"Top service at a price"
Vastly upgraded service from helpful, friendly staffGenuine Hotels.com guest review
ハネムーンで利用しました。コンシェルジュにレストラン、景色も良く最高でした。周辺のリッチも良く。楽しめました。ただ、一つ部屋の掃除の方の管理があまり出来ていないようです。部屋に戻ると2回ほど鍵がかかっていませんでした。その他のセキュリティーが良く、問題は起きませんでしたが。それ以外が最高だったので、その点だけ残念でした。Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"Keine Heizung und zu hohe Rechnung!"
Das an sich schöne Hotel enttäuschte aber dann doch: das Zimmer wirkte unpersönlich (war die niedrigste Kategorie) und kühl. Nachts war es unglaublich kalt (offenbar Heizung defekt). Nur ganz dünne französische Decken (keine Daunen). Als Höhepunkt bei der Abreise eine überhöhte Rechnung, die erst nach Protesten ohne Entschuldigung korrigiert wurde. […] Ob es gefallen habe, wurde nicht gefragt. Fazit: Arroganter Laden, nicht noch mal. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
今回初めて「ブリストル」を利用しました。 ホテルのスタッフのみなさんとても親切でした。 ジュニアスイートを予約して行ったんですけど、グレードアップしてもらいました。 お部屋も広々として、すごく快適でした。 今まで色んなホテルに泊まったんですけど、本当に最高のホテルでした＾＾♪ ホテル内にある、ミシュラン三ツ星レストランもすごく美味しかったです！！！！ また泊まりたいホテルです！！！Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"Best bar and terrace in Paris"
07/08/14 TGHchicago Chicago, Illinois
Did not stay at hotel, but could not of been treated better. First evening at the bar, Max the head barman introduced himself to us and could not of been more professional and cordial. The surroundings are beautiful , including the cat wandering around! Will be back soon!
"Week-end In Paris"
07/08/14 Edgarvaudeville Paris, France
What a best place to stay in Paris? Right in the Center of every destination in Paris Le Bristol is your spot. I have stayed there 2 nights and I had a blast. The service in incomparable to any other in the city. As soon as your checked in, you are being taking care of all the time. The newly renovated rooms are super confortable. The oudoor Terrace is very colorful and cozy with a great atmosphere. You can enjoy a nice glass of Champagne before going to 114 Faubourg for a memorable Diner. The pool and the private roof deck will make you feel you are on the top of the Parisian roofs. "Midnight in Paris remember" Expect Amazing
"Loved, loved, loved The Bristol"
07/06/14 Mitzicmich Murfreesboro, Tennessee
At first was a little hesitant to stay here just due to my unfamiliarity with the property and my familiarity with the George V due to past stays and also the Plaza Athenee. However, since one was closed and George V required that we take such a big room to accommodate myself, my husband, and my 11 year old, it became astronomically priced so we chose the Bristol. I had also read that the Bristol was good with children and my daughter found out they had a house cat so The Bristol it was. Upon booking we did find out, which was a drawback, that the Bristol charges 150 euros a night for a rollaway, which was a little outrageous and no other hotel during our stay in France did this. If you can arrange transportation from the airport to the Bristol thru the hotel it's worth the extra money. They have an agent that will meet you right off the plane sweep you thru customs and baggage claim and have you in a lovely car with cute bristol floor mats in record time! We booked thru Amex fine hotels and resorts and were upgraded to a deluxe junior suite which was very spacious for three people including my daughter and the 150 euro rollaway which actually turned out to be a sofa bed that they made out for her. I was worried from pictures on the website that it looked a bit dated but it's all good, very elegant in all aspects. Our room wasn't ready so they sent us to breakfast which they comped and we had our room within 20 minutes of arrival. What really makes this hotel standout is the service. Everyone is so nice and the service is just excellent! The usual answer to any request was "Of course Madame, whatever you wish!" The hotel was quite homey comfortable in a beautiful grand sort of way. My daughter was greeted in our room with cat cookies, a drink, a kids menu and a stuffed rabbit. She also had fun finding the cat all over the hotel during our stay. The indoor pool was a treat and the the views from the pool were incredible. We had breakfast every morning in the fine dining room and felt like royalty. The garden was breathtaking and nice for drinks. I had one of the best facials of my life in the spa. We dined at 114 our first night there since we were tired and it seemed like an easy choice. It was very good food for my husband and I, and we are not the only ones who think so since it has one michelin star, but they also had a children's menu- so everyone was happy. The location is excellent and so close to shopping and was a very easy area to navigate. I just don't know how it could get any better and we hated to leave. When we return to Paris it will be "tres difficile" to stay anywhere else. We are converts!
07/04/14 Jean S San Diego, California
Had the best service. There is no request too small or too difficult . We normally stay in four seasons and Le Bristol Service and attention to detail was much more superior . We stayed twice at the beginning and the end of our trip. When we came second time,stuff recognized us right away and our room was ready despite that we arrived early..restaurant is highly recommended experience..We will be back.
"One of the Best Hotel's in Europe/the World"
07/03/14 Matt G Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
The hotel is beautiful and in a great location. The service is spectacular here; everyone that I came across was extremely pleasant, attentive and helpful. The hotel has a huge beautiful garden courtyard, a 3 michelin star restaurant, cool cocktail bar with DJ from Thursday-Sunday, as well as other great dining options/bars. Even the room service was awesome. There is a top ranked spa, as well as an unbelievable yacht themed indoor pool. You pay a lot, but you get what you pay for. What more could you ask for? I have never written a review (on any travel site) about any hotel, but felt compelled to after my stay. We will definitely return soon.
"Perfection is desirable ... then there's Le Bristol, a higher order"
07/01/14 CatalinaW Menlo Park
We are back from six days at Le Bristol and what magnificent days they were in our deluxe junior suite #118. There was no view which was acceptable since our package included a gratis upgrade. On our first day we were fortunate to make the acquaintance of Fa-Raon who, perhaps as befits a French aristoc(r)at, was a bit aloof at first but then settled down for a lovely little, um, chat. Le Bristol is the finest hotel of our ken -- gorgeous environs, kindly service, brilliant concierges, notable white-marbled public areas, especially the indoor tea/piano lounge, bar and lobby. No marble in the hidden garden where magnolia trees, roses, geraniums, ivy and plush grassy lawns afford the lucky alfresco dining and sipping -- also, a place to see and be seen; the former was great fun, the latter inconsequential, I expect. Concierge service is almost spooky at Le Bristol. Sans advance notice, Sonia conjured, seemingly from the air, tickets to a same-day concert at Sainte Chapelle then did the same with tickets for the Pompidou and Orsay together with written addresses which we could hand to taxi drivers (some of whom don't speak anglais). As marvelous as Sonia is, her colleagues were equally helpful and brilliant. I felt as if I were being watched over by extraordinary nannies for adults which was useful as we don't know our way around Paris at all. Appreciated the ease and security; anxiety melted away as adventures became accessible. A note about that Sainte Chapelle concert -- it's a small venue (ex royal chapel with stupendous stained glass) yet has better and less better seating areas. Upon arrival, the usher looked at our tickets, then asked which hotel had made the arrangements. When I responded "Le Bristol," he promptly escorted us to front row center seats. It was a sell-out crowd, nary a seat went wanting. Guest relations manager Stephanie looked after us upon arrival which was earlier than our room was ready (we'd just come off a canal barge tour of the Upper Loire) so she treated us to tea and coffee in the garden. She caught up with us again on our last evening and we enjoyed talking with her about our Parisian adventures. I know my way around spas (Golden Door, Esperanza, other Rosewood sites, etc.) yet never had I such a sumptuous facial as at Le Bristol's La Prairie spa (it may sound fishy but there was caviar). The hair salon also was at the top of its game; ask for Michelle, she's fab. Our deluxe junior suite included a roomy foyer and walk-in closet as well as spacious living room with armchairs, sofa, coffee table, writing desk, chest and two floor to ceiling storage areas faced with mirrored French doors. King-bedded room featured more storage, a vanity and another armchair. The bathroom was chock full of amenities and the separate marble shower has a footsie-wash spigot (I swear!). Room service: boy howdy can high-end hotels in the U.S. learn from Le Bristol. Hot breakfast arrived within 20 minutes, every morning. Many room-service deliveries (and we were profligate in this regard) arrived within 10-15 minutes. Also, delicious and beautifully served. Why, yes, we're planning another stay.
"Best Stay Ever"
06/26/14 Jim S Glenview IL USA
My wife and I travel frequently and usually stay at Four Seasons when possible as we love the service and the atmosphere. On this birthday trip for my wife we were recommended to le Bristol by some good friends and liked the look and location so went ahead and booked a deluxe room. From the moment we arrived this property exceeded every expectation (and as a high end hotel in Paris we had very high expectations)! Check in was amazing, they upgraded us to a corner executive suite with a awesome balcony and a view of the Iron Lady of Paris. The courtyard was a great place for cocktails and lunch and we even did a couples massage which was excellent. The service was beyond amazing. If you have th bucks to spend, then this is where you want to stay in Paris. We will be back again.
"A very special Hotel"
06/24/14 ddsheywo Sydney, Australia
We spent one night here in May. We had a suite which was very spacious and beautifully presented. The room was on the front of the hotel. This is an expensive hotel where cost should not be a consideration. It is about quality and service. On these two issues I could not find fault. Every detail was looked after. Beds were the most comfortable on our six week trip. All the linen was of the highest quality. The bathroom produces were Parie. Finding an English TV station was so easy. The check in and concierge service were also impeccable. We found everybody to be friendly and extremely helpful. The décor was also impeccable. The location is also great with the shops within easy walking distance. Despite being on the front of the hotel our room was very quiet. Making a reservation was easy on the net and my request for a table at Epicure handled without a hitch. There were some renovations going on but they did not affect us. Everybody spoke good English which was great as we are Aussies. French is not a language we learn. I cannot fault anything during our stay. Looking at recent negative comments and from my experience cannot understand that the staff were racist. They were always attentive and extremely friendly. The only negative comment I could make is about the business centre. It is normal you would have a business centre in a top hotel. It is important you can do some emails or book in for a flight and print your ticket. Here you have to get a mouse from one of the desks then log in so they can bill you for internet usage. This is a first for me.
"For now.. The Bristol is the One...."
06/24/14 Jeanluc1 New York City, New York
Back again to the hotel Bristol in Paris. It has always been one of the best hotel in the world. I have tried few palaces in Paris and the Bristol was my favorite. The hotel went through a subtle modernization and you feel it behind the elegant and classical decor and the tradition of impeccable service. I see a change in the clientele who became more chic, more elegant and more glamorous. It is even unreal to imagine that it can be a cool place. Yes the hotel Bristol is cool, very cool A manicured garden in the heart of Paris is not common. It is not usual that on a table not far from yours a former US ambassador with his beautiful wife are enjoying an ice tea , and,even closer, just next to you, one of the most famous movie director from Hollywood is chatting with a woman so rich and so well known that you hardly see her in a public place..(cannot say more about it) . The presence of an original designer of jewelry very very "fashion" confirms the cool feeling of being there. In the lobby and at the door a very personal and attentive service is always felt. Best concierge service in Paris. an example..... my passport was lost at London airport and against all odds, the concierge got it back and had it delivered in Paris the same day. I know that he has even worked from home to achieve this. Great staff at the reception desk...beside being very efficient, they put a smile on your face. Laundry is perfect. The truth is that i come more often to Paris for the pleasure of staying at the Bristol.
"Impossible, But It Gets Even Better Every Time"
06/23/14 Harrydog44 DC-USA
Le Bristol has become the standard against which I evaluate the many hotels I visit, and no hotel in the world quite measures up. Some come very close, but Le Bristol has an ineffable extra that sets it at the very top. It's not just the splendid rooms and suites, the attentive yet subtle service, or the superb cuisine in its two Michelin starred restaurants. I can't identify it, but I sense it from the moment I arrive at the front door until the moment I have to, sadly, leave. A wondrous place.
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