Oo-la-la, it's the Hotel Ritz Paris!

After a 4-year multi-million dollar refurbishment, the iconic 1898 Hotel Ritz Paris re-opened its doors to visitors once again on June 6, 2016.

Showcasing 159 extravagant rooms and suites, the Hotel Ritz Paris has long been revered for it's elegance and sophistication where posh French decor includes antiques, works of art and luxurious marble bathrooms. 

Upscale five-star dining is offered at L'Espadon, under the guise of notable French Executive Chef, Nicolas Sale. There's also an art-deco style bistro and a chic Parisian brasserie under a glass canopy, as well as 3 bars, including one inspired by Ernest Hemingway. Traditional afternoon tea service is offered at Salon Proust. The popularity of the Hotel Ritz Paris throughout the years has spilled over into classic works of fiction by Hemingway himself, F. Scott Fitzgerald and Noel Coward. The Ritz was also notably the last location 

A new addition to the Hotel Ritz Paris is a refined 21,500-square-foot outdoor space, the Grand Jardin, designed by renowned French landscape designer, Jean Mus. Guests can wander along the courtyard pathway or soak up the French je ne sais quois from several casual seating areas throughout the garden.

A gathering place for the rich and famous, the Hotel Ritz Paris offers an indoor pool, a fitness room and an opulent spa starring Chanel beauty products. Gourmet cooking lessons and upscale boutique shopping are also available. 

Its location in the 1st arrondissement makes the Hotel Ritz Paris central to the Opera Metro station and just under 1 mile from the Musee du Louvre.

For more information or to make your reservation, visit Hotel Ritz Paris.

Be sure to read all about Vaux le Vicomte, a 17th-century chateau just outside of Paris!


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