The veggie-forward menu at the ground-floor restaurant is the work of a double Michelin-starred chef
The bijou pool in the basement
Samsung tablets in each room
What To Know
Each of the four “Indulgence” suites comes with its own hammam
The hotel shares a street with the Tuileries Gardens
Spa treatments are available 24/7
The hotel’s head concierge is the youngest to receive a Clefs d’Or
Parking on site
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Revived Hausmann building in one of Paris’s most coveted districts, with apartment-style accommodations and a chic basement pool
Sarah Lavoine took inspiration from Paris's historic Latin Quarter when redesigning this 19th-century manse. Like that endearingly free-spirited neighborhood, the 37 light-soaked rooms here are offbeat yet timeless, decked out with walnut floors and Carrera marble, an unexpected color scheme of pale greens and sages, pillows splattered with geometric patterns (Lavoine is especially known for her graphic edge), and plenty of brass trimmings—though it’s the Saint Roch suite and its complimentary minibar, roomy dressing area, and terrace overlooking Place Vendôme’s bronze Napoleon statue that is the unmistakable scene-stealer. Lavoine also brought in plenty of Moroccan flair, such as zellige bathroom tiles, fluffy Berber carpets, and a petite hammam accessible via a waterfall by the black-lava rock pool—all nods to the city’s deep-rooted North African community. Though a 1st arrondissement location means most of the city's famed sites are within walking distance, you might be just as inclined to stay in and savor this unique slice of Paris.
In the Area
Situated on a quiet and historic street (look out for the nearly 400-year-old antique shop wedged into the St. Roch church) between the Place de l’Opera and the Place Vendôme, a stay at this boutique hotel is sure to spur some serious postcode envy. In addition to the Rodin and Maillol sculptures of Jardin des Tuileries, which is down the street, you’re also close to the upmarket boutiques of rue St-Honore, including Colette, a lifestyle store that’s long been considered a Fashion Week favorite. Fortunately, getting to other pockets of the city is just as easy—you’re just a one-minute walk from the Pyramides and Tuileries metro stops.