The Peninsula Paris has been voted the #1 hotel in the City of Lights in Condé Nast Traveler’s 2021 Reader's Choice Awards. The awards, which each year celebrate the best of luxury travel and hospitality around the world, have long been a benchmark of the highest distinction in the industry.
While the iconic Avenue Kléber hotel has appeared on numerous award lists since opening in 2014, the Condé Nast Traveler announcement was especially heartening for The Peninsula Paris team.
Occupying a splendid Haussmannian building in the city’s prestigious 16th arrondissement, The Peninsula Paris has continually set the standards for design, luxury and service. Its 200 lavishly appointed rooms and suites – including five with private rooftop gardens overlooking Paris’s most famous architectural landmarks – offer guests a peerlessly sumptuous, yet quintessentially Parisian, experience.
The hotel's restaurants also provide guests with superlative culinary journeys, which incorporate both classic French cuisine and distinctive flavours from other parts of the globe. At the Michelin-starred L'Oiseau Blanc, the acclaimed French gastronomy of Executive Chef David Bizet is served in a singular setting: The top floor of the hotel, with views over the Eiffel Tower and the Parisian cityscape. At the newly reopened LiLi, glamorous, theatrical décor sets the stage for chef Dicky To’s French-Cantonese creations.
For visitors seeking relaxation, The Peninsula Spa offers a temple of well-being. Its palatial, nearly 20,000-square-foot space encompasses not only a suite of treatment rooms for where to enjoy healing and beauty therapies, but also a sauna, vitality pools, and a 20-metre indoor swimming pool.
For more than a century, the legendary hotel, with its Belle Époque architecture and timeless elegance, has invited both Parisians and international travelers to share memorable moments with their loved ones. As 2021 edges toward 2022, The Peninsula Paris looks forward to continuing that legacy and invites guests to visit peninsula.com/paris to plan their next visit to Paris and the hotel.