Choosing a hotel in Paris is no mean feat! Of course you might be looking at budget hotels, or alternative accommodation to keep the cost down but if you’re looking for luxury and willing to spend the extra penny your choice of A class hotels is endless. To help you sift through the over priced and over hyped, we’ve compiled our first short list of top notch hotels to stay in for a trendy and fashionable experience in the city of light and love. Image Via : Traveldaisy.net
The luxurious Relais Christine was once a private residence before turning into a boutique hotel in the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Près. Ideally located just minutes walk from the Latin quarter, Relais Christine boasts a stunning and relaxing spa alongside its elegant and opulently designed guest rooms.
La Maison Favart
Conveniently located near the dramatic Opéra Garnier, La Maison Favart takes a more modern twist on traditional luxury. Many of their rooms feature timely décor such as gilt mirrors and intricate cornices all with a slick swipe of popping color. You’ll adore their serene swimming pool set in a cave alongside a small sauna and fitness room.
Le Pavillon de la Reine
Timeless luxury at its finest, Le Pavillon de La Reine is kitted out with modern furnishes, delicate lighting in the form of chandeliers and ornate wallpapers. While many of their rooms feature his and hers sinks, the location in the Place des Vosges, Marais couldn’t be more central.
The ultimate hotel on the left bank, the four star elegance of Le Six wins hands down. Ideal for any trip be it pleasure or business, Le Six is home to contemporary rooms with a focus on relaxation and glamor. Their glass roofed lounge bar and library is not to be missed!
For those with a little more passion in their bones, Hotel Amour is the only place to stay! With two locations, one in the 9th and the other in the 10th Arrondissement, you can choose from duplex rooms with double floors, or standard rooms ranging from single to superior. Each room has it’s own theme of décor revolving around love and the bohemian style. It’s here you’ll find saucy additives like mirrored walls and erotic art without a television in sight – the idea being that watching T.V. should be furthest from your mind! Suitable for couples not families, unleash your wild and free spirited side at Hotel Amour.
Looking for something a little extraordinary in Paris? Hotel Daniel although located in the central area of the Champs-Elysées and minutes from the Arc de Triomphe, intrigues with its Asian inspired interior. With the feel of an apartment but with the perks of a hotel, Hotel Daniel’s furnishings have all been collected by the owners on their travels throughout the world. If you love hand-painted wallpaper, Chinese room dividers and the authenticity of bamboo mat curtains, you’ll fall in love with this luxurious piece of Asia in the heart of Paris.
Four star boutique hotel Mon Hotel is a haven of contemporary luxury. Located minutes away from the Arc de Triomphe off a quiet side street, Mon Hotel is as close to couture as a hotel can get. Featuring padded black walls, glass light fixtures, popping black, red and vibrant red corridors, each area of Mon Hotel has its own color scheme and fashion edge. Many rooms contain a Nespresso machine for coffee addicts as well as a state of the art phone/radio dock.
Another 10th Arrondissement gem, Hotel Providence emulates the typical Parisian way of life. Decked out with fireplaces, wooden floors, marble mosaics and vintage furniture, you’ll find out how the other half lives in Paris through your stay here. Individually decorated rooms are fully equipped with IMacs, ice makers and a cocktail bar all at your disposal for the high life. Their rooftop view over Montmartre is so quintessentially postcard-esque you’ll never want to leave!
Hotel du Petit Moulin
Centrally located in the heart of the Marais, at Hotel du Petit Moulin you have all of the vibrancy and eclectic vibe of the quartier at your fingertips. It’s interiors are designed by none other than designer Christian Lacroix and are as individual as the hotel itself. Originally part of Paris’s first boulangerie, the façade still remains to hark back to its roots. Each room resembles that of a pristine dolls house, all with the signature Lacroix twist.
Known for their distinctive glossy red bedroom doors, Saint James rooms may look the same from the outside but once you step in, you’ll see that boudoir has its own concept. Paying homage to historical figures and the world in which they lived, your room will be dedicated to them. Their Last Queen of Scotland room features plaid and panther spots at every turn while on the opposite side of the spectrum, their Small Gray pays tribute to the history of the tin roofs of Paris. This is the ideal hotel for those who love elegance and opulence with a side of daring eccentricity.