The Rebirth of a Paris Icon

Le Bristol Paris had been associated with excellence for a long time, and now it’s back with even more enchanting enhancements.  

The city of light’s iconic and glamorous destination, Le Bristol Paris, has just announced that it will reopen its doors after undergoing an elaborate renewal to incorporate its unique new spirit. Countess Bergit Douglas and her creative team at MM Design were consulted for the new room and suite designs, with timeless artisanry from Colefax & Fowler, Briatte, Farrow & Ball, Maison Taillardat and Loro Piana.

The spectacular rooms and suites welcomed a new addition in the Lumière Suite, a glorious addition to the hotel’s 5th floor, overlooking Rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré. Inspired by elegant pied-à-terre of Paris, the suite features a library corridor between the drawing room and the bedroom, and large bow windows, offering a chic home away from home.

Other refurbishments include exquisite embroidered draperies at the French doors of the Paris Suite, a walk-in closet with natural light and a private bar in the living area in the breath-taking Elysée Suite. The Panoramic Suite, famed for being featured in the Academy Award-winning film Midnight in Paris, maintained its general design with the addition of a plush new sofa.

The Suite 1925, dedicated to the legendary Josephine Baker, shows original portraits of the inspirational figure taken at Le Bristol Paris. Le Bristol’s Honeymoon Suite amps up the city’s romantic vibe with the picturesque city view it offers. The Terrace Suite features private an outdoor spa at the rooftop haven. Last but not least, the magnificent Penthouse Suite offers 350sqm of opulent living space.

In addition, Le Bristol Paris also presents a new, meticulously designed garden. Providing an oasis of serenity and natural beauty, the garden is just a short walk away from the busy Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. With the help of MM Design and the highly talented Lady Arabella Lennox-Boyd, the garden was designed with responsible choices and sustainable decisions in mind, with most of the fauna being native to Paris to suit the local conditions.

Le Bristol Paris

112 Rue du Faubourg St Honoré

75008 Paris, France

T: (+33) 153434325


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