INSIDE THE PARIS HOTEL FEATURED IN NEW WOODY ALLEN MOVIE

The latest film release from Woody Allen ‘Midnight In Paris’ opened this month to rave reviews. We here at Hg2 HQ were quick to pick up that several of the scenes  were shot in one of Europe’s top hotels, the luxurious Hotel Le Bristol in Paris.

So, for Woody fans and lovers of luxury alike, we share a behind-the-scenes peek into the sumptuous suites, prestigious lobby and the hotel’s famous entrance.

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Main gardens of Hotel Le Bristol in Paris.

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Room with a view: Catch the Eiffel Tower from many of Le Bristol's suites.

To celebrate the opening of the movie in the UK, Le Bristol is offering an exclusive Midnight in Paris package – valid until 30 November. Package includes American breakfast, a dinner in 114 Faubourg, the hotel’s brasserie-style restaurant, Le Bristol bathrobes and an in-room DVD of Midnight in Paris. Prices range from €2,670 (Deluxe room) to the Panoramic suite (top image – €14,790). Subject to availability, based on two people sharing.

The movie, a romantic comedy about a family travelling to Paris for business, is currently viewing in cinemas across the country and has already received rave reviews.

The star-studded cast includes Owen Wilson, Rachel McAdams, Kathy Bates, Marion Cotillard, Michael Sheen, Adrien Brody and Carla Bruni. Midnight in Paris is Woody Allen’s 41st feature film which was shot on location last summer in Paris.

Didier Le Calvez, General Manager of Le Bristol, commented: “We were thrilled to assist Woody Allen, the cast and crew during the making of Midnight in Paris last summer. We are delighted that Le Bristol features alongside such a distinguished cast.”

http://www.lebristolparis.com

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The world-famous entrance to Le Bristol.

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One comment

  1. Nice. Really hedonistic.

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