The Peninsula Paris Hotel

Situated along Avenue Kléber with views of the Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe, the Peninsula Paris hotel occupies a superbly restored heritage building that embodies Paris elegance. The hotel features 200 sumptuously appointed guest rooms including 93 suites.

Delicately furnished with luxurious touches, the hotel rooms offer picturesque Parisian views and captivate its guests with large walk-in dressing rooms, a comfortable sitting area and grand marble bathrooms with separate rain showers and inset televisions.

Restaurant le Lobby

The restaurant on the ground floor with its high ceilings, refined mouldings and paintings reflect the glory of the Belle Epoque. This large reception room has been meticulously restored by French master craftsmen. The location has always been one of the jewels of Paris and a field of expression for artists. It is where Gershwin composed “An American in Paris”, where Marcel Proust met James Joyce and where Picasso, Igor Stravinsky and many icons throughout time met for tea or cocktail receptions.

Le Bar Kléber with oak woodwork, gilded moulding’s and majestic mirrors pays tribute to the unique heritage this room has witnessed. It was here that Henry Kissinger negotiated the Paris Peace Accords ending the Vietnam War in 1973. Elegantly suspended on each side of the bar, the two hand-embroidered silk wall tapestries were specially commissioned in Vietnam to reflect the history of this mystical place.

Restaurant L’Oiseau Blanc

Encompassing a sleek fire-lit dining room and outdoor terrace, Michelin-starred Restaurant L’Oiseau Blanc is located on the sixth floor of the hotel and offers breathtaking views of the most iconic monuments of the city. Presenting magnificent panoramas, including the twinkling lights of the Eiffel Tower, this is a delightful retreat to observe the French capital from upon high.

The Peninsula Spa is the French capital’s largest luxury hotel spa, offering its guests a unique and original spa experience. The Spa embraces the very best of both of its defining cultures, seamlessly combining the elegance of French beauty and Asian practices and knowledge. The Spa is fully devoted to beauty and fitness, featuring a savvy blend of culture and know-how. Its facilities include six individual treatment booths, two private suites, a refreshing 20-metre indoor pool and two vitality pools.

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