What period of Pariss history most attracts you? At Le Bristol you have the décor and style of the 18th century, amidst the fashion and art of the 21st.
Built at the height of the glamorous ‘Roaring’ Twenties, Le Bristol is named after Frederick Hervey, the 4th Earl of Bristol, who was a renowned traveller and a connoisseur of all things luxurious and refined. The old earl would have approved of today’s Le Bristol, and you’ll see why as soon as you step into the stately reception area.
The hotel was extensively refurbished recently and you cannot fail to be impressed by its classic splendour. You’ll find Le Bristol’s rooms and suites now wear 18th century décor that is spacious and airy, and harks back to an era of extreme elegance and style. Fitting, you may think, in a hotel that is surrounded by the great couture houses, the perfumers, the fashion shops, art galleries and museums for which Paris is famed.
Le Bristol, at a glance
- Unrivalled setting on Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, at the heart of the art and fashion district
- 188 splendid rooms and suites decorated with original paintings, prints and period mirrors
- Superior rooms are amongst the most spacious in Paris
- Suites are as large as Paris apartments, with stunning city views
- Three dining experiences overseen by triple-Michelin starred chef Eric Frechon
For leisure and pleasure
- Swimming pool with breathtaking views over the Paris rooftops
- Immaculate spa with eight treatment rooms and an unrivalled menu of services
- Russian room and fitness centre
- Hair and beauty salon
- Kid’s club and activities
- Close proximity to the best of Paris: the Elysée Palace, the theatres, restaurants, art galleries, museums and must-see sights