The Raphael is an iconic property that is the embodiment of French hospitality. Located in the heart of the 16th arrondissement, the hotel was constructed in the Golden Twenties era and designed by architect André Rousselot. Decorated in the Art Deco style of architecture, it was named as a tribute to the painter Raphael and the fine arts.
View of the Eiffel Tower from the living room
This hotel has an exclusive range of 83 luxurious rooms and lavish suites. A few suites have been named after Paris’ most famous landmarks visible from the hotel. For instance, the Eiffel Tower suites boasts Louis XV and Louis XVI style of architecture with authentic period furniture, mirrors and crystal chandeliers. The Terrace Suite provides an exceptional view of the Eiffel Tower from its private terrace. If that is not enough, the Signature Suite with a majestic marble fireplace, refined furniture and delicate fabrics is a perfect place for the cosy comfort one needs.
Living room of Suite Prestige
Guests can settle into the red velvet chairs at the English Bar as they unwind after a stroll at the Champs-Élysées. If there is one thing, the Raphael is known for, it is the quintessential French gastronomic legacy. The La Salle à Manger (The Dining Room), and the Jardin Plein Ciel (Open Sky Garden) terrace restaurant boast a magnificent 360 degree view of the city. A perfect pit stop in Paris, this incredible hotel is a great blend of traditional French fanfare combined with the necessary modern conveniences that a global citizen needs.
The restaurant at Raphael