You only arrive to paris now and don’t know where to stay? So, Covet Lounge Blog is your perfect guide. I will tell you the best 10 boutique hotels where you can spend a night and be ready to visit Maison et Objet and even know better the city of lights.
1. Hotel Balzac
Built for the director of the Paris Opera in 1853 and once home to 19th century French writer Honoré de Balzac himself, the hotel is reminiscent of town houses of that period.
Still a haven of peace and a shining example of Parisian chic, the Hotel Balzac is a blend of the elegant and the modern – an aesthetic feat deftly carried out by an interior designer who re-worked the sumptuous neo-classical decor with precious, vibrant tones.
2. La Tremoille
In Paris, in the heart of the Golden Triangle and in a quiet street between Montaigne Avenue, Georges V Avenue and the Champs-Elysees, lies a hotel that associates the brilliant architecture of the Hausmann era with a contemporary elegant style. The hotel is La Tremoille is always one of the jewels in Paris’ realm of traditional deluxe hotels.
3. Banke Hotel
Banke Hotel is a luxury boutique hotel in the centre of Paris, ideal for your stay whether you are on a business trip or vacationing with your partner, with friends or with your family.
The hotel is located in the Opera district, in the very heart of Paris and a stone’s throw from Boulevard Haussmann and the Galeries Lafayette.
4. Hotel Plaza Athenee
The Hotel Plaza Athenee is located on the prestigious Avenue Montaigne, the home of Parisian Haute Couture boasting exclusive labels and couturiers such as Chanel, Dior, and Valentino. In the heart of the triangle d’or area, the hotel is only a few steps away from the River Seine and the Eiffel Tower.
5. InterContinental Paris le Grand Hotel
InterContinental Paris Le Grand is a sumptuous “luxury liner” of 470 rooms, docked along the side facade of the Garnier Opera House, just steps away from some of the capital’s most well known tourist attractions, famous department stores, and the luxury boutiques of the Place Vendome.
6. Paris Marriott Hotel Champs-Elysees
The Paris Marriott Hotel Champs-Elysées, located at number 70 on the famous avenue des Champs-Elysées, where, since the past century, sumptuous head houses have spread the image of French Luxury throughout the world. The hotel is very near from well known places as the Arc de Triomphe or the Place de la Concorde.
7. Sofitel Paris le Faubourg
Located near Place de la Concorde and the mythical Champs Élysées, the Hotel Sofitel Paris le Faubourg is also a few steps away from the exclusive Faubourg Saint-Honoré, internationally renowned for its luxury boutiques. However, this fashionable outpost is also a true haven of tranquillity.
8. Ritz Paris
Stepping through the revolving doors of the legendary Ritz Paris can only be described as magical. From its grand lobby and luxurious suites to its charming bars and elegant dining rooms, this historic landmark never fails to stir the imagination and enchant all who stay here.
Decorated in the classic French style, the 159 opulent rooms and suites of the Ritz Paris have seen their fair share of famous faces including habitues Marcel Proust, Elton John, Oscar de la Renta and Coco Chanel, who was so enamoured with the hotel, that she made it her permanent residence.
9. Hotel Daniel Paris
A haven of elegance and Charm, Hotel Daniel has the intimacy of a private house in the very heart of the Parisian rive droite, between the Champs-Elysses and the Rue du faubourg Saint Honore.
Hotel Daniel is decorated in the style of French XVIII Century, inspired by the art of chinoiserie, blending Asian influences. Discovering its elegantly furnished reception areas, suites, and rooms is like leafing through a traveler’s journal while sinking into the deep satin of the sofa.
10. Hotel Lutetia
Hotel Lutetia is a modern-day reflection of the ‘Belle Epoque’ and Art Deco periods – the embodiment of contemporary, stylish Parisian living. The sculpted Art Deco facade and welcoming statue of Gustave Eiffel, along with pictures of artists that once lived in the hotel, are your first indications that Hotel Lutetia is something special – full of artistic surprises.
A renowned meeting place for artists, writers and politicians, Hotel Lutetia’s busy lobby has a lively edginess with displayed works of art by renowned contemporary artists Arman, Cesar, Philippe Hiquily, Perrin and Thierry Bisch.