A beautiful legend. The most charming of Palaces. Such is the Ritz Paris. Coco Chanel lived there until she died. Ernest Hemingway was a regular to the point of having the hotel bar named after him. The greatest names have at least once been there.



The Ritz now offers 71 rooms and 71 suites from 40 to 300 sqm. The most luxurious ones bear the names of illustrious guests such F. Scott Fitzgerald, Coco Chanel, Charlie Chaplin, Maria Callas, the Duke of Windsor, Ernest Hemingway, Marcel Proust, Colette, Jean Cocteau, Jean-Paul Sartre, as does the Proust Salon, the perfect place to indulge at tea time.


Salon Proust


Bar Hemingway


The renovation of the Palace has revived the spirit of French style luxury infused by César Ritz at its opening in 1898. The 18th Century and Empire Style signatures have remained intact and adorn walls laden with history.



Well being seekers will be delighted with the splendid Neoclassical 18 meter-long indoor pool; a for the Chanel spa, it houses 8 treatment rooms and signature treatments, one fitness room with a personal coach and a David Mallett hair salon.



The outside is noteworthy for the French style gardens and the terrasse Vendôme which turns into a winter garden thanks to its retractable roof.



At the helm of l’Espadon, a restaurant known by gourmets from across the world are Chef Nicolas Sale, pastry Chef François Perret and Estelle Touzet as Head Sommelier.


15 Place Vendôme 75001 Paris

01 43 16 30 30