Le Bristol is one of 12 super luxury palace hotels in the city. Eleven have been closed for months, and with recent travel restrictions, they will struggle for occupancy after their planned reopening in September. Photo: Franck Fife/AFP Le Bristol is one of 12 super luxury palace hotels in the city. Eleven have been closed for months, and with recent travel restrictions, they will struggle for occupancy after their planned reopening in September. Photo: Franck Fife/AFP
Le Bristol is one of 12 super luxury palace hotels in the city. Eleven have been closed for months, and with recent travel restrictions, they will struggle for occupancy after their planned reopening in September. Photo: Franck Fife/AFP
Luxury travel

Ultra luxury Paris hotels face an uncertain future amid Covid-19, travel restrictions

  • Paris’ most luxurious hotels, known as palaces, are reeling from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic
  • Most have been closed for months and, with tourism at a standstill, business will remain tough when they reopen

Topic |   Luxury travel
Le Bristol is one of 12 super luxury palace hotels in the city. Eleven have been closed for months, and with recent travel restrictions, they will struggle for occupancy after their planned reopening in September. Photo: Franck Fife/AFP Le Bristol is one of 12 super luxury palace hotels in the city. Eleven have been closed for months, and with recent travel restrictions, they will struggle for occupancy after their planned reopening in September. Photo: Franck Fife/AFP
Le Bristol is one of 12 super luxury palace hotels in the city. Eleven have been closed for months, and with recent travel restrictions, they will struggle for occupancy after their planned reopening in September. Photo: Franck Fife/AFP
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