Hotel Kensington a Paris
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What is the best hotel in Paris?
In the stratosphere of ultimate luxury it is of crucial importance to get the absolute best service and accomodation possible. Needless to say that for around $1000 per night or more you should never be disappointed on any points.
In my experience, there are two famous Paris palaces who are currently "living on reputation alone" and which I would NOT advise, they are Hotel de Crillon and The Ritz Hotel (see notes below).
In place of those, I would advise the following first class palace hotels:
- The Peninsula