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World's Best Hotels » The Best Boutique and Historic Hotels in Paris

The Best Boutique and Historic Hotels in Paris


The Best Boutique and Historic Hotels in Paris

It is no shock that the city known for its boutqiue shops and businesses offers some of the best boutique hotel properties as well. Paris is a destination not just for tourists but business travelers, couples, friends and even locals as well. Those travelers looking for intimate and luxurious hotel properties that distinguish themselves from the larger resorts or chain properties, need to look no farther then these boutique and historic properties listed below. All of these hotels in Paris, France will offer the highest level of service and amenities whether you are a business traveler looking for something more unique then the convention hotel or honeymooners looking for something classic and stylish.


Hotel De Sers | Paris, France

Hotel De Sers

A short stroll away from the bright lights of the Champs Elysees, the Hotel de Sers is a discrete witness to the splendours of Paris. Honouring its legacy, this 19th century mansion has been artfully restored to offer its guests small château charm with star quality, featuring an impressive portrait gallery, a charming wood-panelled lounge, an imaginative restaurant and a lovely courtyard garden. Its rooms and suites are welcoming and bright, with many suites...


Hotel Lancaster | Paris, France

Hotel Lancaster

A member Of "The Leading Hotels Of The World," the Hotel Lancaster was originally built in 1889 as a townhouse in the style of the ancienne regime for Monsieur Santiago Drake Del Castillo, a Spanish nobleman. Over the centuries, with enlargements and refurbishments, the Lancaster has retained its sense of elegance and history; the furniture in the house is part of an extensive and continuously evolving antique collection of over 1,000 pieces. A courtyard forms...


L'Hotel | Paris, France

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L'hotel has counted quite a few legendary celebrity among its guests and has been the scene of many extraordinary events (including the death of Oscar Wilde). Each of the 20 rooms has its own character, its own universe or is associated with a decorative detail. Located in the heart of Saint Germain Des Pres, on the left bank, among the art galleries and antique shops.


MonHotel Lounge and Spa | Paris, France

MonHotel Lounge and Spa

MonHotel Lounge and Spa, formerly Mon Hotel Paris, is a refined designer boutique-hotel. Its vibrant atmosphere and chic and offbeat interior design by the talented Aurelia Santoni and its contemporary French cuisine makes this haven of peace a hot spot of Paris life. MonHotel offers 37 rooms distributed over six floors, each one unique. Premium, Deluxe or Executive, each room blends contemporary furniture, refined materials (alcantara, leather, wood…),...


Pavillon de la Reine | Paris, France

Pavillon de la Reine

Officially opened in 1612 as the Place Royale, the Place des Vosges was constructed on the orders of Henri IV who died before he saw it completed. It quickly attracted high society to the Marais, often visited by Madame de Sevigne, Racine, La Fontaine, and Moliere. After a long period of decline, the Marais has recovered its aristocratic credentials. Nowadays, beneath the arcades of the square, it is a pleasure to browse in the antique shops, visit the art...


Relais Christine | Paris, France

Relais Christine

Three centuries after the foundation of the Saint-Denis college of the Grands Augustins by Saint-Louis in 1231, the vast town mansion now housing the Relais Christine was built. Within a stone's throw of the Louvre and Notre-Dame, the hotel is located in the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Pres, a bustling district famous for its intellectual and artistic circles. The names of Baudelaire, Hugo and Musset, and later Picasso, Sartre and Eluard are among the many associated...


Saint James Paris | Paris, France

Saint James Paris

This grand neo-classical mansion was built in 1892 on Paris' first airfield from where hot air-balloons used to take off, to be a foundation hosting the French students. After a hundred years, it became the very exclusive Saint James Club as well as the only chateau-hotel of the capital, offering tailored services to each guest. Located in its own private gardens, at a few minutes' walk from the Arc de Triomphe and Trocadéro, the Saint James Paris has...