Hyatt invites travellers to discover all France has to offer this July and August, with a special rate for stays booked before 6 June 2024

It’s less than two months until Paris welcomes the world to the greatest sporting events on Earth. A century on since France last hosted the summer Games, the capital is expected to be buzzing with spectators eager to get close to the action.

Yet the City of Lights is just one of the country’s dynamic destinations. From Normandy to Provence, millions of visitors each year are charmed by the Republic’s architectural delights, alluring landscapes, bustling village life and delicious cuisine. 

For those looking to combine the excitement of ‘going for gold’ with the timeless sophistication of French heritage and culture, a stay at Hyatt provides the perfect gateway for an unforgettable experience. Whether it’s a luxury escape in the centre of Paris, a seaside retreat in Biarritz, or a revitalising spa trip on the Riviera, guests can enjoy one-of-a-kind holistic wellbeing experiences and specially curated excursions as part of Hyatt’s new “Be Here More” platform.

Plus, for a limited time only, discerning travellers can save up to 20% on stays across Hyatt’s 11 luxury properties in France* until 4 January 2025. World of Hyatt members can save even more and get a complimentary breakfast each day of their stay. Use special offer code STAYNOW when booking directly here.

Four unique properties to explore this summer are:


With breathtaking views of poetic Paris, and less than 30 minutes from the Stade de France, the Hôtel du Louvre, offers a luxurious haven in the heart of the city. Part of the Unbound Collection by Hyatt, guests can revel in the essence of Parisian “art de vivre” from an elegant suite, where a décor of soft, light tones is set against the striking artwork of French illustrator Emmanuel Pierre. In the restaurant, foodies can discover the famous recipes of world-renowned chef Paul Bocuse, known as the “Chef of the Century”.


For those looking for calm, but still enamoured by the cultural vibrancy of a large city, Nice has long been a popular choice. The five-star beachfront Hyatt Regency Nice Palais de la Méditerranée offers the perfect base for travellers looking to experience this charming coastal spot. With sweeping views of the Mediterranean Sea, a well-equipped spa, and expansive suites, the property provides a host of luxury experiences to enjoy this summer. The city is just over an hour away from Paris by air, and will be the base for six football games during the Olympics.


The French Riviera has long been famous for its azure blue waters, rich cultural heritage and celebrity glamour. Opened in the late 1920s, Hôtel Martinez was and is the place to be seen on the iconic Crosette. Enjoy a moment of tranquility at L’Oasis du Martinez, a wellness spa set in a luxurious garden that extends over a total of 2,800 m2 and focuses on revitalizing activities. High speed trains connect Cannes with the capital.


Founded in 1854, the Hôtel du Palais is the former imperial residence of Napoleon III and Empress Eugenie. Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, the hotel offers three unique retreat experiences, as well as surfing lessons, beach walks, yoga, massages, and meditation – all tailor-made by Hyatt’s wellbeing experts. Guests can savour traditional flavours from the Basque Country’s sea and land in the La Rotonde restaurant. Consider taking a slow train from Paris to enjoy the beauty of the French countryside.

Michel Morauw, Hyatt’s AVP France and Managing Director Hyatt North EAME, said, “We’re thrilled to be welcoming visitors to Paris for the most prestigious of sporting events, and hope that they will enjoy the excitement of the games as well as the diverse cultural heritage of this city. But with the summer sun set to shine across the country, we encourage travellers to not only enjoy a visit to the capital, but also discover what the whole of France has to offer. By listening to our guests, we know there is a growing desire for curated experiences that prioritise wellbeing, which is why we’re delighted to share a spotlight on things to do, see and experience at our properties this summer. Bon Voyage!”