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What We Love

  • Marble fireplaces in all guest rooms
  • The heated indoor swimming pool—not common for this part of Paris
  • The first non-American outpost of Italian restaurant Casa Tua
  • Technogym equipment at the fitness center

What To Know

  • Though each of the 30 guest rooms here contains a king-size bed, twins are available upon request
  • The hotel offers complimentary WiFi
  • The onsite Sisley spa contains a hammam
  • Many of the antiques here were sourced from famous Parisian flea markets


  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Italian opulence defines this former embassy building on the Left Bank, marking the J.K. brand’s first foray into France

The Lowdown

The modest, fairy-lit courtyard that leads to this boutique townhouse on Rue de Lille, an especially charming street in Paris’s 7th arrondissement, doesn’t quite prepare guests for the extravagances inside. Prolific architect Michele Bönan, whose star-studded resume includes interiors for the Ferragamo family, was tapped to build a prestigious pied-à-terre, outfitting rooms with custom-made Italian furniture and Parisian treasures (Hermès desk lamps, smoky mirror consoles, onyx sculptures), graphic wool rugs, and cavernous marble bathrooms complete with mother-of-pearl inlay cabinets. Unexpected flourishes, such as cashmere throws, splattered with checkerboard motifs—guests can find checkers in the closet—add just the right bit of home (though it’s doubtful you’ll opt for much downtime in the City of Lights). Tuck into upscale Northern Italian fare at the restaurant downstairs (the house-made burrata with organic tomatoes is a highlight) before wandering your tony Left Bank surroundings.

In the Area

This Île de France hotel is just about a 5-minute stroll from the Musée d’Orsay and Musée de l’Orangerie; the Tuileries Garden and Louvre are also within easy reach. As a quintessentially Parisian neighborhood, the 7th arr. is one of the city’s most coveted, with cobblestoned streets, candle-lit bistros, and more open markets than any other pockets of the city. For the perfect picnic basket, we recommend fueling up at the nearby Pont de l’Alma (every Wednesday and Saturday), where countryside merchants hawk paté, local wine, freshly-baked breads, cheeses, and even several varieties of escargot. Don’t miss a sunset stroll along another area favorite: the Seine River.

How to Get There

J.K. Place Paris
82 Rue de Lille
Paris, 75007 France