I am going with my wife to Paris to celebrate our wedding anniversary. I want it to be special and want to stay in the best five star hotel in Paris. Which hotel should I choose?
That is an awesome question, and a question that is kind of impossible to answer. There are more than 40 five star hotels in Paris, so there are way to many hotels to choose from, so our answer will mostly be based on general feedback from visitors and user reviews written on the Internet. Not many cities in Europe have as many five star hotels as Paris; Prague is a very popular city, but still they only have about 35 five star hotels. The little city of Belfast on the other hand only has two real five star hotels.
A five star hotel in Paris needs to be centrally located, but since the city is way to big, there is not such thing as an ideal position from which everything can be reached. Here are two hotels that we believe both fit into the category as the best five star hotel in Paris, and then you can of course feel free to pick a hotel in the one that sounds best and finest and most romantic to you!
Best five star hotels in Paris
Hôtel Fouquet’s Barrière
What can be better than a five star hotel in Paris, just along the Champs Elysees, and only a few metres from the Arc de Triomphee. The hotel itself has three restaurants, two bars, free minibars in the room and of course free wireless Internet connection. One of the restaurants in the hotel, Le Diane, enjoys a Michelin star. The hotel also has a nice wellness area, where you can relax after a tough day full of sightseeing and Paris attractions.
Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris
Everyone who has been out traveling a lot know the Four Seasons brand. They are known for luxury, and in cities where such hotels can be found, they are among the most expensive hotels available. So is true for Paris! The Four Seasons Hotel George V in Paris is also located by the Champs Elysees, and some of the rooms are equipped with beautiful balconies where you can enjoy a view towards Paris. The hotel has an amazing wellness and SPA area, and if you want to taste French food at its best you can do so in the Le Cinq restaurant, a restaurant with two Michelin stars. Using the wireless Internet available in the hotel is free.
As you understand luxury and glamor awaits you in Paris. Based on user reviews Hotel Fouquet normally scores a bit higher, but if we had to choose, we would go for Four Seasons. However, if our wallet was to choose, then we would check the prices of both, and go for the cheapest.
If you have been to any of these hotels, or maybe you believe another Paris hotel to be the best five star hotel in Paris, then write a comment and let us know!