Hôtel Le Bristol Gets an Upgrade

Renowned Parisian Hôtel Le Bristol, established in 1925, is putting the finishing touches on a $33 million renovation that includes an expansive new spa, a redesign of its signature three-Michelin-star Gastronomic Restaurant, and two new stylish suites.

The French-style Le Bristol Spa opening in mid-October features eight treatment rooms, including a wet room for hydrotherapy treatments, and a new fitness center, plus an area for child care. Reopening at the same time, the newly designed Gastronomic Restaurant will have an outdoor terrace and expansive views of the hotel garden.

The newly opened suites include the Imperial Suite (nearly $20,000 per night), with a dining room overlooking the hotel’s garden, a fully equipped kitchen, and a reception area that is nearly 3,000 square feet. The two-bedroom, 2,500-square-foot Honeymoon Suite (about $12,350 per night) occupies the hotel’s entire eighth floor, and encompasses a dining area, a kitchen, an office, and a balcony featuring sweeping views of the Eiffel Tower, the Invalides, and the Grand Palais. (+33 1 53 43 43 00, www.lebristolparis.com)

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