3 Perfect Days - Day 1
First day in Paris
Room service has prepared a breakfast of delicious pastries still warm from the oven of our in-house bakery. Savour them aboard an authentic Venetian taxi that takes you on an unforgettable cruise along the Seine, offering exceptional views of Paris’s most beautiful monuments.
Visit one of the most famous museums in Paris, the Musée d’Orsay, and discover a breathtaking view of the Sacré-Coeur Basilica through the monumental clock on the fifth floor. On Mondays, the Louvre is unmissable.
Stroll across one of the city’s most romantic bridges, the Pont des Arts.
Lunch at Loulou restaurant or at Café Marly. On warmer days, the terrace at Loulou is the perfect place to lounge in the sun and enjoy a magical view of the Eiffel Tower and the Tuileries gardens.
For a gastronomic experience, Le Restaurant du Palais Royal recently received its first Michelin star.
Stroll through the Tuileries gardens facing the Louvre in the direction of the magnificent Place du Palais Royal, where the neighbouring Comédie Française hosted numerous performances by France’s celebrated playwright Molière.
The Palais Royal is also known for its exclusive boutiques, including Serge Lutens, Didier Ludot, and Francesco Russo among others, as well as for its peaceful atmosphere. Next, discover the Galerie Vivienne, a covered passageway famed for its Belle Epoque décor. We recommend venturing into the celebrated Caves Legrand for their prestigious French wine selection.
Discover the Opera Garnier with a visit organised by our concierge.
Continue your promenade along rue de la Paix to the breathtaking Place Vendôme, home to the most luxurious jewellery houses in Paris. Discover the Musée Chaumet, where these priceless creations come to life.
On your return to the hotel, pass along the rue Cambon, home to the very first Chanel boutique. Along the way, we suggest stopping at the boutique of renowned pastry chef Pierre Hermé to taste his fabulous macarons.
Continue along rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré and admire the window displays at Hermès, Lanvin, Baccarat, the bookstore Lardanchet, and the Basque berets at Laulèhre – the perfect opportunity to pick out some souvenirs. The Champs-Elysees, Paris’s famous shopping street, is also a short walk away.
Relax in the magnificent hotel pool on the sixth floor, with sweeping views across the Parisian skyline.
Le Bar du Bristol awaits you with a signature cocktail.
Savour a sumptuous dinner orchestrated by Chef Eric Frechon at the three-starred restaurant Epicure.
A private chauffeur is at your disposition to accompany you on your outings, as well as a private tour guide.