It’s been 90 years that the elegant palace hotel has stood sentinel at 112, rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré in Paris, and to celebrate this feat, Le Bristol is pulling out all the stops. Starting with a Champagne-infused brunch on the Summer Solstice (Sunday, June 21), the hotel will be hosting five glamorous events that channel the Roaring Twenties (when Le Bristol was born). Next up: a festive, pre-Bastille Day soiree on Thursday, July 9, when the gardens will be transformed into a traditional Guingette, the country-style dance halls that used to line the banks of the Seine. On the agenda: straw boater hats, communal tables, and a live jazz orchestra for lots of merry-making.
On Thursday, September 10, Le Bristol invites guests to take a trip to the time of Prohibition, with a secret, speak-easy bar serving Side Cars. Sunday, September 20 will usher in a decidedly different style party: this one is all about yoga and relaxation. Last but not least: Michelin three-starred chef Eric Frechon will host a glam gala dinner in the hotel’s Salon Versailles on October 24. Reservations are required for all the events. See the official website for more information: www.lebristolparis.com