Paris, the city of light. Paris, the capital of luxury and a symbol of French art de vivre, a notion that dates back to the Renaissance. The great age of discovery marked the arrival in Europe of new products and new fruits and vegetables. French gastronomy was totally transformed, acquiring a renown which continues today. At the same time, France’s reputation in the fields of fabrics and clothing grew tremendously marking the beginning of a tradition which today is illustrated with brio during the fashion shows organized by the world’s most famous designers. And the Parisian quarter that best embodies these creative energies is the 8th arrondissement with its luxury boutiques, world famous night clubs like the Lido and the Crazy Horse as well as excellent museums such as the Grand and the Petit Palais. It is also the home of the famous Golden Triangle. Bordered by Avenue Montaigne, Avenue George V and the legendary Champs-Elysees, it’s an enclave of luxury with the greatest names in fashion, jewelry and artistic craftsmanship represented. The Triangle d’Or is the reflection of elegance and the atmosphere of luxury that has earned Paris its reputation.
It was during a holiday in the French capital that the celebrated Lord Astor fell in love with the city and decided to build a hotel on the rue d’Astorg in 1907. Its imposing and immediately recognizable façade reminds the visitor that Lord Astor was versed in literature, science and military tactics. In addition, and perhaps more importantly, he was the owner of the famous Waldorf-Astoria hotel in New York. The Parisian Astor is thus the mark of his genius and his insatiable curiosity unfortunately cut short by his death on the ill fated Titanic in 1912. Elegance, refinement, luxury and timelessness are undoubtedly the leitmotifs surrounding this historic landmark. The Regency style is dominant, subtly and artistically updated by decorator David Méchiche. Entering the Astor is means going back through the centuries and hearing the murmur of 19th century conversations while drinking your coffee. The fact that a hotel can turn back the clock with such panache while still possessing a youthful spirit is truly extraordinary. This impression is confirmed in the Astor’s 128 cozy, comfortable, elegant and hospitable rooms, each of which is a refuge, and an exotic “elsewhere”. Everything here is harmonious and timeless with a classic décor that is both warm and reassuring. The hotel’s bar with its British ambiance is an invitation to try one of the many creative, flambé cocktails which are the specialties of the house. It’s a space open to guests of the hotel as well as visitors who often use it as a meeting place. With its delicate charm and its romantic aura, the Astor appeals to lovers of the French capital for whom Paris remains the city of light and the dream of an eternal venue placed under the signs of love and art de vivre!
Four stars, Warm, Cozy, Regency style, Classic, Historic, Bar, Restaurant, Fitness center, Business center, Valet car service, Comfortable, Elegant, Parisian
All year round
From 150 €
Roissy - Charles de Gaulle Airport - CDG.
11 Rue d'Astorg - 75008 Paris
Varied, temperate and generally pleasant climate
Four types of climate : Ocean (in the west of the country), continental in the center and the east, Mediterranean in the southeast as well as a mountain climate
National identity card or valid passport
No vaccinations necessary
The euro (EUR)
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