Courtesy of Ritz Paris

The Paris mainstay has been closed since 2012 for renovations. It’s now accepting reservations from March 14, 2016 onward.

Jacqueline Gifford
August 11, 2015

After three years since closing for a massive renovation, the Ritz Paris—one of the City of Light’s most beloved hotels, an icon set in the prestigious Place Vendôme—has announced it will officially begin accepting reservations from March 14, 2016 onward. Rates will begin at about 900 Euros a night.

Among the new and improved-upon amenities guests can expect: a revamped Ritz Club offering spa treatments from Chanel’s luxurious skin-care line. (There will be a dedicated area for these treatments called “Chanel Au Ritz Paris.”) A new retractable roof will allow the winter garden to be enjoyed as a year-round patio, and a third kitchen will be installed to enhance the existing cooking school. And, of course, all 71 rooms have been given a facelift. Stay tuned for updates.

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