Best Hotels with Michelin Star Restaurants

Many of Europe’s most prestigious hotels are also home to highly acclaimed, Michelin-starred restaurants. This can make choosing the accommodation for a foodie holiday in Europe an simpler decision. As the perfect accomodation for a food-centered city break, we’ve selected the best fine dining hotels in Europe, for both their Michelin starred restaurants and excellent locations.

Best Hotels with Michelin Star Restaurants in London

  • Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester Chef Alain Ducasse’s triple Michelin-starred restaurant at The Dorchester is one of the most acclaimed fine dining restaurants in the world. The restaurant's innovative take on traditional French cooking has resulted in signature dishes such as the ‘Saute Gourmand of Lobster’ appetizer and the ‘Baba like in Monte Carlo’ dessert. Located along London’s Park Lane close to Mayfair, there are more than 12 further Michelin starred restaurants within a one-mile radius.
  • Helene Darroze at The Connaught, Mayfair This historic Mayfair hotel boasts an exceptional double Michelin starred restaurant, headed up by Helene Darroze, considered one of the finest female chefs in the world. The food here is the finest French cooking, delivered with meticulous skill and carefully chosen produce.
  • Dinner by Heston Blumenthal at the Mandarin Oriental, Knightsbridge Heston Blumenthal is known best for the inventive food he serves at The Fat Duck inn in Bray, but he brings some of this flair to this two-starred restaurant based at the Mandarin Oriental in London's Knightbridge. The menu is inspired by British culinary history, giving new life to dishes that are over 500 years old, such as the Meat Fruit starter and Sampocade dessert.

Best Hotels with Michelin Restaurants in Paris

  • Epicure at Le Bristol Head chef Eric Frechon keeps the cooking at this three-starred Michelin restaurant pleasingly traditional. A true celebration of both classic French cooking methods and the country's best produce. Located in Paris’ well-heeled 8th Arrisdonment, close to most of the city’s other highly acclaimed restaurants.
  • Le Cinq at the Four Seasons King George V Boasting the three star Le Cinq, this famous hotel houses two other restaurants, Le George and L’Orangerie which each have one star, making it an exceptional foodie hotel choice. The hotel is located in Paris’ ‘Golden Triangle’, the most exclusive neighbourhood of the 8th Arrisdonment.

Best Michelin Restaurants in Hotels in Barcelona

  • ABaC Barcelona  This modern, luxury hotel boasts a triple-Michelin starred restaurant of the same name. Located on the outskirts of the city, it’s ideal for those who want to escape the bustle. Specialising in both traditional and innovative Catalonian cuisine. Two other restaurants in the hotel, Angles and 10’s Tapas, make it an excellent base for a Catalonian foodie break. "

Best Michelin Restaurant in a Hotel in Portugal

  • Vila Joya, Portugal Roughly translated to ‘House of Jewels’, this restaurant is based in a hotel of the same name in Portugal’s Algarve region. Head chef Dieter Koschina has earned the restaurant not only two Michelin stars but also the accolade of being one of San Pellegrino’s ‘50 Best Restaurants in the World’. It’s certainly considered one of the very best in Portugal with an innovative approach to modern European cooking. Unlike city centre Michelin restaurants, visitors can enjoy both exquisite food and beach views with a stay at the boutique Villa Joya.

Best Michelin Restaurant in a Hotel in Berlin

  • Lorenz Adlon Esszimmer at the Hotel Adlon Kempinski One of only six two-starred restaurants in Berlin, chef Hendrik Otto has earned many accolades for his menu at Lorenze Adlon Esszimmer. Diners can enjoy explorative and adventurous European cooking along with sights of the majestic Brandenburg Gate.

Best of the Rest: Top European Foodie Hotels

Not all Michelin starred restaurants are found in the luxury city centre hotels of European capitals, some are found in small villages and rural locations. Furthermore some of the best foodie hotels in Europe are based outside of Michelin's guide area, but are still well worth a visit.

  • Le Saint-James, Bordeuax Proof that you don't need to head to Paris or London for fine dining. Located in the small village of Bouliac in a modernist hotel overlooking a small vineyard, diners can enjoy simple French cooking at its best in the Michelin starred hotel restaurant.
  • Regent Porto Montenegro The Regent Hotel in Porto Montenegro's upscale marina is home to three restaurants celebrating the best of Adriatic cuisine. Michelin doesn't cover the country of Montenegro when it awards stars, but if it did, all three of this hotel's restaurants would almost certainly be top of its list.
  • Borgo Egnazia, Puglia This vast hotel in Puglia proves that fine Italian dining isn't just found in Milan and Rome. All the food in the Borgo Egnazia restaurant is locally sourced and made with traditional methods. Guests can try for themselves with one of the hotel's popular focaccia making classes.