From the moment you walk into the elegant and inviting lobby of the Hôtel Westminster, you’ll be greeted with a warm welcome and made to feel right at home. For over 200 years, this quintessentially Parisian hotel has been synonymous with luxury, sophistication and stellar service fit for royalty. In fact, the hotel is even named after the Duke of Westminster, who resided here in the 19th century.
Whether you’re traveling for business or looking for a romantic weekend getaway, this centrally-located and well-equipped 4-star home away from home will cater to your every need. Nestled behind a classic, Haussmanian façade on the prestigious Rue de la Paix, Place Vendome, Opéra and Rue Saint Honoré are practically at your doorstep. The Louvre, the Champs Elysées and the grands magasins of Printemps and Galeries Lafayette are walking distance or a short métro or taxi ride away.
Start your day with a workout in a state-of-the-art fitness center, with a sauna and picture windows overlooking the rooftops of Paris.
And after a full day of sightseeing, shopping or business meetings, you can wind down in a comfy leather armchair with a drink at the cozy Duke’s Bar while listening to live piano music.
All 102 ultra comfortable guest rooms and suites are designed with the discriminating traveller in mind.
Guests who prefer refined, classical décor will appreciate the traditional rooms with antique furniture and fine details such as marble mantlepieces, marble bathtubs and drop bead chandeliers.
Newly renovated Signature Rooms combine traditional French design with modern, high tech amenities, and sumptuous, contemporary bathrooms. Wi-fi is free and available throughout the hotel.
If you’re traveling with little ones, you’ll get the VIK (Very Important Kids) treatment, with special amenities, including bottle warmers and high chairs, to make your stay memorable and stress-free. Depending on the size of your brood, you can choose a family room with two queen beds or inter-connecting rooms (which can be guaranteed, if available at time of booking—something many hotels won’t do nowadays).
When you’re hungry, you can enjoy exclusive, fine dining at the one Michelin-starred Le Céladon restaurant, grab a light meal at the Duke’s Bar (which serves a mean club sandwich), or just kick back and order room service.
The Hôtel Westminster is a member of Warwick International Hotels, a collection of 55 distinct, upscale worldwide hotels and resorts known for their central locations, unique history and quality of service.