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The First Hotel Paris is situated in the 15th arrondissement which is one of the city’s most bustling and romantic quarters. The distinctive interior design is the work of chic specialist, Laurent Mangoust. He wanted his unique hotel design to be lighthearted and drew inspiration from the opulent 19th Century ...
Amid a host of chic, modern boutique hotels, the Hotel Saint-Merry stands as a historical testament to the rich heritage of the Marais quarter in Paris. This former presbytery of Saint Merry’s church, or former clergy quarters, was converted into a 12 room hotel that transports you through time to ...
Once home to a trendy nightclub (think: Paris’ version of NYC’s Studio 54) where Andy Warhol, Robert de Niro, the Sex Pistols and even the Rolling Stones frequented, Les Bains is now an elegant hotel in the heart of Paris. But not to worry, there still remains a small club ...
Located in Paris’ Marais District in the third arrondissement, the Petit Moulin is a four-star boutique hotel lavishly decorated by famed French designer, Christian Lacroix. The hotel was once even used as the King’s residence in the late 15th century. Later, the ground floor of the former residence was turned ...
If you stay here you can sleep in one of the world’s only levitation beds. It appears to hover a couple of feet from the ground and is under-lit by the glow of LED and above you, a fiber-optic night sky is sprayed over your ceiling. That’s pretty great, right? ...
The Saint James Paris is an especially rare find as one of the last of the chateau style hotels in Paris. Burrowed amid landscaped gardens, this property has borne witness to many events since it served as a residence of Napoleon III, the first hot-air balloon airfield in the city, ...
Since its initial opening in 1913, Hotel Plaza Athenee has been the embodiment of Parisian opulence and sophistication. Its address on Avenue Montaigne has attributed to its status as the center of haute couture. Inspired by the spirit of bravura of the world’s most talented fashion designers, the conceptual design ...
In the shadow of the Eiffel Tower, on the banks of Seine is a palace that was once home to Prince Roland Bonaparte. Today, it is what Forbes has called “the best luxury hotel in Paris.” The hotel combines Napoleonic finery with slap-bang views of the Eiffel Tower unrivaled by ...
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For many people, Parisian hotels are always going to be a crystal chandelier affair with Louis the XVI chairs and hankies flopped around the place. But for us at Uniqhotels it is all about vaulting design that overleaps itself and… well, this is no time for Shakespeare. Why not? Because ...
Take a walk along the quaint paving stones of a street known as “the passage of the witch’s rock” in Montmartre and you will find a guesthouse that artfully shows how modern design can be woven into traditional Parisian architecture. Originally an eighteenth-century mansion set amid sculptured gardens by Louis ...
Hotel Everland is not a hotel. It is the subjective dream of a hotel. It is a project by artist duo, Sabina Lang and Daniel Baumann, better known as L/B. Part of the ‘Life Art’ movement, the duo creates works that involve the viewer in the moment of art itself. ...