Fancy staying in a chateau in the middle of Paris? Of course you do. Saint James Paris is a 19th-century palace that was the home to the Triers Foundation for more than a century. Now a truly decadent and bourgeois hotel, it's a place like no other.
Designed by Bambi Sloan the hotel's neoclassical style forms a luxurious stage on which to play out all your Parisian fantasies. With a mix of elegant rooms and sumptuous suites (plus two separate Love Pavilions), this is the French long weekend you've dreamt of.
This luxury experience comes fully loaded with everything from bikes or electric cars to hire to the finest Clef D'Or concierges on hand to help design your perfect Paris adventure.
Each of the Prestige suites can be found behind a glossy red door, your door to another world. Book a music suite on the top floor to serenade a loved one with a grand piano and a glass-roofed conservatory. This is neoclassical meets new wave.
Michelin starred Virginie Basselot has brought a delicate imaginative touch to the hotel restaurant, using local ingredients, plenty of veggies from the hotel kitchen garden and bundles of joy to make the restaurant a destination in its own right.
What once was a grand library has become an even grander bar. Make time to meet the head barman, Juniceal who uses a mix of unusual ingredients (foie gras and raspberries anyone?) to make wonderful cocktails. Oh and it still contains 12,000 books if you get bored.
Let the hotel’s wonderful sommelier regale you with interesting food and wine pairings and you'll never look back, or look at a wine menu in the same way again.
43 Avenue Bugeaud
Paris - France
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