Elegance reveals itself at the Hotel Prince de Galles. Built in 1928 during the Art Deco period, this hotel is a legendary place capturing the essence and mystery of Paris.A gold leaf chandelier and marble floors extend a stylish welcome in the majestic lobby.
Named to the Condé Nast Traveler 2004 and 2005 Gold Lists, the Hotel Prince de Galles flawlessly blend Parisian elegance with warm hospitality. Located in the heart of Paris on Avenue George V, it is the ideal place from which to explore the renowned boutiques of the “Golden Triangle” formed by the Avenue Champs Elysees, the Avenue George V and the Avenue Montaigne and also some of the most famous cultural landmarks including the Arc de Triomphe and the Eiffel Tower.
Host a meeting or special event at this prime Parisian location. The meeting rooms can accommodate up to 200 attendees for every type of event and the catering teams are trained to ensure all technical, practical and particular needs are met. Experience the refined and creative French cuisine signed Benoist Rambaud, amongst soaring ceilings and dramatic glass doors, which lead onto a magical patio and courtyard, at Restaurant Le Jardin des Cygnes. Try the English style “Regency Bar” and its business ambiance at lunch time or the adventurous cocktails in a harmonious decoration made of leather, wood and velvet in the evening hours. The 138 guest rooms and 30 suites offer indigenous French design and intimacy.
Muted tones of blue, white and yellow Toile de Jouy patterns typify the elegance and style of the hotel. Seduction, luxury and intimacy reign at Hotel Prince de Galles – a palace in the heart of Paris.
Hotel Prince Des Galles
33, Avenue George v