The word boutique was coined by the French in the mid 18th century (though its origins date back further with Greek and Latin roots). So, it makes sense that France would be home to some of the most gorgeous boutique hotels in the world with Paris being home to some of the best. These are our favorites of the best boutique hotels in Paris.
A setting best described as true Parisian decadence, Maison Souquet is a lush boutique hotel in a neoclassical building. The design of the hotel comes from formidable designer Jacques Garcia. Its location puts you within minutes of the Moulin Rouge as well as a metro station as well as a walkable distance (just under two miles) to the Louvre. With a bar, spa, and excellent services, Maison Souquet notes that “Only those in the know will experience the luxury of the Maison Souquet, hidden behind an understated façade signaled by two red lanterns. The bawdy, wanton legend of the City of Light was forged in the area around Montmartre, a legend of which the Maison Souquet now forms part.”
Le Roch Hotel & Spa
With a design by Sarah Lavoine, Le Roch Hotel & Spa is ultrachic in its look, service, and location. It is also within a short walk to the Louvre and even shorter walk to Tuileries Garden or a metro station. The Le Roch is a destination in and of itself with its chic rooms and full-service spa. You’ll relax and enjoy the spaces including their bar, lounge, haute restaurant, and also the pool.
The art of simplicity rather than ostentatious splendour is our conception of luxury. It was around this ideal that Le Roch Hotel & Spa, a 37 room boutique hotel with the spirit of a home, offering a sincere welcome, was conceived.
Le Burgundy Paris
We can’t discuss boutique hotels in Paris without a mention of Le Burgundy Paris. Although a boutique hotel is rarely subtle. In this case, the use of progressive design elements offers the style you’d expect of a boutique hotel while maintaining that understated appeal.
The classic décor of the hotel Le Burgundy Paris embodies ageless Parisian chic and blends it with an innovative modernity. The past and the present are seamlessly unified as the creators of today reinvent the expertise of yesterday. Cosy and intimate, the atmosphere of this hotel has real warmth, enhanced by the talents of the artists and artisans who have poured their hearts into its realization.
From the spa to the restaurant to the bar, each guest’s experience is unique at Le Burgundy. Here you will find all of that and also an ideal location. This stylish hotel is a quick walk from Place de la Madeleine and a short walk from the Louvre.
Within a short jaunt to the Stade de France sports stadium or a short walk to the Louvre, Hotel Bachaumont is also near a metro station so you’ll be able to get anywhere you’d like from here. In an art deco-inspired style, this sophisticated hotel has some lovely details including marble writing desks in the individually-decorated rooms.
Located in the Montorgueil neighborhood, the Bachaumont hotel delivers a true Parisian lifestyle experience. With about fifty contemporary and different rooms all respectful of the building identity, Dorothée Meilichzon managed to create an intimate atmosphere in the heart of a sophisticated environment.
With a restaurant and bar on site, you’ll find Hotel Bachamont to be a great base for your Parisian vacation and a lovely place to retire after a long day exploring the city.
You will find that these boutique hotels in Paris have services geared to a sophisticated and specialized clientele. A boutique hotel attracts a discerning guest who has an appreciation for luxury in a special setting. So, are you ready for a stay in one of these hotels? When you’re ready to venture beyond the hotel, consider a meal at one of these Michelin Star restaurants in Paris.