Prince de Galles, A Luxury Collection Hotel

Paris’ Art Deco grand dame
Open since 1928, Prince de Galles, A Luxury Collection Hotel has long been a bastion of Art Deco luxury on the elegant Avenue George V in the 8th arrondissement of Paris.

Renovated in 2013 and meticulously restored by master designer Pierre-Yves Rochon, the hotel showcases its Art Deco theme in the spacious reception area, lobby and throughout its eight floors.

French dining at its finest is available in the celebrated restaurant La Scène, while the hotel bar offers sophisticated cocktails and the airy courtyard has views of magnificently restored mosaics and towering palm trees.
Our Inspector's Highlights
  • Striking 1930s black-and-white Vogue photographs (more than 500 images) are hung on the walls of the corridors — they set a consistent Art Deco tone.
  • Adding to the retro vibe are the black marble floors, rich fabrics, deep ebony furnishings with pops of color and flash, as well as a magnificent painting from Tamara de Lempicka, a famous Art Deco artist.
  • Steps up from the fitness center entrance (complimentary for hotel guests) and past a few decorative statues is the private spa, dubbed the Wellness Suite, featuring a beautiful mosaic-tiled steam bath.
  • Explore the City of Lights in style with one of the exceptional experiences put together by the Paris hotel’s Les Clefs d’Or concierge team.
Things to Know
  • A 24-hour designer fitness center is available for those looking to grab a workout. A personal trainer is also available for 60-minute sessions upon request.
  • Opt for the gourmet breakfast at the counter at La Scene. Enjoy eggs cooked to perfection by the chef in the open kitchen along with hand-made French pastries, potatoes and candied tomatoes.
The Rooms
  • The Mosaic suites are so named because of the bathroom’s intricate designs of mosaic ceramic tiles sourced from the South of France.
  • Some suites also have a lovely terrace overlooking Avenue George V. Larger suites come with sofa beds, leather chairs and faux fireplaces.
  • The largest suite is fashioned as a Parisian apartment with a kitchen, an oversized terrace and a spectacular view of the Sacré-Coeur.
  • All rooms are equipped with Nespresso coffee machines, flat-screen TVs and Christian Lacroix bath amenities.
The Restaurants
  • La Scène, helmed by chef Stéphanie Le Quellec, is a lauded restaurant serving fine French fare in either a pre-fixe menu or a la carte.
  • But you won’t find white tables and unnecessary pomp here — this place takes a more relaxed stance on fine dining with an open kitchen where you can view the chef in action.
  • At the bar Les Heures, you can dine from an à la carte menu and order up meticulously made cocktails. It also converts into a lounge area for the weekend, DJ included.
  • Le Patio’s garden area gives you a chance to dine alfresco without being next to a busy street — the space is tucked away and made gorgeous by lush greenery and colorful mosaics.
Getting There
33 Avenue George V, 75008 Paris, France
CDG (28-40 min)   ORY  
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