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France (21)

Le Royal Monceau Raffles Paris

Just steps from the Champs Elysées and Arc de Triomphe, Le Royal Monceau - Raffles Paris is the most exciting luxury hotel in the City of Lights, combining Parisian Chic with relaxed sophistication.

Imbued with the original spirit of the 1930s when it first opened, this contemporary masterpiece designed by Philippe Starck features 149 spacious rooms and suites, with three outstanding Presidential Suites, a 99-seat cinema, an art gallery, an exclusive service of Art Concierge and a private art collection.

The Spa My Blend by Clarins, 1,500 sqm of ethereal white paradise, offers the ultimate urban escape for complete relaxation and indulgence. With the longest swimming pool in a Paris hotel, personal trainers, a wide range of yoga and Pilates classes, a hammam, watsu basin and exclusive treatment rooms, this award-winning spa takes rejuvenation to another level.

From the modern Japanese cuisine of Matsuhisa to the celebration of Italian regional food in the Michelin-star restaurant Il Carpaccio, dining at Le Royal Monceau - Raffles Paris is a truly memorable experience. The desserts, all created by pastry superstar Pierre Hermé, are the perfect finale to any meal.

Colourful and wonderfully sophisticated, Le Royal Monceau - Raffles Paris is the epitome of Parisian vibrancy and elegance, both timeless and of its time, an oasis for the well-travelled and one of the world’s great hotels.


La Réserve Paris

Mid-way between Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré and Avenue Montaigne, a stone's throw from the Champs-Elysées, where the heart of Paris beats. Nestled in a peaceful location, slightly set back from the world's most beautiful avenue, La Réserve Paris – Hotel and Spa overlooks the Grand Palais, the Eiffel Tower, the Pantheon and the Concorde obelisk. Just in front, a majestic curtain of trees preserves the intimacy of this place, like an echo of the Elysée gardens nearby.

Michel Reybier's highly distinctive urban mansion has all the elegance of a 19th century private apartment, where ultra-personalized services can be enjoyed in complete simplicity and discretion.

All around are immense spaces bathed in light, barely muted by the rich fabrics of the hangings. Scattered here and there are beautiful marble fireplaces, and everywhere the joy of vast indoor spaces, typical of Haussmann-style apartments. The noble and generous materials exude a forgotten spirit of generosity. More suites than rooms, a library reserved for guests and their friends, a smoking lounge, a 16-meter indoor pool (a rarity in Paris), wine cellars in the suites, an inner courtyard with lush greenery echoing the landscaped entrance. At La Réserve Paris, you experience the quintessence of Parisian chic in the Belle Époque.


The Peninsula Paris

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.

The Peninsula houses 200 luxurious rooms, including 86 suites. Five of the suites have private rooftop gardens offering a panoramic view of the most emblematic monuments in Paris.

Inspired by Haute Couture, the theme suites at The Peninsula Paris hotel – some of the French capital’s most spacious and the world’s most highly customised – are veritable showcases of French heritage and savoir-faire. Designed for the modern luxury traveler, guest rooms feature state-of-the-art technology. Every room offers an apartment-like layout with sitting area, separate walk-in dressing room with spacious luggage space and thoughtfully designed dressing table, while advanced technology maximizes guest personalization and conveniences.

The Peninsula Paris received the acclaimed 'Palace' distinction to reward the hotel excellence.


Mandarin Oriental Paris

Situated on rue Saint-Honoré and just steps from Place Vendôme, one of the most stylish districts in the world, Mandarin Oriental, Paris enjoys a wonderfully chic location. Surrounded by haute couture and only steps from the Louvre, this five-star hotel is the epitome of elegant luxury.

Lying at the heart of one of the world’s most beautiful cities, Mandarin Oriental, Paris is defined by its beautiful interiors, acclaimed dining by Thierry Marx, a boutique spa and legendary five-star service.

Mandarin Oriental, Paris has been awarded the revered ‘Palace’ status, and is therefore officially recognised as one of the ten most exclusive hotels in the French capital.


Four Seasons George V Paris

Located steps from the Champs-Elysées, with private terraces that command all Paris, lovingly restored 18th-century tapestries and a defining spirit of elegance and charm, Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris redefines luxury service in the City of Light.

Offering 244 Paris luxury hotel guest rooms and suites, its accommodations – many of which feature private terraces overlooking the city – sparkle with unique architectural details. In the eight-storey landmark 1928 building, you'll revel in unique design details, luxurious features and unique Parisian views just off the Champs-Elysées.

Visit the Pop Up Spa by Jeff Leatham, bathed in natural light for a unique, contemporary and Parisian atmosphere. With four refined and captivating treatment rooms, a nail and hair salon as well as a 110 m² fitness room offering the latest-generation equipment, the Pop up Spa is an intimate place for a relaxing moment.


Le Meurice

Combining exceptional 18th century opulence with contemporary chic, Le Meurice embodies the perfect French palace hotel. Le Meurice has been opened since 1835 - it has many stories hidden within its walls and has seen countless celebrities and notable figures come and go. Salvador Dalí regularly graced the hotel with his presence, something that is honoured through one of the top restaurants in the hotel, the delightful Restaurant Le Dalí. The hotel still enjoys a close relationship with many artists to this day – fitting for a hotel in a city long associated with fine art and literature.

Decorated in the extravagant Louis XVI style and featuring stunning interior styling in the public spaces and restaurants from the renowned Philippe Starck thanks to a refurbishment in 2016, each of the hotel’s seven floors has its own distinct theme. Exquisite Italian marble bathrooms, period furniture, and beds adorned with the finest linens are amongst the many finer details that make Le Meurice one of the best hotels in Paris.

The hotel’s fine dining experiences are all overseen by Alain Ducasse, the highly acclaimed chef. Two Michelin-Star Restaurant, le Meurice Alain Ducasse, is heralded as one of the world’s most beautiful dining rooms, offering its esteemed guests only the best in French fine-dining.


Hôtel Plaza Athénée

Situated in the heart of Haute Couture, on the renowned avenue Montaigne, this Dorchester Collection hotel is in the ideal location for the finest shopping that Paris has to offer, and has some of the most magnificent views of the Eiffel Tower. Established in 1913, the hotel has frequently welcomed royalty, celebrities, and politicians through its doors, and has distinguished itself as one of the best hotels in Paris.

Hôtel Plaza Athénée offers 154 rooms and 54 suites all of which are beautifully designed with French décor in mind. Its guestrooms and apartments are synonymous with Parisian glamour, exhibiting exquisite Louis XVI inspired décor and captivating views.

In addition to Le Bar du Plaza Athénée, Hôtel Plaza Athénée has five restaurants on site, all of which are overseen by our world-renowned, multiple Michelin-starred chef, Alain Ducasse. Its three Michelin-starred Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée restaurant invites you to experience a unique and gastronomical fine dining experience, amidst a newly designed interior by Patrick Jouin and Sanjit Manku, featuring a stunning crystal ceiling.

While unwinding at the hotel, you can take advantage of its state-of-the-art gym with personal trainers on hand, or spoil yourself in Europe’s only Dior Institut, offering exclusive spa treatments in an opulent, yet tranquil, setting.


Trianon Palace Versailles

Experience one of France's leading luxury retreats at Trianon Palace Versailles. Set amid the tranquil, three acre Parc de Versailles - located on the edge of the Royal Domain - the Palace is less than a mile from Louis XIV's world-famous Chateau de Versailles.

Only 30 minutes by car to the French capital, it is also close to a number of legendary Paris attractions - including Arc de Triomphe, the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre.

Find peace amongst the centuries-old trees and verdant, rolling gardens of the estate - recently revitalized by world-famous landscape designer Louis Benech. Dine at the Michelin-starred Gordon Ramsay au Trianon, or enjoy a meal the relaxed La Veranda - each serving fine French cuisine in approachably luxurious settings.

Trianon Palace Versailles, A Waldorf Astoria Hotel is home to the stunning Guerlain Spa, a 2’800 m² sanctuary of beauty, relaxation, and fitness. Designed to harmonize body and mind, this elegant spa offers the perfect reflection of the hotel's serene woodland surroundings. Majestic Roman pillars blend with an alluring modern design, crafting the perfect romance of ancient healing and contemporary luxury.


Hotel Sezz


Ideally located just 1km from the centre of Saint-Tropez and the famous Place des Lices, the Sezz Saint-Tropez is a real haven of peace where vegetation is omnipresent without being intrusive. An island on the peninsula that leaves plenty of room for light, sunshine, air and breeze while favouring the most extreme comfort, where elegance and refinement are the norm.

The furniture is all signed by famous designer Christophe Pillet for the most prestigious international producers. In his elegant style, the designer plays with the revival of fifties influences.

The Hotel Sezz Saint-Tropez has 35 rooms and 2 luxury villas with swimming pools. Each room has a beautiful terrace overlooking a private garden as well as an extended bathroom with outdoor shower. Inside the rooms - homes - the architecture offers a vast high curve reaching 5 metres and ending in an immense bay window. The heady fragrances of the garden are relayed by perfumed candles designed by Francis Kurkdjian.

The Spa Sezz by Payot, jacuzzi, steam room and yoga lessons at sunrise and sunset, invite you to revive your essential well-being. 200m² heated swimming pool surrounded by bay, mimosa and palm trees.


Hôtel Majestic Barrière Cannes

Set down your suitcases in the splendid décor of the Hotel Le Majestic's lobby. Be overcome with a sensation of well-being. The Mediterranean Sea embraces the terraces of the rooms. Share delightful family moments and let the children experience their own adventures.

Located on the Croisette, facing the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès and next to the old port, Hotel Majestic Cannes offers a breathtaking and enchanting view of the Mediterranean. Enjoy a panoramic view with a refined setting, peace and quiet and top-end services. An amazing spectacle, like this exceptional location itself. Feel like you own your own pied-à-terre on the Croisette in one of the 350 Rooms and Suites of Hotel Le Majestic.

Enjoy sport and lazing on the private beach, as well as the Projection room and Clefs d’Or Concierge, before relaxing at the Spa Diane Barrière. Inject some magic into your evenings and experience a star-studded stay.


Hotel du


Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc has historically been an inspirational retreat for writers and the creative spirited. Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc presides over Antibes with an aura of magnificent glamour, with a distinguished guest list of royalty, dignitaries and Hollywood stars. Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc has always been renowned for the refined luxury of its rooms, suites and villas but especially for their glittering settings overlooking the azure sea and the private parkland, with its swaying pines and Riviera palms.

The Côte d'Azur has acquired an international glamour, embodied in the Cannes Film Festival and summer pleasures. But from the luxury Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc, set within the very heart of the Côte d'Azur, guests can discover a diversity of natural beauty and rich culture.

The blue skies and light attracted the world’s most famous painters, Picasso lived in Antibes and Cannes, Matisse created his masterpiece "Chapelle Matisse" here, Renoir’s home and studio are 20 minutes away, the legacy of the great artists is intrinsic to the region's character.

The South of France is also a notable yachting destination. The hotel has a private pontoon and launch, guests might visit the nearby Lerins Islands enjoying a gourmet picnic on a secluded inlet. After the sybaritic pleasures of the Côte d'Azur, the hillsides offer a complete contrast with their stark landscape redolent with the scent of lavender.


Cap d'Antibes Beach Hotel

Enjoy a unique experience of absolute serenity in a magical setting on the edge of the Cap d’Antibes.

Nestled in a contemporary architecture, the 35 rooms and suites with high-end design are open to the sea and its mediterranean gardens. The decor has been initially thought by Sybille de Margerie with some touches referring to the marine world such as fish or sea stars. After having extended the capacity beginning of 2016; 8 new rooms & suites have been created by Sarich & Goujon, interior designers from Nice. The atmosphere remains contemporary with a selected choice of finest materials.

The 28 rooms of Cap d’Antibes Beach Hotel provide a cosy and refined comfort to its guests. Each room benefits from either a private terrace or its own garden, a true haven of peace. Cap d’Antibes Beach Hotel also offers 1 Executive Suite with its own jacuzzi and 6 spacious Design Suites with a wide range of facilities. An ideal option for a stay with an optimal comfort.

Enjoy the peacefulness of its private fine-sandy beach with outstanding views over the Lerins islands and the Esterel mountains. Also, guests are most welcome to our Summer Beach Wellness to relax by its infinity pool and fitness facilities in the gardens.


Hotel Le Negresco Nice

100 years… the Negresco has been overlooking one of the French Riviera’s most beautiful bays for a century. This large white vessel moored at the Baie des Anges has become a legend. A legend of a very French art of living forged year after year. The unique rooms are equipped with exceptional authentic furniture and works of art from Louis XIII period to today. Facing the Mediterranean Sea on the famous Promenade des Anglais, the hotel is a few minutes’ walk away from Nice old town.

The Negresco first opened its doors in January, 1913. The hotel, designed by Henri Negrescu, immediately attracted a brilliant international clientele, Kings of the old and the new world: the Vanderbilts, Portugal’s Queen Amélie, the Grand Dukes Vladimir and Dimitri... Since then, numerous people have signed the guest book: the artist Dalí, Princess Grace of Monaco, the Beatles, Louis Armstrong, Elton John… many celebrities have enjoyed a stay on the French Riviera to live a little of the ‘Negresco myth’.

The perfect combination of historic and contemporary is Negresco’s trademark. Equipped and personalized with exceptional period furniture, each one of the 96 rooms and 21 suites draws its inspiration from the most remarkable French art periods. From Louis XIII style to modern art, five centuries of history are represented.


Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat A Four Seasons Hotel

Embodying the classic glamour and timeless chic of the French Riviera, the Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat, A Four Seasons Hotel, is the Côte d’Azur’s most legendary palace hotel – an icon since opening in 1908.

The most privileged and pristine enclave on the Côte d’Azur, Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat is an ancient seaside village perched on a peninsula jutting into the Mediterranean. This low-key resort community on the French Riviera has always attracted the rich and famous – from Winston Churchill, Charlie Chaplin and Picasso to Paul McCartney, Frank Sinatra and Elizabeth Taylor – drawn by the luminous sunlight, the wildly beautiful forest landscape, and the dazzling deep-blue views of the sea. In a setting so tranquil and unspoiled, it’s hard to believe that the Grand-Hotel du Cap-Ferrat, A Four Seasons Hotel, is only 25 minutes from Monaco, 30 minutes from Nice and 50 minutes from Cannes.

Among the 74 light and airy guest rooms – including 24 suites and one villa – some feature private terraces and swimming pools. Chic, modern design by Pierre-Yves Rochon features gleaming white marble and textures of white and beige, putting the emphasis on colourful artwork and signature French Riviera views.

Superbly spacious at 750 sq m (8,000 sq ft), Le Spa features five lavish treatment rooms, including a luxury VIP suite for couples, as well as two outdoor treatment pavilions with mesmerizing Mediterranean views. Experience the range of signature facial and body treatments by Bellefontaine and Carita. Between treatments, stroll or sit in the 1,200 sq m (13,000 sq ft) Spa Garden with sea-view sun terraces.


Cap Estel Èze

Situated on its own two-hectare peninsula jutting into the Mediterranean Sea, Cap Estel is set right on the sea in a location unique in France. Surrounded on three sides by water, with magnificent panoramic views, it was voted the Best Sea-front Hotel in France by World Travel Awards.

Only 10 minutes away from Monaco, 10 minutes from Beaulieu-sur-Mer and St-Jean-Cap Ferrat, and 30 minutes from Nice, it is the ideal place from which to explore and enjoy the beauty of the Côte d’Azur.

From the moment you pass through the entrance gates and drive along the tree-lined road winding slowly down through the hillside gardens to the main building, you will sense that you are in a very special place.

And after you’ve walked through the cool and spacious lounge onto the open terrace overlooking the front lawns and pool area, with its majestic old trees and superb panoramic vistas, you’ll know for sure that you have arrived at a haven of peace and tranquillity and are about to enjoy a very special experience.


Cheval Blanc Courchevel

At the heart of the French Alps in the prestigious Jardin Alpin, Cheval Blanc Courchevel is an inviting and intimate Maison to surrender oneself and gather with others.

Revisiting the preconceived notions of mountain design with bold colours and a collection of original works of art, architects from Atelier COS and Sybille de Margerie highlight the unique personality of each space throughout the Maison.

Entirely renovated, the Chalet spans 315 sq m over four floors, each accessible by lift. With dedicated private access, the Chalet offers a truly exclusive mountain living experience. The Chalet features a vast living area with a modern fireplace, a dining room, a private screening room as well as its own spa treatment room, relaxation lounge, sauna and hot tub.

The only restaurant in Courchevel with three Michelin stars, Le 1947 presents an unforgettable gastronomic experience. In complete intimacy, the restaurant welcomes a limited number of guests per night to orchestrate a full culinary immersion whilst looking after the smallest details.

The Cheval Blanc Spa invites guests to embark upon an unparalleled sensorial journey that pampers the body and mind – a true immersion into Guerlain’s world of beauty and well-being.


Hôtel Barrière Les Neiges

Tucked between mountain and sky, Courchevel 1850 is a stand-out magical resort combining tradition and luxury. Situated at the foot of the famous south-facing Bellecôte slope, Hôtel Barrière Les Neiges enjoys a unique location in the heart of the legendary ski resort, close to shops and activities.

Pale wood, white marble, silky fabrics and an open fire. The Hôtel Les Neiges perpetuates the warm authenticity of a mountain chalet showcased with elegant contemporary furniture. Guests have direct access to the ski slopes, ski room, the spa, pool and private cinema room throughout the day. Spend the morning on the ski slopes then indulge in a little shopping in the centre of Courchevel and dine while enjoying the marvellous views. The Hôtel Les Neiges offers a unique experience in a pristine natural environment.

Sunset at the summit, a forest of fir trees and a bluish glacier. Sumptuous materials and silky fabrics. Combining tradition and glamour, the 22 rooms, 20 suites and the penthouse at Hôtel Les Neiges Courchevel will envelop you in luxurious softness.


White 1921 Courchevel

Ideally located on the Croisette, White 1921 Courchevel is the perfect place to indulge in a day out on the slopes and enjoy the festive atmosphere of Courchevel 1850 and its numerous boutiques, bars and restaurants.

Designed by renowned architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte, White 1921 Courchevel hotel offers 26 contemporary rooms. Each designed with mountain flair, some feature balconies or open terraces with beautiful views over the slopes or the legendary village.

Every morning, a generous, gourmet breakfast awaits guests in the convivial atmosphere of the Grand Salon or in-room. The dedicated Ski Service team carefully prepares each guest’s equipment as well as little treats and thoughtful surprises to delight skiers throughout the day.

A Jacuzzi, sauna, hammam, and fitness centre welcome guests, providing a soothing retreat to complete this unique mountain stay. In the early afternoon, the cosy Petit Salon is an ideal setting for an interlude with family and friends or a prelude to the sought-after nightlife of Courchevel 1850.


Hôtel des 3 Vallées Courchevel

Designed in the early 1950s as an inn for skiers and travellers, Hôtel des 3 Vallées was an inaugural part of the "Courchevel dream".

Providing doorstep access to both the slopes and La Croisette, it embodies a vision of modernism shaped by pioneering French architects and designers such as Jean Prouvé and Charlotte Perriand, who forged the Courchevel legend and invented the architecture of winter sports. It was the foundation stone of a certain vision of the mountain lifestyle that guests find reflected in this authentic Alpine chalet.

With 31 large rooms, fine-food grocery, private jacuzzi and spa, Hôtel des 3 Vallées is a modernist hotel at heart, offering the highest standards in luxury and refinement, with easy access to the resort's upscale boutiques and nightlife. An unrivalled setting for anyone who wants to enjoy every moment of their stay in one of the world’s most beautiful ski areas.



Mont-Blanc Chamonix

Since 1849, the legendary hotel has seen a cosmopolitan clientele coming from all over the world to experience the highest peak in Europe. Ideally located a few steps from the main street, the building in the typical style of Chamonix unveils its white façade and blue shutters.

The beautiful typical architectural style of the Chamonix valley meets contemporary touches and a refined high-mountain atmosphere in this mythical hotel.

Inside the property, guests can rediscover the elegance of the palaces that had emerged in Chamonix in the early 19th century when the station welcomed a wealthy international clientele who would come to discover the first winter sports holidays.

The 5-star hotel has been fully renovated by the interior designer Sybille de Margerie, inspired by nature and the environment. The bedrooms face a beautiful panorama of mountains, providing space, luxury and comfort. Every morning, the hotel offers the pleasure of waking up facing the most beautiful peak, the Mont Blanc.

A haven of relaxation, the exclusive Spa area invites you to unwind with Clarins® treatments and massages. Warm earth colours mixed with the finest wood and mosaique create a luxurious cocoon far away from the outer world stress. Enjoy its gym with state-of-the-art fitness equipment and a heated outside swimming pool and Jacuzzi with a breathtaking view of the vertical mountain peaks.



France is where life’s simplest pleasures — a plate of cheese, a glass of wine, a piece of chocolate — are both beautiful and delicious and around every corner. Take Paris, a city for strolling along the Seine, with its artists and cafes, or wandering the Louvre, one of countless number of museums, historic monuments and art galleries. Pop into Chanel for that sweater you’ve been eyeing or jump on a motor scooter to explore some of the city’s trendy outlying neighborhoods. Venture farther to find vineyards and valleys, coastlines and chateaux — all visual and historic feasts. It’s difficult to see all of the country in one go, but you can choose to visit Mediterranean beaches or the canyons of the Pyrenees one time and bike the limestone hills of Provence or the rolling meadows of the Loire Valley another. Climate varies widely across France with temperate weather in the north and Mediterranean-type temperatures in the south (think warm, humid summers). Pack layers and consider catching France in the spring, when the blossoms are out and “mon pays” is at its finest.