Discover the best boutique hotels in Paris and book a stay in one of these for Maison et Objet!
Audrey Hepburn once said “Paris is always a good idea” and we can see why! Gorgeous hotels, luxury stores, the best restaurants, and wonderful places to see and document!
If you’re planning a trip to Paris soon, perhaps to attend Maison et Objet 2019, you need to take a look at these luxury boutique hotels.
Saint James Paris
This hotel is more than a luxury hotel, it’s an experience! Bambi Sloan’s eccentric but elegant interior design portrays the overall vision of the hotel. Guests can enjoy exquisite meal at the hotel’s restaurant and signature herb cocktails at the library bar. For well-being an relaxation there’s a Guerlain spa and a private garden. Book a stay.
Located in a privileged area, this 5-star hotel is within walking distance to major attractions as the Louvre and Orsay Museums, The Notre-Dame, the Luxembourg Gardens, and a few more. The interiors are charming and with a touch of Versailles, as the building is from the 17th century. The property includes a Jazz Bar and guests can enjoy from a concierge service. Find out more.
The first boutique hotel in the world, and the epitome of French style, this intimate boutique hotel is the smallest 5-star hotel in Paris, with only 20 rooms. It’s home to the renowned Le Bar and the Michelin-starred Le Restaurant. With rich and sophisticated interiors guests can enjoy a hammam pool and a steam room.
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Le Narcisse Blanc
This 5-star hotel in the heart of a historic neighborhood, in which ‘City of Light’ is written in. This modern and romantic offers the best of comfort and well-being with a perspective into culture and art. It includes a spa, a Hammam, a swimming pool and experiences as “Night at a Vineyard”. Find out more.
Hôtel Da Vinci
This Parisian Hotel is full of surprises. Mysterious rooms, intimate spots, and the ultimate spa completed with a star-studded ceiling above the pool, as well as a vast offer of well-being treatments. A stay in this hotel will feel like a journey back to Renaissance and in some rooms, guests can catch a glimpse of the Louvre. Curious? Visit the hotel’s website here.
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