See our selecton of sample itineraries which feature Hotel Keppler

Hotel Keppler is an au courant ‘new art’ luxury boutique hotel in Paris, a stone’s throw from shopping haven the Champs Elysees but also a welcome haven from the hustle and bustle of the city.

There are 44 beautifully appointed guest rooms and suites, each of which has been designed by interiors guru Pierre-Yves Rochon; think black and white decor with splashes of colour, custom- made furniture and hand-woven carpets. For a little bit of added luxury; the suites boast balconies overlooking the city and the Eiffel Tower. Guests can also expect sleek modern features such as iPod docks and bathrooms filled with Hermes goodies.

The hotel's bar is an elegant affair with a winter garden, spectacular glass roof and, most importantly of all, a superb cocktail selection, making it the perfect place to enjoy a flavour of the Parisian social scene.

For a bit of pampering after shop-hopping and culture vulturing your way around Paris, there is a sauna and steam room in the hotel's fitness centre for guests to un-wind in.

There is no restaurant at Hotel Keppler, but there is a great selection of chic bistros around the corner. Breakfast, on the other hand, is served at the hotel, and cliché it may be, the freshly ground coffee and delicious pastries won't disappoint.

Itineraries that feature Hotel Keppler

Best for: Couples and Honeymoons
A Parisian Big Short Break
Get under the skin of the City of Light on this four-day itinerary, taking in some iconic spots and others which fly slightly under the radar. Itinerary...
4 Days
From £1,920pp

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Harriet, Kate L and Molly are our 'Hotel Keppler' experts and as seasoned travellers they have the inside track on the most memorable adventures.

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