What We Love
- A brand-new boutique hotel in the capital's 17th arrondissement, with breakfastEnjoying the hotel's playfully stylish digs
- Staying a short Metro ride away from world-famous art galleries and luxury shopping meccas
- Stopping downstairs for a warm drink at a cozy café right on your doorstep
What To Know
- The hotel has 29 boldly-decorated rooms
- It's uniquely located along the Rue de Levis, a pedestrian street filled with market stalls and specialty shops
Tucked away in Paris’s 17th arrondissement, the boutique Hôtel Duette is a sparkling, new base from which to enjoy the French capital’s chic delights. There are just 29 rooms in this exclusive property, which features hip, inviting décor, comfortable accommodations and impeccable service. The refurbished interiors are sleek and modern while offering plenty of homey touches, and there’s also an outdoor terrace to ensure your stay is as refreshing and bright as can be.
Having secured your fashionable address in this upscale, authentically Parisian neighborhood, step out to explore the city’s most enchanting sights – you’ll have everything pretty much right at your fingertips, with three Metro stations no more than a 10-minute walk from the hotel. Once you’ve taken in the world-class art collection at the ever-impressive Louvre, enjoy the best culinary treats this city has to offer (mouthwatering steak-frites and a box of macarons, anyone?), before hitting some seriously chic boutiques – after all, what’s Paris without an indulgent shopping spree?
La Parisette rooms are tastefully decorated with bright color accents and plush furnishings. Each room features an en-suite bathroom, a comfortable double bed and funky design touches throughout.
Paris turns the simple pleasure of enjoying fresh coffee and pastries into an art form – and this hotel is certainly no stranger to it. Enjoy an authentically delicious start to the day in the breakfast room, open from 7-10am. For other meals, explore the delectable French cuisine at the countless restaurants and cafés in the surrounding area.
The hotel is located on a pedestrian street lined with cafés and boutiques in northwest Paris. You can start with the 20-minute walk to the Arc de Triomphe, before strolling along the Avenue des Champs-Élysées, known for its theaters, cafés and luxury shops. Art lovers will head for the Louvre, where you’ll find countless masterpieces, while the upmarket retail haven of Galeries Lafayette is just 15 minutes away by Metro (or an eight-minute taxi ride if those shopping bags are weighing you down). There are also three Metro stations within a 10-minute walk of the hotel, so exploring everything else the city has to offer couldn’t be easier.
How to Get There
I stayed here on a romantic weekend getaway with my girlfriend. This hotel was really good! The bathroom was beautifully designed with a wonderful rain shower. The bed was real soft too and the staff was kind.
The hotel was close to the centre of Paris (20 min walk to Eiffel Tower) No traffic in the small road rue de Levis. There was a small backyard with a table and two chairs in à atrium. Decorated with funny statues. The reception was nicely decorated as well and the receptionists were very polite and helpful
Not only was the price for a room reasonable, but the bed was extremely comfortable. The hotel is close to the Volliers metro station so you can get to almost anywhere.
I really like the modern style of this hotel. I also liked the large selection of items on the breakfast buffet.
The staff is really helpful. They helped provide directions on which line to take to get to all the places I wanted to visit. They also provided recommendations for restaurants in the area.
And finally I wanted to say thank you to the staff member who helped me avoid a miserable 12.5 hour train ride to Nice. He recommended that I take a flight instead and rent a car to drive around the French Riviera. I couldn't thank him enough for both of those recommendations. It made my trip to the south of France really pleasant.
Great location for metro links. Clean and friendly. More than adequate breakfast. Rooms are small with little room to manoeuvre once your suitcases are in but I believe this is normal for Paris. Overall happy with the stay and would recommend as a base for exploring Paris.
The room, while small, was well set out and appointed. The staff were friendly and knowledgeable. The area surrounding the hotel (in the 17th) was a true delight. If you want a Parisian neighbourhood experience, this is your place. A couple of blocks from the Metro. Wifi was good. We didn’t eat at the breakfast buffet, as we thought it pricey, but there are plenty of close options. The walls are a little thin, also. But we’d stay again without hesitation.