Top 5 Singles Resorts in Paris

Top 5 Singles Resorts in Paris

Tuesday, November 30th, 2010

Paris, France, considered to be the most romantic city in the world, beckons travelers from all continents. The City of Lights offers rich history, famous landmarks and superb accommodations. For those traveling solo, accommodations in the heart of Paris are recommended for both luxury and close proximity to attractions and train stations. Singles may find surprising connections here to share the joy Paris has to offer and here are the Top 5 Singles Resorts in Paris

The Four Seasons George V offers exclusive surroundings accented by foliage in the outside terrace and views of the Eiffel Tower. Meet someone special at Le Cinq Restaurant. Featuring an elaborate menu, this upscale restaurant has earned Michelin awards for excellence. Linger over cognac and crystallized red berries for dessert. La Galerie, one of two lounges, displays 19th century paintings and furniture. The atmosphere is elegant and peaceful. Listen to a pianist here each day at 3. This 1928 building offers 245 suites, some with terraces overlooking the city. Filled with antiques, the rooms transport guests to another era.

Walk to the Eiffel Tower and learn about the construction. Built in 1889 for the Paris Exposition, the construction met with opposition from the art world. Many felt that it endangered the taste of French art.

Also located in the city centre is the Hotel Ritz. Offering the best of French luxury with 103 room and 56 suites, each has its own individual style of decor. Home to the renowned Ecole Ritz-Escoffier cooking school, be assured that the cuisine will be exquisite. Hang out with a new friend in the Bar Hemingway. Restored to its original appearance of rich wood and leather, this bar serves the single malt whiskey Ernest Hemingway favored. Cesar Ritz strove to build his vision and wanted to form the perfect setting for beautiful women. Room colours are meant to accent complexions.

While here, visit the Louvre within walking distance. During the 43 year reign of Philippe Auguste (1180-1223) French power grew inside and outside the kingdom. To protect the capital from the Anglo-Saxons the king decided to reinforce Paris with a fortress. Build on the banks of the Seine, it became known as the Louvre. Today it is an impressive museum.

Le Bristol Hotel features deluxe suites with marble bathrooms, large bedrooms and separate living areas, all decorated in Louis XV and Louis XVI paintings and sculptures. Luxurious rooms offer the option for the addition of up to 3 connecting rooms. The pool opens up to a solarium and is painted to resemble a 19th century yacht. Le Bristol dining atmosphere changes with the seasons, from garden views to private theatre.

Stroll at the nearby Champs-Elysees, an impressive promenade that runs from Place la Concorde to the Place de Gaulle, the site of Arc de Triomphe. Along the way, find shops, theatres, and cinemas. Used for major celebrations such as New Years Eve, the name was derived from Greek Mythology. Elusia means a place where heroes come to relax.

Hotel Opera Cadet is a 3 star hotel with first class service. Within walking distance to the Paris Opera House and Grands Boulevards, the hotel features 85 rooms, 2 superior and 3 suites. Each suite is named for the famous musicians, Mozart, Chopin and Vivaldi.

The Paris Opera House is considered one of the most beautiful buildings in the world. The House seats 2000 and has 17 stories, with 7 being underground. Work began in 1861 and took 15 years to complete. An inspiration for Lloyd Webber’s “Phantom of the Opera,” the mystique is in the underground levels.

The Intercontinental Paris Avenue Marceau features 60 rooms all decorated with sparkling white. VIP services are offered and include show, theatre and restaurant bookings, and limo rentals. Begin the day with a continental breakfast or try room service which runs 24 hours daily. Amenities include in room movies on demand, free WiFi, laundry service, health room and restaurant. Georges V Metro is nearby.

France is a city that offers many chances for couples to enjoy romantic rencontres. It is well worth the time and money to travel to the country for the sole purpose of enjoying these experiences and creating lovely memories that will last for a lifetime.