The Zebra Square restaurant, with its menu of French classics
The luxe, Carrera marble bathrooms
What To Know
The 16th arrondissement might not be lively enough for some travelers
Breakfast isn’t included in the rate
It’s very family-friendly for a boutique hotel
There’s no parking onsite but valet parking is available
Parking on site
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Intimate stay near the Eiffel Tower with contemporary décor, striking art, and its own spa
Owner/designer Patrick Derderian has created a colorful Right Bank oasis, full of eye-catching art and crafts, including glass and ceramics, along with a four-story-high exhibition wall showcasing a changing array of contemporary art and photographs. The 22 rooms are outfitted in a palette of gold, bronze, gray, and ivory, and the restaurant, Zebra, features classic French dishes like foie gras and beef tartare. Decompress after a day sightseeing with a massage at the spa, using the Nuxe natural product line.
In the Area
Visit Trocadero’s standout attraction, the neo-classical Palais de Chaillot (built for the 1937 World’s Fair), to get a sterling view of Paris’s most famous attraction, the Eiffel Tower, located just across the Seine and fetchingly framed by a gap between the building’s two wings. Then jump aboard a vintage Citroen 2CV, the iconic French car, for a 1.5-hour city tour exploring highlights like Notre Dame, L’Opera Garnier and the Tour Eiffel. Back in the 16th, browse the dazzling displays at iconic French institution Maison Baccarat, which also showcases the designs of Philippe Starck.