Lunch on the rooftops of Paris, with the Eiffel tower in the background. A rare privilege offered by Le Raphael, a 5-star luxury hotel nestled in the heart of Paris's 16th arrondissement, close to the Champs-Élysées. Since 1925, the year it was built, the Raphael, a 5-star luxury hotel in Paris now owned by the Baverez Group, has been offering top-quality services blending tradition, savoir-faire and savoir-vivre, comfort, Parisian lifestyle and gastronomy.
Hotel Raphael offers guests luxurious rooms, from 25 to 45 m 2, tastefully decorated in the purest French and Parisian tradition. Whether classic, superior or deluxe, each room has received the same care and attention. Each room is decorated in the Louis-XV-Louis XVI style , with period furniture and mirrors that add to the sense of disorientation and time travel. For those who want even more space, Hôtel Raphael offers several suites, from the Junior to the Presidentiel, including the Prestige and the Arc de Triomphe terrace suite. Life in a château, right in the heart of Paris...
Rest is essential, but so is a good meal. Especially when staying in a 5-star luxury hotel in Paris.
The Hotel Raphael houses both a gourmet restaurant and an English bar within its soon-to-be century-old walls. In the former, guests can savor the creations of Francisco Merino, who composes French cuisine with Mediterranean accents, in keeping with his Spanish origins. In the kitchen, he is assisted by Romain Marti, a young pastry chef. Romain is constantly innovating with the great French classics. He also fine-tunes his own desserts, always with one guiding principle in mind: more flavor, less sugar.
Those wishing to take advantage of every moment to visit Paris can sit down to a quick meal at the bar. In the evening, they can enjoy cocktails and conversation over a drink. The wood panelling and red velvet are particularly conducive to conversation. Sometimes even confidences.
And then there's the rooftop. On sunny days, guests of the Raphael Hotel enjoyone of the finest views of Paris, with the Arc de Triomphe, the Eiffel tower or, further afield, the Sacré-Coeur. A pleasant way to visit the city while enjoying lunch on the terrace.