Sneak Peek: Prince de Galles, Paris

Following a two-year restoration, Prince de Galles, a Luxury Collection Hotel, reopens this month with stylish new decor featuring art-deco-style furnishings, Saint Laurent marble floors, and bronze light fixtures, among other artful touches. The hotel has 159 rooms and suites (starting at about $785), including the more than 2,600-square-foot Appartement Parisien, which—with two floors of living quarters and a 914-square-foot terrace overlooking the city—is its most lavish accommodation. Other amenities include a fitness center with a hammam, the French restaurant Restaurant La Scene, and a bar; plus the hotel is steps away from the Champs-Élysées and the Arc de Triomphe. (+33.1.53.23.7777, www.luxurycollection.com/princedegalles)

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