The Best Hotel Restaurants in Paris
Collected by Afar Magazine
Parisian hotels weren't always known for their restaurants. This new crop of boutique hotels, with their locavore cuisine, killer brioche, and craft cocktails, is a welcome addition to the city.
1 Rue Geoffroy-Marie, 75009 Paris, France
The newest hotel hangout in the 9th arrondissement also features the most anticipated new restaurant project from David Lanher, the restaurateur behind Racines, Racines 2, Racines New York, Caffé Stern and Le Bon Saint-Pourçain. Chefs Paul Landre...
29 Rue Victor Massé, 75009 Paris, France
If La Régalade sounds familiar, it’s because the original restaurant touched off a veritable dining revolution called bistronomy when chef Yves Camdeborde first opened it in 1992 in the far reaches of the 14th arrondissement. Bruno Doucet, an...
18 Rue Bachaumont, 75002 Paris, France
It’s back to the bistro at the Bachaumont hotel restaurant with a menu of updated French classic dishes like steak tartare and quasi de veau imagined by chef Gregory Marchand of Frenchie. The dining room is equal parts glam and sophisticated...
Hôtel Particulier Montmartre, 23 Avenue Junot, 75018 Paris, France
Quite possibly the most private hotel in Paris (it’s set off the road, down a private alley, behind a black gate and then another, perched over the city in Montmartre), the Hôtel Particulier Montmartre has been a magnet for in-the-know locals and...
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