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  • 33 Avenue George V
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 85 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by A Perfect Stay in Paris As an SPG Platinum, I have been fortunate to have stayed in some truly extraordinary Starwood Luxury Collection hotels. But among those hotels, The Prince de Galles is in a class by itself. When you walk in the door for the first time, the warm and lustrous art deco ambiance simply takes your breath away. Our stay there, celebrating our 25th anniversary, was simply superb, and perfect. Although we arrived several hours prior to check-in time, our suite was already ready for us, and the front desk staff was graciously welcoming. We were then given a very personalized tour of the hotel by the charming Guest Experience Manager Alexandre Germain, who introduced us to the gorgeous restaurants and public spaces of the hotel, told us a bit about the history and the recent renovation, and then personally escorted us to our Makassar Suite. As we entered our suite, the Makassar ebony and Saint Laurent marble-floored circular foyer let us know that no detail in this suite had been overlooked. And indeed, the quality of all of the furnishings and fittings, supervised during the renovation by Pierre-Yves Rochon, was exceptional. The suite itself was warm and inviting, and we really felt we had found a home in Paris. I'm not sure I have ever been in a suite where the details have been so perfectly designed and thought-out, from fabrics, furnishing, lighting, down to the Bulgari bathroom amenities. (And the additional powder room was very handy to have.) The bed, soft, beyond luxurious, and outfitted with highest-quality linens, was a Paris dream after a 16-hour international flight. The sound proofing of the windows is amazing -- the noise from the busy Avenue George V below becomes absolutely silent when the large windows are closed. (I want windows like this in my own house in San Francisco!) The hotel is intimate, at only 159 rooms, and the intimacy also comes through from the service of the staff, who are friendly, gracious, warm, and extremely efficient. If we made a phone call requesting anything, it was always followed up by another phone call to make sure we had received what we needed. If you ask for ice, it is there in 5 minutes. If you order breakfast, 20 minutes. And unlike many luxury hotels who cut off breakfast room service with military precision, the Prince de Galles is happy to serve you breakfast in your suite at 12 noon, if you have slept in late and are having a leisurely morning. On a rainy night, we asked the very friendly front doorman to get a cab to take us to dinner. Instead, he instantly arranged for the hotel's driver to take us to the restaurant. Our stay was filled with thoughtful touches like this. The location could not be better. Two blocks in one direction to the Champs Elysee, four blocks in the other direction to the Seine (and the most perfect Eiffel Tower view), and beyond that easy and gorgeous walks to the fabulous neighborhood restaurants of the 7th Arrondissement (like our favorite, Cafe Constant.) Moonlit walks back to the hotel were idyllic. Paris is a magical city, and when you visit Paris, you want your trip to be perfect. Unfortunately, when you read reviews of many other illustrious Paris hotels, you discover that many people's dreams of a perfect Parisian adventure have been felled by less-than-wonderful hotel stays. This will not happen to you at The Prince de Galles. It is a place of which dreams are actually made. We cannot wait to return. With many thanks to Alexandre Germain and the entire staff, who made our stay so wonderfully memorable. George Daugherty and David Wong, San Francisco. November 20, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Beauty and style The hotel is magnificently redone with attention to quality and materials. It is a modern statement of elegance with a touch of charm from the 40s era. The staff was all about customer service and paid close mindful effort to any details or personal needs. The room was exquisite. Stayed in a Maccasar suite and it was perfectly done. Impressed by the concierge staff and the doormen...perhaps the check in staff was new - but they were on point - after a few mistakes. The hotel lounge was warm and staff was very attentive as well. Don't miss this if you have the opportunity to visit Paris! October 9, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by A Perfect Stay in a Perfect Hotel As an SPG Platinum, I have been fortunate to have stayed in some truly extraordinary Starwood Luxury Collection hotels. But among those hotels, The Prince de Galles is in a class by itself. When you walk in the door for the first time, the warm and lustrous art deco ambiance simply takes your breath away. Our stay there, celebrating our 25th anniversary, was simply superb, and perfect. Although we arrived several hours prior to check-in time, our suite was already ready for us, and the front desk staff was graciously welcoming. We were then given a very personalized tour of the hotel by the charming Guest Experience Manager Alexandre, who introduced us to the gorgeous restaurants and public spaces of the hotel, told us a bit about the history and the recent renovation, and then personally took us to our Makassar Suite. As we entered our suite, the Makassar ebony and Saint Laurent marble-floored circular foyer let us know that no detail in this suite had been overlooked. And indeed, the quality of all of the furnishings and fittings, supervised during the renovation by Pierre-Yves Rochon, was exceptional. The suite itself was warm and inviting, and we really felt we had found a home in Paris. I'm not sure I have ever been in a suite where the details have been so perfectly designed and thought-out, from fabrics, furnishing, lighting, down to the Bulgari bathroom amenities. (And the additional powder room was very handy to have.) The bed, soft and outfitted with highest-quality linens, was a Parisian dream after a 16 hour international flight. The sound proofing of the windows is amazing -- the noise from the busy Avenue George V below becomes absolutely silent when the large windows are closed. (I want windows like this in my own house in San Francisco!) The hotel is intimate, at only 159 rooms, and the intimacy also comes through from the service of the staff, who are friendly, gracious, warm, and extremely efficient. If we made a phone call requesting anything, it was always followed up by another phone call to make sure we had received what we needed. If you ask for ice, it is there in 5 minutes. If you order breakfast, 20 minutes. And unlike many luxury hotels who cut off breakfast room service with military precision, the Prince de Galles is happy to serve you breakfast in your suite at 12 noon, if you have slept in late and are having a leisurely morning. On a rainy night, we asked the very friendly front doorman to get a cab to take us to dinner. Instead, he instantly arranged for the hotel's driver to take us to the restaurant in the hotel's car. Our stay was filled with thoughtful touches like this. Last, but certainly not least, the location is incredible. Two blocks from the Champs-Élysées , but far enough down Avenue George V to be away from the hustle and bustle. In the other direction down Avenue George V, it is a 10 minute walk to the Seine, and the Tour Eiffel in all its glory. Cross the bridge, and you are in the midst of the 7th Arrondissement's many fantastic neighborhood restaurants, and the walk back to the hotel in the moonlight, after dinner, is sheer bliss. Everything else in Paris is a quick walk or taxi ride from the hotel, and Metro access is nearby, and easy as well. Paris is a magical city, and when you visit Paris, you want your trip to be perfect. Unfortunately, one often hears stories that other people's dreams of a perfect Parisian adventure have been felled by less-than-wonderful hotel stays elsewhere. This will not happen to you at The Prince de Galles. It is a place of which dreams are actually made. We cannot wait to return. With many thanks to Alexandre and the entire staff, who made our stay so wonderfully memorable! Merci, from George and David November 22, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Location - excellent rooms and service I stayed at the hotel for 3 nights near the end of a one week trip with my wife. Overall, the hotel met my expectation for using Pts+$, but it would have been a bit disappointing if I had to pay the regular published rates. Pros: -Confirmed for a junior suite (used my suite night awards) -Room was available to check in despite getting to hotel at 11am -Check in staff and guided tour of the room was a nice touch of luxury service -Mosaic suite was in excellent condition, with plenty of space and the bed was very comfortable -Internet was fast and easy to maintain connection -Bfast at the restaurant was included as my SPG welcome amenity, and the service was very good -Housekeeping was very prompt, and room was always ready by the time I return to the room Cons: -No platinum lounge or substitute offered (would of been nice if received a free drink/snack at the bar) -Location at George V is very close to Champs Elysee, some may find it too touristy. If you want to go to Marais, you'll have to cab or take longer metro rides. December 2, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by EXCEPTIONAL QUALITY We spent 6 nights in Paris at the Prince de Galles , September 2013. Location is fantastic, probably the best in Paris. The results of the renovations are superb, with extremely high quality finishing throughout the hotel. The staff is very attentive, and refined - world class. The rooms are small but comfortable, and very well insulated for sound. Excellent bedding. The bathrooms are equally stunning, but the bathtubs are quite high off the floor and a little dangerous to exit Our TV had some minor technical problems, and was difficult to enjoy. Overall we were very pleased with our stay, the Prince de Galles is worthy of its name ! September 28, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Romantic stay in Prince de Galles Fantastic room (Suite Macassar) and very friendly staff that met all our expectations. Small let-down on the wellness facilities: no pool, no steamroom/sauna unless paid extra (90€ for 30 minutes), fitness has very nice equipment but totally lacks ambiance - does not make you want to stay and work out. 31€ extra for wifi is quite surprising with a 2,000€ room!... Still an amazing stay, but those small "surprises" could easily be avoided November 24, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent Hotel...would recommend to all I originally booked at another hotel in Paris & after first night didn't think it was worth the money i was paying. I pulled some listings from internet & walked around the area for a couple hours scouting a new hotel to stay at. When I was shown the room I could stay in at Prince de Galles, I moved the same day!! Staff was courteous, helpful & pleasant the whole visit. Food was outstanding, room was outstanding w a balcony overlooking Paris!! Make sure you check them out when looking for a place to stay in Paris. August 20, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Beautiful modern hotel This beautifully modernized Paris hotel reopened this Spring after a 2-1/2 year multi-million-dollar investment by its owners, completely reimagining a luxury hotel. We spent five days here in September. The hotel is brand spanking new with a modern elegance throughout. We used extra points to book an upgrade-level Art Deco room, because we wanted a balcony on the street out front (Georges V). There appear to be a number of larger rooms and suites on some floors, but this time we were not upgraded (although Platinum) above the level we booked. Be aware that most of the rooms open only onto a fairly small interior atrium--no balconies, just windows--and there is somewhat insipid music playing all day and evening on the patio below, which also serves as a bar and breakfast venue. Privacy seemed better on the street side as well. Our room, however, was great--not huge, but large enough. The small balcony had a table and two chairs from which to observe the street scene, yet closing the door made the room quiet. I have never been in a hotel room with better lighting. There was task lighting everywhere, much of it on rheostats. The modern switches were intuitive, the bathroom lighting was outstanding, and there was even a switch for soft night lights. Outlets for charging, etc., were generous. The room had adequate hanging space and storage (although a desk drawer was curiously missing). The very large bathroom had plenty of racks for towels (something that is often missing in European hotels), copious counter space, a nicely sized shower, and abundant towels, robes, and amenities. Even the WiFi was super fast (and free). Staff was for the most part very friendly and accommodating, especially the concierge staff (Mathieu and others) and Anne, our adorable server at breakfast. As with most expensive hotels, prices for food and services seemed steep even by Parisian standards, but the experience was a delightful one. We had an incredibly creative dinner at La Scene, the fine dining venue, with beautiful food and attentive service. Some might find the choices too limited; study the menu to decide for yourself. Taking the Platinum free continental breakfast saved us $100 a day. October 6, 2013
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