The new Parisian hotels that will make you want to sleep

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Do you want to leave your two-piece kitchen and drop the children to curl up in a comfy cocoon? Whether it's for a pajama party with the girlfriends or an outdoor party with your boyfriend: a short list of all the new hotels that make you want to go to bed right away.

Proust House

The spirit: a trip to the Paris of the Belle Époque , when Proust and his elite friends remade the world in aristocratic salons. For this pleasantly calm new setting (yet located in the heart of the Marais ), the owners of Maison Souquet have once again placed their trust in Jacques Garcia , emperor of the arches and himself a history buff, who signs for Maison Proust an extraordinary decor: woodwork , velvet and carpet on the bar side, large themed rooms (23 in total, spread over 6 floors) dressed in colorful tapestries by Pierre Frey and Cordoba leather , portraits of painters ripped off at auction for years, library of a thousand wonders... This new intellectual and resolutely romantic address not lacking in character. Highlight of the show, reserved for hotel guests? A “ Salon d'Eau ” worthy of 1001 Nights housing an orientalist swimming pool and its hammam , and even three treatment cabins accessible to all by reservation.

The added plus: the bewitching and hushed bar, where you can linger over a professional breakfast at romantic cocktail hour… The Meilleur Ouvrier de France mixologist Pierrick Baudry signs a menu of intoxicating potions including La Madeleine ( pineau des Charentes, Grand Marnier, Amaretto di Saronno, vanilla infused vodka, lemon juice, €17) or the alcohol-free Mademoiselle Vinteuil (Williams pear, green peppercorn bergamot, pomegranate purée, lemon juice, Elderflower Tonic, €13).

Maison Proust, 26 rue de Picardie, Paris 3rd. Rooms from 600

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Lady of the Arts

The spirit: a very New Wave cinematographic atmosphere , chic and graphic. Planted in Saint-Germain-des-Prés , the Hotel Dame des Arts stretches in an imposing building dating from the 50's, bearing the signature of the designer Raphaël Navot ( Silencio , Hôtel National des Arts et Métiers ) who awakened the soul arty of this little urban jewel to print, from the lobby to the rooms, an enveloping elegance all in roundness. Supported by mineral colors, a good dose of wood, tailor-made furniture, velvety materials and 700 works of art, the hotel sets a truly unique modern style and unfolds attributes with a high power of seduction . From the ground floor, there is the surprise of an intimate garden adjoining the restaurant where you can already imagine having breakfast lulled by the chirping of birds on sunny days. Entrusted to the Mexican chef Othoniel Alvarez Castaneda , the restaurant offers fusion cuisine that is well in tune with the times with quality products sourced from the best craftsmen on the left bank. The short menu with sharing option unfolds tempting proposals, impeccably twisted and well seasoned! The must for a night of love? The splendid 26 m 2 penthouse suite captures the Sacré Cœur in its line of sight from its bathroom and a double terrace admiring the Eiffel Tower . Perfect decor to awaken his imagination.

The added plus: head to the 9th floor to discover the crazy rooftop bar and its 360° postcard view of Paris! The jewel of the Hotel Dame des Arts which will make the aperitif a magical moment. Far from the asphalt, perched high up, you can savor Signature cocktails, wines of all colors, homemade juices... To accompany these sweet beverages, the foods will arrive in tapas mode. And the soundtrack will take care of raising the temperature when the city lights come on. Can not wait for the spring ! Rooftop bar open daily from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Hotel Dame des Arts , 4 rue Danton, Paris 6th. Rooms from €279.

Too Hotel

The spirit: a celestial, unexpected, unclassifiable atmosphere. The TOO Hotel , Laurent Taïeb 's ( Madame Rêve ) latest baby , has moved closer to the sky at the top of one of Jean Nouvel's Duo Towers planted in the effervescent 13th arrondissement. A hotel UFO entrusted to the talent of Philippe Starck who breaks the codes by falling in love with a futuristic modernity, Tokyo or New York atmosphere . “ A suspended castle ” which begins on the 17th floor and 80 meters high! Or when getting laid has never been so first degree... Imminent take-off in the rooms (139 in total including 6 with terrace) which offer the sky within sight and fall in love with the city in all its breadth and full height. Inevitably, Philippe Starck has pushed the cursor far in the dreamlike trip with beds that do not touch the walls to reinforce the effect of weightlessness and large mirrors that double the urban landscape, a breathtaking panorama embracing all the monuments of Paris in each of the rooms. Add a luxurious fully glazed panoramic restaurant which reinforces the sensation of gentle vertigo. And the TOO Chill spa with its outdoor jacuzzi where you can relax on a tree-lined terrace while admiring the sunrise: an option highly recommended for lovers...

The added plus: the aptly named TOO TacTac Skybar hoisted to the 27th floor, squarely clinging to the clouds! From its impressive terrace, the sensation is unprecedented and with the impression of no longer being in Paris at all. Surrealist. Open every day from 4 p.m.

Too Hotel , 65 rue Bruneseau, Paris 13th. Rooms from €220.


The spirit: a brand new urban refuge on the left bank , a stone's throw from the last Perchoir which attracts all the cool fauna of the Parisian West Coast. The interior design is worked from floor to ceiling, concrete meeting natural materials such as wood , leather , stone and plants , like these ultra-stylish architect houses in the middle of forests, i. he ideal place to put down your suitcase when the need to recharge your batteries begins to be felt. A meeting place for epicurean travelers where the very organic atmosphere results from the encounter between urban modernity and Parisian authenticity. Promising a highly comfortable and welcoming stay, the rooms take on the appearance of a “ Dream under the roof ” or a “ Stroll with a view of the Eiffel Tower ”, depending on the name they bear.

The added bonus: a spa with very mineral notes equipped with a fitness room with WaterRower brand machines and wooden equipment , which will bring a new dimension to the training sessions of the most athletic travellers.

The Bellune Bar Hotel & Spa, 35 boulevard Victor Hugo, Paris 15th. Rooms from 172

Faubourg Saint Germain pavilion

The spirit: why not book a night of Parisian love in this new haunt of Saint-Germain-des-Prés ? The decor of the rooms, signed Didier Benderli (also behind the Pavillon de la Reine of the same Chevalier Paris hotel group ), recalls the chic and cozy atmosphere of beautiful Parisian apartments with pastel leather headboards , rounded lines and a sublime parquet point of Hungary . As a bonus: a Codage spa with swimming pool in the basement, replacing an old cabaret . Divine.

The extra thing: in addition to the chic bistro of Thibault Sombardier , whose merits have already been praised to you, between the library (self-service) and the restaurant nestles James Joyce , the cocktail bar of the Faubourg Saint Germain Pavilion . Intimate, you can settle down in an upscale English club setting for signature cocktails by the fireside. Among the star potions: the Pré n°5 Vodka infused with chilli, lychee, rose, raspberry and hibiscus (€18) and the Coconut Dandy clarified with milk, Pisco Waqar, coconut, pineapple, lime (€17).

Pavillon Faubourg Saint-Germain & Spa, 5 rue du Pré aux Clercs, Paris 7th. Rooms from €385.

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Chateau Voltaire

The spirit: halfway between the people and relaxed spirit of the Château Marmont and the inimitable style of the Chiltern Firehouse in London, this is the new address which already concentrates the entire fashion sphere and the international jet-set passing through Paris. Located at the corner of rue Saint-Roch and avenue de l'Opéra, Thierry Gillier , founder of Zadig & Voltaire , installed his first 5-star hotel in the brand's former headquarters, including the brasserie and bar are a worldly must-go. Its 32 rooms turn out to be absolutely cool, with the highlight being the apartment suite with terrace, a new hot-spot for interviews with stars on promotion for their films or tours...

The added plus: the insane spa, which can be privatized by the hour for customers.

Château Voltaire 55 rue Saint-Roch, Paris 1st . Rooms from p. from 425 €

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Mr Aristide

The spirit: back in the 30's! Monsieur Aristide , the latest boutique hotel from the Adresse hotel group (Monsieur Cadet and Monsieur George), promises a journey into the bohemian spirit of Montmartre and the Belle Époque . It's all in the details of a staging masterfully orchestrated by interior designer Marion Collard. From the reception counter, a spatio-temporal gap opens revealing jukebox, velvet sofas, terrazzo floor (created from rubble), mahogany bar counter, bamboo armchairs, globe light fixtures, ceramic lamps, old radios in the rooms, carpets on the stairs... Antique furniture and original creations create a unique and charming atmosphere that makes you forget almost everything...

The added bonus: the creative and refined cocktails created in collaboration with The Little Red Door , such as the Negroni with Baldoria house vermouth, Karini rosé with flower petals or Mojito twisted with oregano that the bartenders infuse themselves. The Café Aristide table and its decor as retro as it is comforting (ask for the table with the two banquettes) does not have to be ashamed either of its menu inspired by Italy: delicious polpette al sugo, polenta with gorgonzola or casarecce with nduja To la puttanesca give an air of dolce vita in the heart of Paris. Note that as soon as the fine weather simmers, you can sit on the terrace and discover the hidden garden...

Monsieur Aristide , 3 rue Aristide Bruant, 18th. Room from €199.

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Mrs Dream

The spirit: installed in the former post office of the Louvre, Madame Rêve appears as the great 5-star ecological hotel project signed Laurent Taieb (Le Trésor, Bon, Kong) highly anticipated. In total: 82 super sexy rooms with terraces, straight out of a modern day Parisian tale that offer an absolutely unique and breathtaking view of the city.

The extra thing: take the opportunity to get drunk with a cocktail at the bar, the most socialite and glam' of the neighborhood or curl up at Plume , the restaurant in the hotel's firmament, which is inspired by recipes from contemporary Japan made by Benjamin Six of the mythical Zuma in London.

Madame Rêve 48 rue du Louvre, Paris 1st. Rooms from p. of €500.

Pet Hotel

The spirit: a stone's throw from the Opéra Garnier, visible from the rooms, Chouchou defies the 4-star establishment and plays the chauvinist spirit to the fullest in a mix of pop and urban styles in the bar, bling in the hall of mirrors which serves as an entrance, and contemporary in the rooms draped in midnight blue by the architect Michael Malapert. With its mini-market, its guinguette bar and its artistic programming, Le Chouchou wants to establish itself much more than just a simple hotel: a cool place to live for tourists and Parisians.

The added bonus: the three private baths with jacuzzi and sensory showers for lounging and recharging your batteries with your toes fanned out in a cozy seventies atmosphere and nicely kitsch with its subdued lighting. A boosted erotic-sensual parenthesis by the soundtrack of your choice…

Chouchou Hotel , 11 rue du Helder, 9th. Rooms from €200.

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The Hotel of the Two Stations

The spirit: the latest baby of the Tourist group founded by Adrien Gloaguen , Les Deux Gares , located in a folkloric street in the trendy 10th arrondissement, presents itself as an invitation to love foolishness in a joyful decor where we find the touch of madness of the everyone's talking about English decorator, Luke Edward Hall . Special dedication to the devilishly glamorous bathrooms and the view that gives an air of Lost in Translation made in Paname.

The added bonus: take advantage of it for dinner in their signature bistro considered one of the best foodie tables in Paris (awarded the prize for best bistro 2021 by Le Fooding ) where the sensational Jonathan Schweizer works gourmet miracles.

Hôtel des Deux Gares , 2 rue des Deux Gares, Paris 10th. Rooms from p. of €100.

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The spirit: just behind the Élysée , Olivier Breuil's family hotel has changed its name and has been given a makeover to become a real little haven of peace inviting calm and slow life . The height of romance, room 101 with its comfy private terrace, all-wood four-poster bed and hanging chair is the ideal cocoon for a romantic break. Special mention for the beautiful golden ginkgo leaf sconces designed by the owner's 9-year-old son, the natural and made in France Terre de Mars cosmetics in the bathrooms and the bar to raise bubbles in the room all night long (79 € a bottle of Moët & Chandon Impérial Brut).

The extra thing: the superb cinema room in the basement, with its huge, super-deep cream sofas, perfect for curling up in front of a selection of DVDs or while logging into your Netflix or Amazon accounts , at any time of day or night. at night, and even privatized with package. A desire for a particular film? We're working to find it for you.

Cloud , 30 rue Jean Mermoz, Paris 8th. Rooms from €224, room 101 to €450.

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The spirit: in the heart of popular Belleville , Babel embodies the mix of influences with characterful rooms at low prices, pieces by artists and pretty second-hand trinkets that we would love to steal (but we won't), in a setting on stage all in terracotta, greens and patinas signed Daphné Desjeux (also behind the new Sookie hotel ). Its added value? Instagrammable of coolness over every square inch, this true living space is unlike any other.

The added plus: its incredibly comforting brunch (€28) which demonstrates the ultra-strong commitment of William Attal, Joris Bruneel and Clarie Feral-Akram at the helm. The idea? Push local producers with coffee from the Brûlerie de Jourdain , Kodama teas and infusions , spirits from the Distillerie de Paris, breads and pastries from Sain or even fruit from the Zingam grocery store , just next door.

Babel , 3 rue Lemon, Paris 20th. Rooms from €120.

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The spirit: it's like being propelled into an opulent Milanese building, with its terrazzo floor and rounded corners. But in the rooms, it's more of an upper-class sleeper spirit, all in lacquered wood, imagined by architects Samantha Hauvette and Lucas Madani , who were given carte blanche to bring this aging institution back to life. next to the Eiffel Tower and the latest addition to the Orso group (Rochechouart, Ami, Cabane hotels). And what about the hotel bar, a real headquarters at aperitivo time, which deals Bellini and Negroni (€11) to complete the Italian cinema atmosphere?

The added plus: its improbable Nordic bath and sauna nestled right in the middle of the rooftops of Paris with a view of the neighboring Iron Lady, on a terrace straight out of a Sorrentino film . A pure moment of love, out of time and space, to evacuate all the stress and regain a doll's complexion.

Wallace , 89 rue Fondary, Paris 15th. Rooms from €159.

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