Paris' iconic Le Bristol hotel is just off a six-year restoration and is sporting a fully refurbished lobby and nineteen rooms and suites.
The renovation program involved refurbishment, extensions and many new features, like fully restored rooms and suites, one Michelin-starred brasserie114 Faubourg, three Michelin-starred Epicure, Parisian venue Le Bar du Bristol, and Spa Le Bristol by La Prairie.
Among the restored suites, two Signature suites have undergone drastic changes. The Panoramic Suite, used as a location for Woody Allen movie Midnight in Paris offers views over the Parisian rooftops and Le Bristol's recently renovated garden. Equipped with a kitchen, spacious lounge and dining room, it now has a large dressing room.
The Penthouse Suite was designed by Hippolyte Jammet, the founder of Le Bristol. The duplex sits on the seventh and eighth floors of the main wing.
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