Don’t want to live in the standard hotel when you travel to Paris? Want to explore some interesting and unique Parisian style hotel? Check out the best boutique hotels in Paris!
Saint James Paris
Built in the 19th century, Saint James Paris is a 100-year-old chateau surrounded by its own private garden, offering a unique experience of intimacy, classicism and romance. It also provides a spa partnership with Guerlain, a luxury and relaxing choice after shopping at Champs Elysees, which is about 20-minute walk away. It has 48 suites and rooms that are elegantly decorated with its own atmosphere.
Average Price: from €347
Address: 43 Avenue Bugeaud, 75116 Paris
Hôtel des Académies et des Arts
Located in the 6th arrondissement, this boutique hotel is on the street of the Montparnasse district, where Modigliani’s studio is located on the top floor and the famous Académie de la Grande Chaumière is located at the back of the hotel. The owners of the hotel, Laurent and Charlotte, come from the television industry and want to echo the rich history of Montparnasse. Each room is designed to have a fine art book, artsy decorations, and high fashion designed art pieces for guests and visitor to peruse. There are also some beautiful sculptures made by Charlotte’s family members.
Average Price: Double from €165 B&B
Address:15 Rue de la Grande Chaumière, 75006 Paris
Phone : 01–43–26–66–44
Hôtel Relais Saint-Sulpice
Located in 6th arrondissement, just the back doorstep of Saint Sulpice church and five minutes’ walk from Luxembourg, this small boutique hotel has a fantastic location. But be careful, don’t miss the door because it is on a tiny magic street and looks more like an entrance to a mansion of the 18th century. It is personalized decorated reflecting the spirit of French culture, combining with deep red papered wall, Chinese jars, white stove, and some contemporary artworks. There is no reception desk, but the hall is full of friendly and cozy spirit.
Average Price: from €100
Address: 3 Rue Garancière, 75006 Paris
Hotel du Petit Moulin
Located in a 17th-century building with a classic 1900s bakery shopfront, the owner of this hotel, Christian Lacroix has transformed it into a supremely original hotel with many details. The hotel illustrates fabulous usage of combination in color, pattern, and objects, from the polka-dot carpet in the hallway, to an arrange of contemporary ceramic chairs, to panels of embroidered bead and colorful sketched made by Lacroix himself. If you are looking for colorful and fun rooms to stay, this is your hotel!
Average Price: Doubles from €190
Address:29 Rue de Poitou, 75003 Paris
To continue the list of the best boutique hotels in Paris, here is another one, located near the Eiffel Tower. It hosts a well-known restaurant by Jean-François Piège, one of the most talented chef working in Paris today. His restaurant in Hotel Thoumieux won two Michelin starts two years ago. The hotel has 15 rooms designed and decorated by designer India Mahdavi with her distinct contemporary style. The rooms are small but very well equipped. Jean-François Piège’s restaurant upstairs closes on Saturday and Sundays. But the neighborhood is very busy, so there will never be an issue to find good food. But if you want to have a close look at a two Michelin star restaurant, this hotel is the best place to live.
Average Price: Doubles from €150
Address: 79 rue Saint-Dominique, Paris
Hotel Du Temps
Designed by Alix Thomsen and Laura Leonard, the overall vibe is definitely one of the Parisian chic. Even though it is located in a noisy rue du Faubourg Posionniere near Square Montholon, the hotel has a peaceful and timeworn feeling with antique furniture and interesting contrast between white floorboards and tropical printed curtains. It creates a bucolic environment in the room, some even look like a summer villa with interesting lighting. There is also a pretty and cozy ground-floor sitting room and a cocktail bar that become popular place for local designers, musicians and photographers to hangout; it has hosted private concerts for Metronomy and Breakbot. The hotel serves breakfast; however, it doesn’t have a restaurant. But you will always find an updated list of best places to eat nearby at the reception desk. Since the hotel is fairly close to Lafayettes, Opera Garnier and Champs-Elysees, there are many good restaurants for delicious food.
Average Price: Doubles from €135
Address: 11, rue de Montholon, 75009 Paris
We hope you’ll visit these best boutique hotels of Paris !