Hotel Raphael is a stone's throw away from the Champs-Elysées and the Arch of Triumph and is a haven of peace in Paris. The Raphael Restaurant welcomes you with its décor that delightfully blends classic and contemporary styles. Its magnificent terrace on the hotel's top floor offers unparalleled panoramic views of Paris, the Arch of Triumph and the Eiffel Tower. The English Bar & Lounge 17 provides a cozy ambience where you can take a break for lunch. With 36 suites and 47 rooms, guests are encompassed in comfort and luxury.
The Standard rooms at Hotel Raphael are spacious and welcoming. Rooms incorporate contemporary technology into an original décor with Louis XV- and Louis XVI-style furniture. The modern bathrooms are decorated with tiles and mosaics.
The Deluxe rooms are a spacious and include an office area, traditional furniture and roomy wardrobe, that guarantees you a magnificent stay in the heart of Paris. These authentically Parisian rooms, with their elegant majestic setting, are utterly delightful.
The Raphael Restaurant is sophisticated and has a designer-chic ambiance allied with historical traditions. Amandine Chaignot is the executive chef and she produces cuisine in her own image while continuing the French tradition.
The terrace, on Hotel Raphael's seventh and top floor, boasts stunning panoramic views of the capital's rooftops. Get away from the hustle and bustle of Paris and enjoy a drink around the giant chessboard or sit nearby and enjoy a summer meal. The Raphael Terrace will reopen at the beginning of the 2014 summer season.
The English Bar's cozy, intimate mood recalls a London club. It's an ideal spot for a quiet chat over a drink at any time of the day or evening. Next to the English Bar, Lounge 17 is a small lounge with a few more private tables for lunch or light fare away from all the hustle and bustle.