A reasonably-priced, central design hotel.
Not long ago, a trip to Paris meant choosing between an extravagant (but exorbitant) palace or a three-star chain lacking style and taste. But now Paris is home to plenty of independent micro hotels with a modus operando of being trendy and reasonably-priced. And Hotel Paradis fits this mould perfectly.
Adrien Gloaguen (who also owns Hotel Panache) is at the helm, having given the place a refreshing renovation. Located in the 10th arrondissement, a skip and a jump from the neighbourhood bars of Strasbourg Saint-Denis, this spot comes with a side order of excellent nightlife. The atmosphere is super intimate and full of charm, boosted by the design wizardry of Dorothée Meilichzon, who worked on the Bachaumont and the Grand Pigalle.
The rooms (38 of which are suites) start at €80 per night – which is nothing when you consider the beautiful design – think marble detailing, on-trend wallpaper and headboards you’ll probably want to take with you when you leave. The lobby lounge is super comfortable and the XXL buffet breakfast is a reasonable €12. A joy for both the belly and the wallet.
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41 rue des Petites Ecuries
|Price:||€87-215 per night|