The perfect embodiment of Paris’ classic and elegant charm, Oetker Collection’s Le Bristol Paris has unveiled three new signature Presidential Suites, from the expert design team, Countess Bergit Douglas and architecture firm MM-design.
These new suites offer guests a private luxury pieds-à-terre, bathed in natural light and decorated with Louis XVI furniture finished with original works of art. Each suite is decorated with its own unique character, but they all present nearly 1,300 – 2,700 sq. ft of absolute comfort, offering from one to three bedrooms and impressive corner views over one of Paris’ most exclusive fashion streets.
The delicate interiors of Pierre Frey, Colefax and Jane Churchill dress each room, infusing the spaces with a sense of sophistication and tranquility. The rooms also feature floor-to-ceiling windows dressed in Manuel Canovas curtains, a Louis XV desk, as well as a king-sized bed with Loro Piana cashmere throws to match, perfect for relaxing after a day of Parisian exploration. The subtle woodwork is painted in shades of cream, sky blue or celadon green and an eighteenth-century painting commands attention above a soft-toned sofa covered with Parma silk cushions.
The new Presidential Suites will make it hard for guests to leave. Le Bristol Paris also invites visitors the chance to practice the French art of living with cocktails in the new courtyard garden brimming with orange trees and roses, seek new heights with a dive into the property’s swimming pool offering views of the city and Parisian rooftops, or delighting in a dinner outdoors at Le Jardin Français with each course coming from triple Michelin starred Chef Eric Frechon.
HOW: Rates in the new Presidential Suites at Le Bristol Paris begin from €5,800 (approx. $6,851) per night. For more information, visit www.oetkercollection.com/hotels/le-bristol-paris