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.
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I was stuck in Paris as there was a rail strike and needed a nice place to sit and wait until i was picked up. I was looked after immediately upon walking through the door (Celia was an absolute star). The lounge area is to the right of the reception and is cool, contemporary and elegant. I had the house wine which at 18 Euros a bottle was well priced. I also had the meat and cheese board for 15 Euros which easily fed two adults with loads left over, really generous. The staff could not have been more friendly, they were both fantastic. I forget the other guy´s name but he was amazing too. It was so lovely that I returned on the following Thursday on the way back to Orly and had a few coffees there. I adore this hotel and will absolutely be back as soon as I´m able to.
I thoroughly enjoyed my 3-night stay at COQ Hotel in a quieter part of Paris, conveniently located nearby the Place d’Italie station with 3 metro lines.
The Classique room size is standard for Paris hotels - it is the thoughtful use of space and design that actually makes staying at this hotel a truly pleasant experience. Equally, the staff were very welcoming and always willing to help, delivering quality service.
The breakfast at the hotel is lovely, and there are also some good food options in the 13eme arr. for dinner nearby after a day out.
Overall an excellent stay, I highly recommend this hotel to anyone visiting Paris and looking to have a standout boutique hotel experience.
We paid for a larger room, which is not so big. But this is Paris and for the price we paid the size and atmosphere of the room was very fair. Very large and comfortable bed. The bathroom had a bad, but no separate shower. Parking is easy in the neighbourghood and if you like to park in a paid garage, prices are 1/4th the price of more central Paris.