The 8 Best Family Friendly Hotels in Paris

Choosing the right family friendly hotel in Paris can be a tricky task. With so many great choices it can be difficult to decide which one is the best fit for your family.


Whether you are looking for a romantic hotel in Paris, a chic boutique hotel or something more upscale, we have rounded up our top picks to help you find the perfect family hotel in Paris.

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1.Hôtel Madame Rêve

Located within a historic Haussmannian building that served as the city’s first and only 24-hour post office, the Hôtel Madame Rêve is a new hotel for a new kind of Paris. Founded by French entrepreneur Laurent Taieb, the hotel is inspired by the building’s past and current inhabitants – it pays tribute to the former post office with bespoke carpets woven with stamp and telegram motifs and a collection of 800 pieces of mail art bought from a private collector hung throughout the rooms.

It’s a smart, stylish spot with 82 rooms and two restaurants, including a rooftop terrace with romantic city views. It’s also an ideal base for a trip to the Louvre, new Pinault Collection in the Samaritaine premium shopping center or the colonnaded Palais-Royale.

The hotel’s wellness floor is more like a private home, with two treatment rooms and a sauna for top-notch pumellings (although the caramel leather furniture is more Mad Men than Haussmann Paris). 400 solar panels provide half of the hot water on the roof, and there’s a high-tech thermal and acoustic insulation system.

2.La Réserve Paris

Built in 1854 as a townhouse for Napoleon III’s half-brother, this Paris hotel is one of the city’s most charming and refined boutique hideaways. Designed by Michel Reybier, this bijoux Haussmanian hotel is set down a leafy boulevard and lined with century-old trees.

Once inside, the ambience is like entering a 19th-century private mansion. A library, smoking lounge and pool are all exclusive to hotel guests.

It’s a calm and discreet atmosphere, with service that doesn’t feel stuffy at all. The staff are there just when you need them, giving you a warm welcome without imposing on you or making you feel rushed.

The rooms themselves are small and cozy, with silk walls and velvet drapes. They’re all well-appointed and spacious, featuring a range of amenities from Nescens anti-aging products to a flat-screen television.

The hotel’s two restaurants, Le Gabriel and La Pagode de Cos, both by acclaimed chef Jerome Banctel, offer contemporary French gastronomy that’s as innovative as it is delicious. Whether you’re dining alone or with a group, the experience is unforgettable.

3.Le Bristol Paris

For nearly a century, Le Bristol Paris has been an institution on the fabled Rue du Faubourg Saint Honore. During a lengthy $130 million facelift, the hotel enhanced its best assets.

Throughout the property, guests are treated to elegant French decor and fine fabrics. Rooms are adorned with works of art, antiques and Louis XV and Louis XVI furniture.

With 190 rooms and suites, there’s plenty of space to spread out. Some offer sweeping views of the Eiffel Tower, while others overlook the garden and courtyard.

The rooms are spacious and elegant with a large seating area, a separate bedroom and bathroom. They feature luxury bath products, free WiFi and Smart TVs.

Children can play in the kids’ lounge or enjoy a treat or treasure hunt at the hotel’s spa. Baby cots and child-sized robes are provided.

Le Bristol is also a great choice for families because of its pet-friendly policies. The hotel allows two pets for a fee of EUR50 per pet, and every guest receives a stuffed bunny named Hippolyte and a welcome pack that includes two bowls, mineral water, treats, and a small rug embroidered with the pet’s name.

4.Hôtel de Crillon

The Hôtel de Crillon, a Rosewood hotel, is one of the city’s most iconic landmarks. Following a four-year transformation, the 18th-century hotel reopened in July 2017 as an elegant and sophisticated property that honors its historical soul while providing the amenities today’s travelers expect.

Located on 10th Place la Concorde, this luxury hotel offers a slew of features and services to ensure a relaxing stay. A spa, two restaurants and a bar are just some of the amenities you’ll find here.

This 124-room, landmarked hotel is a glitzy and sophisticated luxury retreat in the heart of Paris. Each room is lavishly decorated with a unique blend of bespoke furnishings and antiques that reflect the opulent history of the building.

Guests can indulge in French cuisine at L’Ecrin, the hotel’s one-Michelin-star restaurant or at Jardin d’Hiver, a cozy eatery that serves up scrumptious seafood and delicate pastry creations. For those seeking an intimate, private dining experience, the hotel’s La Cave restaurant and wine cellar can be rented out for special occasions.

5.Cheval Blanc Paris

With its location on the banks of the Seine, Cheval Blanc Paris is an upscale hotel that boasts an enchanting view of the city. It’s the first urban property from LVMH’s Cheval Blanc Maison, which has previously starred in the ritzy settings of Saint Barths and St Tropez.

A luminous, discreet haven for lovers and families alike, Cheval Blanc Paris offers a serene retreat. Its 72 rooms and suites overlook the river, while four restaurants offer both fine-dining and French brasserie cuisine.

Almost every room features a balcony that offers views of the river, as well as of Paris’s iconic landmarks like Notre Dame Cathedral. It’s here that Cheval Blanc Paris really shines.

The interiors are a beautiful blend of Art Deco inspirations and contemporary interpretations, infused with precious fabrics and shimmering glints. Decorative elements include marble veined with honey and ebony and original pieces created by exceptional craftsmen.

The hotel’s spa, which is a Dior production, has Europe’s longest pool with a holographic screen that resembles a rooftop location. In addition to a sauna, it also offers massages and body treatments.

6.Four Seasons Hotel George V

Set in the Golden Triangle of Paris, Four Seasons Hotel George V enchants guests with its iconic Eiffel Tower views, signature lavish flower displays imagined by Artistic Director Jeff Leatham and top-of-the-line spa treatments. Luxurious rooms and suites are decorated in rich fabrics, marble bathrooms and oversized terraces that overlook the city skyline.

The original plaster detailing and 17th-century tapestries have been restored and regilded to create a polished atmosphere. The palatial accommodations feature majilite and sycamore floors, crystal chandeliers, fine art and private terraces with sweeping views of the city.

Several restaurants with Michelin stars have earned Four Seasons Hotel George V its reputation for gastronomic excellence. Whether you dine in Le Cinq, L’Orangerie or Le George, you’ll find traditional French cuisine with a contemporary twist and delicious wine pairings.

During your stay, you can relax at the luxury spa where the staff are experts in bespoke treatments. Soak in a steam hammam, indulge in a vitality pool or treat yourself to a hair salon or high-tech gym. In addition to the three restaurants, the hotel offers an all-day lounge with 19th-century paintings and Flemish tapestries.

7.Ritz Paris

Known for its opulent neoclassical decor, the Ritz Paris is a legendary destination that encapsulates Champagne-soaked glamour and luxury. With lashings of gold leaf adorning every public space, guests are treated like royalty at this historic hotel that has been serving guests since 1898.

Having undergone a 27-month $450 million renovation, the Ritz still oozes opulence and glamour. Rooms are filled with discreet old-world French neoclassical and Grand Siecle style, featuring gilded mirrors and artworks, marble fireplaces and ornate draperies.

While some of the 142 rooms have modern technology (TVs are hidden inside gilt-framed mirrors, remote controls in leather boxes) it is subtly integrated so that the technology seems to fit into the decor rather than be the centre of attention. Those wanting to relax after a long day in the city should book one of the Suites, where the bathrooms are still clad in Italian marble with golden swan taps and peach-coloured bathrobes – M Ritz’s colour for highlighting a woman’s complexion.

The Suite Vendome reflects the history of the hotel, with a spacious bedroom and two salons. Seldom-seen photographs of Hemingway are a fitting tribute and the suite is home to a carefully stocked library.

8.Mandarin Oriental

Located in a 1930s palace, Mandarin Oriental is an oasis of elegance and sophistication. Its 96 chic rooms and 39 suites are decorated in minimalist decor inspired by haute couture and renowned fashion houses.

Surrounded by scented flowers and greenery, the hotel’s inner garden is a peaceful haven where guests can relax and unwind. The hotel also boasts one of the city’s largest spas with a 14-metre pool.

A haven of Zen-like tranquillity, the spa is pearlescent white with origami flowers stitched into walls. The 900 square-metre spa is set on 2 levels and offers a wide range of signature Guerlain(r) facials and body treatments.

At the heart of the Mandarin Oriental experience is discreet and flawless service. From in-room check-in to a flute of Champagne and impeccable dining, the service team will exceed your expectations.

The Group is dedicated to advancing sustainability, the first hotel in France to obtain High Quality Environment (HQE) certification, which enables the hotel to save up to 20 per cent of energy compared with non-HQE buildings. In addition to a commitment to energy efficiency, the company is committed to reducing its carbon footprint and reporting on these results annually.

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