It wasn’t just the long-awaited reopening of the La Samaritaine department store that put this central Paris enclave on the favorites list. A few minutes away, what was once the Commodity Exchange has turned into the Bourse de Commerce, a museum dedicated to contemporary art where François Pinault’s private collection is on display. The illustrious Louvre Museum is another neighbor steeped in culture. For a taste of Parisian life, a stroll along the pedestrianized river lined with barges offers plenty of glimpses, while locals indulge in the art of aperitif. There is no better place to explore the right and left banks, from the Marais to Saint-Germain.
Staff formality is softened by genuine smiles from reception and restaurant staff, while service is Cheval Blanc’s signature the art of receiving (the art of receiving). Prepare for jokes.
Free bath products are large enough to fill, and water is served in glass bottles.
Accessibility for people with reduced mobility
The staff go out of their way to facilitate requests, from assistance around the hotel to arranging the hotel’s private drivers to get you to your destination.
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With nearly 600 artisans involved in the restoration and works by artists from around the world exhibited throughout the space, Cheval Blanc Paris feels like entering a living museum, where one can very comfortably spend the night.
Address of the hotel: Cheval Blanc, 8 Quai du Louvre, 75001 Paris, France
Phone number: +33 01 40 28 00 00
Price from: from € 1,150 per night including breakfast