1 Trip, 5 Ways: Paris

by Jane Reynolds on April 12, 2013

We love Paris in the springtime! And as the most visited city in the world, Paris has all kinds of visitors teeming through the streets — and checking into the city’s hotels — on a daily basis. We’ve found just the spot to stay for almost every kind of traveler, so whether you plan on bringing the kids along or hope to taste some of the finest French cuisine around, Oyster has a hotel for you. We brought them to you all week on Captivate elevator screens, so see the full roundup below!

Hotel for Couples: Hotel Plaza Athenee

Hotel Plaza Athenee

View from the Eiffel Suite at Hotel Plaza Athenee

With a top-notch Dior Institute spa that features tons of couples treatments and gorgeous views of the Eiffel Tower from numerous rooms, the Plaza Athenee is one of the most romantic spots in Paris.

Hotel for Foodies: Hotel Le Bristol

Epicure at Hotel Le Bristol

Epicure at Hotel Le Bristol

Hotel Le Bristol not only offers 24-hour room service with quite the gourmet menu, but it features two gorgeous restaurants including the 3-Michelin-star Epicure which serves classic French cuisine such as frog’s legs.

Hotel for Value Travelers: Hotel Joyce

The Solarium at Hotel Joyce

The Solarium at Hotel Joyce

Hotel Joyce is an affordable, mid-range chain hotel that is nonetheless very un-chain-like in design; quirky would be a good word to describe it. The unique design elements mix well with the historical aspects of the hotel — like the stone walls and the glass-roofed solarium, where free breakfast and afternoon snacks are served.

Hotel for Families: InterContinental Paris Avenue Marceau

Suite with Terrace at the InterContinental Paris Avenue Marceau

Suite with Terrace at the InterContinental Paris Avenue Marceau

As part of the renowned InterContinental brand, this hotel offers numerous family-friendly perks including welcome gifts for kids upon arrival, and baby cots and bathtubs for families with small children. Plus, Wii consoles are available for rent.

 Hotel for Luxury Travelers: Saint James Paris

Saint James Paris

Intricate Hallways at the Saint James Paris

With a sweeping private entrance surrounded by green lawns and an impressive fountain, this upscale 19th century manor is considered the only chateau-hotel in the city. Suites are beautiful but the common areas are even more impressive — especially the black and white grand staircase on the main floor.


Leave a Comment

Previous post:

Next post: