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Arty, but not farty, a small boutique-y hotel that’s like your own quiet enclave in the heart of Marais.
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A chic little budget boutique, within spitting distance of the gay bars, hot restaurants and trendy shops of lower Marais.
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The setting suggests Dutch canalside, the interiors speak of Danish design, the food is all about Japan; and yet this stylish stay has popped up in romantic old Paree.
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Former garage whose graffiti walls, tree trunk stools and plastic mask lamp-shades bely the simple, seven storey cream façade outside.
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Colour used tastefully in a modern property set askew in amongst Bastille’s historical neighbourhood
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Once a seedy bunkhouse, now a Fashionista favourite on the edge of the Marais’ gay neighbourhood.
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One of Paris’ most innovatively designed hotels, with rooms painted in vividly different colours and an emphasis on lacquer.
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Explore love with Terry Richardson’s erotic photo-art in one of the 20 lipstick red rooms at this sexy establishment in Paris’ cool ‘SoPi’ district.
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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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