La Réserve Paris is a five-star hotel which opened in 2015, discretely located on an avenue off the Champs-Elysées. It was merely elected best hotel in the world by the readers of the prestigious Condé Nast Traveler magazine.
Luxurious, intimate with 26 suites and 14 rooms, La Réserve Paris is the quintessence of Parisian chic with its haussmannian spirit and its Parisian savoir-faire, which expresses itself both in the food and in the service.
The refinement is absolute, be it in the piano-bar, at any table of the two-star restaurant Le Gabriel, or at the spa with its indoor pool.
When La Réserve Paris describes itself as offering a kind of luxury which is not afraid of simplicity, a luxury that is neither appearances nor ostentation, I could not be more won over, as that is my exact definition of luxury.
It is, in my opinion, one of the most confidential, intimate five-star hotel in Paris, bringing together beauty, refinement, warmth, quality and humanity in order to offer a truly extraordinary experience. The decoration tastefully combines the talent of the illustrious Jacques Garcia with the owner Michel Reybier’s private collection, which makes it a unique and incredibly intimate place.
La Réserve Paris is a place outside of time, hence its timelessness.
Of note, the building once belonged to Pierre Cardin (it always comes back to style, doesn’t it?).