When we think about the hotels dining room we think about a place where we can have our meal, in peace, with beautiful pieces of furniture and gorgeous accessories that turns the room special.
However, stay in Paris while we spend time dining with family or friends is even better. Enjoying the hotel dining room in the city “of Love”, sometimes with the view of the Eiffel Tower through the window and all the night lights that the city has, turn the moment even more special and romantic.
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Because of that, I leave down below some examples of dining rooms from the Hotels in France to inspire you and who knows, to enjoy one day.
Park Hyatt Paris-Vendome
This restaurant has a Michelin-Starred and is inspired by Asiatic elements. The quietly-sophisticated interior has a tranquil aura with modern artwork, pillars, and colonnades on the public areas while classic furniture in tones of beige and dark brown fill the space. The color of the golden touches remembers the Asian royalty.
Hôtel Plaza Athénée
This hotel is close to fashionable streets like the Champs Elysees. The restaurant has a silver banquette, a wall cabinet of the chef’s culinary equipment and shimmering cristal-drop chandeliers. Some rooms at the top of the hotel have super views of the Eiffel tower.
Hôtel de Crillon
This historic building represents in totality the Parisian Style of the 18th century and some of the grandest rooms at the front of the hotel survive from this period. As you can see all the furniture represents the old fashion and all the colors, with the lights, gives a comfortable and special feel.
This hotel is just a few minutes from the Louvre. There are chandeliers and marble galore but also frosted mirrors in the entrance gall where guests can sign. All the interior design of the dining room has inspiration from Marie-Antoinette. And in here there has a rooftop terrace with 360º views.
Mandarin Oriental, Paris
This restaurant is full of elegance. The look throughout the hotel is cool and contemporary, served up with a slice of the Orient in the form of cherry wood paneling and fine silks. All design is with warm colors and wonderfully comfy furniture.
Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris
Palatial comfort, space, gastronomy, and the most remarkable flower displays in town sum up the sumptuous George V, situated in the Champs-Elysées golden triangle, with plenty of high-end fashion shopping in the vicinity. The hotel has three restaurants which hold Michelin stars.
This one is one of the bests in town being distinguished because of their excellent service. There is feminism in the style of the interior design of the hotel. Floral fabrics, vivid green and dark pink co-ordinating bedspreads and a classic mix of chandeliers regency-style furniture and neutrally-toned walls
When it was open, in 1989, this was the most innovative hotel in Paris; the first to have lifts, electricity and private bathrooms. Through the time, the modern hotel has preserved its period furniture and paintings à la Louis XV and kept some of the cult features like the divisive gold swan taps.
Shangri-La Hotel, Paris
This hotel is an escapade into a sybaritic vision of France past with its wedding-cake facade, grand stairway and a string of historic salons, which have been listed and painstakingly restored with hand-gilded paneling and neoclassical friezes. The best have large rooftop terraces with astonishing views of the Eiffel Tower.
Le Royal Monceau Raffles Paris
On the avenue between the Arc de Triomphe and Parc Monceau, grand Royal Monceau was reborn after a Philippe Starck makeover as a self-proclaimed luxury art hotel, complete with gallery, art concierge, concept store and cinema. Downstairs works particularly well, with an illuminated cocktail bar and courtyard garden.
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