We believe that a luxury hotel should make every corner and every instant beautiful, but should never lose touch with its guests’ needs. So we have combined a sophisticated decor with luxuriant drapes, wood panelling and period furniture with a personal service and friendly welcome. We want you to feel at home and have an exceptional stay.
You can take breakfast either in the breakfast room or in your own room, from 7 am to midday. Our generous Continental and American-style buffet breakfast consists of scrambled eggs, omelettes, smoked salmon, a variety of cold cuts and cheese, salads, pastries, coffee and tea.
Our meeting room can host up to 12 people and benefits from daylight and an elegant decor. We can host meetings, breakfasts, study days or appointments.
Our wood-panelled bar invites you to linger over a glass of something exquisite in a pleasant, soft ambiance. We have created a special space for relaxation next to it, an elegant lounge with a library and comfortable chairs, where you can drink with friends or enjoy room service refreshments. Cosy and classy, this is your living room away from home.
Hotel Claridge is located in Paris’s 8th district, just 300 metres from the famous Champs-Élysées. It provides 4-star accommodation and free Wi-Fi.
Hotel Claridge rooms are decorated with period furniture, traditional woodwork, and bedspreads and fabric wall covering that match the curtains. Each air-conditioned room is equipped with a flat-screen TV and private bathroom. Some rooms have a balcony.
Claridge Paris has implemented a number of measures to reduce its impact on the environment including use of low-energy light bulbs, bathroom amenities in recyclable packaging and water flow reducers.
The hotel serves a buffet breakfast in the breakfast room and a continental breakfast can be delivered to your room at an extra cost. Claridge’s bar serves a variety of drinks and snack room service is also available. Guests have access to many restaurants near the hotel.
Hotel Claridge Paris is a 5-minute walk from the Franklin D. Roosevelt Metro (lines 1 and 9) and the Seine River.