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The city of light, the city of romance, and a city of immense beauty, Paris has always been a showcase for the most refined expressions of art, architecture and culture. The Seine meanders poetically through the city, and historic landmarks dot the landscape on either side, with bustling streets connecting them to each other. Some lead to calming gardens as old as the city itself, while others metamorphose into chic stretches peppered with fashion houses, high-end shopping, and gastronomic delights. Exploring Paris is a never-ending adventure, one that tiredness or jetlag should not prevent you from experiencing. Book a room at one of these Paris spa hotels to recharge over soothing massages and body treatments at some of the most picturesque settings in the world.


# 1

Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris

You couldn’t ask for a better base for a luxurious Paris getaway. Nestled amid designer boutiques and high-end shopping outlets in the George V area, Four Seasons also puts you minutes away from Champs-Élysees, Arc de Triomphe, and the Eiffel Tower. Step in through the elegant marble archways of this landmark Paris hotel, and find yourself in a palatial lobby brimming with exquisite floral displays and furnished with vintage Louis XV and Louis XVI pieces. The traditionally styled interiors can be found in the guest rooms as well, all of which are spacious and comfortable. Relax in your king-sized bed, watch Pars in all its splendor from your balcony, and indulge in cuisines ranging from French to Mediterranean to Japanese. Spend a couple of hours at the Pop Up Spa by Jeff Leatham, a sleek contemporary fixture on the hotel’s 4th floor. Serene hues, natural light and chic Parisian fittings characterize the spa, where you’ll find 4 treatment rooms, a hair and nail salon, a full-service fitness room, and a swimming pool, sauna, and hammam. Sample signature treatments ranging from an orange blossom scented ‘Walk Through Versailles’, to an anti-stress ‘George V Massage’. Other items on the spa menu include oil, aromatherapy, reflexology, lymphatic drainage and anti-cellulite massages, therapeutic treatments, a variety of facials by Sodashi, Carita and Swiss Perfection, and salon services ranging from scalp treatments, to hair styling, to waxing, manicures and pedicures. In-room treatments are also available.


# 2

The Peninsula Paris

Housed in an exquisite 19th century building a mere stroll away from the Arc de Triomphe, and just a mile away from the Eiffel Tower, the Peninsula gives you a ringside view of the City of Light. Whether it’s retail therapy, sightseeing, or bingeing on the local cuisine that defines your kind of holiday, this luxury hotel is well-placed to offer it all. Sprawling by Parisian standards, the Peninsula building presents itself as an impressive amalgam of neo-classical paneling, carefully restored murals, uncluttered expanses of marble flooring, and multiple terraces offering lovely city views. Calling the 200 rooms and suites here spacious would be an understatement, with some suites equating to an entire apartment by Paris standards. Returning to these plush and stylish quarters would serve as the perfect end to a day at the hotel spa. The Peninsula Spa has more real estate than any other spa in Paris. Its 1800-square-meter expanse reflects a fine blend of French and Eastern cultures, both in its visual quality and in the treatments that are offered here. There is a 20m indoor pool here, along with vitality pools, hammams, saunas, and experience showers. 6 private booths offer an array of signature treatments such as the Peninsula Sleep Ceremony, the stress relieving Ying Yang Vitality treatment, and the Sattva Vedic Aromatherapy Massage. There are numerous other facials, massages and body treatments on offer here, drawing from both Eastern and Western therapeutic practices. From body lift treatments, to skin oxygenation, to Himalayan salt scrubs, to deep-tissue, hot stone and Swedish massages, the spa menu will leave you spoilt for choice. Wrap the day up with a manicure, pedicure or hairstyling session at the salon.


# 3

Mandarin Oriental Paris

The Mandarin Oriental Paris has earned the status of a Paris landmark, occupying prime real estate on Rue Saint-Honoré, home to some of the most exclusive and coveted boutiques and fashion houses in the city. Besides haute couture, the hotel also places you minutes away from the Louvre, the Opera Garnier, and the Tuileries Garden. The Mandarin Oriental does a fabulous job of maintaining an aura of quiet sophistication, its reception area welcoming you with glimpses of a verdant courtyard, which is one of the highlights of the hotel. Rooms here are the kind that you never want to leave, finished in serene colors, furnished with comfortable oversized beds, and attached to spacious bathrooms with tubs, showers, and designer toiletries. They are perfectly complemented by the Mandarin Oriental’s spa, which is a tranquil haven imbued with soothing fragrances, dark finishes and mood lighting. Within it are 4 private treatment rooms with their own steam showers, 3 couple’s suites that also have their own vitality pools, an Oriental herbal steam room, a spa boutique, and a 14m lap pool. Enjoy bespoke rejuvenation treatments in consultation with your personal therapist, or choose from a range of signature treatments. The Oriental Harmony four hands massage is an experience you shouldn’t miss. So is the Digital Wellness Escape especially designed to relieve stresses developed in the eyes, neck, shoulders and hands by using digital devices. Mandarin Oriental Paris offers special stay packages built entirely around its luxurious spa experience.


# 4

Hotel Le Bristol

It may be difficult for a hotel to score full marks on location, services, and style, but as far as Paris hotels go, Le Bristol proudly vies for the crown. There are several reasons why guests at Le Bristol never look to try another hotel in Paris. Its location is unbeatable, right across the Elysée Palace and a few paces away from the city’s most celebrated fashion houses and art dealerships. Le Bristol is also part of the exclusive fleet of ‘Palace’ hotels in Paris, flaunting ornate architecture and striking interiors fashioned in an 18th century style. Expect to be wowed by flower arrangements, a quaint courtyard garden, and charming vintage touches such as classic room keys instead of standard-edition cards. Enjoy a restful sleep in your spacious and charmingly appointed guestroom or suite, and the meal of a lifetime at the famous Epicure restaurant. And let the beauty and wellbeing experts at the Spa Le Bristol pamper you while you admire views of the Eiffel Tower and Montmartre. This La Prairie spa is filled with sunlight and serenity, spills out onto an intimate garden, and includes 8 treatment rooms, one of which is a couple’s suite and another is styled like a Russian Baniya. Expect thoughtful touches like warmed bedding and heated towels, and a highly skilled team of therapists to take care of your specific needs. Body treatments including back exfoliation, salt scrubs, body wraps, and Japanese dry brushing, lifting and firming facials, caviar massages, compression and deep tissue massages, aromatherapy, and therapeutic Russian massages, are all part of the Spa Le Bristol menu. Remember to spend some time at the magnificent rooftop pool.


# 5

Hotel Barriere Le Fouquet's

A swank hotel with an enviable location off Champs Elysées, Hotel Barriere Le Fouquet’s is just a 2-minute walk away from numerous designer labels, as well as the Arc de Triomphe, and not much further from Place de la Concorde and Tuileries Garden. This brilliant modern take on legendary Parisian opulence greets you with sensual interiors, artwork, and state-of-the-art gadgetry in its sophisticated and spacious rooms and suites. The hotel is also home to the celebrated Fouquet’s Restaurant, and the luxurious, newly-renovated Spa Diane Barriere. This 750-square-foot spa is a treat for all the senses, flaunting suave, softly lit interiors which are divided into 8 treatment rooms, a hair salon, a heated indoor pool with a unique aqua circuit, a sauna, and separate steam rooms for men and women. The spa menu features eye brilliance treatments, body polishing and sculpting treatments, lymphatic drainage massages, prenatal massages, hands and feet massages, reflexology, osteopathy, and express facials and massages for time-strapped guests. A variety of manicures, pedicures and beauty treatments are also available, and you can consult your therapist for bespoke treatments tailored to your needs and preferences. A full-service gym flanks the spa.


# 6

Le Royal Monceau-Raffles Paris

This legendary hotel right by Champs Elysées and the Arc de Triomphe has recently undergone a Philip Starck makeover. It now has an ambiance that will delight every art lover. Rooms and suites here are stylish, quirky, and replete with artwork, photographs, chandeliers, and mirror-lined bathrooms. Multiple dining options await you, and the Long Bar hosts the who’s-who of Paris on a frequent basis. The hotel spa, My Blend by Clarins, takes the whole naughty-yet-nice ambience of Le Royal Monceau to new heights, offering a rather Alice-in-Wonderland vibe while maintaining a surreal theme of soothing whites and natural light. There is a 23m indoor pool at this sprawling spa, plus relaxation rooms with a sauna, Turkish bath and experience showers, and 7 treatment rooms including a VIP double room. Facials, massages and body treatments here are all tailored to the needs of individual guests, and even skincare products are crafted for your skin type by the in-house Beauty Coach.


# 7

Shangri-La Hotel Paris

Shangri-La gets you pretty close to Parisian paradise, with its verdant setting facing the Eiffel Tower, the river Seine flowing between the two. The character of this hotel is unmatched too. It occupied what was once the residence of Roland Bonaparte, and flaunts Louis XIV elements and a regal vibe both inside and out. Rooms have generous daubs of modern sophistication, though, and many open onto balconies or terraces with lovely views. The spa here is the icing on the cake, with its breathtakingly beautiful colonnaded pool, and its candle-lit treatment rooms with showers and hammams. The innovative facials, massages and top-to-toe treatments here use everything from traditional herbal ingredients, all the way to LED lights and ultrasound.


# 8

Le Cinq Codet

Le Cinq Codet puts a unique spin on Parisian luxury. It operates out of what was once a telephone exchange, and is now a sleek upscale affair on the 7th arrondissement. The rooms and public spaces here are serene, artistic, and sophisticated, and many of the quarters are duplexes. SUNDÃRI, the spa on the 3rd floor, follows the same airy, loft-like vibe that pervades the rest of Le Cinq Codet, and boasts of an outdoor Jacuzzi, a steam bath, and a double massage room. Relax over cups of herbal tea, while your therapists advise you on your ideal care program. Enjoy aromatherapy sessions, relaxing Thai massages, deep tissue massages, four handed massages, and a wide range of signature SUNDÃRI facials and body treatments with organic plant extracts. Waxing, epilation, manicures and pedicures, are also available here.


# 9

Hotel Le Six

This elegant 6th arrondissement hotel is well-connected to metro stations, and a short stroll away from the Luxembourg gardens. Accommodation here may not be as lavish as in many other Paris hotels on this list, but the spa on the property – Six & Spa by Decléor – more than makes up for it. This serene, warmly lit haven has interiors designed by Philippe Maidenberg, and includes 2 treatment rooms and a hammam which is free for Le Six guests. Book an appointment well in advance to make the most of the massages and treatments available here. You can also avail of salon services including manicures, pedicures, waxing, and hairdressing.


# 10

Hotel Keppler

A delightful establishment within walking distance of Champs Elysées and the Arc de Triomphe, Hotel Keppler offers you a crash course in Parisian chic. Rooms at this boutique hotel flaunt a range of monochrome color schemes and designer toiletries, and are well complemented by a dining room, bar, fitness center, and spa. The fitness center and spa are designed as one facility, with equipment for all kinds of workouts, a sauna and steam room to relax in, and a host of massages available for a nice dose of relaxation after a long day of sightseeing.


# 11

Hotel La Lanterne

With a coveted address in Paris’s fashionable Latin Quartier, Hotel La Lanterne has a number of sights – including the Notre Dame cathedral – within walking distance. Explore the City of Light on foot, and return to the luxurious spa facility at the hotel to ease your tiredness away. La Lanterne has an indoor swimming pool under a gorgeous vaulted ceiling, a hammam right by the pool for a relaxing steam bath, and a sensorial shower where light and essential oils will rejuvenate your senses and get you set for another day’s worth of adventure.


# 12

La Clef Tour Eiffel ex Citadines Suites Arc de Triomphe

Stay in the heart of Paris, with its historic center always a short walk away from your room. The stately stucco façade of La Clef Tour Eiffel encloses apartment-style suites with their own kitchens. Residents can unwind at the hotel’s stylish lobby lounge, or head to the fitness center which includes a full-equipped gym, an indoor pool area with soft lighting, seating and hot towels, and a relaxing Turkish steam bath.


# 13

Hotel Design Secret de Paris

Featuring stunning plays of light, color and design styles, Hotel Design Secret offers a unique and exclusive experience in the Trinité quartier, an area dotted with theatres, museums and galleries, and the Moulin Rouge. The vibrant rooms in this boutique hotel have been styled as tributes to Parisian landmarks, and their bathrooms have tubs or rainfall showers. It has a dedicated fitness and relaxation facility aptly named the Secret Garden, where you can enjoy everything from a relaxing massage to an invigorating workout, and follow it up with a steam bath or sauna session.


# 14

La Villa Maillot

This 16th arrondissement hotel has a nice suburban feel, set in a tree-lined neighborhood, and not too far from the Arc de Triomphe. The cheerful and comfortable rooms and suites of this hotel are its primary attractions, in addition to its wellbeing area. The spa at La Villa Maillot is a softly lit ‘cocoon’, within which are massage beds, a Turkish bath and sauna, and a relaxation area. On offer here are a range of soothing massages, and rejuvenating facials and skincare treatments using the Unique Elix Paris product line. Guests can also enjoy these massages and treatments in the privacy of their own rooms.


# 15

Le Mareuil

If relaxation and some quiet time are your priorities, choose Le Mareuil, a serene boutique hotel away from the touristy areas of Paris. The surrounding area is lined with cozy restaurants, parks, and local boutiques. Walk 5 minutes and you’ll reach Saint Martin’s Canal. Stay in one of the 35 serene rooms here, enjoy a healthy organic breakfast, work out at the gym, and let yourself be pampered at the Mareuil spa, which boasts of an oxygenating station and a hammam, and offers Swedish, Californian, Japanese and aromatherapy massages at any hour of the day or night. Facials, hairstyling, and treatments for hands and feet are also available here.


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