Ah Paris, a place that fills you with much glee, love and, erm, baguettes by the truck load. We can pretty much reel off a list of bakery recommendations faster than you can recite your own address… Audrey Hepburn famously said that Paris is always a good idea. We agree. And it’s an even better idea to stay at Le Bristol Paris while you’re there.

It is one address we can definitely recommend you taking up residence at for the quintessential Parisian experience. A cult favourite since its opening in the heady Roaring Twenties, Le Bristol Paris is a place of palatial glamour and refined taste. As it’s always brimming with a glittering guest list, you’ll want to bring your finest wears and do your best version of Audrey Hepburn as you brush shoulders with Hollywood greats. George Clooney, Angelina Jolie and Anne Hathaway have all made Le Bristol Paris their chic hideout on their travels in the past.

So why not live the life of a screen legend with a two-night stay at this sophisticated retreat? You’ll bed down in the supremely comfortable junior suite with floral and antique touches, enjoy gourmet breakfasts at three-Michelin-star restaurant Epicure, and savour a delectable dinner at one-Michelin-star brasserie 114, Faubourg. Chef extraordinaire and ‘defender of French cuisine’ Eric Frechon is all for sourcing the most unusual ingredients and taking you on a culinary journey around France.

If there’s one feeling you’ll get from your experience at Le Bristol Paris, it’s nostalgia. From the French regalia interiors to the actual key to your door and the gentility from the all-smiling staff, your time at the hotel will take you back to yesteryear – and be sure to take a selfie with the hotel’s resident Burmese cat, Fa-Raon.

WIN: • A two-night stay for two people at Le Bristol Paris in one Junior Suite • Daily breakfast for two at three-Michelin-star restaurant Epicure • One dinner for two at one-Michelin-star brasserie 114, Faubourg

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