The Peninsula Paris is shining among the top of the line hotels of the capital. Member of this celebrated Asian group renowned for its impeccable service, the palace brings its own vision of sophistication to the City of Light.
Tenth hotel of the prestigious Peninsula group, famous for the excellence of its establishments, The Peninsula Paris shines in the firmament of luxury Parisian hotels. The building on avenue Kléber is splendid indeed, both in its exceptional dimensions and in the choice of extremely high-luxury materials used. The 200 rooms including 86 suites – some of them with a terrace – are the very essence of refinement and technology with a hotel automation system developed by the group – the only one of its kind in the world. There are three restaurants in this palace of marble and mosaics overseen by executive Chef Christophe Raoux. The LiLi, is the new temple of Cantonese cuisine in Paris, while the gourmet restaurant L’Oiseau Blanc – where Chef Sidney Redel elevates the French gastronomy to a new height – offers a breathtaking view of the Eiffel Tower from its rooftop terrace. On the ground floor, Chef Laurent Poitevin in charge of the Terrasse Kléber, offers international dishes, drinks and snacks throughout the day. Wellbeing is also part of the Peninsula worldwide reputation. East meets West at the 1,800 sq.m. spa well-known for its spectacular 20-meter swimming pool. In this haven of relaxation guest can enjoy facial cares from the high end french brand Biologique Recherche or Qi Gong classes and beauty treatments from the exclusive Cha Ling L’Esprit du Thé brand. After being pampered, no one can resist to the healthy menu inspired by Asian cuisine. Another distinguishing feature of The Peninsula Paris is the service, whose excellence in the group’s Asian hotels is already legendary. In fact, the French teams were trained in Hong Kong to the unique standards of quality demanded by the Peninsula Group. Another of the hotel’s attractions is its fleet of cars for the use of guests: ten BMW Series 7s and two bespoke Mini Cooper S Clubman, as well as two Rolls-Royces (a Phantom and a Phantom II vintage). At The Peninsula Paris, luxury knows no bounds… for the greater delight of its guests.