Independently owned and run Hotel du Collectionneur in Paris enjoys an ideal location in the heart of the city, just steps from Arc de Triomphe many downtown attractions.
Featuring 470 spacious rooms designed in Art Deco Style, with a size range starting at 30sqm, Hotel du Collectionneur is ideally suited for business travelers seeking five star service and product. A comfortable Executive Lounge is dedicated to provided attentive service and a three times a day F&B service to executive service assigned rooms, while all suites guests benefit from access to the Lounge. I enjoyed a lavish breakfast selection and a very good quality of service in the lounge.
My suite, a Deluxe Suite category located on the 5th floor, was spread over a space of over 50 sqm, with separate living room and bedroom, with a well appointed bathroom. I was particularly drawn by the oversized and very comfy king size bed, with high quality linen. Although not renovated recently, the rooms are very well maintained and spotless clean.
Complimentary high-speed wi-fi internet throughout the entire hotel, extensive business services offered by the Lounge and Guest Relations and probably one of Paris’ largest conferences space within a centrally five star hotel, make the Hotel du Collectionneur the obvious choice especially for business travelers.
Nevertheless, the hotel also has a complete offering for leisure guests too. The Purple Bar which features live themed music nights on Thursdays and Fridays, the beautifully manicured Andalusian inspired 800 square meter courtyard garden (one of the largest among five star hotels in Paris), the 400 square meter Mosaic Spa by Decleor & Carita are just some of the more leisurely offerings of the hotel.
The hotel’s main restaurant, Le Safran, features 3 outdoor terraces and a menu focusing on French and international dishes. The Sunday Brunch at Le Safran is one of the highlights for weekend guests. I experienced an attentive and intuitive service both in the Purple Bar and Le Safran. Service is equally good at the Front Office – coherent and
During my stay in July, the hotel boasted an ideal mix of guests, both corporate guests and holiday makers, including families with younger guests.
Oliver Petcu in Paris
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