Bristol Paris, Paris: the Hotel you enter with respect

Bristol Paris, Paris: the Hotel you enter with respect
Bristol Paris, Paris: the Hotel you enter with respect
Bristol Paris, Paris: the Hotel you enter with respect
Bristol Paris, Paris: the Hotel you enter with respect
Bristol Paris, Paris: the Hotel you enter with respect
Bristol Paris, Paris: the Hotel you enter with respect

A hundred meters away from the Presidential Palace is situated the Hotel Bristol Paris, one of the most elegant, the largest and most beautiful architecturally designed hotels in Paris, in which for many reasons people enter with respect, the hotel which, since the time of its opening until today, has been the meeting place of the world's elite. It was built in the twenties of the last century by Hippolyte Jammet, the last great French hotelier, with whose death ends the time of the founders of large luxury hotels. His mission continued Rudolf Oetker and his wife by renovating and expanding the hotel, taking care not to disturb the basic idea of luxury and elitism. Furniture and details are mainly in the style of Louis XV, with its fantastic ornamentation and the relative severity of Louis XVI, with little influence of Regens, Directoire and Ampir styles. All of this together gives a new style: style of Bristol.