The real luxury lies in the simplicity of finely selected furniture with unique and elegant pieces. It is also in the discreet and impeccable service of an extremely well-prepared staff. A home away from home, with attention to the smallest details.
This is La Réserve Paris.
A hotel that honors the class, that’s how you safely describe the La Réserve de Paris. In fact, the establishment is listed as the number 1 hotel in the world in different selections of internationally renowned publications. Occupying a distinctive building next to the Champ-Elysées, it graces its guests with views of important historic buildings such as the Grand Palais, the Eiffel Tower, and the Pantheon. In its interior, it brings the elegance of a private apartment of the nineteenth century, with ultra-personalized and discreet services. These characteristics, in fact, translate quite significantly the concept of the hotel.
Unlike some other hotels, where much of the motivation to staying in one of their suites comes from the pleasure of seeing and being seen, in La Réserve the idea involves being very well received, but without pomp, circumstance or ostentation. Here, the greatest luxury comes from the discretion with which its staff accompanies its guests, guaranteeing a service of high quality and, at the same time, keeping your privacy completely untouched. This, in fact, is the standard of excellence present in the other hotels of the network, as in the units of Geneva and Ramatuelle. “The key is to efficiently combine excellence and simplicity, aiming for perfection and flawless quality in everything we do,” says Michel Reybier, founder and owner of the La Réserve signature.
Whoever visits the place notice this motto in all moments and environments. Beautifully decorated, the library with its fireplace in the center may be the perfect choice for an afternoon tea, after a beautiful walk through the charming surroundings of the 8ème. For breakfast, it is worth changing the warmth of the suite on at least one of the days to sample the delights of French cuisine on the terrace of the hotel, illuminated by the light of the sun even in the cold days.
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