel for PARIS DESIGN WEEK

6 -15 September 2018

This autumn Paris Design Week will include 150 venues across Paris, in beautiful showrooms, design and art galleries, concept stores, cultural institutions and hotels and restaurants. Discover the latest trends and styles for the home, kitchen and more during Paris Design Week.


Hotel Raphael opened in 1925 as a deluxe residential hotel and which today is the only privately owned and family run palace hotel in Paris. Steeped in history, the hotel is a luxurious retreat with classic french elegance, refinement and ambience. Artwork adorns the walls whilst beautiful antique furniture, luxurious fabrics and fittings blend to make your stay as visually stimulating as it is comfortable and relaxing. Whilst the spirit of the hotel has remained intact, it has been equipped with all of today's latest technologies.


The Hotel has a variety of stunning guestrooms as well as exceptional rooftop suites with terraces offering views across Paris to some of its most famous landmarks. The 90 bedrooms and suites offer vast bathrooms, most of which enjoy natural light, and offer features such as showers with massage jets. Room facilities include:
  • Individually controlled air-conditioning
  • Direct-dial telephone
  • Integrated modem points
  • Voicemail
  • Radio-alarm
  • Mini-bar
  • WiFi Internet access
  • Interactive tv with:
  • with pay-per-view movies and
  • Internet access (infrared keyboard)
  • Satellite channels
  • Individual safes
  • On request:
  • Private video
  • Private fax machine


    Enjoy the state-of-the-art gym, and after a 'strees busting' workout relax and unwind in the hotel's hammam or relaxing sauna.

    eat / drink

    Enjoy the feel and atmosphere of the Edwardian era in the English Bar and '17' Tea room. Endulge in fine french cuisine in the hotel's restaurant La Salle à Manger. During the summer months you can enjoy lunch or dinner on the top floor of the hotel. The Jardins Plein Ciel offer panoramic views over the rooftops of the whole of the capital.


  • 6 flexible meeting rooms with business facilities including:
  • Natural daylight
  • Air conditioning
  • WiFi
  • Individual cloakrooms
  • Wood panelling
  • Parquet flooring
  • Fireplaces
  • Capacities up to 130


    On the main route from the Arc de Triomphe to the Trocadéro and the Eiffel Tower, the hotel is surrounded by museums, including the Petit Palais, the Grand Palais, the Musée Jacquemart André, the Museum of Modern Art and the Musée Marmottant, to name but a few. Paris's luxury boutiques on both avenue Montaigne and avenue Victor Hugo are just a short distance from the hotel.
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    The Hotel d’Aubusson, a 17th century stately home, was entirely re-designed to meet the present-day requirements of our guests. Cleverly renovated, this hotel and its solid oak 17th century porte-cochere remain true to their by-gone days. Despite its generous proportions, the front lobby with its tiled floor and warm palette of colours radiates a genuinely friendly atmosphere, enhanced by the immediate vicinity of “Café Laurent”. The inner courtyard, set up like a real conservatory, echoes the babbling of a discreet water feature. The Hotel d'Aubusson invites connoisseurs to appreciate the quality of the decor elements, all of which are testimonies of its long history: The stone slabs shiny with the patina of time, the original beams, the Versailles parquet floors, the antique furniture, the monumental fireplace made of Burgundy stone and, as expected from the hotel’s name, the genuine Aubusson tapestries embellishing the reception rooms. Some of the 49 suites of the Hotel d'Aubusson have kept their original beams and feature canopied four-poster beds. All are spacious, well insulated against noise, and fitted with an individual air conditioning system. Each is equipped with a private bar, a broad mahogany work desk, 2 telephone/fax/modem points, a flat screen LCD television / DVD player with satellite connection, an alarm clock, a hair dryer, a towel rail, an American wall socket, a magnifying mirror, luxury traditional-style taps, its own safe, and a magnetic access key card. With a wifi connection over the whole building and a 24 hour room service, everything has been planned for the comfort and pleasure of today’s travellers. In the reception rooms adorned with antique Aubusson tapestries, the crackling of the log fire in the Burgundy stone fireplace will take our guests into a mythical world of splendour and leisure.


    As its name suggests, the Kube hotel is dominated by one particular geometric shape in its interior design. In addition to, obviously, lots of cubes, the themes of coolness and transparency, which are emphasised throughout the public spaces are offset by the warming sense of privacy and comfort that pervades the guestrooms. The courtyard of the revamped 19th century building features a see-through cube, which contains the necessary reception facilities in a suitable way.


    Oozing a sleek iciness in its public spaces, the 31 guestrooms and 10 suites of the hotel turn the heat up a little with warm touches added to the arctic-geometric theme. Black and white faux-fur curtains give the space a definite cuddly feel whilst readily living up to the chic provided by the pastel-coloured furniture in tarnished glass. Despite the feeling of having walked onto the set of an achingly smart 60s sci-fi classic, the materials are distinctly modern and the design, overall, also aims to break with any sense of traditional conformity: The beds are lit from beneath, creating the illusion of levitation, which definitely adds to the overall sense of spaciousness, clarity and calm. Kube is future-retro made real. Amenities
  • Each room is equipped with digital door openings and include:
  • multifunction computer (DVD/CD, TV screen)
  • high speed internet access
  • safe
  • mini bar
  • sound proofing
  • flourescent stools
  • faux fur curtains
  • Some top floor suites feature private terraces


    The Lounge Bar: This stylish bar serves as the heart of the hotel in which you’ll find yourself transported to a rather futuristic space, complete with generously high ceilings, lots of stainless-steel gratings, floor-to-ceiling curtains and a long counter in tarnished silver. Cubic seats and lounge chairs accented in fur set off the black glass of the walls, which are animated in turn by a whole row of plasma-screen televisions. The Lounge bar is open from 7am to 2am daily.
  • MORNING KUBE - 7 am to noon - buffet breakfast
  • SNACK KUBE - light meals available 24/24
  • APERIFOOD - 5pm - 8pm
  • LIVE DJ - from 8pm every night The Ice Kube Bar:Bars play a pivotal role in the hotel’s concept so you’ll find the “Ice Kube” bar on the mezzanine, which sits directly above the central bar. With the temperature held at a constant minus 5 degrees C, it's a whole universe made entirley out of 25 tons of ice. Once you take off the polar coat provided for the ice bar, you may want to warm things up whilst swinging in Eero Aarnio's 1968 'Bubble Chairs' suspended in mid-air. Because of the temperature, time here is restricted to 30 minutes. The bar has a capacity of 20 people and it costs 38 euros per 30 minutes. Vodka tastings, cocktails and aperifood are available.


    2 state-of-the-art screening/meeting rooms rooms: The Blue Salon
  • 68m² (max capacity 65 people) The Orange Salon
  • 47m² (max capacity 45 people)


  • recreation 40m² Gym


    Situated in the heart of the XVIIIth district, a few steps away from Montmartre, KUBE is tucked away in a quiet street, sheltered from the city’s crowd. Paris Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport 30- 45 minutes, Paris Orly airport 45 minutes. Eurostar Terminal and TGV (Gare du Nord) 5 minutes. Métro: Line2, La Chapelle 3 minutes away.
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    Le A is a mordernist oasis hidden away in a classical townhouse and situated in the commercial district of the 8th arrondisemont between Champs-Elysées and the Faubourg Saint Honoré. Designed by Frédéric Méchiche, it is a clean and stark with ebony-stained wood floors and dark-brown sofas and chairs set against a background of brilliant white. Unique lighting effects lighten the mood inlcuding an elevator light that changes colour at each floor.


    Each of the 26 guest rooms is decorated with a decidely art & design look: white covered seating, contemporary striped carpets and a brown stonework bathroom. Rooms deal in classic luxury, sparing no comfort, and are decorated with original works by the French artist Fabrice Hybert. Features and facilities include:
  • Flat screen TV
  • CD PLayers & CD Selection
  • DVD Players & DVD selection
  • Magnifying mirrors
  • Telephone in bathroom
  • Slippers
  • Dressing gowns
  • Welcome gift
  • Individual air-conditioning
  • Modular lighting


    Hotel Le A is located in the 8th arrondisemont on rue d'Artois at the heart of the 'Golden Triangle'. It is within walking distance of the Champs Elysées, famous for its shopping malls, and a stone's throw from the well known street of fashion designers, Faubourg Saint Honoré. Trivia Spot: Paris, indeed, is known as the mecca of the fashion world. The world’s top haute couture designers, from Chanel to Dior to Saint Laurent showcase their talent in an area called the ‘golden triangle’. The Champs-Elysées, Avenue Marceau and Avenue Montaigne form the perimeter of this triangle.
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