Unlock the unique personality of our properties in Paris, Brittany and St Barth. More than a portfolio of hotels & resorts, we strive to offer you a collection of experiences through the prisms of art, destination, food and golf. I hope you will get the chance to discover them, and live an experience that resonates with you.
Anne Jousse, CEO B Signature
A pure “Haussman” style Parisian building, bearing witness to centuries of change, an ideal location close to Paris ‘Golden Triangle’ and the Place de l’Etoile - the Hotel Vernet is a great institution in the 8th arrondissement of the French capital. A tribute to French elegance and craftsmanship, the interior design by François Champsaur instantly sets it apart.
From the moment you step through the doors, fine materials transport you to a world of luxury, while the colours and clean lines of the furnishings and works of art add a very up-to-the-minute lightness and sophistication.
Back in 1880, the splendours of the Second Empire were making way for the glory days of the Belle Époque. The Marquis de Sers, an officer, politician, and above all a man of the world, drew inspiration from these two influences to design his residence close to the Champs Élysées. Over the years, while always retaining its original spirit, the building has undergone various modifications and expansions in response to changing needs linked to the evolution of the surrounding district and the expectations of the hotel’s clientele.
Today, the hotel is a flamboyant symbol of classic French style, seamlessly incorporating modern-day technology and services.
"J’habite à Saint-Germain-des-Prés. Et chaque soir j’ai rendez-vous avec Verlaine” (I live in Saint-Germain-des-Prés. And every evening, I meet up with Verlaine), sings Léo Ferré. The same can be said for the Hotel Bel Ami, situated in Rue Saint-Benoît, still haunted by the echoes of Sartre’s words and Vian’s trumpet. The hotel occupies the site of a 19th century printing works. The very same printing works that published “Bel-Ami”, the novel by Guy de Maupassant. In a sophisticated, happy and welcoming atmosphere, the hotel reveals its many facets.
A destination for beauty and well-being for some, literature and music for others, the Hotel Bel Ami's gentle, elegant and daring spirit reflects the very soul of Saint-Germain-des-Prés.
Built in 1926, the Hotel Montalembert is located in the vibrant heart of the Saint-Germain-des-Prés district of Paris, close to famous attractions including the Louvre Museum, the Rodin Museum, the Musée d’Orsay, Les Invalides, the Grand Palais, Saint-Germain-des-Prés church and Saint-Sulpice church, just a short stroll from the famous Café de Flore and Les Deux Magots. The first 5-star hotel on the Left Bank, the Montalembert both reflects and shapes the character of this quintessentially Parisian district.
Its understated luxury and cosy intimacy bring to mind the French nobility who made this area their home. It is imbued with the influence of the avant-garde free-thinkers of the post-war years. Outside the hotel, a dream vision of Paris unfolds, in a street lined with art galleries, antique dealers, interior design stores and designer fashion boutiques.
The Prince of Wales in Paris, Edward VII was fascinated by the ‘City of Light'. Renowned for his great zest for life, the aristocrat was the epitome of sophistication - a fashionable figure, a dandy. Located avenue de l'Opéra, the Hotel Edouard 7 pays him a well-deserved tribute. Just like him, the Hotel Edouard 7 dresses with audacity, seduction, character and even theatricality.
The hotel’s recent renovation was based on a unique conceptual approach. Rich fabrics and flamboyant colours have come together to create a true work of 'haute couture’. While exercising a contemporary appeal, the hotel welcomes guests into its very heart, confiding whispered secrets.
This is where it all began. Located in Missillac, in the Loire-Atlantique area of France, situated at the heart of a 200 hectare park the Domaine de La Bretesche has retained its original 15th century charm. On its stone walls, shadows and flickering light inspire dreams.
This swashbuckling setting is a prestigious hotel, a famous golf course and a contemporary SPA. Moreover, the hotel is a member of the famous Relais & Châteaux chain.
Today, the first member of the B Signature group is a haven of peace close to the town of La Baule and the beaches of Morbihan and the marshland of la Brière.
Barely 24 km2, this tiny island is lost in the farthest north-east reaches of the Caribbean Sea.
It owes its name to Christopher Columbus - and its reputation to David Rockefeller.
With a mountainous inland and craggy coastline, St Barth is teeming with colorful doll-sized houses, white sand coves, sheltered moorings.
Welcome in its turquoise waters, its orchid-wreathed gardens, its blazing bougainvillea footpaths.
Gault & Millau