the best boutique hotels in town

the best boutique hotels in town

All the charm of Paris is also present in hotels in the city. For having a more classic and romantic atmosphere, some of the accommodations have more traditional and refined decorations. In addition to them, there are also other more modern spaces that use the artistic and youthful vibe there as inspiration.
As you already know, Paulo and I always give preference to boutique hotels. They usually have the most intimate and cozy atmosphere, you know? The rooms most of the times have a super authentic decoration and full of personality. Since I am always researching what are the best places to stay there, I will share with you our findings 😉

The Cinq Codet

the best boutique hotels in town

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Perfect for those who prefer to be very close to tourist attractions, Le Cinq Codet is less than a 20-minute walk from the Eiffel Tower. It has a super modern contemporary style, especially when compared to other luxury hotels in the city. Some of the rooms have a simpler design, but are decorated with photographs and pictures that transform the space.
Ah, if you like to have lunch or dinner at the hotel, you can rest assured! Their restaurant is very good and the atmosphere is super cozy. Some common areas of the hotel have incredible views of the city, even with the Eiffel Tower in the background.

Hotel Providence Paris

the best boutique hotels in town

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The rooms at the Hôtel Providence are super original and with a very eccentric decor. All of them are decorated in dark tones and some with very different wallpapers, such as golden leaves or white flowers on a black background.
Both the accommodations and the other rooms of the hotel have a more vintage feel and it is as if you were in a period hotel. Their restaurant and bar is also great, it is worth trying a drink or one of the dishes, such as roasted vegetables with burrata.

Mama Shelter

the best boutique hotels in town

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Mama Shelter is super trendy and cool. The rooms have a concrete wall that leaves the room with a more rustic look that I love. The hotel’s restaurant is also great, and the menu is a mix of French and American cuisine.
The hotel’s terrace is also beautiful and full of tables and sofas for those who want to spend some time there having a drink. Ah, the rooms come in different categories and prices, so you can stay in it even if you can’t afford to spend that much money.

Parister Hotel

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All the decoration of the Hôtel Parister follows a simpler style. If you prefer more unpretentious places, you will love this hotel. The deluxe accommodation even has a super nice terrace, ideal for those who enjoy reading in the morning or spending time enjoying the place before going to sleep.
Another cool thing about the place is that, in addition to the pool and gym, they have a special room for people to practice yoga. That is, if you usually play sports, you will not have the excuse that the hotel did not have a space dedicated to that!

The Royal Monceau

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Simplicity and refinement are the main words I would use to describe Le Royal Monceau. It was renovated by Philippe Starck, who is a super famous French designer. His inspiration for setting the accommodations was the 40s and 50s, so the classic style is what predominates in the hotel.
It is very well located, close to the Arc de Triomphe and the Champs-Elysées. Those who enjoy fashion and want to buy designer clothes will also enjoy the region a lot. It is a unique experience and I believe that anyone would love to stay in this place!

Da Vinci Hotel

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As the name says, it is impossible not to think that Hôtel da Vinci has no artistic influences, right? The rooms are divided by themes, all involving art. Some of the divisions are Monna Lisa, Médicis, and Renascença. The 24 rooms also have some more vintage elements that make the spaces even more authentic.
The location of the pool is also very different. The walls are lined with dark tiles with some lights, as if they were stars. It is the ideal place for those who love art, classic hotels and unique decorations – all together with great comfort.

Laz ‘Hotel

the best boutique hotels in town

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The Laz ‘Hotel has a charming atmosphere, with a very contemporary and welcoming decor. Some rooms have a wall covered in white bricks that make the accommodation a breeze. The hotel’s bar and restaurant are also great, with a huge variety of options on the menu, from sweet pastries to cheeses accompanied by wines and cocktails 🙂

Hotel Adèle & Jules

the best boutique hotels in town

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One of the things I like most about Hôtel Adèle & Jules is the balconies in some of the rooms. It is super charming and charming. The accommodations are very welcoming and the decor is a mix of more colorful textures with other neutral tones.
It is not very close to tourist attractions, but the metro station Grands Boulevards is very close to the place. The area is also full of very good restaurants, it’s even difficult to choose which one to go to 🙂
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You realized that there is an option for all tastes, right? From more modern spaces to other super classic and traditional ones. If you want to know more about Paris, just watch the vlogs that are on the channel!

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