When in a beautiful place like Paris, it is only right that your stay matches the comfort you’re looking for and is practical as well. Here are some of the best hotels in Paris.
This hotel has to offer some of the best of French traditional art de vivre, with a 17th-century pièce de résistance, a massive fireplace and the famous Aubusson tapestry the hotel is named after. This five-star hotel offers a chance to immerse yourself in the literary history of St-Germain, and its sheer sophistication. The hotel, interestingly, has no two identical rooms in all of the 49, each of which goes for £299 per night. The legendary piano bar still serves as a source of comfort for jazz lovers in Paris.
Once a pleasure house, Maison Soquet is now a boutique address in SoPi in northern Paris.
The interiors done by celebrity French designer Jacques Garcia possesses an intense vibe with blood-red interiors, gold gilt, Venetian glass, and sculpted wood. The hotel rooms (£307 per night) were individually done up by Garcia to ooze romance with rich palettes and bold patterns. The cocktail bar is just as indulgent as the rest of the hotel.
Within walking distance of the Champs-Élysées in the 8e arrondissment, Hôtel Mathis is a four-star hotel that is up to its brim with history. After redesigning the original building, the designers have done justice to the original features by combining the vintage with the modern fabrics and luxuries. The rooms that go for £135 per night have different color schemes and flawless in their own rights.
This lifestyle budget hotel has rooms available for £70 per night, and is situated close to northern Paris’ largest flea market and oozes urban flair. With a Zen vibe, the style of the rooms of this new-concept hotel is unpretentious, comfortable and effortlessly stylish. The Mob Hotel of the People have a dynamic and enthusiastic workforce, plenty of fun activities, an organic shop as well as a trendy music bar and a summertime garden.
YOOMA Urban Lodge
Designed by French conceptual artist Daniel Buren, the hotel is a work of art in itself. Down the road from the Eiffel Tower, the hotel has rooms that go for £84 per night. The 106 rooms are incredibly functional and comfortable, while still remaining funky with bold shades like red, yellow, blue, or green. The chef uses the rooftop garden to grow the organic vegetables that make his delicious meal and the hotel as a whole is overwhelmingly family friendly.