Living in a palace in Paris is not a dream

We cannot stay at Palace of Versailles, but there are many hotels in Paris that offer a palace-like experience. French people have given a unique label to hotels that are five-star and luxurious: Palace-level.

Le Bristol Paris

If you enjoy the strong French old school flavor, please choose Le Bristol hotel: the hotel opened in 1925 and features 18th-century French decorative style that continues to this day. And they also have the Michelin three-star restaurant Epicure, led by Chef Frechon.

Le Meurice

If you are an art enthusiast, you might want to take a look at Le Meurice. The hotel has been named "the king of hotels" since its opening in 1835, and surrealist master Salvador Dali lived in the Royal Suite at 102 for one month every year for 30 years. To pay tribute to Dali, the hotel has used many surrealist decorations, which you can easily recognize at first glance.

H Tel Plaza Ath n e

Plaza Athénée has a deep connection with fashion: Mr. Dior opened his first boutique next to the hotel in 1946, and the Le Bar collection debuted in 1947, which was created by Mr. Dior in the hotel bar. Today, the hotel also has the only Dior Spa in Europe. Tip: The hotel's balcony offers the most complete view of the Eiffel Tower.

Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris

This Four Seasons Hotel, originally named George V, was built in 1928 and showcases the fashionable Art Deco and Versailles Court styles of that time. Today, it has integrated the aesthetic of the Four Seasons Group. The floral art pieces created by master florist Jeff Leatham have become the hotel's signature, resembling exquisite works of art.