The 14 Best Boutique Hotels in Paris, France
This includes Sinner Hotel, Nolinski Paris, L’ Hotel Paris, The Hoxton Paris...
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niood lists you the 14 best boutique hotels in Paris, France:
Nestled in the heart of the Left Bank, amidst the cultural riches, bohemian soul, and high fashion of St Germain-des-Prés, L’Hotel is ideally situated to experience the art and culture of Paris. With interiors designed by the inimitable Jacques Garcia, the 20 bedrooms are all unique and luxurious, finished with exquisite materials and painstaking detail.
Built in 1911, the Terrass” Hotel has since then been of the most iconic places in Montmartre. Just a cobbled street or two from the Sacré Cœur and the Moulin Rouge, it offers a unique gateway to Montmartre.
The interior design is the work of a true Parisian, Sarah Lavoine. With her aesthetic sense and superb craftsmanship she finds true expression in all aspects of creativity that interest and inspire her, whether that be colour, furniture and authentic objects, pure materials or simple lines. The hotel’s various living spaces are refined, yet warm and welcoming. It is a testament to her talent.
Adèle & Jules, a boutique hotel in spirit and owner-run hotel in soul, nurtures the concept of true hospitality. After the Thérèse, in the middle of the Palais Royal area, and the Récamier, in the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Adèle & Jules was inaugurated in 2016, taking up residence in a quiet passageway in the Grands Boulevards district.
Le Pavillon de la Reine, Hotel & Spa Paris Marais, In a 17th century building tucked away from the galleries and shops of the Place des Vosges, which was built in 1612 by King Henry IV of France. The hotel’s name is a nod to the building’s history, in honour of Queen Anne of Austria who once stayed in one of the wings. While the Place des Vosges was once the centre of high society in Paris, today, Le Marais shines as one of Paris’ most exciting quartiers – with Pavillon de la Reine at its heart.