Le Bristol: The Movie Set for Woody Allen's "Midnight in Paris"

Le Bristol ParisBy every measure, Woody Allen’s latest film is a smashing success. After opening the Cannes Film Festival, “Midnight in Paris” has scored big at the box office, proving to be the best limited-release opening ever for the director. The film is utterly enamored with the City of Light, and you might find yourself dreaming of a jaunt to Paris after seeing the movie. Check out the set where several scenes were filmed when you book a stay at Le Bristol, the palace hotel that’s home to Eric Fréchon's Michelin three-starred restaurant. (Carla Bruni is a regular among the ladies-who-lunch set.)

The first French hotel to be officially granted ‘Palace’ status, the family-owned property has unrolled a “Midnight in Paris” package which includes luxurious accommodation for two, two Bristol bathrobes, American breakfast for two, dinner at the 114 Faubourg restaurant, and two movie tickets to see “Midnight in Paris.” Priced from 2,670 euros and available through June 30, 2011, subject to availability. Two night minimum required.

The hotel is also offering an alluring Family package in August that includes two connecting Deluxe Rooms (970 square feet), priced from 1280 euros, including complimentary Full American breakfast for 4 people & free meals for kids under 6 years old.

 

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