Built in 1928 during the Art Déco period, the Prince de Galles is centrally located on Avenue George V, steps away from the Avenue Champs-Elysées and some of the most celebrated landmarks including the Arc de Triomphe and the Eiffel Tower.
From Toile de Jouy motifs to modern ingenuities and comfort, the 138 guest rooms and 30 suites offer form and function, alongside exceptional, round-the-clock service—every guest's ideal Parisian pied-à-terre. The inviting approximately 320-square-foot superior rooms provide enough space for work and relaxation in a royal blue or hay-coloured décor. Guest rooms double as offices with desks, dual phone lines, and Wi-Fi connection. Details also include 32" LCD colour cable and satellite television. The bathroom is elegantly appointed with marble or mosaic floors, lighted mirrors, a combined shower and bathtub, telephone, plush terry cloth bathrobe and slippers, and a selection of the signature Luxury Collection amenity line.
A gourmet favourite, Le Jardin des Cygnes indulges all senses with an inventive French cuisine that emphasizes quality and local produce. The elegant dining room boasts soaring ceilings and glass doors that lead to an exquisite mosaic-tiled patio.