The white walls and high ceilings create a perfect backdrop to the luscious colourful fabrics and designer furniture that set the bedrooms of Hotel Keppler apart.
Located on the Left Bank close to the Louvre and Musee d'Orsay, Montalembert is a classically elegant boutique bolt-hole known to guests for its friendly staff and attention to detail.
The mansion that houses Saint James Paris was built in 1892 by Louis Adolphe Thiers' widow as a memory of her late husband, the former French President.
The clue is in the name. La Belle Juliette is a hotel inspired by the charm and beauty of Juliette Récamier, a French society leader of the early 19th century.
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 and from the moment you step in you’ll understand the attraction.
In keeping with the reputation of the district, the chic Le Chat Noir Hotel should, in name and image, instantly remind you of the famous cabaret club Le Chat Noir. The colours of white, red and black have a strong presence but do not feel overwhelming in the cosy rooms.
Located in the heart of Saint Germain, hotel Le Relais Saint Sulpice is perfectly positioned for you to explore the most magical streets of Paris. The hotel itself looks more like a town house rather than a hotel and the lack of reception only adds to that impression.