A quintessentially Parisian luxury hotel
48 Rooms / 33 Suites
The red awnings of the fabled brassiere Fouquet's on the corner of avenue des Champs-Élysées and avenue George V are as much an iconic symbol of Paris as the massive LV logo gracing the flagship Louis Vuitton store across the street. Fouquet’s has been a staple on the Parisian dining scene dating back to 1899 and has long been known for its extensive list of glamorous diners. Hôtel Le Fouquet's Paris serves as a natural extension of the restaurant’s traditions. Opened in 2006, but the adjoining hotel has quickly become one of a handful ultra-luxury hotels in Paris, noted for its opulent-but-tasteful modern interiors, eco-friendly commitments and stellar service.
An overnight stay here just might be the most customized hotel experience in Paris. Guests in both rooms and suites are asked to choose their preferences on a two-page questionnaire prior to arrival. Almost every aspect of your stay is considered, including choice in bedding, mini-bar contents, newspapers, music and even the color of in-room flowers. Regardless of the level of room you book, a butler will be assigned to your room to address your every whim.
At 400 square feet, even the smallest rooms are large by Parisian standards. With shades of gold and black accents, rooms have a rich and somewhat masculine feel. Mahogany furnishings, offbeat bedside lamps, grand padded headboards, damask curtains and beige tone-on-tone floral carpet offer a modern take on classic design. The bathrooms are outfitted with black granite and feature both a large soaking tub and separate shower. Televisions are seamlessly embedded in the steam-proof mirrors and the remote controls that work them are waterproof.
With a history so deeply rooted in dining, it’s no surprise that Hôtel Le Fouquet's Paris offers several dining choices. There are five restaurants and three bars located in the Paris hotel. Classic French meals can be had at the legendary Fouquet’s, while a Mediterranean-influenced menu is found at La Petite Maison de Nicole, an offshoot of the famous restaurant in Nice. Le Café Fouquet’s terrace is an ideal location to watch the scene on the Champs-Élysées. Head chef Jean-Yves Leuranguer creates contemporary French gastronomy at the exquisite restaurant Le Diane. Snacks and light lunches are offered in Galerie Joy, while cocktails can be enjoyed in Le Lucien or le Bar Marta.
Located on the world-famous Champs-Élysées in the 8th arrondissement, the hotel is very close to the Arc de Triomphe and Jardin des Tuileries, a commercial street filled with tourists, shops and sidewalk cafes. The Paris hotel sits on the corner of the Champs-Élysées and faces avenue George V, where swanky designers such as Armani, Bulgari and Hermès have shops. The nearby avenue Montaigne is laden with the world’s top luxury brands lined up like dominos along this see-and-be-seen street. Beyond shopping, the luxury hotel is near Grand Palais, Petit Palais, Palais de Tokyo and Musée du Quai Branly.