on 3 July 2012
The lay out is clear and the presentation is most attractive, but there's not a lot of information; very few places, especially hotels, are included. Those that are, are very expensive, as for the most part, are the restaurants. I found more establishments listed, both hotels and restaurants, with a wider price range, and consequently more to choose from in the Paris section of the Michelin Red Guide to France. By the way, it's in French.
on 28 August 2012
This Paris guide contains just a fraction of the Paris hotels in the Michelin France red guide -- maybe one in eight, it was too depressing to add them up. For just the 8th arrondissement, as an example, there are four in the 2007 edition that I'm looking at (against about 60 in the red guide) and they don't include any of the top hotels.
What you have is a small number of hotels with blurb and a photograph. I'm reluctant to accuse the venerable Michelin of toadying to commercial interests but I'm afraid that's what it looks like!