Imagine the enchantment of exchanging vows in the heart of the most romantic city in the world. Paris, with its timeless beauty, offers a magical backdrop for couples embarking on their journey of love. From iconic landmarks to charming hidden gems, the city provides an array of exquisite venues and experiences to make your wedding day truly unforgettable. Paris is also home to the most beautiful hotels in the world, so let’s check our top 10 wedding venues in the City of Love.
The Shangri-La Hotel stands as a true masterpiece of elegance and refinement. The palace is located across the Seine and facing the Eiffel Tower. It reflects both Asian hospitality and French art de vivre and It boasts 2 restaurants and 1 of which has a Michelin star.
Hotel Plaza Athénée
Perfectly situated for fashion lovers in the heart of Avenue Montaigne, the Plaza Athénée is an exquisite testament to Parisian grandeur and timeless luxury. The hotel is a beacon of sophistication and charm with its iconic red awnings and beautifully preserved 18th-century façade. It houses the slick Dior spa and a well-equipped fitness center and is also home to Alain Ducasse, a Michelin-star chef.
As you step into the courtyard, a sense of tranquillity envelops you. The scent of blooming flowers mingles with the gentle whisper of a fountain, creating a serene oasis in the heart of the bustling city. The Hotel Particulier, with its timeless beauty, is a testament to the rich history and artistic heritage of Montmartre.
George V, Four Seasons Paris
In the heart of the prestigious Golden Triangle, the Hotel George V is a symbol of timeless elegance and unparalleled luxury. This palace hotel welcomes guests in an incredible lobby with its 18th-century tapestries, spectacular flower arrangements, fine art, and marble-and-gold finishes. The hotel restaurant, Le Cinq, is also the only restaurant with Michelin’s highest accolade of three stars.
Hotel de Crillon
Situated on the illustrious Place de la Concorde, the Hotel de Crillon is classified as a Historic Monument and is a bastion of refined luxury. This iconic hotel has been a symbol of Parisian elegance for centuries and claims that Marie-Antoinette was once, a regular at the mansion where she took piano lessons in the first-floor salon that now bears her name.
The Ritz Paris
Tucked away in the heart of Paris, in Place Vendôme, The Ritz hotel is elegant, quiet, full of old-world charm, and above all, simply gorgeous. The décor is not the sleek style of most luxury hotels but has more of an aristocratic country feel. It has played host to countless celebrities, and used to be home of Coco Chanel and Marcel Proust, visited by Kings, Queens, Princes and Princesses (Diana spent her last days here). The Ritz is irresistible for those wanting to stay in a historical fantasy set in Paris.
On Avenue Kléber, just steps away from the iconic Arc de Triomphe, The Peninsula Hotel reigns as a beacon of luxury and sophistication. It is located in a late 19th-century classic Haussmanian building, which first opened as one of Paris’s most luxurious “grands hotels” in 1908. Steeped in history, the property has been meticulously restored and discreetly modernised with the ultimate in 21st-century convenience.
Located on the Rue de Rivoli, Le Meurice is the epitome of Parisian luxury and timeless elegance. Overlooking the magnificent Tuileries Garden and steps away from the Louvre, Le Meurice is also renowned for its culinary excellence. With a Michelin-starred restaurant led by a celebrated chef, guests can indulge in a gastronomic journey that showcases the finest French cuisine.
Saint James Paris
Saint James Paris offers a stunning chateau atmosphere and an experience that feels like you are in your own little slice of Paris. Nestled in the heart of the chic 16th arrondissement, the interior spaces are adorned with elegant furnishings, ornate chandeliers, and exquisite artwork, creating an atmosphere that reflects both the grandeur of the past and the comforts of the present.
Mandarin Oriental Paris
Located in the vibrant shopping district of Rue Saint Honoré, the Mandarin Oriental Hotel gives an unparalleled experience of Parisian elegance. Listed as a historic building from the 1930s and equipped with a large landscaped interior garden, Mandarin Oriental, Paris combines Parisian elegance and the refinement of the Orient, where comfort is combined with modernity.