Friday, October 20, 2017

La Réserve Paris Hotel & Spa

La Réserve Paris Hotel & Spa is tucked away in a quiet street in the iconic Champs-Élysées arrondissement, overlooking the Grand Palais, the Eiffel Tower, the Pantheon and the Luxor Obelisk.
The 19th century mansion that now houses La Reserve was originally built in 1854, during the Haussmann renovation era. It remains a part of the historic architectural fabric of this beautiful part of the city today.

French architect and designer Jacques Garcia celebrates that history with his work throughout the interior of the hotel too. Passing through the ruby red doorway and on into The Bar, we stood momentarily in awe of the elegance of our surroundings. It was clear from first glance that every inch of the room had been carefully planned out and lovingly decorated. That attention to detail is one of the cornerstones of the La Reserve philosophy. Discretion is also important at La Reserve and valued by the camera-shy celebrities and guests that frequent the exclusive hotel.

With just 26 suites and 14 rooms, La Reserve Paris is a true boutique hotel, focused on ultra personalised service and ensuring the privacy of its guests. For those who want a little more independence, La Reserve also has 10 serviced apartments located just three kilometres from the hotel.

Use of the most luxurious fittings, fabrics and finishes during the multi million dollar renovation is evident throughout La Reserve Paris. From the reception area with its rich red upholstered sofas, original marbles fireplaces, mirrors dripping in gold leaf and fine artworks to the envy worthy regal green library and hidden smoking lounge complete with fully stocked bar. There is a genuine feeling of old world opulence, reminiscent of La Belle Epoque at La Reserve Paris.

Experiencing Tea Time at La Reserve Paris is a truly Parisian experience and one I would encourage you to share with a friend or partner, even if you aren’t a guest of the hotel. If afternoon tea isn’t your thing, you may want to try the Sunday Brunch or book dinner in the hotel’s exclusive Restaurant Le Gabriel.















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