Seen as one of the best hotels in world, it’s time to get to know La Reserve Paris a little bit better.
Discreetly hidden behind a curtain of trees on Avenue Gabriel in Paris’s 8th arrondissement, the La Réserve Paris offers stunning views over Eiffel Tower and the glass ceiling of the Grand Palais. But surely that’s not what makes this property a must-visit? It has to have something to do with the fact that it mainly consists of suites than rooms with dedicated butlers, indulgent spa and a two Michelin stars restaurant La Pagode de Cos.
The hotel was originally built for the Duc de Morny, Napoleon III’s half-brother, so spaces expect airy and grand spaces that feel more like the bourgeois home of a Parisian millionaire – which isn’t a bad thing. Jacques Garcia designed the communal areas in ruby red, green and gold but kept the bedrooms neutral with tones of nudes and greys. Despite the classic design, room are equipped with some of the most advanced technology including touch-screen phones and tablets.
Opulent and luxurious and with a fine service to match, this little gem creates a world for those who appreciate the best things in life.