Le Bristol Paris
Genuine Parisian elegance since 1925
An icon of French elegance and art de vivre, Le Bristol Paris is located at one of the city’s most prestigious addresses on rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré.
The first to receive France’s “Palace” distinction, the hotel boasts 190 rooms and suites— among the largest in Paris — that are now completely renovated. An exceptional setting offering Oetker Collection’s legendary hospitality, Le Bristol is perhaps best known for its outstanding dining tradition, holding 4 Michelin stars between Epicure and 114 Faubourg. A spirit of joie de vivre permeates the hotel from early morning to after midnight with relaxation in the lush, 13,000 square foot courtyard garden, teatime at Café Antonia, wellbeing and fitness at Spa Le Bristol by La Prairie and the iconic rooftop swimming pool, and captivating evenings at Le Bar du Bristol.
An oasis of flowers and calm lined by plush drawing rooms and a colonnade adorned by blossoming orange trees. The garden is a jewel of serenity only steps away from the bustle of Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré.
Le Bristol Paris' Workshops
Behind the scenes of this Parisian palace is a magical place, bustling with creativity, Le Bristol Paris’ chocolate factory. Here a brigade of world class chocolatiers are crafting artistic delicacies.
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From the moment you step into Spa Le Bristol by La Prairie you relinquish all the cares of the world and place yourself in the hands of highly trained professionals and experts in relaxation and beauty. A stunning indoor rooftop swimming pool with views over Montmartre and the Eiffel Tower completes this remarkable wellness offering.
As a family owned hotel it is a genuine pleasure to welcome our younger guests, and we are delighted and gratified to see generations of families returning time and again to Le Bristol Paris.
As charming as all our staff are, they cannot compete with the most popular member of Le Bristol Paris family, Fa-Raon the beautifully soft Burmese cat who can be spotted lounging around the hotel, and who adores being caressed and petted.
Created in the grand Parisian style, guests immediately feel at home here. Yet a home unlike any other: Le Bristol was the first hotel in France to receive the title of Palace. Luxury and charm, Le Bristol style.
Le Bristol Paris has received a host of awards and accolades over the years which are testimony to the dedication and professionalism of our team.
Le Bristol Paris has been a chic refuge of discreet luxury and savoir-faire since 1925. With nearly a century of history to draw upon, the hotel still leads the way in offering unparalleled levels of service, putting an extraordinary level of preparation into distinguishing each guest’s experience.
Corporate social responsibility
Le Bristol Paris, pearl of Oetker Collection, is committed to the social and environmental responsibilities that come with being a bastion of privilege.
Discover how we’re investing in a sustainable future for the benefit of generations to come.
Did you know?
We produce our own flour in our mill, and we use 40 to 50 kilos of flour per day for our Living Bread, making it approximately 16 000 kilos per year.
We bake 192 croissants (and the same amount of pains au chocolat) per day in our bakery, a little bit more than 70 000 per year.
We produce about 3 000 chocolate candies every week, making it about 156 000 per year.
There are more than 5 000 flower varieties in our new garden.
Le Bristol Paris still has the original room key, and not a magnetic card like most other hotels.
Le Bristol uses 11,000 light bulbs in its 2,008 light fittings (chandeliers, wall lights, bedside table lights, desk lamps) that light up the palace, all led.
We have 5 beehives on our roof, which produces honey for Epicure.
Le Bristol Paris
112 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris, France
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