- When it comes to romantic hotels in Paris, look no further than Le Royal Monceau – Raffles Paris. The five-star ultra-luxe hotel features an art-deco décor exterior, including red lanterns and red glass marquise that evoke a sultry romance. In the lounge, there are plenty of secluded corners, along with the illuminated Long Ba, perfect for enjoying a drink with your loved one. The guest rooms and suites are chic and metropolitan, offering a tranquil haven for couples, and boasting custom-made bed linens and goose-down bedding. The naturally lit rooms bring together an eclectic mix of furniture and accessories, among which are the lamps and tables, along with the carefully selected artwork.
- If you want to treat your loved one to a romantic trip to Paris, consider staying at Maison Souquet. The luxury boutique hotel provides époque style and welcomes guests with two complimentary rose cocktails upon arrival. The five-star hotel’s décor exudes elegance, sensuality, and the exotic, as guests will find pleasure in the artwork, furniture, and les causeuses (or lovers’ seats). The unique rooms and suites provide a lavish love nest where you can make the most of the butler service or luxuriate together in the bathtubs with Hermès products and perfume. Guests can even request private access to the onsite spa.
- For a romantic hideaway in the city, stay at Hôtel des Grands Boulevards. The four-star hotel in Paris dates to the 18th century and is adjoined to a secret garden, perfect for stolen romantic moments. This boutique hotel features individually styled rooms that evoke the romanticism and aristocracy of a bygone era. Rooms will act as a sumptuous escape for you as you unwind on the four-post or canopy bed and gaze up at exposed wood ceiling beams. When you both want to emerge from your room, you can enjoy French-Italian cuisine at the upmarket restaurant or take a cocktail up to the rooftop terrace together.