Amastan Paris is a new kind of boutique hotel made to work just like you do. With intuitive service, a flair for design and an emphasis on collaboration, guests are meant to feel like part of the family and make themselves at home. Reimagining the codes of boutique hospitality, Amastan Paris brings together emerging and established creative talents to offer comfortable, well-curated spaces distinguished by their warmth and ease. The 24 intimate guest rooms have been designed to provide everything you need and nothing you don’t. Light and airy, this boutique hotel is for those who seek high design in a minimal setting.
YotelAir, Charles de Gaulle
YotelAir is the only hotel in the secure transit area of Air France and SkyTeams’ terminal, which can be accessed by passengers with an inbound or outbound flight from terminals 2EFGKLM. Ideal for transit passengers with a long stopover in between flights or, those who want to freshen up before leaving the airport. YOTELAIR is ideal for the ‘Smart’ traveller who checks in their hold luggage the night before an early flight so that they can be ready and wake up refreshed, just minutes away from their departure gate in the morning.
Maison Albar Hotel Paris Céline
Nestling in the heart of Paris’s first arrondissement, between the Pont-Neuf and the new Les Halles district, Maison Albar Paris Pont-Neuf is in an exceptional location. This elegant and sheltered square, an area undergoing dramatic change, is home to numerous trendy boutiques and restaurants. The building, with its Haussmann architecture, was formerly the head office of a famous French luxury brand and is being completely and ambitiously renovated. The old property is being converted into a magnificent five-star boutique-hotel with 60 rooms and suites.
The Ritz Paris
The Ritz Paris is reborn and invites you to experience anew the City of Light. Now freshly restored, its grand décor and intimate salons welcome guests to rediscover a unique atmosphere and the inimitable French art de vivre. Inextricably woven into the fabric of Parisian society and culture, the Ritz Paris is renowned for its incomparable savoir-faire in making every visit exceptional, from Haute Cuisine by Chef Nicolas Sale to custom cocktails at the Bar Hemingway and indulgent beauty treatments at the exclusive new art of skin care area, “CHANEL au Ritz Paris”. A favorite destination among the famous and powerful, the Ritz Paris has faithfully restored the signature decors of celebrated guests in its Prestige Suites. Marcel Proust, Frédéric Chopin, Coco Chanel and the Duke and Duchess of Windsor all opted for furnishings that reflected their personality, a décor of absolute sophistication and the tranquility of a sweeping view over the place Vendôme.
Hôtel de Crillon, a Rosewood Hotel
Since 1758, Paris has sparkled with the grandeur and magic of the Hôtel de Crillon. Over the course of the last three centuries, the Hôtel de Crillon has witnessed the reign of two French kings, the French Revolution, the Napoleonic Empire and the birth of the League of Nations. Built to captivate, the hotel’s majestic architecture has dazzled generations of visitors and played host to some of history’s greatest French and international events. For the reopening, the hotel will celebrate the beginning of a new era.
The Hoxton, Paris
2017 will welcome the opening of The Hoxton, Paris – making it their fourth hotel in Europe. Located in the city’s 2nd arrondissement in a 16th Century building, designed by a counselor to King Louis XIV, Etienne Rivie. The Hoxton, Paris will have 172 rooms all dressed up with locale panache, a restaurant, a speakeasy, and a café-cum-tabac.
Splendide Royal Paris
Opening of the Splendide Royal Paris by Roberto Naldi Collection at 18 Rue du Cirque in the 8th arrondissement, with 12 luxurious suites; 5* category requested (October 2016) ; an Italian restaurant will open in February 2017.
Maison Albar Hotel Paris Céline
Opening by Paris Inn Group of the Maison Albar Hotel Paris Céline, a 60-room property with swimmming-pool and restaurant, with a new, chic and exclusive concept in a 1866 building at 23 Rue du Pont Neuf in the 1st arrondissement, 5* category requested (November 7, 2016).
Curio, A Collection by Hilton
Opening at 4 Rue Niépce near Montparnasse station, of a second Paris hotel under the brand Curio, A Collection by Hilton; 42 rooms, 10 suites, bar, restaurant, meeting rooms and fitness center (February 2017)
Opening at Porte de Sèvres of the first Okko hotel in Paris, with a new French concept of 4-star-hotel with a single rate (€250) all-inclusive: Wi-Fi, telephone, movies, open bar, fitness etc. 149 rooms, architecture by Jean-Michel Wilmotte (2017)
Opening, in 15th arrondissement’s Beaugrenelle area, of Yooma, new hotel concept by French designer Ora Ito including a hotel with 106 rooms (2, 4 & 6 beds), a restaurant, meeting rooms, cooking classes, vegetable garden and artist studios (early 2017)
Opening by Evok Hotels Collection group of a deluxe hotel at 37 Rue de la Pompe in the 16th arrondissement: 59 rooms and suites with Eiffel Tower view, restaurant, two bars, pastry shop, 26-mt pool, spa & fitness and vegetable garden on the roof. Interior design by Philippe Starck (late 2017)
Opening by Marriott of the first Autograph Collection hotel in Paris, a 50-room hotel with conference center in the former Pentemont Abbey at the corner of Grenelle and Bellechasse streets in the 7th arrondissement. 5* category requested (2018)
Cheval Blanc Paris
Transformation by Japanese architects Sejima and Nishizawo of the former department store La Samaritaine into a deluxe property, Cheval Blanc, with 72 rooms and suites with a wide Seine river view, cultural areas, restaurant on the terrace and shops (2018)
La Clef Champs-Élysées Paris
Opening of a third property by The Crest Collection, deluxe apartment hotels: La Clef Champs-Élysées Paris, 44-46 Rue de Bassano in the 8th arrondissement, with 70 suites and a restaurant (2018)
Creation of the first Fauchon hotel at the corner of Place de la Madeleine and Boulevard Malesherbes, with 60 rooms and a Fauchon bar, 5* category requested (2018)
« 4youlodge » – Les Angles
Le Mas de Chapelle – Uzès
Gîtes les petits Gardons – Castillon du Gard
Hôtel Le Pont Levis – Carcassonne
Hôtel In Situ – Béziers
La Villa Guy – Béziers
Cap Combattut – gîte dans l’Aubrac
Normandy Barrière Hotel in Deauville
This legendary 5 star hotel, in this internationally renowned conference venue, has undergone room and lobby refurbishments, the restaurant La Belle Epoque was also redesigned and it now houses a new spa.
Château d’Audrieu – Between Bayeux and Caen
This newly renovated Relais & Château 4 star hotel, boasts 29 rooms, a gourmet restaurant and bar. A new spa is due to open in 2017.
New B&B D-Day Aviators on the Landing Beaches
Located in Arromanches-les-Bains, just 100 meters far from the D-Day Museum, this new guest house welcomes you in a cozy atmosphere. Objects related to old airplanes and aviators are used as a decoration in every room of the house, to make the visitor go back in times while enjoying a nice comfortable stay.
La Toubana Hotel & Spa open 3 new villas
After adding 12 suites to its property, La Toubana Hotel & Spa offers now 3 luxury villas with a breathtaking view of the Caribbean Sea. The 4 bedroom villas feature a private infinity pool, a sundeck, a living room and totally equipped kitchen. Guests of the villas have access to all services of the hotel and the spa, making this property an exceptional high end product.
Tendacayou offers now a brand new Dojo, overlooking the spa and the bay of Deshaies. This 860ft2 space is made out of wood and bamboo, it hosts Zen Relaxation and wellness sessions, but it can also be used for seminars for up to 30 people. The property also recently added an amazing treatment cabin “Le Pavillion Vert” facing a gorgeous waterfall.
Wiwashimara : sleep under the stars.
Set in a unique island of green, Basse Terre, the Wiwashimara bubbles will host you in an eco-responsible space, allowing you to witness the exceptional, and romantic, Caribbean sky. Without walls or ceiling, you will be able to contemplate the constellation of stars during the night. This 14 ft diameter sphere is fixed is set on a wooden floor, and it keeps its shape thanks to a blower.