These New Hotels That Made Us Dream 

The new Hotels in Paris

For a stay in Paris, a romantic night, a pyjama party with your BFF, or just for the pleasure of disconnecting solo, these new hotels have tempted us to book a room in no time.


Grand Mazarin

The Grand Mazarin hotel in Paris

Overview : We had been eagerly anticipating its opening, and it was worth the wait! In the heart of Marais, the third establishment of the Maisons Pariente group (Crillon le Brave in Provence, Lou Pinet in Saint-Tropez) exudes the chic yet relaxed touch of architect Martin Brudnizki, known for the decor of La Fantaisie. Charming, joyful, and quirky, Le Grand Mazarin infuses its 50 rooms and 11 suites with a sumptuous arty spirit, featuring opulent fabrics, vintage furniture, wallpaper with lush prints, and baroque details that evoke a unique emotion. This 14th-century building, proudly boasting 5 stars, has been reinvented down to the basement, which houses a wellness area with a stunning pool adorned with a poetic fresco painted by artist Jacques Merle. It also offers a hammam, a hot tub, a fitness room, and a spa treatment room (coming soon) for indulging in Anne Cali's expert massages.

What sets it apart : The delightful bar on the ground floor, perfect for enjoying top-notch signature cocktails before dining at Boubalé for a gastronomic feast! The new, effervescent restaurant by the Michelin-starred Israeli chef Assaf Granit and his skilled team, already renowned for their expertise at Balagan, Shabour, and Tékés, showcases iconic Ashkenazi cuisine with a touch of glamour. Highlights include the delectable warm challah served with a sumac cream (€10), the chic Russian salad with caviar-potato emulsion (€48), tender shredded chicken with carrot pickles (€31), the famous chocolate mousse with olive oil (€12), and the traditional strudel (€14). It's an endless delight accompanied by an exciting playlist. Best spots : the counter facing the kitchen or the wonderfully soothing winter garden.

Le Grand Mazarin, 17 rue de la Verrerie, Paris 4th. +33 1 83 64 00 65. Rooms start at €600.

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Bloom House hotel & spa

The Bloom House hôtel&Spa

Overview : Feel the vacation vibes in this hotel nestled on a quiet street in the 10th arrondissement between Gare de l'Est and Gare du Nord. Behind the walls of a brand-new building, Bloom House exudes an urban oasis atmosphere, centered around a stunning patio with a zellige-tiled pool that makes you forget you're in the city. A sense of wanderlust permeates every corner of the hotel, with lush décor featuring vibrant colors, natural textures, and carpets covering the floors and even the walls. The lobby features a bar with an XL counter, a restaurant, large wooden tables, and cozy alcoves for working or having a drink. Upstairs, you'll find 91 stylish and inviting rooms, perfectly situated in front of windows that offer captivating views. Some rooms provide a romantic tête-à-tête with the Sacré-Cœur, while others extend to furnished balconies or spacious terraces.

What sets it apart : Bistronomic cuisine with Mediterranean influences, expertly crafted by chef Olivier Streiff. The menu features daring flavor combinations, including dishes like aubergine caviar with banana (€7), veal sweetbreads and bacon samosas with cognac (€10), veal tournedos with polenta, carrots, and licorice (€26), and a mouthwatering Peruvian chocolate fondant with confit bell peppers and popcorn ice cream (€12). For an extra special treat, head to the basement to discover a gem of a spa. The 18-meter pool is surrounded by comfortable loungers and sunbeds, plus a hot tub, sauna, and a well-equipped fitness room with stylish Nohrd equipment. Additionally, there are two treatment rooms, one of which is a double room, where you can indulge in massages and facial and body treatments, benefiting from Fleur’s and Phytomer products. What else ?

Bloom House Hotel & Spa, 23 rue du Château Landon, Paris 10th. +33 1 83 64 53 53. Rooms start at €180.


Le Parchamp 

Le Parchamps hotel in Paris

Overview : Le Parchamp is a cozy haven in Boulogne, exquisitely decorated with inspiration from Auguste Perret and Le Corbusier. The warm, intimate atmosphere, with earthy tones and dark glass, creates a comfortable ambiance. The lobby reveals a bar, a comfortable lounge, and a workspace area. The 123 rooms, overlooking the patio or Square Léon Blum, are adorned with soft shades of green and orange. At lunch and dinner, enjoy authentic and vibrant Levantine-inspired cuisine. On Sundays, treat yourself to a fabulous brunch buffet with unlimited sweet and savory dishes (€44 per person, from 12 pm to 3 pm).

What sets it apart : Head to the hotel's sixth and top floor for cocktails and tapas at the rooftop bar, offering a breathtaking 360° view. Whether it's day or night, with friends or your significant other, take your time to enjoy a Boulogne Star Martini (Vodka Fair Tonka Bean, Saffron Honey, Passion Fruit, Champagne & Orange Blossom) for €16 or a glass of Bordeaux for €13. If you're feeling peckish, share plates like burrata (€11), fried cauliflower with Silan tahini (€8), and pita bread with spicy sauce and grated tomatoes (€7).

Hôtel Le Parchamp, 114 route de la Reine, 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt. +33 1 81 89 06 80. Rooms start at €179.


Pulitzer Paris

The Pulitzer hotel in Paris

Overview : After a complete makeover, this hotel in the heart of the 9th arrondissement on vibrant Faubourg Montmartre exudes cozy elegance from the lobby to the rooms. The multitude of paintings adorning the walls is one of the distinctive features of the place, reminding us of the architect-painter Lázaro Rosa Violán's first passion for decoration. The surprisingly peaceful space offers 44 sophisticated rooms, ranging from the cozy XS attic room for one person at the top of the hotel to a 33 m2 suite with a dreamy round bathtub.

What sets it apart :The patio, covered by a glass roof and bathed in light, features large sofas adorned with plush cushions for extended moments of relaxation. It's the perfect place for an aperitif dinner, with a bar menu offering a collection of well-crafted cocktails : Spritz (€12), Negroni (€14), and the enticing El Diablo, a mix of tequila, cassis cream, lemon, and ginger beer (€16). For hunger pangs, enjoy Spanish-inspired dishes from the Pulitzer Group, including Iberian ham croquettes (€10), pan con tomate (€6), charcuterie platter (€22), and homemade gazpacho (€12). For a hearty appetite, try the burger topped with melted Tomme cheese (€16).

Pulitzer Paris, 23 rue du Faubourg Montmartre, Paris 9th. +33 1 53 34 98 10. Rooms start at €250.


Château des Fleurs 

The Château des Fleurs Hotel

Overview : The same owners as the elegant Relais Christine and Saint James Paris are behind Château des Fleurs, which shares a unique character. The rooms have a decidedly Parisian soul, with cane patterned carpets, parquet floors in some, and charming details like chaise lounges, hand-shaped handles, Murano glass lights, and ochre velvet sofas. Special mention goes to the red and white striped bathrooms, reminiscent of candy wrappers. Our favorite rooms ? The bright Junior Angle Suites (with a view of the neighboring Vuitton hotel) and the Junior Suite Duplex with the bed on the upper level, creating a charming home-like experience just steps away from the Champs-Élysées.

What sets it apart : Upon entering the hotel, behind the majestic bar, you can enjoy high-quality Korean cuisine at the OMA restaurant, led by chef Ji-Hye Park. The dishes are generous and fragrant, featuring options like beef tartare with aioli and Parmesan, served in a brioche bun (€19), or the signature OMA rice with beef paleron, soft-boiled egg, seaweed, pickled radish, and sesame (€23). Finish your meal with one of the best matcha lattes in the city, delightfully fluffy.

Château des Fleurs, 19 rue Vernet, Paris 8th. +33 1 47 20 41 73. Double rooms start at €495.

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Domaine Reine Margot Paris Issy - MGallery

La Reine Margot hotels at Issy-les-Moulineaux

Overview : Things are buzzing in Issy-les-Moulineaux. Just five minutes from the metro, the MGallery's luxury expertise was needed to transform this 17th-century building, previously inhabited by Queen Margot herself (where she sought refuge from the Parisian frenzy and the plague) for nine years, and later by priests for 300 years, into a peaceful haven just a stone's throw from Paris. The estate offers a vast, classified garden with a vegetable garden, orchard, and greenhouse for private events. A brand-new building with refined decor by Jean-Michel Wilmotte, and a bistronomic restaurant under the old house's glass roof, offers delightful queen's bites. It's like experiencing a countryside getaway with just a Navigo card.

What sets it apart : A hidden rum bar in a chapel ! It doesn't get more unusual than this neo-Gothic curiosity where you can enjoy drinks under the gaze of disciples and the restored original stained glass, facing a stunning Mary. This is a fantastic surprise to offer your +1! Additionally, you can book a rum tasting experience among around 400 agricultural references, straight from the sacristy.

Domaine Reine Margot Paris Issy - MGallery, 3 cours de la Reine Margot, 92130 Issy-les-Moulineaux. +33 1 87 53 65 70. Rooms start at €375.

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Near Paris : Maison La Prairie

Maison La Prairie hotel at Egreville

Overview : Located 100 km from Paris, Maison La Prairie is a dream house for rent for a weekend or more with your friends. This project is brought to you by the French start-up The Oasis House, founded by Camille Personnat and Guillaume Prigent. This stunning house offers a fun and rejuvenating countryside experience, featuring a swimming pool, padel court, pétanque court, foosball, ping-pong, bicycles, and a renovated 125 m2 barn for events. Holistic in design and offerings, La Prairie is renovated with natural materials and renewable energy sources. It boasts 12 comfortable rooms, including an XL family room, and common spaces you won't want to leave: a grand living room with a fireplace and piano, and a beautiful kitchen. Additionally, there are two high-end tiny houses that blend into the natural surroundings for a unique experience in the vast landscape.

What sets it apart : The opportunity to book workshops to make your stay more exciting. Choose from cooking classes with chef Chloé Charles, yoga classes, a foraging experience, or painting classes. We love the cushion bar in the house, allowing you to select the perfect softness for a serene night's sleep.

Maison La Prairie, Hameau de Passy, Egreville. 1 hour from Paris (TER train station in Nemmours). Rates range from €1,500 to €1,800 per day.


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