Address: 10 Place de la Concorde , Paris , FR
Phone: +33 01 44 71 15 01
Named after Le Brave Crillon, a duke and general who served Henry IV, this grand establishment at the foot of the Champs-Élysées has retained its air of rarity. The Crillon family turned it over to the Société du Louvre in 1907, and it’s been one of the most fashionable spots to be seen ever since. There’s the Place de la Concorde on one side, and the French Vogue offices on the other. Sometimes people meet in the middle, then walk over the checkerboard marble floor of Hôtel Crillon’s lobby on their way to the bar or famous restaurant, Les Ambassadeurs.