Celebrate the French art of chic living at The Peninsula Hotel
Enjoy the epitome of opulence at this five star hotel
The Peninsula Hotel is a living legend and a name synonymous with luxurious comfort and impeccable service. The Peninsula is located within walking distance of some of Paris' finest shopping, restaurants and most famous monuments. From the moment you arrive until you must depart, you will be treated to impeccable service. The hotel staff is trained to anticipate your every need. They will go above and beyond to ensure that every need and desire is taken care of during your stay.
The Peninsula Hotels made their grand entrance into Europe with The Peninsula Paris, setting spectacular new standards in design, luxury and comfort.
The century-old classic building has been meticulously restored and modernized to create the latest example of Peninsula excellence.
Perfectly situated at 19 Avenue Kléber, just steps from the Arc de Triomphe, The Peninsula sits in the heart of Paris within walking distance of some of the world’s most famous monuments, museums and luxury shopping districts.
Inspired by Haute Couture, the suites at The Peninsula Paris Hotel – some of the French capital’s most spacious and the world’s most highly customized – are veritable showcases of French heritage and savoir-faire.
The Peninsula Spa, is the ideal location to revive the body and mind. In this exclusive venue, guests can unwind in one of six private treatment rooms, two vitality pools, sauanas and a stunning 20 m indoor pool.
Following a treatment, guests can sample some of Chef Christophe Raoux's creations on the new health inspired menu created exclusively for guests of The Penninsula Spa.
On the 6th floor sits the hotel’s crowning glory, rooftop L’Oiseau Blanc restaurant, bar and terrace. This fashionable restaurant showcases the very best of French cuisine and an exclusive wine and cocktail selection, all set against a picturesque backdrop of Parisian rooftops and some of the city’s most unique views.
Taking as its theme, the heritage of French aviation, the restaurant celebrates the L’Oiseau Blanc bi-plane which made one of the earliest attempts at a trans-Atlantic crossing.
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