Situated in rue du Faubourg-Saint-Honoré (8th), Le Bristol benefits from its position a few steps from the Élysée Palace, art galleries and luxury boutiques.
A historic palace opened in 1925 and the only palace belonging to a European family, the Oetker family since 1978. Le Bristol has 99 bedrooms and 88 suites of different sizes. In fact, it was Maja Oetker who oversaw the decoration of 29 of these rooms and suites, all embodying traditional French luxury in a pure 18th century style.
Royal Suites, Panoramic Suite, Terrace Suites ... the 5-star hotel also has a Paris Suite with a surface area of 150m² with a stunning view of the Eiffel Tower; the loveliest suite is the 320 m² Imperial Suite which offers a view of the 1,200m² French-style garden and the interior courtyard. The new Honeymoon Suite, inaugurated in September 2011, offers a magnificent view of the monuments of Paris.
Two gastronomic 4-star establishments
The hotel boasts two exceptional restaurants:
Epicure, the 3 Michelin-starred gastronomic restaurant, is directed by Eric Fréchon, the hotel’s head chef, while the 114 Faubourg is a luxury brasserie awarded its Michelin star in 2013 and entrusted to Eric Desbordes.
Situated on the 6th floor, Le Bristol’s swimming pool, styled like a yacht, looks out over the Eiffel Tower and Sacré Cœur and boasts a solarium. The treatment and relaxation space, the Spa Le Bristol by La Prairie spread across 3 floors, consists of 8 treatment booths (including 2 doubles), a Russian Room with heated table and hydrotherapy shower, a hammam, a Jacuzzi, a fitness room and a hairdressing service. Le Bristol also pays special attention to creating a family-friendly atmosphere with its Kids Club ‘Les Amis d’Hippolyte’, located next to the spa.
Five divisible reception halls with sublime decor are available for events and receptions. Finally, Le Bar du Bristol, which celebrated its 85th anniversary in 2010, presents a menu of original cocktails and unique ‘Thés à la mode’ events on certain Saturdays to enjoy tea from 15 plantations across the world. The Café Antonia, named as homage to Marie-Antoinette, offers afternoon tea in a resolutely boudoir style.