The Hotel of the Lord and Lady Bradford was built on Saint-Philippe du Roule street in 1884. Today it is a four-star hotel featuring 50 romantically charming bedrooms. Guests enter the hotel as if they were entering the prestigious home of a wealthy host. Pass through the two heavy glass doors, and you enter into a well-lit hallway leading straight to the front desk, and immediately, there is a feeling of luxury and comfort. We could stay for hours just relaxing in this charming hotel!
Passing through the hotel, you come across the breakfast hall, which offers a complimentary buffet from 1pm to 2am (grab a glass of juice, some tea or a piece of pie on your way!) Then there is an impressive iron stairwell and elevator dating back to the hotel's era, which mark the hotel’s signature look. Finally there are two lobby areas, one of them featuring an “honesty bar" – a bar where clients serve themselves, taking note of what they’ve consumed.
Upstairs, the bedrooms are tidy and spacious. The ornate decor and molding come together with modern furnishings (cozy beds, minibars and connected speakers for smartphones,) which creates a nice dialogue between the old and the new. Ask for a room with a balcony, which will be large and comfortable (especially Room 57, the prettiest one!)
10 Rue Saint-Philippe du Roule
75008 Paris 8
à partir de: 220 €