With the relaxed travel restrictions in France, your much-awaited Parisian holiday is within reach. Here’s a round-up of new hotels in Paris that are perfect for new visitors to Paris, as well as Francophiles who have visited numerous times.
Those who grew up to 80s pop rock music with the likes of INXS, Imagination, and Iggy Pop, ReMIX Hotel Paris is the place for you to relive that glorious era. To get a picture of the atmosphere of the hotel, imagine a setting that is somewhere between a nightclub and a music hall. Streaks of bold colours and neon lights are scattered all over the building.
You can enjoy the feeling of being in a party during the entirety of your stay by bringing your friends along and checking into the Orchestra Room, which accommodates up to seven. The room has 4 bunk beds, 2 twin beds and a single bed.
While the hotel has no gym or swimming pool, there is a coworking space with high speed wifi and a 60s soul music themed restaurant that dishes out flavorful soul food.
At Kimpton St Honoré Paris, with its grand Art Nouveau facade built in 1917, you might feel like you have been brought back to the Paris of a century ago. After a thoughtful renovation by renowned Paris-based interior designer Charles Zana, the hotel now features 123 rooms and 26 suites, stylishly decked out in a minimalist art déco style. Great news for animal lovers – the hotel is pet-friendly.
The hotel also houses a heated indoor pool, a rooftop bar that offers a 360-degree view of Central Paris, a California-inspired restaurant, a spa by CODAGE Paris and a boutique gymnasium.
This charming hotel that is in the style of a Parisian home, enjoys an impressive location right in the heart of Le Passage du Caire. A total of 30 rooms are situated in the 6-storey hotel that is also a historical building. The minimalist interior mixes clean whites with lacquered wood flooring and oak furnishings, creating a homey yet modern atmosphere.
Amongst all the rooms, The Terrace is unquestionably the most impressive one. The 30sqm room comes with a private terrace that overlooks the city, a king-size bed and a spacious marble bathroom with a large tub.
When hunger strikes, hit up the hotel’s bistro for classic French dishes and a glass (or more) of natural wine.
Located on the bank of the Seine, Cheval Blanc Paris captures the feel of an opulent 1920s home, with modern touches.
The Art Déco hotel, once home to the La Samaritaine department store, was designed by Henri Sauvage back in 1928. It took over 16 years for the luxury brand LVMH to breathe new life into the complex and also adorn it with works from the likes of Ingrid Donat, Laurence Montano, Vik Muniz and Sonia Delaunay.
With an exclusive 72 rooms and suites, the space is clad in beige and white, with pops of bronze and gold. Splurge and book your stay in the Notre-Dame Suite. As the name suggests, the spacious 100 sqm room offers an uninterrupted panoramic view of Notre Dame’s towers. It also boasts a bedroom with a private balcony, a living room with a separate dining area and a wine cellar. The bathroom includes a walk-in hammam shower, a marble bathtub and a beauty bar featuring only Dior products.
Elsewhere on the property, guests can find four sleek restaurants and bars, a Dior spa, a salon, a swimming pool and a fitness studio.