Five star luxury hotel in Paris
Five-star hotel surrounded by the main Parisian monuments: The Eiffel Tower, the Tuileries Garden, the Louvre Museum, the Grand Palais, the Trocadéro, the Invalides, the Orsay Museum…
The prestigious Hotel Regina, after a fully refurbishment and renovation in 2015, belongs to a long French tradition of luxury hotels. It is uniquely central situation location, overlooking the Louvre museum and the finest part of the Tuileries Garden. Paris aficionados will find the ideal place to stay, to go shopping and visit museums.
A luxury hotel just moments from the Comédie Française Theatre and the Garnier Opera House. It occupies one of the most enviable locations in Paris across from the Louvre in the midst of an area synonymous with French culture.
Since its opening in 1900, the exquisite hotel has employed a classic style throughout its interiors. 99 guest rooms including 32 suites feature views over quintessentially Parisian courtyards, with others showcasing views of the Tuileries Gardens. Few hotels in Paris can offer such spectacular views of the Musée d’Orsay, the Dôme des Invalids, the Eiffel Tower or the glass roof of the Grand Palais.
Exquisite dining experiences are enhanced with stained-glass windows complete with hand-painted floral motifs. The English Bar, Tea Room and Courtyard Garden and Terrace all offer a peaceful retreat in the heart of Paris.
Meetings and events facilities are comprised of three stylish function rooms. 24-hour Concierge and Room Service ensures your every comfort around the clock. The pet-friendly hotel also offers free Wi-Fi in guest rooms, public areas and reception rooms. All areas are non smoking.
A riding school founded by Antoine de Pluvinel, who taught Kings Henry III, Henry IV and Louis XIII the art of equitation, stood on this site in the 16th and 17th centuries.
Created by art lovers and patrons, the Regina opened in time for the 1900 Universal Exhibition and is still managed by the Baverez family, which founded it.
When Léonard Taubert created the Hotel Regina, he took great pains to gather the period's greatest artists and cabinetmakers to give his life's work the glorious setting it deserved. The Hotel Majestic followed the Regina in 1907.Mr. Taubert continued his dazzling career with the 1925 opening of the Raphael, a hotel devoted to a VIP clientele where the number of guest rooms was kept low in order to provide the cozy, home-like atmosphere so dear to its founder. In 2010 the expanded, redesigned, updated Hotel Majestic reopened as the Villa Hotel Majestic.
The granddaughter and great-granddaughter of Mr. Tauber's partner, Constant Baverez, now run the family business. Françoise Baverez carried on the tradition her grandfather started and handed the reins over to her daughter, Véronique Valcke, CEO of the Hotel Regina public limited company.
The saga of the Baverez family, which still owns these three jewels in the crown of Paris hotels, continues.
On June 30, 2010 Françoise Bavarez, the third generation of the family that founded the prestigious Hotels Bavarez, announced the appointment of her daughter, Véronique Beauvais-Valcke, as CEO.
Véronique, who has been involved with the company for over 10 years, has already left her mark by giving the Villa Hotel Majestic a contemporary look based on a unique concept: a residence hotel, a hotel and a spa with a swimming pool under one roof.
Françoise has retired but still sits on the company's Board of Directors.