New Radisson Collection hotel in Paris will have 360 degree view of Paris landmarks as Eiffel Tower seen in the photo

Radisson Collection to Open in Paris with 360-degree view of All Parisian Landmarks

In partnership with Redevco, Radisson Hotel Group has announced the arrival of its Radisson Collection brand in the heart of Paris.

The hotel, scheduled to welcome guests as of early 2027, will be located just steps away from the renowned Louvre Museum and Le Marais, in the highly anticipated BPM (Beats Per Minute) development.

Since its launch in 2018, the Radisson Collection brand has developed as a hallmark of iconic hotels in unique locations, representing both famed heritage hotels and new properties.

Owned by Redevco and designed by Franklin Azzi Architecture, the project prioritizes fluidity between different areas of the building and strives for environmental excellence, spanning over eight floors, covering more than 13,000 sqm.

The ground and first floor will provide 3,000 sqm of retail space, while the second to fourth floors will house 4,000 sqm of office space.

The hotel, consisting of 57 rooms, will be located on the fifth to eighth floor, with a spectacular green rooftop that will be open to the public.

Due to the building’s architecture, height, and prominence, the rooftop will provide a unique uninterrupted 360-degree view of all Parisian landmarks, including the Eiffel Tower, Montmartre, and Notre Dame.

The hotels’ spacious rooms and suites will feature unique views of Paris as the hotel’s floors tower above the surrounding buildings. The hotel’s restaurant on the seventh floor will provide guests with a delectable gastronomy journey, and the exceptional rooftop bar on the eighth floor will provide guests with a mesmerizing panoramic view of the city.

Additionally, the hotel’s 12th-century crypt in the basement will fascinate guests with its enthralling history, which is scheduled to be converted during the renovation, adding to the hotel’s charm and appeal.

Located on Rue de Rivoli, the busiest street in Paris with 15 million passersby per year, the hotel is just 45 minutes from Charles de Gaulle airport and 30 minutes from Paris-Orly Airport.

It is also conveniently located next to Metro line 1, the main Parisian line providing direct access to the key attractions such as Champs Elysees, La Defense, Concorde and Bastille.

See the latest hotels opening in Paris.

Newsletter subscription

Sign up to receive FTNnews Newsletter

Subscribe to get the latest travel news by email

We don’t spam! Read our privacy policy for more info.

0 0 votes
Article Rating
Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
Scroll to Top