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The Peninsula Paris Room

The Peninsula

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Why you will love it?

The opening of the Peninsula in Paris in August 2014 has created a huge shockwave in the hotel industry of France. Setting new standards in terms of design, luxury and comfort, this new Palace is located just minutes away from the Arc de Triomphe and the Champs-Elysées. It is now the ultimate reference when it comes to excellence. Enjoy! Parisianist

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About this place

19 Avenue Kléber, 75116 Paris
Line 1/2/6 - Charles de Gaule Etoile Line 6 - Kléber
Line A - Etoile

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200 luxurious rooms, including 34 suites of which 5 have their own private rooftop garden and terrace with exceptional views of Paris. The standard rooms are the most spacious in Paris and most advanced technologically.

All rooms are equipped with a separate dressing, a boudoir, a Peninsula valet box (to drop off laundry and shoes for a shine), an electric safety box, internet radio, a weather station and a nail dryer. Touch pads are available in 11 languages with all the in-house services. The Room Rate is around €800, depending on the season.

Carefully selected art and objects are inside every room, as well as elegant furniture, superb lighting and marble bathroom.

Food & Beverage

There are 6 food& beverage areas in the Peninsula:

The Lobby: for every occasion, from breakfast to dinner, including the famous Peninsula Afternoon Tea.

LiLi: A Cantonese restaurant serving dim sum and seafood in a decor inspired by Chinese and western opera.

La Terrasse Kléber: the largest hotel restaurant with a terrace in Paris, serving breakfast, lunch and afternoon snacks.

L’Oiseau Blanc: A restaurant / bar on the rooftop offering beautiful views as well as the best of French cuisine and wine.

Bar Kléber: the lobby bar with original 1908 wooden decor offers delicious cocktails while cigar lovers can enjoy their time at the Lounge Kléber smoking room (fumoir)


Spa: The spa covers a surface of 1,800 m² (19,375 sq ft) and offers 6 private individual rooms and 2 couple rooms. Products and treatments are by ESPA and Biologique Recherche.

Swimming Pool: a 20m (65ft) heated pool with separate bubble bath.

Fitness Center: 2 fitness centers are available and offer the latest technologically advanced equipment

Limousine: 1 Rolls-Royce Phantom and 1 Rolls-Royce Phantom II (dated 1934) as well as 2 mini coopers and 10 BMWs are available for airport transfer or touristic excursions.


The Peninsula Hotels, created in 1866, is one of the oldest hotel names in history. It comes as no surprise that to keep the image and level of service offered, The Peninsula had to choose a historical landmark in Paris to open their first European branch. The building was built in the late 19th century and opened in 1908 as a hotel. Over a period of 30 years, it has welcomed many rich and famous people, from politicians to artists and successful businessmen. The building then became the head office of UNESCO from 1946 to 1958 and later on the International Conference Center of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs until 2009.

Parisianist Fun Fact: George Gershwin composed “An American in Paris” in this building in 1928, and the Paris Peace Accords signed by Henry Kissinger in 1973 to end the Vietnam War happened here as well.

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