The in-room selection of books from local bookstore 0fr.
Room 703, tucked away on the top floor under a mansard roof, has fabulous views and a gorgeous corner bathtub
The countless beautiful design details, from the rust-colored sofas in the lounge to the vintage telephones to the seemingly endless variety of patterned wallpapers
What To Know
There are no bellboys, gym, or bathrobes
The breakfast buffet of fruit, cake, good cheese, and baguettes is steep at €18
Guests traveling with kids should ask for the tee-pee, which the hotel will set up on the room floor for young ones to sleep or play in
Parking on site
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Chic addition to the 9th arrondissement, with 40 individually designed rooms and a popular neighborhood restaurant
This elegant hotel is one of the appealing new breed of Parisian boutiques that employ an almost outré style, with unorthodox colors and an unabashed embrace of patterns. One-to-know designer Dorothée Meilichzon has done a spectacular job of turning the sharp angles, irregular recesses, and abundance of curves of this 19th-century building's unusual “flat iron” shape into a series of smart, chic spaces. Her clever use of mirrors, patterned tiles, triangular desks, and pendant lamps makes the rooms feel fresh and modern, though much of the furniture and fixtures have an Art Deco bent and the light switches are pure Bauhaus. Meanwhile, chefs Paul Landre and William Ranson serve notable “neo-bistro”-style dishes in the adjoining restaurant, which has quickly established itself as a neighborhood hot spot; don't go anywhere else for dinner.
In the Area
Is the 9th arrondissement the new Marais of Paris? It’s staring to look that way, what with its abundance of shops and restaurants, and with the added bonus of being near major tourist sites like the Folies Bergère music hall, where theater fans will want to come to pay homage. On the corner of the bustling rue Faubourg Montmartre, the hotel is between the Grands Boulevards and South Pigalle. There are myriad options for eating nearby: try Encore for elegant, good value prix fixe menus or the landmark Bouillon Chartier, which has been around for over a century. If you want to stock up on some of the books you’ve found in the hotel, the bookshop 0fr. is a 25-minute stroll east. Transportation is also excellent: the nearest metro stop is just two minutes from the hotel, and if you’re traveling by Eurostar, it’s a 20-minute walk to Gare Du Nord.