L’Hôtel

The interior of L'hotel in Paris, France
A bedroom at L’Hôtel in Paris, France
A bedroom at L’Hôtel in Paris, France
The restaurant at L’Hôtel in Paris, France
A bedroom at L’Hôtel in Paris, France
The interior of L'hotel in Paris, France
A bedroom at L’Hôtel in Paris, France
A bedroom at L’Hôtel in Paris, France
The restaurant at L’Hôtel in Paris, France
A bedroom at L’Hôtel in Paris, France
The interior of L'hotel in Paris, FranceA bedroom at L’Hôtel in Paris, FranceA bedroom at L’Hôtel in Paris, FranceThe restaurant at L’Hôtel in Paris, FranceA bedroom at L’Hôtel in Paris, France

L’Hôtel claims a famous clientele such as Quentin Tarantino, Salvador Dali or Oscar Wilde who apparently lived in room 16 till his death in 1900.

By JAY KAY
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  • And from the moment you step in you’ll understand the attraction. The vintage rooms take on many styles, all inspired by different countries that meet at this place and will leave you gawping.

    The weather could be really horrible, your dinner disastrous, but that all disappears as soon as you return to the highly personable L’Hôtel, designed to make it all ok again.

    There are only 20 rooms on offer and with a Michelin-starred restaurant, glamorous underground pool and impeccable service, L’Hôtel does get busy.

    Good to Know

    The mesmerising rich decor makes up for the lack of views only opening to one of Saint-Germain narrow streets.

  • Accommodation

    20 rooms – Mignon, Bijou, Grand , Chic and the Apartment.

    Prices start just under £300 a night not including breakfast.

    Top rooms – Pierre Loti (amazing wall paper and ceiling), Mata Hari (dark seductive decor), and Mistinguette Room (very art deco).

    Eat & Drink

    The living room like restaurant has a Michelin star and regularly dishes out seasonal French delights.

    Next to door the restaurant, you can retire to the bar of many nooks and crannies where to hide with a signature champagne cocktail.

    Activities

    Paris will have to be your playground.

    Relaxation

    Come down to the lower floor to discover a hammam pool and steam room, open daily from early in the morning until 9.30pm.

    Essentials

    Parking – no guest parking, but the hotel can point you to parking spots.

    Wifi – free throughout.

    Room service – between 7am and 11pm.

    Children – welcome with some assistance provided, charges apply.

    Pets – small, well behaved pets welcome.

  • L’Hôtel
    13 rue des Beaux-Arts
    75006 Paris

Updated: 11 February 2014