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Top 5 Boutique Hotels in Paris

Monday, October 27th, 2008

Want to book a smart boutique hotel for a chic city break in the European capital of style and elegance? Take a look at 5 of the best design hotels in Paris available on

All ideally located in the city center, these Paris boutique hotels offer modern amenities and trendy interiors designed by famous French artists.

1. Hotel Bellechasse Saint-Germain Paris

The Bellechasse Saint-Germain is a small boutique hotel in Paris boasting unique interiors by famous French fashion designer Christian Lacroix. This wonderful design hotel also enjoys an outstanding location near the Musée d’Orsay, and a 10-minute walk from the Louvre Museum and the trendy Latin Quarter. The perfect spot for fashionistas, style junkies and art lovers visiting Paris!

Completely renovated in 2007, the Hotel Bellechasse offers very special guest rooms. All individually decorated by Christian Lacroix with beautiful frescoes and rich fabrics, these splendid hotel rooms feature iPod station, free wifi and flat-screen TV.

Hotel staff speak English, French and Spanish.

2. Hotel des Académies et des Arts

The Hôtel des Académies et des Arts is a great hotel for a romantic break in Paris. Ideally located in a small quiet street in the area of Boulevard Montparnasse, near the Luxembourg Gardens and Place Saint-Sulpice, this lovely boutique hotel in Paris welcomes guests in a warm, modern space and provides them with excellent, personalized service.

Des Académies et des Arts hotel rooms are small and cozy. Guests can choose between Art Deco bedrooms, Creative Art bedrooms and Classic Style bedrooms. In addition, some rooms overlook the hotel courtyard where are some of the greatest art works by French painter Jérôme Mesnager.

The perfect hotel in Paris if you like modern art.

3. The Five Hotel

The  Five is a fantastic design hotel situated in Paris Latin Quarter. Guests will enjoy the charm and the style of this small boutique hotel designed by Isabel Emmerique and characterized by the use of Chinese lacquer and fresh shades.

Hotel rooms boast ultramodern design and are decorated with different colors creating various atmospheres. Guests have the choice between the energy of the orange room, the tranquility of the black room, the discretion of the beige room, the richness of the violet room and the quietness of the green room.

Hotel staff speak French, Spanish, German, Italian and English.

4. Hotel Ares Tour Eiffel

The Ares Tour Eiffel is a design hotel located in Paris city center. Situated in the lively Motte-Piquet district, just a few minutes walk from the Eiffel Tower, the Champ de Mars gardens and the Village Suisse antique market, this charming Paris hotel welcomes guests in a contemporary décor with soft shades and modern furnitures.

The Hotel Ares Tour Eiffel offers spacious comfortable rooms featuring modern amenities including 26′ TV, movies on demand and free Internet access. This boutique hotel is a great spot for international guests and design fans visiting Paris.

Hotel staff speak French, English, Spanish and Italian.

5. Hotel Odéon Saint-Germain

The Odéon Saint-Germain is a small, charming hotel situated in the heart of Paris, just a few steps from Odéon metro station, Place Saint-Sulpice and the Luxembourg Gardens. Featuring trendy but non-minimalist interiors, this elegant Paris hotel welcomes guests in a luxurious lounge that blends Middle-Age style and regency furnishing design harmoniously.

Th Odéon Saint-Germain offers romantic hotel rooms and suites boasting an intimate atmosphere. Room amenities include wireless internet access and satellite TV.

Hotel staff speak French and English.

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Venere Travel Blog writer anna lia gerardi

I love travelling and writing about my experiences. From my early years I have kept a passion for different cultures and habits and for languages. I speak Italian and Spanish fluently, alongside my native English, and after many years of roaming around I have established myself in beautiful Rome. Google+

2 responses to “Top 5 Boutique Hotels in Paris”

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  1. A reader says:
    January 6th, 2009 at 08:50

    Wow, very chic !. Being a regular visitor to Paris, I still struggle to find a good hotel especially on a budget. Next time will definitely try one of these hotels.

  2. Evanston IL hotels says:
    April 15th, 2011 at 19:32

    Paris is one of the most beautiful cities. Many of us are definitely in search of information about hotels in Paris. As well as the photos in the post are also beautiful.

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