Temples of elegance, the Parisian palaces are an invitation to luxury and dream.
Recently a trend moved to discover mythical or exclusive bars.
So it is entirely possible and relatively affordable to go there for a coffee or a glass of champagne! It is even one of the most enjoyable ways to enjoy Paris differently and travel to the heart of the capital.
Here are our top 5 (optional row, because Paris offers so many possibilities).
- 1) The most Parisian : The Laurent Café at Hotel d’Aubusson
- 33, rue Dauphine, 75006 Paris
- Odeon and Pont Neuf Metro
- Tel: 01 43 29 03 33
- Open daily
- Thursday to Saturday jazz evenings from 6:30pm to 8pm.
- tips : Go there in December, you can warm facing the imposing fireplace.
- 2) The most secret : Le Saint James at The Saint James Hotel.
- 4, avenue Bugeaud – 75016 Paris
- Subway: Victor Hugo and Porte Dauphine
- Tel: 01 44 05 81 81
- Open daily from 10am to 1pm
- Tips : You can borrow a book from the library while enjoying many different wiskhy.
- 3) The most British : Le 228 at Hotel Le Meurice
- 228, rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris
- Subway: Tuileries
- Tel: 01 44 58 10 09
- Open daily from 11:45 am to 1:30 am
- Tips : If you’re not fade with cokctails and you need comfort, the bar offers one of the best hot chocolate of Paris.
- 4) The most exotic: Le bar 8 at Le Mandarin Oriental Hotel
- 251, rue St Honoré, 75001 Paris
- Subway : Concorde
- Tel : 01 70 98 78 88
- Open daily from 11am to 2am (except Sunday and Monday, 12am).
- Tips : For lovers of Champagne, fifty champagne are served.
- We recommend you to go on balmy summer evenings to enjoy a flattered garden pond and a green wall which has many nooks to come sip his drink in peace.
- 5) The most minimalist : Bar l’Entracte at Hotel Montaigne
- 6, Avenue Montaigne, 75008 Paris
- Subway : Alma-Marceau
- Tel : 01 80 97 40 00
- Open daily from 12am to 11pm
- Tips : You’ll love to dive into the chairs, warming face the subtly mixing yellow and shiny black design. This place is also perfect for your business appointments or for making some shopping.
“Luxury means to live free of conventions and expectations.” – Anton Wolfgang Count Faber-Castell.