La Reserve Paris
With two fantastic addresses in the center of Paris, La Réserve Hotel and Apartments offers guests a host of beautiful rooms and suites, just a short walk from the acclaimed Champs-Élysées and the Eiffel Tower.
At a Glance
Just steps from the Champs-Élysées with fantastic views of the Grand Palais and the Eiffel Tower
Restaurant Le Gabriel has been awarded two Michelin stars for its contemporary French cuisine
Apartments at the Jardins du Trocadero are perfect for families, and range from one to four bedrooms
The Haussmann architecture of the buildings provides high ceilings and airy rooms, combined beautifully with contemporary touches in the furnishings
Private wine cellars in each suite provide guests with a huge selection of France's best Grand Cru wines
Timeless Parisian elegance meets modern sophistication at La Réserve Hotel and Apartments. This charming boutique hotel is located just steps from the Avenue des Champs-Élysées, the Arc du Triomphe and the Grand Palais, while the secluded apartments are adjacent to the Jardins du Trocadéro and just across the river from the Eiffel Tower. With just 40 rooms and suites La Réserve is warm and welcoming, a true home away from home, where the discreet service is unparalleled.
Both the hotel and the apartments are housed in Haussmann-style buildings typical of 19th century Paris, and the elegance of this period blends seamlessly with the contemporary touches in the décor. La Réserve Hotel has a range of rooms and suites furnished with velvet drapes, one-of-a-kind antiques and Carrara and Turquin blue marble bathrooms. Marble fireplaces are found throughout the hotel, and complement the rich fabrics that adorn the walls. In-room tablets are provided to control the lighting, temperature and television, meaning each guest's stay is personalized to their requirements.
La Réserve is home to a variety of dining options to suit every guest, including the Restaurant Le Gabriel, which has been awarded two Michelin stars for its contemporary French cuisine in the most elegant of settings. For a more informal, relaxed meal, Le Grand Salon provides a welcome atmosphere for lunch or a snack. The Bar at La Réserve has a huge wine collection, and guests can enjoy a drink either here or in the refined Library. The Spa provides a huge range of treatments, as well as a 16 meter pool and fitness area for guests' use.
The apartments at La Réserve are more urban and contemporary, with muted colors and modern furnishings throughout. These spacious apartments in the 16th arrondissement have been decorated by talented designer Rémi Tessier, and all offer services including a concierge and housekeeper, to ensure a luxurious and comfortable stay. In-home treatments such as massages can be arranged, and a professional chef can provide meals on request. La Réserve's apartments are perfect for couples or families looking for a private, secluded stay in Paris, while still benefiting from the convenience of the services provided.
La Réserve has 14 rooms and 26 suites, as well as 10 apartments. Rooms and suites are decorated with beautiful silks and vibrant fabrics, and all provide a tablet to control lighting, temperature and television. Suites all have private wine cellars, and a dedicated butler who can be called using the in-suite iPad. Hotel bathrooms are adorned with Carrara marble and feature a double basin and Italian shower. Apartments are modern and contemporary, with a range of sizes and facilities.
Deluxe Rooms are airy and spacious, measuring 40 sqm. With light hues and pastel colors, these rooms are bright and elegant with a view over the patio.
Prestige Rooms measure 45 sqm and have views of the patio. These rooms are refined and sophisticated, and bathrooms feature a bathtub in addition to the Italian shower.
Prestige Rooms can interconnect with Deluxe Junior Suites.
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Deluxe Junior Suites measure 50 sqm and feature a bedroom with a lounge area. The suites offer views of the patio or Rue du Cirque, and some have private balconies.
Deluxe Junior Suites can be interconnected with Prestige Rooms.
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With fantastic views across the Elysée gardens to the Grand Palais and the Eiffel Tower, the Prestige Junior Suite has it all. Antiques blend with contemporary art to create real Parisian style. The Prestige Junior Suite measures 52 sqm and has a bedroom with lounge area, and features a bathtub alongside the Italian shower.
The Prestige Junior Suite can be interconnected with the Presidential Suite
The Deluxe Suite has a bedroom with lounge area and dressing room, and measures 60 sqm. High ceilings and velvet sofas create an elegant and relaxing atmosphere, and the private bar is complete with a host of French wines. The balcony has views over Avenue Gabriel and its beautiful greenery in the summer season.
Prestige Suites range from 70 to 85 sqm, and are made up of a bedroom, large dressing room, and a separate lounge area including a dining table. Some suites have views of the Grand Palais and Eiffel Tower, while others look over the Rue du Cirque. The suites are spacious and elegant, and feature Napoleon III furniture.
With large windows and pastel hues the Ambassador Suite is bright and airy, with an area of 115 sqm. It has a large bedroom, dressing room and living room with dining table. The suite has a marble fireplace to sit by, and views across the Avenue Gabriel towards the Grand Palais.
Measuring 120 to 140 sqm, the Presidential Suite offers ample space and features a large dressing room and its own private bar and wine cellar. The view from the suite is like none other - the Grand Palais, Eiffel Tower and even the spires of Notre Dame can be spotted in the distance.
The Presidential Suite can be interconnected with the Prestige Junior Suite.
The Élysée Suite is a two-bedroom suite measuring 170 sqm. It has beautiful views of the Grand Palais, Alexandre III bridge and the Eiffel Tower, and features a grand piano in the center of the lounge. Each bedroom has its own dressing room, and there are two private bars, as well as a wine cellar with Grand Cru wines.
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The well-appointed Grand Palais Suite measures over 200 sqm, a size that is practically unheard of in Paris. The suite features two bedrooms each with a dressing room, two lounge areas, two private bars and a fantastic wine cellar. Antiques and Napoleon III furniture are reminiscent of the Belle Époque, and the suite offers views of the Eiffel Tower from both the balcony and the bathtub.
The apartments at La Réserve are spacious and comfortable, ranging from one-bedroom to four-bedroom apartments, measuring between 140 to 300 sqm.
Perfect for families, the apartments offer privacy and seclusion, but are still provided with services such as a housekeeper and concierge for the most comfortable stays possible.
Each apartment features a fully-equipped kitchen, living and dining areas, and a television in each bedroom. Some apartments offer views of the Eiffel Tower, and one three-bedroom apartment has its own private garden.
La Réserve has two restaurants - Restaurant Le Gabriel, with two Michelin stars, and Le Grand Salon. Le Gabriel offers a refined setting and a contemporary take on French classics, while Le Grand Salon is more relaxed and informal. Le Bar provides a huge wine collection, and drinks can also be enjoyed in the Library. La Réserve has a 16m pool, as well as a spa with three treatment rooms for a large variety of therapies, and a fitness area.
Each suite at La Réserve is serviced by a dedicated butler who is available 24 hours a day at the touch of a button on the in-suite iPad. Apartments have a housekeeper to prepare breakfast and ensure guests have a comfortable stay, and a professional chef is available to prepare meals and provide for special occasions.
Location & Directions
Located near the famous Champs-Élysées, La Réserve Paris is right in the heart of the city. Close at hand are landmarks such as the Arc de Triomphe and the Grand Palais. Several metro stops are nearby for public transport links.
La Réserve Apartments are located adjacent to the Jardins du Trocadero, with fantastic views across the Seine to the Eiffel Tower.
When to go
The best time to visit Paris is, of course, during the famous Paris spring between April and June, when the days are sunny but not too hot. The autumn and winter months are another good time to come when there are smaller crowds and snow is a rarity. But there really is no bad time to visit.