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When personality matters more than size, this luxe boutique in the hip SoPi district is terrific for a short stay.
Read more: Hôtel Maison Souquet
The legendary Paris nightclub-turned-hotel is as dependable for a good night’s sleep as for a good night out.
Read more: Les Bains
A ‘Bed & Beverage’ in the hip SoPi district from the guys behind the Experimental Cocktail Group.
Read more: Grand Pigalle
Chic and classy, a Left Bank favourite among design aficionados – and not even in St-Germain or the Latin Quarter.
Read more: Hôtel Le Cinq Codet
The former ‘urban resort’ is still the perfect base from where to discover the rest of Paris.
Read more: 1K
If you like your hotel to have a bit of history, this Parisian Art Deco beauty in the 16th has it in spades.
Read more: Molitor
Discretion, understated exclusivity and a hot Bruno Doucet bistronomie at this boutique hotel in Paris’s 9th.
Read more: Hôtel de Nell
Futuristic eye candy for design buffs from Ora-Ïto in the very centre of Paris’s 1st.
Read more: Hôtel Odyssey
Keeping to the trusted W formula, brand loyalists will feel right at home at the chain’s first hotel in the French capital.
Read more: W Paris Opéra
An extravagant two-year Philippe Starck facelift later, Paris’ most palatial hotel has reopened. The glitterati bolthole is now one arty - and pricey - boutique.
Read more: Le Royal Monceau Hotel
Super modern, Japanese minimalism in a glass house set around a Zen central garden.
Read more: Ascott Arc de Triomphe
Orientalism and a Wunderkammer collector’s mentality, locked up in 18th century France – minimalist it aint.
Read more: Hôtel Daniel
A home away from home in a cosy townhouse, with contemporary, light filled rooms and an olive tree filled courtyard.
Read more: Le Placide
Strong red and black interiors, exposed grey stone walls and ultra-modern furniture practically sizzle with raw, masculine sex appeal.
Read more: Hotel Sezz
Christian Lacroix’s joyous property, hidden behind the sobering façade of Paris’ oldest bakery embodies baroque, sci-fi, playful pop and orientalist Zen.
Read more: Hôtel du Petit Moulin
Renowned for its top notch headline sets, young and young-a-heart hipsters party in Parc de la Villette.
Run by the Love Is Mylène gang, a crowd of twenty and thirty-something fashion-forward hotties up for a night of dancing.
The Paris monthly for homo hipsters of any age.
‘Chic & coquette’, this gay hipster party no too-cool-for-school gathering of smugsters but all about light-hearted, whimsical fun.
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