The Peninsula Paris

Prestige issue 290, June 2018

 

The Peninsula hotel, overlooking Avenue Kléber in Paris. © Archives The Peninsula hotel

 

In the heart of elegant Paris

This property is a classic French-style building, from the late 19th century, which first opened in 1908. It is one of Paris most famous «grands hotels», hosting during 30 years the rich and famous, when Paris was at the height of its creativity and glamour. The century-old classic building has been meticulously restored and modernized to create the latest example of Peninsula excellence. Exquisitely restored spaces are complemented by contemporary art installations, furnishings and technology. Dazzling rooftop spaces and private terrace gardens offer 360˚ views and glamorous extras that make the Peninsula Paris a decidedly 21st century palace. As with all Peninsula Hotels, location is of prime importance and Paris is no exception. Just steps away from the Arc de Triomphe and Avenue des Champs Elysées at 19 Avenue Kléber in the heart of the elegant 16th arrondissement, the Peninsula sits close to some of the world’s most famous monuments, museums and luxury shopping districts. The building has been meticulously restored by teams of French master craftsmen, utilizing traditional techniques in use for hundreds of years. Rising six storeys above Avenue Kléber, the Peninsula houses over 200 luxurious rooms, including 86 sumptuous suites, with five featuring their own private rooftop gardens with spectacular views over Paris. The Peninsula Paris boasts a collection of six dining venues offering a combination of the very best of France, a bar and a cigar lounge, together with a range of meeting rooms, unique theme and terrace venues and a ballroom.

 

 

The bedroom of Katara suite. © Archives Peninsula hotel

 

 

L’oiseau blanc restaurant with view on the illuminated Eiffel tower. © Archives The Peninsula Hotel

 

 

The Pool. © Archives The Peninsula Hotel