COQ Hotel Paris
- Free WiFi
The name alone, short for “Community of Quality,” reveals a lot about what this 50-room debut delivers in Paris’s quiet 13th district. Designed like an intimate guest house, C.O.Q. is thoughtfully decorated while still feeling lived in: contemporary and vintage pieces mix as if collected over time, while textural elements including merino wool throws, rattan chairs, oil paintings, and honeycomb-shaped mirrors add depth to the spacious yet spare rooms. There’s a unique sense of comfort, too, in the multi-use lounge, where a café serves light bites, a transitional corner is used for board games and movie screenings, and a tiny shop sells collectible souvenirs.
How to Get There
This is without doubt one of the best located hotels we have stayed at in Paris.
Location is perfect for walking, five minutes from metro with multiple lines converging, so no part of Paris is out of reach.
Staff are wonderful along with very well maintained and clean premises.
Could not be faulted.
We stayed at the COQ hotel for 4 nights in mid May It was as good as the photos and reviews suggest Stylish but not pretentious, friendly helpful service and a substantial breakfast
We upgraded to the Superior room for extra space Staying in such a special place, we looked forward to coming back to the 13 arrondissement every evening after long days sightseeing in the city
Stayed for a short city break.
The hotel is a 10-15 metro to the central for the Eiffel Tower and 5 minute taxi to Notre Dame.
We did expect it to be quite far out, but were pleasantly surprised how easy it was to get to all the usual sites. So if you are looking for something a little quieter away from the centre hustle and bustle this is perfect.
This hotel is a bit DIY with complimentary tea and coffee and a serve yourself breakfast with fresh pastries, ham, pancakes and boiled eggs - Perfect start to a long days sightseeing.
The hotel decor is qwerky, cool, and classy whilst the rooms are cosey and just right for a short stay.
Staff were more than happy to accommodate our request of a balcony over looking the city roof tops and flowers as a surprise for my partner.
The hotel was great and was nice to see another side to Paris away from the centre such as the Latin quarter.
Lots of places to eat and drink but be advised that if visiting on a Sunday most shops and restaurants are closed in districts further out from the main tourist attractions, so finding somewhere to eat in this area open was tricky.
However, if you do (we found an awesome Italian place) you'll find prices considerably cheaper than the centre!
The best thing about C.O.Q Hotel is the staff, Manon was super helpful and was happy to talk with us, show us where to eat, and tolerate my attempts at speaking French.
Louis was also really welcoming during the night time and again really engaging, wanted to know where we'd been, where we ate etc... Both made our experience really welcoming and enjoyable.
We would definitely recommend C.O.Q Hotel, good value for money with easy access to whereever you want to go.
We will visit again.
It's hard to find enough superlatives for this hotel. Right from the check in to the check out, we were greeted by friendly and smiling staff.
The room was small - as expected in Paris - but with a reasonably large and nice bathroom. Everything was in good condition.
The breakfast was great. Not the biggest selection but quality items. Slightly cramped at times - a little wait for a table to be expected.
Nice location in relation to metro lines and the neighborhood seemed peaceful and quiet.
And then I have to mention that several times we saw the staff go glass - knives and forks etc. through to make sure it was perfectly clean - as it was at a Michelin starred restaurant.
Would love to stay here again another time.
Would definitely recommend. Had a room with a balcony overlooking Paris rooftops. Breakfast is fantastic! Lots of choice of high quality products. Decor was modern and trendy and rooms were excellent size.