France, and especially Paris, is full of great hotels and palaces. Among the most prestigious addresses, the Hotel Le Bristol stands out. Opened in 1925, the hotel has forged an international reputation over the years, becoming a popular place to stay. Still today it is a high-end place, in which stay the greatest. Little tour of this inescapable address of Paris.

Crazy years in the modern era

Inaugurated in 1925, the hotel Le Bristol occupies part of a private hotel built from 1718. At its inauguration, the Art Deco style dominates. Thanks to the inspiration of the architects Gustave Umbdenstock and Urbain Cassan, the Bristol imposes a unique style, loving luxury. The name of the hotel is also a nod to this desire to offer a luxurious place. Bristol is indeed a tribute to Frederick Hervey (4th Earl of Bristol), known for liking travels across continents, passing through places of quality. The Hotel Le Bristol is a bit of an ideal place that Frederick Hervey could have chosen during a visit to Paris. To rest, dine, or watch Paris, from the teak-clad swimming pool offering panoramic views of the city's rooftops and the Sacré-Coeur.


Much more than a hotel

How can a hotel become so mythical? Why is a palace so much appreciated and has become a privileged place by the greats of this world? Because it was rated 4 stars luxury from 1949, or even named best hotel by the very serious " Fielding's Travel Guide to Europe " in 1962, after the war, the Bristol was a meeting place for ambassadors and diplomats, a true crossroads of exchange. Today the hotel capitalizes on this magical past, but does not stagnate, quite the opposite. With 188 rooms including 92 suites, a lobby with paintings of masters and sculptures from the eighteenth and nineteenth, or even its own bakery, the Bristol is a real small ant Hill: More than 600 people work daily in its operation.


Le Bristol Paris, 112 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré

The address of the Hotel Le Bristol is as prestigious as the building. Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, a few metres from the Elysée Palace, the Bristol is surrounded by many art galleries, as well as large shops and a few companies that have chosen this beautiful area to settle. Looking for a Office to share In Paris near the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré ? The price of real estate may have cooled you a little near this big boulevard. Good news, Symphony Partners has a dedicated space of offices equipped for business at 38 Rue Jean, in the 8th arrondissement. The Bristol is only a three-minute walk away. Metro lines 1, 9 and 13 allow you to reach the neighbourhood quickly, from all over Paris. You will find offices to share of standing (Internet Fibre, meeting rooms, relaxation rooms, Nespresso coffee at will). Come and discover this friendly space to set up your company.