The Prince de Galles, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Paris has intrigued and enthralled guests since opening in 1929. Welcoming you to France's storied capital with the 5-star service and Art Deco chic. Situated on Avenue George V, just a few steps from the iconic Champs-Elysées, the hotel places you near luxury boutiques, the tranquil beauty of the Seine and legendary landmarks including the Arc de Triomphe. The serene Wellness Suite encourages relaxation and renewal. The rooms and suites are immaculately designed and appointed with home-like comforts; many offer sweeping views of the Paris skyline. Throughout your stay, enjoy the unwavering dedication to service that has distinguished the luxury hotel for nearly a century.The 19.20, cocktail and culinary memoir bar, offers the opportunity to savor food and beverages recipes that honor Paris. Enthusiastic about new experiences, the Prince de Galles is delighted to open a fresh chapter at the end of 2020 with the new Akira Back restaurant.
Rooms & Suites - Steps away from the Champs-Elysées, one of the most beautiful avenues in the world, the hotel provides a luxurious retreat amidst the energy of France's capital city. Select between 116 guest rooms and 43 spacious suites, many of which include private balconies with stunning views of the Paris cityscape. The accommodations include thoughtful amenities such as complimentary bottled mineral water and your choice of local or international newspapers, daily. Enjoy the sleek marble bathrooms that feature mosaics inspired by the Art Deco era, as well as plush terrycloth robes and slippers and toiletries from the Lalique collection.
Dining - The gastronomic experience at the Prince de Galles can be enjoyed in three different perspectives. At 19.20, a cocktail and culinary memoir bar, where the spirit of Paris is combined with elegance and warmth to the art of mixology. In the Patio, an invigorating haven of peace, a refreshing spot surrounded by greenery, ideal to enjoy a lunch, a dinner under the stars, or simply a cocktail. Enthusiastic about beautiful adventures and new experiences, the Prince de Galles is delighted to open a fresh chapter at the end of 2020 with the new Akira Back restaurant, named after the international, Michelin-starred chef who has chosen the hotel as his first European venture.
''Bar 19.20'' - This cocktail and culinary memoir bar offers, in an intimate and exclusive atmosphere, the opportunity to savor recipes that honor Paris, to discover the realms of cognac and taste some of the very best wines and champagnes from local producers. Dress code: Smart Casual. The new bar 19.20 at the Prince de Galles recalls the prosperous years during which the hotel rose to its elegant grandeur and brings to mind that special time of the day in Parisian life - the aperitif. A Distinctive cocktail bar that offers, in an intimate and exclusive atmosphere, the opportunity to savor recipes that honor Paris, to discover the realms of cognac, and taste some of the very best wines and champagnes from local producers.
''Le Patio - International Cuisine Restaurant'' - A lush retreat in the midst of Paris's 8th Arrondisement, Le Patio is a fine dining restaurant highlighted by a spectacular mosaic meticulously restored by Bruno Borrione. Sample Mediterranean-influenced fare in an inviting atmosphere. The gastronomic experience at the Prince de Galles can also be enjoyed all year round on the Patio with its walkways and garden. The oasis of calm amidst all the hustle and bustle of the Parisian 8th arrondissement is furnished entirely in wood and decorated with woven lanterns, wall hangings, and drapes. Spectacular mosaics, palm trees, cacti, and ferns complete the sumptuous decors. The beauty and elegance of the Patio’s architecture, which has remained intact since its inauguration in 1929, are unique and protected by the ‘Bâtiments de France’ (the French architectural review board) as a historical monument. The refreshing spot surrounded by greenery is ideal to enjoy a lunch, a dinner under the stars, or simply a cocktail.
''Akira Back Japanese Restaurant'' - Michelin-starred chef Akira Back has chosen Prince de Galles, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Paris for the opening of his first restaurant in Europe. Open for lunch and dinner. Dress code: Smart Casual. Enthusiastic about beautiful adventures and new experiences, the Prince de Galles is delighted to open a fresh chapter at the end of 2020 with the new Akira Back restaurant, named after the international, Michelin-starred chef who has chosen the hotel as his first European venture. The restaurant will pay homage to a modern Japanese cuisine combined with Korean and international flavors, sparked by the Japanese artistic movement of the late 1920s that inspired Paris and Europe alike. At the time, Japanese art and design introduced a new aesthetic and poetic charm, a mood that is reflected today in Akira Back’s contemporary, cosmopolitan cuisine.
Spa & Fitness - Indulge in a spa day during your Parisian getaway. Located within the hotel, Wellness Suite by Olivier Lecocq offers a rejuvenating experience, inspired by the therapeutic products of Unique Elixir Paris. You may choose to enjoy a luxury treatment in the Wellness Suite, which includes a hamman, or in the privacy of your room. Maintain your health while in France at the on-site fitness center, which is complimentary for the hotel guests. It features treadmills, elliptical machines, stationary bicycles and a Stairmaster, as well as free weights, fitness balls and stretching bands. Upon request, individual sessions can be organized with a personal trainer, available at a charge. For your comfort and convenience, the fitness centers offers towels, fresh fruit, newspapers and complimentary mineral water. The fitness center is only available for guests aged 16 years or older.
The Wellness Suite - The wellness experience by Olivier Lecocq at the Prince de Galles is based on the authenticity of personalized treatments, emphasized by the natural products Unique Elixir Paris. Draped in white, the wellness suite is a private and confidential space furnished with a massage table, a steam bath, and a large shower dressed in green mosaic.
Area & Activities - Paris is a city rich in history and brimming with style. Situated on Avenue George V in the heart of the city center, Prince de Galles, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Paris places a wealth of noteworthy attractions within your reach. The hotel is steps away from the magnificent, tree-lined Champs-Elysées, with its exclusive boutiques, Avenue Montaigne, cafés and restaurants. Additional landmarks within walking distance include the Grand Palais, built in 1900 for the World's Fair, and the Arc de Triomphe, ordered by Napoleon as a memorial to the French Grand Army.
The hotel also offers close proximity to some of Paris' lesser-known jewels, such as the Petit Palais, a smaller museum that showcases masterpieces from Delacroix, Courbet and Ingres. Of course, a visit to the French capital would not be complete without a walk along the Seine and its beloved bridges - particularly the Alexandre III bridge, named in honor of Tsar Alexandre III. Fashion enthusiasts can explore the famed Triangle d'Or, perhaps Paris' most iconic shopping district. Other points of interest include the many picturesque gardens that dot the city center, such as the Tuileries. Lose yourself in the secret passages and corridors that connect streets and alleys throughout Paris - Galerie Colbert, Galerie Vivienne and Passage Choiseul to name a few. Wander through the beautiful Musée des Arts Décoratifs, situated within the Palais du Louvre. After a day of strolling, rest tired legs with an afternoon horse calèche ride around the Eiffel Tower.
Explore Paris - The Prince de Galles, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Paris is within walking distance of historical landmarks, including the Arc de Triomphe and the Champs-Elysées, and is located in the heart of Paris on Avenue George V. Experience the most beautiful avenue of the "City of Lights" and the exclusive local boutiques such as Dior, Cartier, Louis Vuitton, Channel or Bulgari while discovering the exceptional treasures of Paris.