La Reserve is an exclusive five-star palace that recreates the opulent atmosphere of an early 20th-century private apartment. The hotel’s lavish decor includes precious woods, sumptuous fabrics, Versailles parquet floors, curated artworks, and antiques. 

Upon entering the hotel, you are greeted by the warmest staff and instantly captivated by the uniquely artistic interior. The ambiance is reminiscent of a museum, with intricate details adorning every corner. Transitioning to the exquisite lobby, you are well taken care of as you are guided to your room.

Our stay was in the Imperial Suite, offering a breathtaking view of Paris, including the iconic Eiffel Tower. The room was nothing short of extraordinary, boasting features like a Japanese toilet, balconies encircling the space, and an overall museum-like atmosphere.

Timotej Letonja, Chief Editor of Numéro Netherlands

La Reserve provides a serene escape from the vibrant pace of the French Capital at its spa. This tranquil oasis of beauty features a 16-meter indoor pool, three treatment rooms, a fitness area with a dedicated coach, and a steam room, offering a perfect retreat for relaxation and rejuvenation

The hotel boasts a collection of exquisite dining establishments, each offering a distinct culinary experience. Le Gabriel, headed by Jérôme Banctel and awarded two Michelin stars, invites guests on a captivating culinary journey. La Pagode de Cos, inspired by Banctel, offers a contemporary and globally influenced dining experience in various charming settings, from the dining room to the serene patio. The Duc de Morny Library provides a cozy atmosphere for business lunches or romantic dinners, while Le Gaspard stands as a beloved Parisian meeting place with a vibrant ambiance and chic allure.

The library enhances the hotel’s allure, providing an incredible workspace or reading haven. 

Right in the heart of Paris, La Reserve makes every corner of the city easily yours to explore. This stay isn’t just a hotel experience; it’s like having a piece of Paris captured in time, leaving you with memories that will linger and stories to share

Timotej Letonja, Chief Editor of Numéro Netherlands