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Chess Hotel

Paris, FranceMap

Once mere apprentices to legendary designers Philippe Starck and Christian Liaigre, Patrick Gilles and Dorothee Boissier have since stepped out into the limelight, racking up commissions from prestigious brands like Moncler, Mandarin Oriental, and the Four Seasons. At the Chess Hotel, it’s easy to see why the duo is in high demand. In the wrong hands, themed design can take a very wrong turn toward kitschy, but the chess concept here is executed with sophistication. White-and-black...

Once mere apprentices to legendary designers Philippe Starck and Christian Liaigre, Patrick Gilles and Dorothee Boissier have since stepped out into the limelight, racking up commissions from prestigious brands like Moncler, Mandarin Oriental, and the Four Seasons. At the Chess Hotel, it’s easy to see why the duo...

Once mere apprentices to legendary designers Philippe Starck and Christian Liaigre, Patrick Gilles and Dorothee Boissier have since stepped out into the limelight, racking up commissions from prestigious brands like Moncler, Mandarin Oriental, and the Four Seasons. At the...

Once mere apprentices to legendary designers Philippe Starck and Christian Liaigre, Patrick Gilles and Dorothee Boissier have since stepped out into...

from$184

Hotel de Nell

Paris, FranceMap

On a quiet street in Paris’s Ninth Arrondissement, a short stroll from the Palais Garnier Opera House, is Hotel de Nell. The 33-room property, dreamed up by local firm Wilmotte & Associés SA, is all about sophisticated cleanliness that conjure Japanese minimalism. Bathed in natural light, the white guestrooms with rounded windows have charming views—of either the inner courtyard or the neo-Gothic Sainte-Cécile Church. Each bathroom is anchored by a Japanese tub fashioned from raw marble...

On a quiet street in Paris’s Ninth Arrondissement, a short stroll from the Palais Garnier Opera House, is Hotel de Nell. The 33-room property, dreamed up by local firm Wilmotte & Associés SA, is all about sophisticated cleanliness that conjure Japanese minimalism. Bathed in natural light, the white guestrooms with...

On a quiet street in Paris’s Ninth Arrondissement, a short stroll from the Palais Garnier Opera House, is Hotel de Nell. The 33-room property, dreamed up by local firm Wilmotte & Associés SA, is all about sophisticated cleanliness that conjure Japanese minimalism. Bathed in...

On a quiet street in Paris’s Ninth Arrondissement, a short stroll from the Palais Garnier Opera House, is Hotel de Nell. The 33-room property...

from$312

Hotel Molitor Paris

Paris, FranceMap

After opening in 1929, Piscine Molitor fast became a Parisian hotspot. Built by architect Lucien Pollet, the ocean liner–inspired pool complex with Art Deco stained glass windows was inaugurated by Olympian—and future Tarzan—Johnny Weismuller. Seventeen years later, the world’s first bikini was unveiled here too. Although Molitor’s glorious past revolves around bathing celebrities, the site fell into ruin by 1989, instead attracting graffiti artists and underground rave parties. Now...

After opening in 1929, Piscine Molitor fast became a Parisian hotspot. Built by architect Lucien Pollet, the ocean liner–inspired pool complex with Art Deco stained glass windows was inaugurated by Olympian—and future Tarzan—Johnny Weismuller. Seventeen years later, the world’s first bikini was unveiled here...

After opening in 1929, Piscine Molitor fast became a Parisian hotspot. Built by architect Lucien Pollet, the ocean liner–inspired pool complex with Art Deco stained glass windows was inaugurated by Olympian—and future Tarzan—Johnny Weismuller. Seventeen years later, the...

After opening in 1929, Piscine Molitor fast became a Parisian hotspot. Built by architect Lucien Pollet, the ocean liner–inspired pool complex with...

from$276

Hotel Montalembert

Paris, FranceMap

Long before design-centric boutique hotels became the new normal, Hotel Montalembert was paving the way. The 1926 building was revamped by designer Christian Liaigre in 1990, with equal creativity devoted to public venues as to guestrooms. Spaces commonly ignored in chain hotels were elevated to destinations in themselves: the lounge a well-appointed and intimate spot for an aperitif, the restaurant a high-end outfit with a curated menu. In a similarly inventive approach, Liaigre furnished...

Long before design-centric boutique hotels became the new normal, Hotel Montalembert was paving the way. The 1926 building was revamped by designer Christian Liaigre in 1990, with equal creativity devoted to public venues as to guestrooms. Spaces commonly ignored in chain hotels were elevated to destinations in...

Long before design-centric boutique hotels became the new normal, Hotel Montalembert was paving the way. The 1926 building was revamped by designer Christian Liaigre in 1990, with equal creativity devoted to public venues as to guestrooms. Spaces commonly ignored in chain hotels...

Long before design-centric boutique hotels became the new normal, Hotel Montalembert was paving the way. The 1926 building was revamped by designer...

from$278

Hotel Panache

Paris, FranceMap

Up-and-comer Dorothée Meilichzon—who won Designer of the Year at Maison & Objet Paris in September 2015—has a real eye for pattern. At Hôtel Paradis, she employed some 57 different wallpapers throughout the interiors. For her next act, she’s dispersed a patchwork of motifs across the carpets, tiled floors, and walls of the new art nouveau-style Panache, in Faubourg Montmartre near the Grands Boulevards. It’s an astute visual solution to the complicated triangular floor plan of the...

Up-and-comer Dorothée Meilichzon—who won Designer of the Year at Maison & Objet Paris in September 2015—has a real eye for pattern. At Hôtel Paradis, she employed some 57 different wallpapers throughout the interiors. For her next act, she’s dispersed a patchwork of motifs across the carpets, tiled floors, and...

Up-and-comer Dorothée Meilichzon—who won Designer of the Year at Maison & Objet Paris in September 2015—has a real eye for pattern. At Hôtel Paradis, she employed some 57 different wallpapers throughout the interiors. For her next act, she’s dispersed a patchwork of...

Up-and-comer Dorothée Meilichzon—who won Designer of the Year at Maison & Objet Paris in September 2015—has a real eye for pattern. At Hôtel...

from$92

Hotel Saint Marc

Paris, FranceMap

The 18th-century Hôtel de Choiseul building—at different times the headquarters for the era’s newspaper, Le National, and an aristocratic Italian restaurant—is the cast for Milan-based design due Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran of Dimore Studio’s fashionable Hôtel Saint-Marc on a corner block beside the Opéra Comique. The firm’s work has been celebrated for burnishing older periods with shiny new polishes. Here, it’s an Art Deco take on the interior, though the result, with its...

The 18th-century Hôtel de Choiseul building—at different times the headquarters for the era’s newspaper, Le National, and an aristocratic Italian restaurant—is the cast for Milan-based design due Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran of Dimore Studio’s fashionable Hôtel Saint-Marc on a corner block beside the...

The 18th-century Hôtel de Choiseul building—at different times the headquarters for the era’s newspaper, Le National, and an aristocratic Italian restaurant—is the cast for Milan-based design due Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran of Dimore Studio’s fashionable Hôtel...

The 18th-century Hôtel de Choiseul building—at different times the headquarters for the era’s newspaper, Le National, and an aristocratic...

from$311

Le Grand Pigalle

Paris, FranceMap

Childhood friends Romée de Goriainoff, Pierre-Charles Cros, and Olivier Bon made their mark on the international mixology scene when Experimental Cocktail Club made its Paris debut in 2007. The cult spot later expanded to London, New York, and Ibiza. After their runaway success, the trio turned to the boutique hotel industry, opening the Grand Pigalle Hotel in Paris’s former red light district. The self-proclaimed “bed and beverage” takes the concept of hotel bar to a new level...

Childhood friends Romée de Goriainoff, Pierre-Charles Cros, and Olivier Bon made their mark on the international mixology scene when Experimental Cocktail Club made its Paris debut in 2007. The cult spot later expanded to London, New York, and Ibiza. After their runaway success, the trio turned to the boutique hotel...

Childhood friends Romée de Goriainoff, Pierre-Charles Cros, and Olivier Bon made their mark on the international mixology scene when Experimental Cocktail Club made its Paris debut in 2007. The cult spot later expanded to London, New York, and Ibiza. After their runaway...

Childhood friends Romée de Goriainoff, Pierre-Charles Cros, and Olivier Bon made their mark on the international mixology scene when Experimental...

from$188

Le Pigalle

Paris, FranceMap

The seedy clubs and brothels of Paris’s red light district, Pigalle, have shuttered in recent years, ushering in a new era for neighborhood. In their place, a slew of stylish cocktail bars, restaurants, and hotels have sprouted. Le Pigalle, housed in a 19th-century neoclassical building, fits into that mold, and like many of the new projects responsible for the gentrification, it weaves the area’s history into its story. Through a series of collaborations with local artists and firms, the...

The seedy clubs and brothels of Paris’s red light district, Pigalle, have shuttered in recent years, ushering in a new era for neighborhood. In their place, a slew of stylish cocktail bars, restaurants, and hotels have sprouted. Le Pigalle, housed in a 19th-century neoclassical building, fits into that mold, and...

The seedy clubs and brothels of Paris’s red light district, Pigalle, have shuttered in recent years, ushering in a new era for neighborhood. In their place, a slew of stylish cocktail bars, restaurants, and hotels have sprouted. Le Pigalle, housed in a 19th-century...

The seedy clubs and brothels of Paris’s red light district, Pigalle, have shuttered in recent years, ushering in a new era for neighborhood. In...

from$174

Le Royal Monceau

Paris, FranceMap

Pierre Bermond and André Junot dominated the luxe French hotel market when they opened Le Royal Monceau Paris in 1928. Starring architecture by Louis Duhayon, the building—an elegant Haussmann-style hôtel particulier in the Eighth Arrondissement—attracted such celebs as Coco Chanel and Maurice Chevalier in its heyday. After a contemporary revamp by Philippe Starck, it is just as enthralling a setting. An on-site art gallery, art bookstore, and art concierge make the hotel an epicenter for...

Pierre Bermond and André Junot dominated the luxe French hotel market when they opened Le Royal Monceau Paris in 1928. Starring architecture by Louis Duhayon, the building—an elegant Haussmann-style hôtel particulier in the Eighth Arrondissement—attracted such celebs as Coco Chanel and Maurice Chevalier in its...

Pierre Bermond and André Junot dominated the luxe French hotel market when they opened Le Royal Monceau Paris in 1928. Starring architecture by Louis Duhayon, the building—an elegant Haussmann-style hôtel particulier in the Eighth Arrondissement—attracted such celebs as...

Pierre Bermond and André Junot dominated the luxe French hotel market when they opened Le Royal Monceau Paris in 1928. Starring architecture by...

from$782

Les Bains

Paris, FranceMap

Marcel Proust used to frequent a Parisian bathhouse set in a stunning Haussmannian building built in the 19th century. Later it morphed into a raucous nightclub, a playground for the likes of bad boys David Bowie and Mick Jagger. Now filmmaker Jean-Pierre Marois has resuscitated it as a hotel by designers Vincent Bastie, Tristan Auer, and Denis Montel. Each of the 39 rooms pays tribute to this heady past, tricked out with white marble, varnished mahogany, and brushed concrete. Custom furniture...

Marcel Proust used to frequent a Parisian bathhouse set in a stunning Haussmannian building built in the 19th century. Later it morphed into a raucous nightclub, a playground for the likes of bad boys David Bowie and Mick Jagger. Now filmmaker Jean-Pierre Marois has resuscitated it as a hotel by designers Vincent...

Marcel Proust used to frequent a Parisian bathhouse set in a stunning Haussmannian building built in the 19th century. Later it morphed into a raucous nightclub, a playground for the likes of bad boys David Bowie and Mick Jagger. Now filmmaker Jean-Pierre Marois has resuscitated...

Marcel Proust used to frequent a Parisian bathhouse set in a stunning Haussmannian building built in the 19th century. Later it morphed into a...

from$334

Mama Shelter Paris

Paris, FranceMap

- hotel year built - 2008 additional property description - more than just rooms or restaurants, mama shelter is a place for living and meeting, a true urban refuge that is beautiful, modern and full of spirit but also folksy, inviting and sexy. make yourself comfortable on one of our sofas to sample our sharing platters, have a drink, relax and sleep like a baby. mama will take care of everything

- hotel year built - 2008 additional property description - more than just rooms or restaurants, mama shelter is a place for living and meeting, a true urban refuge that is beautiful, modern and full of spirit but also folksy, inviting and sexy. make yourself comfortable on one of our sofas to sample our sharing...

- hotel year built - 2008 additional property description - more than just rooms or restaurants, mama shelter is a place for living and meeting, a true urban refuge that is beautiful, modern and full of spirit but also folksy, inviting and sexy. make yourself comfortable on one...

- hotel year built - 2008 additional property description - more than just rooms or restaurants, mama shelter is a place for living and meeting, a...

from$87

Plaza Athenee

Paris, FranceMap

Ever since opening its doors in 1913, when artists and composers started making a habit of dining here after the theater, this grande dame in the shadow of the Champs-Élysées has been a Parisian icon. It became even more of a sought-after destination when Christian Dior decided to open his couture house next door in 1947. Recently, the 208 guestrooms and suites were overhauled—and some are brand new—by the hotel’s longtime design partner, Marie-José Pommereau. Pommereau aptly embraced...

Ever since opening its doors in 1913, when artists and composers started making a habit of dining here after the theater, this grande dame in the shadow of the Champs-Élysées has been a Parisian icon. It became even more of a sought-after destination when Christian Dior decided to open his couture house next door in...

Ever since opening its doors in 1913, when artists and composers started making a habit of dining here after the theater, this grande dame in the shadow of the Champs-Élysées has been a Parisian icon. It became even more of a sought-after destination when Christian Dior...

Ever since opening its doors in 1913, when artists and composers started making a habit of dining here after the theater, this grande dame in the...

from$1132