8 Most Expensive Hotels in Paris: €1,813 to €10,000/Night

Are you looking for information on luxury hotels in Paris? Whether you’re planning a special trip or just curious, discover with me the most expensive hotels in Paris.


Plaza Athénée*****

25, avenue Montaigne, 75008 Paris

💰 Price range: between €2,610 for a double room and €8,220 for the 110m² (1,184 sq ft) Presidential Suite!

Suite Plaza Athénée
The Deluxe Suite, a marvel of luxury.

The Plaza Athénée is one of the most famous luxury hotels in Paris, built in 1909 and opened in 1913 on Avenue Montaigne.

Over the decades it has played host to Nazi dignitaries, American soldiers and film stars such as Marlene Dietrich and Jean Gabin.

After a few years’ closure for modernization, it reopened in 1936.

The hotel, designed by the same architect as the Claridge, another 4-star hotel near the Champs-Élysées, offers exceptional facilities: an ice rink in winter, a Dior treatment institute founded in 2008, and a cocktail bar.

And for meals, there is a choice of five different restaurants, including a Michelin-starred one overseen by Jean Imbert!

plaza athénée restaurant
The Salon Organza, a lounge with a classic, refined decor.

The hotel’s rooms overlook the chic Avenue Montaigne, famous for its luxury boutiques such as Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Givenchy, Prada and Ralph Lauren, or the inner courtyard adorned with red geraniums.

In winter, this courtyard hosts an ice rink, while in summer, it becomes an outdoor restaurant. All the hotel room awnings are red, one of the establishment’s distinctive features.

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plaza athénée suite
Suite Deluxe Vue Montaigne, where you can admire the famous avenue while enjoying unrivaled comfort.


Four Seasons Hôtel George V*****

31, avenue George V, 75008 Paris

💰 Price range: Average of €2,230 a night for a twin room and €10,000 for a 110m² (1,184 sq ft) duplex suite with city views.

George V room
The Premier Suite King at the Four Seasons Paris offers refined luxury with a breathtaking view of the city.

Close to the Plaza Athénée, the Four Seasons is located in the prestigious Champs-Élysées district.

This renowned hotel offers gourmet restaurants, Le Cinq, Le George and L’Orangerie, as well as a spa to recharge your batteries.

In addition to the spa, the hotel boasts a pool and a hot tub.

George V yard
The L’Orangerie restaurant at the Four Seasons Paris offers an exceptional culinary experience in an elegant and luminous setting.

A unique aspect of the Four Seasons is its numerous reproductions of famous artworks, including paintings by Poussin and Flemish tapestries (some originals), providing a delightful spectacle and enriching art knowledge.

The hotel has 244 rooms.

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george V swimming pool
The spa at the Four Seasons Hôtel Georges V, a place of well-being and relaxation.


Mandarin Oriental Paris*****

251, rue Saint-Honoré, 75001 Paris

💰 Price range: for one night with two guests, an average price of €1,930 for the luxury room, up to €3,894 for the panoramic room. As its name suggests, you will have the opportunity to admire both the indoor garden and a Parisian monument from this room.

Mandarin Oriental Spa
Come and enjoy a moment of relaxation during a massage session

Opened in 2011, the Mandarin Oriental is housed in an elegant 1930s building, formerly the headquarters of government offices.

Less than 300 meters from Concorde station and 500 meters from Tuileries station, it is ideally located for exploring Paris.

This luxury hotel features a spacious 900 m² (9,687 sq ft.) spa.

The rooms, decorated in an Art Deco style with Asian influences, evoke Parisian refinement.

The Suite Royale Orientale features a large dragon, adding a unique touch to this prestigious establishment.

mandarin oriental room
The Mandarin Room at the Mandarin Oriental Paris combines contemporary elegance with refined comfort.

Most of the rooms at the Mandarin Oriental are decorated in white and gold, reflecting the elegance and refined comfort of the hotel.

The Mandarin offers several culinary options:

  • Sur Mesure by Thierry Marx: for a molecular gastronomy experience.
  • Le Camélia: for a typical French meal in the garden.
  • Le Bar: for intimate evenings and refined drinks.
  • The Cake Shop: for delicious pastries.

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Mandarin Oriental Restaurant
The Camélia restaurant at the Mandarin Oriental Paris. A refined cuisine in a chic and relaxed setting.


Hôtel Barrière Le Fouquet’s*****

46, avenue George V, 75008 Paris

💰 Price range: for a night, an average price of €1,813 for two persons in a Superior Room to €3,981 for a Deluxe Suite

le fouquets
The lounge of the Champs-Élysées Signature Suite offers incomparable luxury with spectacular views of the famous avenue.

Fouquet’s is best known for its restaurant on the Champs-Élysées, where the elite of French cinema gather every year after the César awards ceremony.

But it’s not just the brasserie that attracts the big stars. As far back as the 1930s, celebrities such as Dietrich, Gabin, and later Delon, Belmondo and Almodovar flocked here.

A place of legend, the restaurant boasts Harcourt portraits of the most famous actors and directors of recent decades.

Fouquet's restaurant
The Suite Paris lounge, pure elegance.

The Diane Barrière spa includes a pool, separate hammams, treatment rooms, and a sauna.

For dining, there are two restaurants: the Fouquet’s brasserie and Le Joy restaurant, with the former being classified as a historical monument since 1990.

Three bars are also available: L’Escadrille, Le Joy, and Le Marta Paris.

The hotel has 81 rooms.

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Fouquet's room
The Deluxe Room combines Parisian elegance with modern comfort.


Shangri La*****

10, avenue d’Iéna, 75116 Paris

💰 Price range: an average price of €2,545 for a night in a double bedroom, to €3,555 for a night in the Deluxe Suite.

Shangri la room
The Eiffel Experience room, with a view of the Iron Lady.

This superb hotel was once the home of Roland Bonaparte, Napoleon’s grand-nephew.

The decor is very regal, with pastel shades of blue and white, gold and silver chandeliers, elegant furniture and wooden tables and sideboards.

The spacious rooms, the largest suite measuring almost 300 square meters, are the perfect setting for a wedding anniversary or honeymoon.

view from shangri la
View of the Eiffel Tower from the suite, a unique experience.

Some rooms feature stunning views of the Eiffel Tower, the jewel of Paris, averaging €3910 per night.

The hotel offers three restaurants and a bar.

The Botanist Bar, with its Empire decor, and the Shang Palace, offering French or Asian cuisine, are highlights of the establishment.

Restaurant Shangri La
The restaurant of the Shangri La

Finally, you can take advantage of the hotel’s three restaurants and bar.

The Bar Botaniste, with its Empire decor, will charm you.

The Shang Palace offers French or Asian cuisine, depending on your preferences.

The hotel has 65 rooms and 36 suites.

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Shangri la bar
The Botanist Bar at the Shangri-La Hotel welcomes you in an elegant setting inspired by the imperial era.


Park Hyatt Paris Vendôme*****

5, rue de la Paix, 75002 Paris

💰 Price range:  Average of €2,180 per night for a room with a double bed and €2,645 for a 50m² Deluxe Park Suite.

park hyatt room
The Park Suite King, a luxurious yet sober decor.

The Park Hyatt, just 100 meters from Place Vendôme, is located in the Opéra district, renowned for its luxury boutiques and Japanese restaurants.

Designed by American architect Ed Tuttle, the hotel offers a unique cultural experience with exhibitions by contemporary artists.

The elegantly decorated rooms offer refined comfort with their leather armchairs, imposing lamps and modern decor.

park hyatt yard
La Terrasse du Park offers a haven of peace in the heart of Paris.

For dining, there are two restaurant options: Pur’, a Michelin-starred gourmet restaurant, and Café Jeanne, offering modern French dishes.

This five-star hotel also offers a range of comprehensive services including laundry, ironing, shoe shining, and babysitting.

The Park Hyatt has 153 rooms.

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Prince de Galles, a Luxury Collection Hotel*****

33, avenue George V, 75008 Paris

💰 Price range: On average, €1,487 per night for Deluxe rooms. Suites start at €1,948 per night.

prince de galles room
The Art Deco Deluxe Room at the Hôtel Prince de Galles in Paris combines elegant style and modern comfort starting from €1,371.

The Art Deco Deluxe Room at the Hotel Prince de Galles in Paris combines elegant style and modern comfort, starting at €1,371.

Located on the Champs-Élysées, this five-star hotel, inaugurated in 1928, celebrates Art Deco, a symbol of the Roaring Twenties and the interwar period.

The rooms, with their refined style, offer comfort in simplicity and tranquillity. The dark tones of the woodwork and the cream, violet and red of the bedrooms and lounges create a warm atmosphere.

Le Prince de Galles also offers a gourmet Japanese meal with Akira Back.

prince de galles
The hotel lobby is a great way to get into the mood.

The 19.20 bar, with its gray sofas, combines Art Deco and contemporary decor for a relaxing space.

The Patio offers a refreshing and floral brunch on Sundays, starting at €130 per person, from noon to 3 PM (prices may vary).

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prince de galles lounge
The Suite Lalique by Patrick Hellmann, one of the hotel’s most prestigious suites, 180m² (1,937 sq ft) for €18,000 per night.


8) Meurice*****

228, rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris

💰 Price range: between €2,080 per night for double rooms and €4,245 for a Deluxe Suite.

meurice room
Suite Penthouse Belle Étoile, one of the hotel’s sublime suites.

Located between the Obelisk of the Concorde, the Louvre Museum, and Place Vendôme, this luxury hotel is found under the arcades of Rue de Rivoli.

Originally, Le Meurice was an 18th-century inn founded on Rue Saint-Honoré to welcome English tourists.

In the 19th century, the hotel moved to its current location, becoming a haunt for aristocrats, writers, royalty, and celebrities of the time. Today, it attracts politicians and show-business stars.

The rooms, in Louis XVI style, offer a royal ambiance worthy of any luxury hotel.

meurice restaurant
The hotel lounge, where various events such as weddings are held.

The dining room, named after the poetic painter Dali, has been redesigned by the famous designer Philippe Starck.

As for the cuisine in the gourmet restaurant, it is the work of Michelin-starred chef Alain Ducasse, known for his culinary talents at the Plaza Athénée, one of Paris’s most prestigious luxury hotels.

With such credentials, quality is guaranteed!

Le Meurice has 160 rooms.

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meurice lounge
The Executive Suite with views of the Tuileries for “only” €4,770.


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