Facing the gardens of the Champs-Élysées, this new 5-star hotel cultivates an atmosphere of private residence like no other. In February, its restaurants Le Gabriel was awarded 2 stars by the Michelin guide. A perfect path for this ambassy of French luxury.
Located on a side lane facing one of the world’s most iconic avenue gardens, trimmed with its summer terrace outlined by orange trees, La Reserve is a bucolic island in the heart of the City of Light. Mid-way between the top shopping destinations of rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré and avenue Montaigne, La Réserve Paris is a step away from the Grand Palais and the Concorde obelisk. On the upper floors, the extensive panoramic view from the 26 suites and 14 rooms will help you to understand just what makes Paris so majestic, with the Eiffel Tower as a grandiose focal point, like a lighthouse for world travelers. After Geneva and Ramatuelle, Michel Reybier pay tribute to the glory of la Belle Epoque era when the 19th century building was built. To rethink this atmosphere, it is Jacques Garcia, grand master of interior architecture and connoisseur of this style, to whom he has quite naturally entrusted the decoration of the premises. After two years of work and with the intervention of fellow artisans of all persuasions, La Réserve is well up to par on all of its floors, with Carrara marble, Damascus silk, and Cordoba embossed leather, including the contour of the bar. There, in a medley of raspberry tones, you can taste one of the many wines on the menu – a nod to the wine – making passion of Michel Reybier – or a gourmet tea, or even a custom made cocktail based on a list of ingredients suggested by the bartender. In the black and gold set of Le Gabriel restaurant, Jérôme Banctel who worked at L’Ambroisie restaurant, rewrites French cuisine with subtlety. In February, Le Gabriel was awarded 2 stars in the Michelin Guide 2016 edition. The chef respects natural products in no way excludes a certain gustatory fantasy, and borrows culinary inspiration from all over the world, providing a surprise for tastebuds with an inspired reinterpretation of the great classics. For the terrace with a view on the Champs-Élysées gardens and the outdoor patio Jérôme Banctel has created a more casual dining experience influenced by both Italian and Asia flavors. To forget the weather, stress, fatigue, head to the exclusive 16-meter indoor pool where guests may use one of the three treatment rooms, a fitness area with a sports coach. In this peaceful atmosphere you’ll be finally relieved of pressure and can succumb to a complete disconnect from the daily grind. With its amazing success and details to perfection, La Réserve Paris offers a total new luxury experience in a pure discretion style.