Le Bristol & Spa by La Prairie

Paris, France

Features

  • Family Friendly
  • Fine Dining
  • Pets Welcome

Spa

  • Pool
  • Thermal Facilities

To Do

  • Gymnasium
  • Personal training
  • Shopping
  • Sightseeing

Dating back to the 19th Century and previously known as The Vogue Hotel, Le Bristol, named after The Count of Bristol an extravagant traveller and luxury connoisseur, welcomed it’s first guests in 1925. Part of the prestigious Oetkar Collection it ranks amongst one of only six elite ‘Palace’ status hotels in Paris.

The impressive Haussmannian style building sits on the fashionable Rue du Faubourg St-Honoré, in fine company amongst the elite Parisian designer flagships of Hermes, Lavin, Dior and Chanel.

The Spa

Spa Le Bristol by La Prairie

Designed by Maja Oetker and Pierre-Yves Rochon and a favourite with the Parisian fashion crowd, Le Bristol’s award winning petit Spa by La Prairie is hidden in the basement of the hotel. A ‘haute couture’ spa with eight treatments rooms, each leading on to a tranquil private terrace.

The spa offers signature treatments such as The Caviar Facial as well as holistic treatments from Aromatherapy Assoicates and The Organic Pharmacy. There’s a ‘Just for Him’ menu and a ‘Midnight in Paris’ treatment for romantic couples.

Spa Facilities

  • Treatment rooms
  • Beauty salon
  • Steam room
  • Relaxation areas
  • Spa terraces
  • Penthouse swimming pool
  • Gym

Spa Products

To Stay

188 rooms, of which 92 are suites span the hotel.

Each of the rooms and suites are individually designed with hand painted wallpapers in pastels, eau de nil and rich emeralds and golds paired with silk curtains and antique furnishings.

The suites’ Carerra marble bathrooms are dressed with orchids and luxurious Anne Semonin products.

To Eat

In the summer months the hotels Epicure restaurant spills on to the Italian style terrace and gardens where four ethereal Magnolia trees surround the angelic fountain centrepiece.

The elegant restaurant is a master in it’s own right with 3 Michelin stars and listed as one of the best 101 restaurants in the world.


Getting There

112 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris, France

Charles de Gaulle Airport

Lisa BrownBy Lisa Brown

Dating back to the 19th Century and previously known as The Vogue Hotel, Le Bristol, named after The Count of Bristol an extravagant traveller and luxury connoisseur, welcomed it’s first guests in 1925. Since then royalty, nobleman and glitterati have graced its steps including Grace Kelly, Sophia Loren and Orson Welles.

The late seventies saw German businessman Rudolf Oetker aquire the hotel as a generous birthday gift for his wife Maja, and so it remains part of the prestigious Oetker Collection to this day. It ranks amongst one of only six elite ‘Palace’ status hotels in Paris.

The impressive Haussmannian style building sits on the fashionable Rue du Faubourg St-Honoré, in fine company amongst the elite Parisian designer flagships of Hermes, Lavin, Dior and Chanel. Known as the Fashion Mecca of Paris, the hotel pays tribute to its habitat with ‘Fashion Saturdays’, where French and foreign designers flaunt their creations, while guests take champagne tea paired with designer desserts.

Service, as you would expect, is impeccable with the eager and informative concierge serving your every whim – from restaurant recommendations to queue jumping at the Louvre.

Spa Le Bristol by La Prairie

Designed by Maja Oetker and Pierre-Yves Rochon and a favourite with the Parisian fashion crowd, Le Bristol’s award winning petit Spa by La Prairie is hidden in the basement of the hotel. A ‘haute couture’ spa with eight treatments rooms, each leading on to a tranquil private terrace.

The spa offers signature treatments such as The Caviar Facial as well as holistic treatments from Aromatherapy Assoicates and The Organic Pharmacy. There’s a ‘Just for Him’ menu and a ‘Midnight in Paris’ treatment for romantic couples.

For pre-opera preening there’s a full hair salon and make up service and for fitness fans personal trainers are on hand in the state of the art gym. Set away from the spa on the top floor of the hotel is a swimming pool with wonderful views of Paris.

The Treatment

Treatments begin with the Eucalyptus steam room, to relax and soothe limbs in preparation for therapy and are concluded with a ginger, lemon and honey infusion for a final boost to the immune system, so guests leave feeling both serene and revitalized.

La Prairie’s Platinum Rare Facial combines the revitalising power of platinum to rejuvenate the skin with a deep relaxing massage experience to release tension. Two therapists were on-hand to pamper me using the high performance La Prairie Platinum Collection, which boasts anti-wrinkle firming peptides mixed with platinum. I left not only with dropped shoulders, but super smooth skin and a bright and youthful glow!

Other Treatments

One treatment room is dedicated to the Russian Baniya ritual and is equipped with a heated marble table, effusion shower and a private hammam. Birch leaves, caviar – white or blue according to your needs – and the strong massage that is typical of a Baniya will transform your wellbeing.

Over two and a half hours of healing therapy will aid rejuvenation, cleanse, detox and comfort body and mind.

To Stay

Each of the rooms and suites are individually designed with hand painted wallpapers in pastels, eau de nil and rich emeralds and golds paired with silk curtains and antique furnishings.

Our suite boasted a beautiful lounge area, king size bed dressed in Egyptian cotton sheets and a huge Carerra marble bathroom with aromatic orchids and luxurious Anne Semonin products.

To Eat

In the summer months the hotels Epicure restaurant spills on to the Italian style terrace and gardens where four ethereal Magnolia trees surround the angelic fountain centerpiece.

The elegant restaurant is a master in it’s own right with 3 Michelin stars and listed as one of the best 101 restaurants in the world.

114 Faurborg (1 Michelin star) has a relaxed bistro type feel, and is famous for its delicious Parisian fish and chips!

For the Kids

Hippolyte the rabbit awaits your children to take them on a real adventure: a welcome package on arrival, rabbit-shaped cookies, apple and orange fragrance shampoos and soaps, a bathrobe and a treasure hunt.

Everything has been arranged to ensure that children enjoy their stay at Le Bristol.