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  • Writer's pictureJessie Ladipo

Sexiest Honeymoon Hotel in Paris

It's easy to understand why Paris is considered the most romantic city on Earth. It comes with lovely streets, iconic landmarks, historic palaces, world-renown museums, stunning parks, and world-class restaurants. Paris is an essential destination that tickles all the senses; it is the perfect spot to spend your first days of married life. Paris is the kind of city where you feel like a local without trying. It's all about exploration: wander the cobblestoned streets without a plan, and you will stumble on lively markets, relaxed cafés, and centuries-old sites. Paris is one of my top honeymoon sites year after year, and it is home to hundreds of hotels. I have curated a list of the sexiest honeymoon hotels in the city.

Designed to feel like a private home, Esprit Saint Germain lies on the Left Bank in the city's heart. Behind its 18th-century facade, this metropolitan hideaway radiates a refined yet unpretentious ambiance. It is what you imagine a French hotel would look like – intimate and warm and stunning, with genuine loving care put into each of its rooms and lounges. On arrival, you'll be greeted as a friend and feel at home with personalized service. Be sure to stop by the living room – a complimentary drink by the fireplace is always available.

The historic Shangri-La Hotel was once the home of royalty. This modern palace is one of France's finest hotels, and it offers some of the city's best views. Choose a suite, and you will breakfast on your private balcony while taking in breathtaking views of the Eiffel Tower. Shangri-La has two gourmet restaurants that offer unique dishes. Visit La Bauhinia for a casual menu, or dine on Cantonese food at Shang Palace.

Cheval Blanc Paris

Bringing a modern edge to a famous art deco building, Cheval Blanc is an exciting new hotel opening this year, sitting on the Seine, near the Louvre and Notre-Dame. The hotel captures the borough's spirit – and the panoramic floor-to-ceiling windows offer stunning views of the river. Gracious service and thoughtful amenities await each guest. Four restaurants will include a fine-dining, a pastry shop, and an all-day dining venue.

Since opening in 1913, Plaza Athenee celebrities have chosen it to experience Paris's energy in luxury. Ideally settled a few steps from the Arc de Triomphe and the Eiffel Tower, the hotel features suites with the Avenue Montaigne's views or looking out on La Cour Jardin. The hotel offers two distinct decor styles, with Louis XVI and Regency style on the first six floors and art deco on the top floors. Each of the five restaurants and the bar provides an unusual atmosphere, and Chef Alain Ducasse oversees each.

Mandarin Oriental is a triumph of Paris today and tomorrow, inspired by Parisian fashion and creativity. This genuinely Parisian, five-star hotel is an oasis of tranquility and a chrysalis of luxury. The chic suites offer a stylish experience. Mandarin Oriental's best-kept secret is its inner garden, a sanctuary, and a peaceful culinary haven. Chef Thierry Marx oversees all dining, which includes the two-Michelin-starred Sur Mesure. The Spa at Mandarin Oriental offers unparalleled wellness and relaxation experiences.

Relax in the Four Seasons Hotel George V's stellar suites; it was named Virtuoso's Hotel of the Year in 2019 for its timeless style and impeccable service. The luxurious Parisian apartments include stunning views from numerous terraces. Experience the exquisite food of the three-Michelin-starred restaurant Le Cinq or the one-Michelin-starred eateries L'Orangerie and Le George. Do not miss the brand-new spa, which offers bespoke treatments, haute couture therapies, and outstanding fitness facilities.

Lying between Place Vendome and Palais Garnier in the heart of the city, Park Hyatt Paris-Vendome skips the intimidating rules expected of five-star establishments to welcome and encourage guests and locals alike to step into the Parisian lifestyle. The hotel's vision is to turn each room into a private pied-a-terre. It's perfect for couples that want to escape the city while still being in the city.

Mere steps from the Champs-Elysees and Arc de Triomphe, Le Royal Monceau exudes Parisian elegance. With a screening room, a private art gallery, and a dedicated Art Concierge, this palace is ideal for culture lovers. Relax in one of the luxurious suites or at the modern spa. My Blend by Clarins possesses a 75-foot-long pool. Enjoy the stylish restaurants and fabulous brunches and buffet breakfasts.

The Prince de Galles is a legendary gem of the Parisian art deco movement. Since it opened in 1929, the hotel is a transcendent symbol of sophistication and grace. The hotel benefits from a superior location in the Parisian Golden Triangle near the Champs-Elysees. Its suites provide a private ambiance for Paris' most discerning travelers.

Le Bristol Paris symbolizes French style and art de Vivre possessing 190 wholly refurbished rooms and suites in Paris's heart. It is an extraordinary setting best known for its excellent dining tradition, and the hotel has 4 Michelin stars within Epicure and 114 Faubourg. A lush, 13,000 square foot courtyard garden, an iconic rooftop swimming pool, and Le Bar du Bristol all offer stolen moments of joy throughout the day.

Every minute of every day, the InterContinental takes pride in keeping its promise; it has vowed to be grand in every sense of the word. The hotel embraces its outstanding historic monument in Paris's heart, opposite the Opera House, and continually enriches its beauty and comfort. The InterContinental aims to create the choicest gastronomic experiences imaginable. And above all, it attempts to give guests joy and help guests create enduring memories.

Set in the heart of Right Bank steps from the Louvre, Grand Hotel du Palais Royal has the only rooms in the city that into the Palais-Royal gardens. The hotel nods to its leafy next-door-neighbor with arrays of fresh flowers and an exotic pine tree in the lobby. Great art books invite you to take a comfy seat and linger, and there's a hammam in the wellness area.

Whether you want to stroll hand-in-hand along the Seine, breakfast in an adorable cafe, shop on Avenue Montaigne or have a picnic lunch at the foot of the Eiffel Tower, Paris has something for every couple. These are the sexiest honeymoon hotels in Paris.

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