A timeless getaway
A favourite destination among the famous and powerful, the Ritz Paris has faithfully restored the signature decors of celebrated guests in its Prestige Suites. Marcel Proust, Frédéric Chopin, Coco Chanel and the Duke and Duchess of Windsor all opted for furnishings that reflected their personality, a décor of absolute sophistication and the tranquillity of a sweeping view over the place Vendôme.
With their sleek décor, the Superior Rooms embody the timeless elegance of the Ritz Paris. These spacious quarters give onto the calm of the rue Cambon or the Terrasse Vendôme and offer all the comfort of the French art de vivre.
The Executive Rooms invite you to immerse yourself in the Ritz Paris world. Spacious and discreet, they capture an intensely Parisian spirit. Their refinement and serene view over the French garden offer incomparable cachet.
The Deluxe Rooms are an ode to French refinement. Each is different, featuring beautiful proportions and a unique décor with silken colours and unique artwork. Large marble bathrooms offer luxurious amenities.
Grand Deluxe Room
The Ritz Paris embodies French luxury and its Grand Deluxe Rooms are precious showcases for its lifestyle. Vast and richly decorated in neoclassical style, these rooms are done in a colour scheme that blends high decorative tradition with state-of-the-art technology.
Deluxe Junior Suite
Elegantly appointed yet intimate, the Deluxe Junior Suites illustrate the extreme refinement for which the Ritz Paris is renowned. Done in the pure French tradition, this luxurious décor includes a true salon and work space as well as a king-sized bed.
Decorated with woodwork and classic artwork, the Executive Suites are unique accommodations that make the Ritz Paris a reference in art de vivre. Spacious bedrooms and separate salons make these suites a perfect illustration of grand French style. The Executive Suite is equipped with two bathrooms, one featuring a bathtub.
Vast and luminous, the Deluxe Suites represent the quintessence of French luxury. Conceived to rival the most elegant private Parisian mansions, the décor is of rare sophistication and each room enjoys a separate entrance. Particular care has gone into the design of large dressing rooms and bathrooms in Carrara marble.
A favourite destination among the famous and powerful, the Ritz Paris has faithfully restored the signature décors of celebrated guests in its Prestige Suites. Marcel Proust, Frédéric Chopin, Coco Chanel and the Duke and Duchess of Windsor all chose furnishings that reflected their personality, a décor of absolute sophistication with the tranquillity of a sweeping view over the place Vendôme.
About Ritz Paris
Close your eyes and imagine an island of serenity in the very heart of Paris, revealing on every side of it the city’s loveliest gardens and monuments. Open them and you are at the Ritz. When Cesar Ritz encountered one of the loveliest squares in Paris, the result that emerged in 1898 was a luxury hotel like no other in the world. Ritz the visionary succeeded in creating an ideal haven, a synonym for elegance and perfection that was to win the hearts of all who stayed there. At the crossroads of historic Paris, the Ritz is also right at the heart of a vibrant capital city. Here you will find celebrities from the worlds of music and cinema, fashion designers and businessmen. To step through the revolving doors of the Ritz Paris is to step into a legend rich in encounters, laughter, emotions and luxury. Whether you are at the Ritz for a few hours, a day or a month, the 159 rooms and suites are the settings for a once-in-a-lifetime opulent hotel experience.
Restored to is former 19th Century Glory
The iconic Paris grande dame has been restored to its former Belle Époque glory after a resplendent interior renovation by acclaimed architect, Thierry W. Despont. The grande hotel is reborn and invites you to experience anew the City of Light. Now freshly restored, its grand décor and intimate salons welcome guests to rediscover a unique atmosphere and the inimitable French art de vivre.