Perfectly situated at 19 Avenue Kléber, The Peninsula sits in the heart of Paris within walking distance of some of the world’s most famous monuments, museums and luxury shopping districts. The Peninsula houses 200 luxurious rooms, including 93 suites. Inspired by Haute Couture, the theme suites at The Peninsula Paris hotel – some of the French capital’s most spacious and the world’s most highly customised – are veritable showcases of French heritage and savoir-faire.
19 Avenue Kleber Paris 75116 France
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We ended up staying in this property one night because our original hotel the Shangri -La was shut down due to no water. Anyway, the suite we were given was so elegant, modern and the bed was comfortable, it was a perfect set up for my husband and I and our daughter. She slept in the living room which was across the hallway from us and we also had a half bathroom. The bed was so comfortable and with the blackout drapes we overslept and almost missed our first Tour. Their welcome was so attentive and the suite was already waiting with champagne, macaroons and and Eiffel tower made of chocolate because it was my birthday. Rached the Director ro rooms was super helpful and attentive. This property is very close to many important sites. The only reason why we didn't stay here for the rest of the trip is because we promised our daughter to go back to the other hotel since we had a suite with a view of the Eiffel tower. But If we comeback to Paris we will for sure stay in this property.
The quality of rooms, food, amenities, attentiveness, service and public areas of this hotel are second to none. On every occasion during our stay, the Peninsula did its very best to anticipate our needs and accommodate any additional requests we had. Even when we needed to make adjustments to plans, we have not once been disappointed. The location is also good, very close to L'Arc de Triomphe. I am very impressed with this hotel. I did a fair amount of research into all the famous "big name" hotels in Paris. I decided on the Peninsula on the strength of its reviews from the Tripadvisor community. Although this hotel is certainly well-known (but perhaps not one of the most famous) it is perhaps because it is a kind of secret that it also does not have any sense of pretension, or entitlement, and works harder, and in my opinion, is probably overall the best. Breakfasts are great. The Sunday Lunch buffet is clearly an institution and excellent. Every employee at the hotel is service-oriented and clearly has the single-minded wish to ensure their guests are looked after and made to feel at home. This was a family trip but previously on business trips I have been very fortunate to have stayed at many hotels in Paris from the extravagant (but tasteful luxury) of La Reserve to the noisy W Hotel. Without question, The Peninsula in Paris is my preferred choice and we will definitely be staying here again. We booked the Peninsula as a last-minute option with only two days notice and the team at the hotel made everything work. I am looking forward to the Peninsula opening in London (it is being built not far from Buckingham Palace) and hopeful they will also have their famous buffet there too! To everyone at the Peninsula in Paris, thank you from my family and me. We have loved our stay here thanks to your brilliant work.
We had just an amazing lunch. Food was as you can expect and the service at his best. Not to talk about the view. From the moment you enter in the hotel. You can see that all details have been thought.