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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.