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The Peninsula Paris in Paris, France
Occupying a beautifully restored late 19th century building, and being perfectly situated on Avenue Kléber, The Peninsula Paris resides in the heart of the French capital within walking distance of its finest monuments, museums and luxury shopping districts. After laying dormant for two decades, this architectural gem was carefully restored and reopened as The Peninsula Paris, close to the city’s most exclusive luxury shopping, dining and cultural attractions.
With an accent on classic modernity, which adheres to the design tenets of simplicity and chic elegance, the new accommodations showcase the finest of materials and unique craftsmanship. The hotel brings a new dimension of dining to the City of Light with its culinary collection of eclectic restaurant and dining options. Created with the luxury traveler in mind, the spa caters to guest's and all of their individual health and fitness needs.
Location of The Peninsula Paris
Nearest Airport: CDG
Amenities for The Peninsula Paris
- 24-Hour Room Service
- Bar & Lounge
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Spa Services
- Fitness Center
- Wellness Center
- Indoor Pool
- Rooftop Terrace
- Culture & Arts
- Spa & Wellness
Reviews for The Peninsula Paris
When you order tea at â‚¬14 a cup, it should, at the very least, be loose leaf. A tea bag stewing in a fancy pot doesnâ€™t work in a 4* hotel let alone in Peninsula. This is supposed to be the best in the world. Not at this rate. Even ordering a pot of hot water to help soothe the â€˜bagâ€™ didnâ€™t alert the staff to bring clean cups and remove the cold, stewed brown water weâ€™d accumulated. The hotel overall? Unwelcoming reception, marble halls that make you feel poor, furniture thatâ€™s showing its age and not up to scratch. Weâ€™d happily pay â‚¬14 for a cup of tea, but the venue and service needs to be a whole lot better.
QueensParkDan - London, United Kingdom
I stayed at the peninsula in December. The location just behind the Arc de triumph was amazing. Easy walk around to all the best locations.. the food and service was excellent. The staff very helpful and very well informed . A truly Great Hotel.
DAVIDTALLYROSE - London, United Kingdom
This is a bit of a "George V" copy - lots of polished marble and refined flowers. The staff are equally polished and refined. It is expensive. But, the rooms are really beautifully put together, and the place is actually incredibly comfortable.
JonathanKlein - London
Paris is our favorite city in the world and we try to visit at least once a year. I have been eyeing the Peninsula Paris for the past few years since it opened. We planned a trip over New Years and brought our 20 month old daughter. While we did love our stay, it was not our absolute favorite hotel in Paris. Service 5 star- The service was impeccable. The concierge team for the months leading up to it were beyond helpful. They set up all our dinner reservations and helped us find the most perfect spot to spend NYE. We had a crazy situation where the restaurant/club over charged us a significant amount which we discovered after we returned home and they were incredible on helping us get it resolved. They arranged a sitter for us most nights who was very sweet although spoke little english. Room/ Technology 4 Star - We stayed in a Jr. Suite. The room was very modern and beautiful (we have never stayed modern in Paris so this was a change we knew we were making). The technology, while very cool, was almost annoying. The tablets wouldn't work sometimes and the lights were annoying to figure out and the tv was exhausting at nights that we ended up just using our computer. The free movies were great though (as we traveled with our daughter). Food 4 star - We found ourselves ordering food a lot on this trip to the room because we had our daughter with us. While the food was good, it was not great. I think the reasoning behind it was the pricing. Now, you can read my other reviews, we really only stay at the top hotels so we are used to insane food prices. But this was out of control. 50 euro for a burger. Its fine if its the best burger ever, but it wasn't. My husband and I actually both got sick from the food at Lilly's. The incredible service however came in to play once again and removed this from our bill. Spa- the spa was incredible. My massage was wonderful and my blow out in the salon was great. My only other complaint is the pricing in the salon. I had a blow out at the Ritz earlier this year and it was 100 Euro. The Peninsula was 180 Euro. It was NYE and I wanted to feel good so I paid it, but that to me is just crazy!!! Family Friendly- This one is hard to explain. They went through the motions to be a family friendly hotel, but the warm feeling was missing a bit. There was an adorable personalized bear, a baby robe, bath products,chocolates and cookies waiting for us when we arrived. They kept bringing the sweets throughout the week which my daughter loved. The lobby and other common areas are not set up for children. I was terrified to let her run around in the lobby as everything was extremely delicate. Nobody ever made me feel like she wasn't welcomed, but I have definitely been in warmer hotels. A good tip though, we asked the housekeeping team to order us diapers and sippy cups and they had them waiting when we arrived! Room- We reserved a Jr. Suite and it was beautiful! The closet is HUGE and bathroom massive. The closet was so big we ended up moving the crib into the closet so she had her own room! It fit perfectly. Aside from those, this hotel was top notch. They decorated beautifully for NYE and were handing out free champagne throughout the entire evening! Traveling internationally with a toddler is hard and this was our last stop so I was also very tired of wanting her to act perfect when she really was just being her age.
Traci K - Chicago, Illinois
For a two day romantic weekend in Paris, I didn't want to leave things to chance and found this hotel. Have been a guest in thousands of hotels and many of them of this class and range, but never have I felt this level of satisfaction. First: the building renovation is unique, mind-blowing, beautiful and even emotional. Second: the rooms are super nice, cool, adorable, luxurious and sweet. Third: the staff is good, kind, rightfully proud and hands-down every single staff member is the best in Paris. The only negative point might be that they didn't have Tesla charger system, which is quite rare for a hotel of this class on such a metropolitan location, but apparently it has been ordered. The concierge (Anne Marie, forgot to tip her but she deserves an instant pay raise) and the porter (forgot his name but great guy) arranged a charging solution. This place delivers presidential service, in a royalish recent awesome building... Don't think of the price, just let yourself go ;) If you are there on Sunday you have to take the brunch (from 12 till 3pm I believe) which is overwhelming.
Bonkers123 - London, United Kingdom