In Paris, noteworthy changes are taking place along both sides of the Seine. On the Right Bank—with the Louvre, Place Vendôme, and the Champs-Élysées—a former expressway now incorporates walkways. While on the bohemian Left Bank (site of many of our boutique and luxury Paris hotels), a stretch from the Pont de l’Alma to the Musee d’Orsay is now a car-free promenade boasting an amphitheater, restaurants, bars, and even floating gardens on an artificial island. What’s more, the city now finally has a grand, purpose-built concert hall—the Philharmonie de Paris—by Pritzker prize-winning French architect Jean Nouvel. The beloved Musée Picasso, meanwhile, has reemerged more beautiful than ever after three years of major renovations. And the Palais de Tokyo is now the biggest contemporary art space in Europe. This is a city of masterpieces. Better yet, come to Paris and create your own. Below find a list of our selection of boutique and luxury hotels in Paris.