Summer in Paris: best hotels & restaurants

Paris, the city of love, is a dream destination for many people all over the world. Have you always dreamed of enjoying a superb cocktail with a splendid view of the Eiffel Tower? Looking for a hotel two minutes from the golden triangle for a shopping weekend with your best friend? FIV Magazine has selected for you the best hotels and restaurants in Paris.

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Luxury hotel and famous Paris hotel

Luxury Hotel of Paris – Hotel Four Season Georges V Paris

The Four Seasons Hotel George V, an Art Deco country house built in 1928, is located in the Golden Triangle of Paris, right next to the historic Champs-Elysées. Oversized suites overlooking the Eiffel Tower welcome you after a day of walking through the picturesque Parisian streets, and our three restaurants – including five Michelin stars – serve some of France’s finest dishes. A decadent new spa, an elegant swimming pool and a courtyard to spend the afternoons with a glass of wine from our cellar are just some of the pleasures unique to our historic destination.

Apartments with typical Parisian charm, terraces overlooking the city of light. Today more than ever, the Four Seasons Hotel George V is a Paris legend. The price for one night is about 1200 Euro.

Hotel in the heart of Paris – La Chambre du Marais Paris

La Chambre du Marais is located in the heart of Paris. Located just a few steps from the Picasso Museum and the Centre Georges Pompidou, this 4-star hotel offers you the opportunity to discover this unique and charming quarter, the Place des Vosges, the narrow and picturesque streets of the old town, but also the many art galleries and luxury boutiques. This beautiful 18th century building immediately immerses you in the atmosphere of this district and all you have to do is to be swept away by a visit to real Paris! Halfway between the family home open to friends and the luxury hotel, you’ll be greeted informally, so you’ll feel right at home. Nineteen spacious rooms, very well equipped, partners hand-picked for their quality but also for their authenticity, impeccable service but nothing special, that’s what the Chambre du Marais offers you.

The prices:

Chambre Double ” La Chambre ” (15 à 16m²): 270euros
Chambre Twin Supérieure Luxe (19m²): 330euros
Junior Suites au 5éme étage (between 20 & 30 m²)
Junior Suite ” Pierre “: 350euros
Junior Suite ” Philippe ” : 350euros
Junior Suite ” Alexandre ” : 480euros
Chambre Double Deluxe (27m²): 470euros
Suite 2 chambres (35m²): 600euros
Suite Résidence (35m²): 800euros

Fancy Hotel of Paris – Hotel Da Vinci Paris

The Da Vinci is located in one of the best parts of Paris-Saint-Germain. Only two minutes from the Louvre, the surroundings contribute to the atmosphere and beauty of the hotel. Take a stroll along the promenade, get lost in the beautiful and chic district and don’t forget to end the day with an espresso at Cafe Da Vinci next door!

The 24 rooms of the hotel bear the names of the largest figures of the Quattrozentos: Botticelli, Raffaello, Michelangelo, Caterina de’ Medicis…..
Some rooms have a balcony overlooking the quiet terrace of the hotel or the Rue des Saints Pères and allow you to see the nearby Louvre!

Saint Germain is the ideal place to experience the true Parisian lifestyle. Wonderful cafes, boutiques and restaurants line the streets and the Louvre, Notre Dame and Galerie Lafayette are all within walking distance.

Luxury hotels of the capital – Ritz Paris

The Ritz, founded in 1898 by the Swiss César Ritz, is one of the most renowned hotels in Paris and one of the most famous in the world. The Ritz, which is listed in many travel guides as one of the most luxurious hotels in the capital, today has 71 rooms with fine wood and old works of art, an Italian marble bathroom and fine gold-plated fittings in neoclassical style. Some rooms have a lounge area where you can relax after a busy day, while others have a terrace or balcony. There are also 71 suites with an area of up to 300 m2 and 16 representative suites for up to 27,000 euros per night! The names of the suites bear the names of the great personalities who visited the palace: César Ritz, Maria Callas, Prince of Wales, Coco Chanel, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Windsor, Marcel Proust…

Unique in Paris, every room in the Ritz Paris offers every guest an incomparable atmosphere. Precious woodwork and delicate pastel curtains create an intimate setting in which the ultimate luxury is reflected down to the smallest detail.

The best restaurants in Paris

The mythical addresses in Paris – Le Train Bleu Paris

The restaurant Le Train Bleu is one of the mythical addresses that every lover of lush countryside and “Belle Epoque” atmosphere must have visited at least once. Especially when the food is not accessible to all budgets, the restaurant also has a bar so you can enjoy a simple cup of coffee in a beautiful setting.

A terrace with a view of the Eiffel Tower – Girafe Restaurant Paris

Embedded in the Cité de l’Architecture in Paris, Giraffe is on its way to becoming the new favourite destination for seafood lovers in the capital. Gilles Malafosse and Laurent Gourcoff own the trendy 1930’s-style restaurant, furnished by Joseph Dirand with cream benches, marbled bar, tropical plants and original pilasters. Giraffe also has a terrace overlooking the Eiffel Tower. We are not surprised that it is the name on everyone’s lips.

Restaurant Paris: meat, fish, vegetables – Guy Savoy

The restaurant Guy Savoy, at the top of all the gastronomy guides, is installed in the Monnaie de Paris, in six 18th century salons overlooking the Seine, the Louvre, the Pont Neuf and the Institut de France. At this location, Jean-Michel Wilmotte has designed a sober and contemporary environment in which the tables are real theatre scenes that capture all the light, and where the works of art ventilate the flames of modernity. At Guy Savoy’s table, the atmosphere is warm and the service attentive. As for the kitchen, it expresses the sensitivity of the cook who feels at home in his time: soup artichoke with black truffle, puff pastry with mushrooms and truffles, red mullet barbet “in situation”, the sea as garnish, millefeuille “minute” with a carnation of vanilla.

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Paleron de cinq semaines et basse côte persillée de Wagyu, le saladier… – Paleron et Wagyu poêlés, accompagnés de serpentins de légumes confits au jus. Salade du moment assaisonnée d’une vinaigrette au jus de bœuf, oignons nouveaux frits et carpaccio de paleron. * Five-week aged beef paleron and marbled ‘basse côte’ Wagyu chuck, with a seasonal salad… – Seared paleron (beef shoulder) and Wagyu with ‘serpentin’ confit vegetables. Seasonal salad with a beef jus vinaigrette, fried spring onions and beef paleron carpaccio. * Restaurant Guy Savoy à la Monnaie de Paris Réservation +33 1 43 80 40 61 et http://www.guysavoy.com ©Laurence Mouton * #guysavoy #restaurantguysavoy #restaurant #paris #france #MonnaiedeParis #food #instafood #foodpic #chef #cuisine #lgtdm #michelinguide #gaultetmillau #bottingourmand #guides_lebey #laliste1000 #gastronomy #happiness #gastronomie #joie

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