The Most Instagrammable Rooms in Paris

If you don’t document it and share it did it really happen? Of course it did, but what’s the fun in that? When you stay at a stunner of a hotel, you feel compelled to take photos and share them on Instagram because you want others to share in your joy. These are our favorite Instagrammable rooms in Paris.

Hôtel de Vendôme

 

The Most Instagrammable Rooms in Paris
Photo courtesy of Hôtel de Vendôme

 

Equal parts traditional French decadence and modern luxe, the Hôtel de Vendôme’s Instagrammable charm doesn’t stop with its rooms, you’ll find yourself with your smartphone all over the hotel (most notably, Restaurant HDV as well as the views from most of the rooms).

 

This luxury hotel, built in 1723 by Pierre Perrin, secretary to the Sun King, Louis XIV, and located in Place Vendome, combines modernity and originality with its unique decor and refined colors. Its 20 rooms and 9 suites share in the hotel’s unparalleled sophisticated elegance. Each room is unique and offers 5-star comfort and tranquility. Once owned by the Vendome family, this hotel is an exclusive Paris residence.

 

Le Roch Hotel & Spa

 

 

As you may expect when you opt for a boutique hotel, you’ll find luxe comfort, design inspiration, and a multitude of angles to shoot for Instagram. Le Roch Hotel & Spa is one such place.

 

As refined as it is welcoming, as chic as it is casual, Le Roch Hotel & Spa maintains a rare balance between the comfortable feel of a home and the world-class services of a five-star establishment… A place with an unmistakably Parisian ambience, where guests can discover the charming hospitality of a remarkably committed team and where the level of comfort and amenities are distinctly upscale. A place with a courtyard garden and a sunny terrace, a spa and a swimming pool bathed in daylight.

 

Clearly, ideal for that Instagram boost.

Hôtel du Petit Moulin

 

The Most Instagrammable Rooms in Paris
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Edina Monsoon may exclaim, “Lacroix darling, Lacroix!” and she’d be right on the money with the Hôtel du Petit Moulin. As they note, the hotel “offers a unique atmosphere to travelers, an atmosphere signed by the famous fashion designer Christian Lacroix. He fell in love with the atypical spaces of the establishment, ‘crooked’ and ‘labyrinthine’, similar to ‘doll houses’. Each room and suite offers a personalized decoration, highly trendy. The spirit of Christian Lacroix and his incomparable style are found through every detail.” Another boutique hotel that will be the envy of your Instagram followers.

Hôtel Costes

 

The Most Instagrammable Rooms in Paris
Photo courtesy of Hôtel Costes

 

Powdery velvets, the use of filtered lights, the typical scent, the energy in each detail, a permanent coming and going, regular guests, the Hôtel Costes is a motionless journey.

 

The hotel’s description sounds more like a description of a set for a photo shoot so it’s no surprise it made our short list of Paris’ most Instagrammable Rooms.

 

Designed by Jean Louis Costes & Jacques Garcia in 1995, the hotel is a living space where the scenery is designed for each moment of the day: pass through the sound gallery, laze about on the patio, confidently lunch on a few ‘asperges impeccables’, sip a cup of tea near the fireplace, swim in the pool, nibble a “black angus” grilled filet with bearnaise sauce in your room in the middle of the night, drink an essential mojito with Gregory at the bar and why not carry on until the early hours by listening to the DJ set… before falling into a sleep as deep and warm as velvet.

 

Documentable decadence at its best!

A visit to Paris helps create great fodder for your Instagram account. So, tell us, will you be staying in one of these Instagrammable rooms in Paris? After you posted all about your room and your hotel, you’ll certainly want to post some photos of great food. Why not try these Michelin Star Restaurants in Paris?

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