Grand Powers Hotel – Paris, France

Grand Powers Hotel – Paris, France

This très mignon boutique retreat first opened its doors in 1920, and has been welcoming guests with Parisian flair and panache ever since. Taking inspiration from the art deco movement and Coco Chanel, it’s a beguiling mix of original and retro features. Bold colours, gold and bronze trim and velvet chaises longues, exude sophistication and glamour, wrapping its guests in its effortless chic.

Fabulously charming staff greet you warmly, ensuring your stay is as comfortable and seamless as possible, and the bar and restaurant are both easy places to while away an hour or two. Come here to drink in the delights of Paris, that’s right on the doorstep.


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At A Glance

Luxury Hotel

Why We Love It:

For its quintessential Parisian charm.


Haussmannian and art deco townhouse chic.


In the “golden triangle” of the 8th arrondissement, close Avenue George V, the Champs-Elysées, and just ten minutes from the Arc de Triomphe.


50 dazzlingly sophisticated rooms and suites, some Juliette balconies and others with grand views of the Eiffel Tower.


A hot tub and sauna in the marble clad Spa.


Mais oui!


A couple of the rooms are accessible for guests with limited mobility.

Open From:

All year round.


Depending on the floor, the rooms and suites come in baby blue, celadon green or powder pink. The original parquet flooring and moulded ceilings are particular features, as are the decorative fireplaces in many of them. Artistically furnished with floral drapes, bespoke pieces from the 1920s onwards and with abundant living space, they are each a retreat in themselves. Superior Rooms can be doubles or twins, and some come with a balcony.

The larger Deluxe Rooms have views across the golden triangle and can also be made as a double or a twin. Larger still are the Executive Rooms, some of which come with a balcony and can accommodate an extra bed for a child. The bright and spacious Junior Suites have a comfortable living room and can also feature an extra bed. Some come with a balcony and others come with a balcony and an uninterrupted view of the Eiffel Tower. The large Family Suite connects with a Superior Room, whilst the evocatively named Eiffel Tower Suite sits at the very top, and can link with an Executive Room for a family of six.


The bistro style Café 52 serves healthy dishes using organically grown and reared, seasonal produce. Delicious dishes, many with a French or Asian twist, are served all day, whilst plates of finger food are found at the bar until late. The atmospheric bar has a wonderful selection of champagnes from a number of small houses – it’s a delightful spot to sit and people watch.


With its exceptional location, the Grand Powers is the perfect place from which to explore Paris. Many of the main attractions and sights are within walking distance – the Arc de Triomphe, the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre and a whole host of other museums and galleries. Walk through the Jardin des Tuileries to soak up Parisian life, or saunter along the banks of the Seine to admire the grand architecture.

If retail therapy is high on your agenda, then the boutiques around here and Galeries Lafayette will keep you happy for hours. Don’t miss the rooftop view. The nearest metro station (Franklin D Roosevelt – lines one and nine) is just five minutes away, and from here you can pop to the Marais for some vintage shopping, Paris St Germain for little boutiques, or to Montmartre for its stunning city views. Then maybe head back for a late afternoon in the Spa, or a well-deserved glass of champagne at the bar.


An ideal place for a family city break, the Grand Powers welcomes families with open arms. Double rooms interconnect, and children are given goody bags with toys and activities.





Grand Powers has taken a number of steps in its commitment to sustainability. The chef ensures there are vegetarian and vegan choices on the menu; no single use plastics are used; there are energy and water saving measures in place, and the hotel takes part in initiatives that help the less privileged and sick in the community with donations of food and financial support.


Paris, France

In the “golden triangle” of the 8th arrondissement, close Avenue George V, the Champs-Elysées, and just ten minutes from the Arc de Triomphe.

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