Hotel Balzac Receives Exclusive Forbes Travel Guide Award, Naming it One of the Best Hotels in Paris
22 February 2017
2017 Delivers the Latest Award for Our Leading Parisian Hotel
The five-star Hotel Balzac has just received a prestigious award from the renowned Forbes Travel Guide, recommending our luxury Paris boutique as one of the world’s premier destinations.
Getting this coveted award means passing a gruelling selection process, whereby all aspects of the hotel’s service, setting, ambience and amenities are evaluated and measured against up to 800 objective criteria.
As part of the selection process the Forbes Travel Guide Inspectors conducted extensive – and anonymous – examinations of all of our offerings, to ensure Hotel Balzac met with their exacting standards.
Thanks to the hard work of staff and management in delivering a luxury service that sets us apart from our competitors, we now have the honour of being on the exclusive Recommended List from Forbes.
The Forbes group has been providing discerning hotels with these highly-regarded awards for almost 60 years… and receiving one goes a long way to demonstrating a true stamp of quality and the highest standards of excellence.
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