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Discover the luxurious accommodations of the Parisian hotel that served as Taylor Swift’s residence during her “Eras Tour” stops. Explore opulent suites priced at $21,000 per night, adorned with exquisite designs by the legendary Karl Lagerfeld, and indulge in the lavish amenities awaiting guests.



Inside the Paris hotel where Taylor Swift stayed during Eras Tour stops: $21K-per-night suites, Karl Lagerfeld designs and more

During the Paris leg of her Eras Tour, Taylor Swift stayed at the elegant Hôtel De Crillon, where she had access to luxurious amenities, Michelin-starred dining and charmingly sophisticated decor.


The gorgeous Rosewood Hotels & Resorts mainstay features massive suites ranging in price from $4,600 to $21,000 per night depending on the accommodation’s size and layout.

The property’s 10 signature suites “embody an expressly Parisian residential style that is equally warm and refined,” the hotel’s website states.

The late Karl Lagerfeld designed the residential-style guest rooms, which offer “an incomparable atmosphere of contemporary sophistication that respects the landmark’s 18th-century heritage.”

The chic suites come with butler service and have a mixture of bespoke furnishings, antique pieces and carefully selected objets d’art that bring an air of refinement to the palatial Parisian retreats.

Spacious en suite bathrooms are immaculately designed with marble finishes and full-size soaking tubs for ultimate relaxation.
Hôtel De Crillon exterior

There are also several delectable dining options on-site for guests to enjoy.

The Nonos par Paul Pairet is an upscale restaurant serving traditional French cuisine “with a twist,” like steak frites and beef fillet, as well as a selection of desserts, including chocolate soufflé and strawberry and raspberry chantilly.

Connected to the main dining hall is a delicatessen offering fresh seafood, charcuterie, smoked fish and cheeses perfect to grab on the go for a picnic under the Eiffel Tower.

For those ready to indulge in the finest dining option, A-list guests can eat and drink at the Michelin-starred gastronomic restaurant L’Écrin.

The fancy fair offers an “exceptional culinary experience characterized by the subtlety of [their] dishes and remarkable pairings,” the website states.

Dishes are carefully crafted based on beverage pairings and prepared with seasonal produce for an “unforgettable sensory expedition” that can be served as a five- or seven-course meal.


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