Hotels in France
This property, formerly a Four Seasons Resort, came under new management in 2012.
Built in 1923, this renowned Saint Germain des Près property next to Les Tuileries was remodeled in 1999. Over the years, it’s attracted a select clientele; guests have included painters Chagall, Buffet, and Miro.
This primo spot just underwent a $51 million renovation with ski valets, a tandem sauna and snow cave, and a 5,900-square-foot premier suite.
The cliffside hotel was built in 1872, with hanging eaves and wrought-iron balconies.
Michael Portos's increasingly lauded hotel restaurant serves reconstituted sunny-side-up egg with baby clams. Booking a room without booking a table at the in-house eatery is a crime.
French style by way of L.A., with a dash of baroque detail, defines this 1906 building, where photos of Hollywood and fashion types are matched with purple velour chairs and Venetian glass chandeliers against black lacquered walls.
Surrounded by Côte d’Or vineyards and stately barge canals, this 12th-century abbey has been revitalized with exquisite ornamental details: limestone arches supported by laughing gargoyles, heraldic frescoes, stained-glass refectory windows, and a marble spiral staircase to the adjacent château.
High in the hills of Auvergne, a five-hour drive south of Paris, the property isn’t for those seeking high-tech amenities or over-the-top service.
Located between the Saint Germain des Prés area and Latin Quarter in Paris, the Hôtel Résidence des Arts offers guests access to a variety of luxury shops and gourmet restaurants. The hotel is designed to reflect both the atmosphere of a private Parisian apartment and a luxury hotel.