If you’re headed to Paris, you’ll want to book yourself in to one of these five delightful boutique hotels – each filled with Parisian charm.
1 HOTEL HENRIETTE
Located in a small and quiet cobblestone street close to the Mouffetard district, Hotel Henriette offers a truly unique and intimate experience. Each of its 32 guest rooms are individually designed – with no two rooms the same! Quite often hotels provide cookie-cutter rooms – so it’s certainly refreshing when you stumble across a boutique hotel like this!
Other features to enjoy on your stay include a lounge with a wide selection of reading matter, a cosy flowered vintage backyard, a delicious breakfast and a city concierge service offering a friendly helping hand with your arrangements for travel, excursions, restaurant bookings, theatre tickets and anything else your heart desires. This hotel is the very epitome of an ultra cool, luxury and boutique holiday experience.
2 HOTEL PANACHE
Located in the historic Montmartre district of Paris, Hotel Panache offers a sophisticated holiday experience with rooms that ooze sexy Parisian flair. The woven cane bedheads are somewhat of a signature feature throughout each of the rooms, yet each of the various rooms and suites have their own distinct style and colour palette.
The Restaurant Panache on the ground level of the hotel is a feast for the senses – it’s pure eye candy with herringbone floor, mosaic tiles, detailed wall moulding, brass trim and plush seating. Hotel Panache’s ooh la la interiors won’t disappoint.
3 HOTEL BIENVENUE
The brand new Hotel Bienvenue located in the Paris 9th district, offers an intimate and trendy escape thanks to its delicate sorbet-coloured interiors. We’ve fallen in love with each of the room’s plush, curved bedheads and statement sconces. It’s a little bit c’est magnifique, don’t you think?!
Be sure to step back in time to the hotel’s own glitzy Speakeasy bar. It’s a space that nods its head to an era of glitz and glamour. A perfect spot for a cocktail or two.
For lovers of French food, you can enjoy pastries made by Anais Olmer de Bogato and even take lessons in how to make your very own fine French pastries. Calm rooms and green spaces throughout the inside and exterior of the hotel will soothe your senses in a part of the city which is filled with vibrant life.
4 COQ HOTEL
Next on our list, is COQ - that’s short for Community of Quality, although le coq (French for rooster) does subtly pop its head up throughout the quirky interiors of this hotel (there’s even a chicken coop outside!). This cool hotel will certainly appeal to the young hipster crowd with its slightly kooky decor mixed with vintage accents and artworks.
There are three varieties of rooms on offer – the Classique (the smallest in size), the Superieure, and the Deluxe. All of which have a distinct yesteryear feel, complemented with modern amenities of course.
5 LE ROCH HOTEL
Warm, elegant and above all inviting, is how you would describe Le Roch Hotel. Parisian interior designer Sarah Lavoine has kept the colour palette for the most part, dark and moody with hits of punchy greens, turquoise blues and coral pinks. The rooms and suites on offer are available in five different colour schemes, and with only 37 rooms in the hotel, it ensures a boutique, personalised experience. A courtyard garden, sunny terrace, a spa and swimming pool give this hotel its 5 star edge.