Prince de Galles, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Paris

  • 33 Avenue George V
  • Paris,
  • 75008
  • France
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Rooms & Rates


Children per Room

This information enables us to identify the rooms that will best accommodate your party and to prepare for your arrival.

See room terms and details for information about rollaway and/or extra person charges.

Note: At this hotel guests 12 and under are considered children. Please adjust the number of adults and children as needed.
Please see room terms and details for information about rollaway and/or extra person charges.

Family Plan Policy

Children who are 12 or younger sleep for free in the existing bedding of a room shared with a paying adult. Children over 12 years old are charged as adults.

Age Requirement Policy

All guests of the hotel must be 18 years old to check-in. We request that minors be accompanied by an adult.

Prince de Galles, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Paris
Hotel History

Located in the Chaillot Quarter, the Prince de Galles was built in 1928 by Arfvidson. Its style was inspired by the Decorative Arts exhibition of 1925 with a classical yet modern frontage and a magnificent patio in mosaic. Arfvidson, who worked on one of the Champs-Elysées galleries, belonged to the group of intermediary architects who announced the period known as the Modern Movement.

The Prince de Galles owes its name to its original aim—to welcome Prince of Wales Edward VIII, son of England’s King George V, to Paris during his annual stays. The hotel opened its doors in September 1928. Numerous French and international personalities attended this grand opening and quickly became regular guests, including Sir Winston Churchill, Lord Chamberlain, the king of Yugoslavia, Marlene Dietrich, and Lily Damita (she later returned under the name of Mrs. Errol Flynn). Charles Laughton stayed in the hotel for long months; Lana Turner and Gina Lollobrigida discovered Paris through those very same windows.

In 1984, a first wave of renovations was undertaken, and a second in 1993-1994. With this second renovation by Pierre-Yves Rochon, guest rooms and suites were fully redecorated, and the lobby, bar, and restaurant were redesigned.

In 1998, the hotel became part of Starwood Hotels & Resorts.

The hotel closed from February 2011 to May 2013 for a full renovation. The restoration of the interiors was led by two internationally acclaimed French designers: Rochon and Bruno Borrione.

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