Prince de Galles

Location: Paris | France

In the heart of trendy Paris, the legendary Prince de Galles hotel makes a superb base for exploring the cafes, theatres and shops of the Champs-Élysées. Combining sheer elegance and stylish Art Deco design, the hotel harks back to 1920s Paris, and guests are in for a gastronomic treat at the hotel’s Michelin-starred restaurant.
Perfect forFashionistas, couples and honeymooners seeking a chic Parisian stay with superb food.
In the knowThe Prince de Galles has hosted an impressive list of elite guests: in the early years Churchill, Laurel and Hardy and Marlene Dietrich all stayed here.

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Hotel Overview


With a central location within the 8th arrondissement, the Prince de Galles is moments from the Avenue de Champs-Élysées and a short walk from the iconic Arc de Triomphe.

Rooms at Prince de Galles

Suites are adorned with beautiful mosaics and ‘Saint-Laurent’ style marble, with some offering fabulous rooftop views from private terraces. Ornate fireplaces and ebony cabinets feature in the most prestigious suites, with the Appartement Parisien offering unparalleled views from a huge terrace on the top floor.

Food and facilities

The hotel’s Michelin-starred restaurant La Scène serves up outstanding French cuisine; sample the inventive recipes of executive chef Stéphanie Le Quellec, enjoy expert wine recommendations from the sommelier and don’t miss the Sunday brunch– everything from steak and seafood to fresh fruit smoothies are made to order. Head to the sophisticated Les Heures bar for bespoke cocktails accompanied by seasonal tapas, or snack on Mediterranean fare out on Le Patio’s bohemian decking.

Activities at Prince de Galles

Prince de Galles invites guests to relax in their luxurious wellness suite, where a where a range of spa treatments incorporate exclusive rituals to rebalance mind, body and spirit- or indulge in an in-room massage. Outside the hotel, the 8th arrondissement is centrally located for seeing the city’s big sights: hit the Champs-Élysées for luxury shopping, climb the Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe, and be sure to stop by one of the many pavement cafes for coffee and a croque monsieur.

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