The always pet-friendly Peninsula Hotels has made an elegant European entrance with its meticulously restored and discreetly modernized heritage building in the heart of Paris, France. The ultimate in sophistication and glamour, The Peninsula Paris is now open and welcoming distinguished four-legged guests, and their humans, to join a legacy of luxury.
Originally the Hotel Majestic, one of Paris’ most famous historic landmarks dating back to 1908, the hotel is home to many notable events, including the composition of George Gershwin’s “An American in Paris” in 1928, and the signing of the Paris Peace Accords in 1973, which were negotiated by Henry Kissinger and brought the Vietnam War to a close. Needless to say, regal hounds will feel right at home.
Though pets over 13 pounds (6 kilos) are not allowed, there is no limit to the number of pets allowed per room, and no additional fees. Each furry guest will receive a welcome basket with a food and water dish, a bottle of Evian water, one toy and a tag.
Located just steps away from the Arc de Triomphe and the Champs Elysée, The Peninsula Paris features 200 luxurious rooms, including 34 suites – five of which feature their own private rooftop – six restaurants and bars including a panoramic rooftop bar L’Oiseau Blanc with a 360 view of Paris, as well as luxury boutiques, the Peninsula Spa, private reception rooms and Paris’ first above ground cigar lounge.
To make your stay complete, book a Garden and Terrace Suite. Designed with the luxury traveller in mind, these suites provide all the comfort and peace you could expect when visiting Paris: expansive marble bathroom with separate rain shower and inset television, opulent bedroom area and breathtaking views of the City of Light. You and your pooch will enjoy the privacy and relaxation of your own private outdoor rooftop garden or terrace and experience ultimate service thanks to the signature Peninsula interactive in-room technology.
To book your stay now, visit paris.peninsula.com or call +33-1-5812-2888.
For information on taking your jet set pet to France, visit thejetsetpets.com/france-pet-entry-regulations.