A city of lovers and poets, artists and writers; Paris inspires and enchants all who visit, and there’s no better way to experience the Parisian joie de vivre than at one of our beautiful boutique hotels. Whatever your budget, we’ve got you covered, from stylish contemporary hideaways to luxurious Belle Époque boltholes.
Visiting the City of Lights on a budget doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice on style. These gems have small price-tags but big personality, with beautifully designed interiors and perfectly located in the centre of the city. Meander the romantic banks of the Seine, or explore one of the city’s wonderful parks, before dining out at traditional brasseries for an authentic feast that won’t break the bank.
This grand mansion on the Left Bank has an illustrious history, having previously been the residence for the illegitimate children of Louis XIV. We love the stylish décor which mixes period details with bold prints and maps of the city. After days exploring the city, relax with a drink in front of the sitting room’s marble fireplace.
Nestled in the bohemian streets of Montmartre, Hotel Basss is a charming boutique hotel with a stylish, industrial design inspired by the work of graphic designer Saul Bass. Wide windows and a soft palette means you’ll enjoy lots of natural light in the bedrooms, which feature modern furnishings made from recycled materials.
Just a stone’s throw from La Basilique du Sacre Coeur, R. Kipling Hotel is in the heart of Montmartre, famed as the home of Belle Époque artists and writers. Inspired by Rudyard Kipling’s love for Asia, all of the hotel’s rooms feature Orientalist details such as mosaic-tiled showers, Eastern objects d’art and exotic wallpapers; perfect for those looking for something a little bit different.
Tucked away down an authentic Parisian street, Hotel Paradis is perfectly located for exploring the restaurants, theatres and secret shopping passages of the Bonne Nouvelle area. Interiors are particularly stylish, with a hybrid modern-retro feel: think repurposed antique trunks, Scandi-style furniture and hand-painted wallpapers. The hotel’s reception doubles as a lounge, and the breakfast room becomes a wine den in the evening.
Treat Yourself A Little
Long considered to be one of the world’s most romantic cities, make a long weekend even more special by treating yourself and your significant other. Enjoy excellent cuisine and stylish surroundings at these beautiful Parisian boutiques, the perfect base for exploring the city’s best sights. Soak up some art at one of the city’s galleries, or experience a different facet of Parisian culture with a trip to Cinéma Studio 28. One of the oldest cinemas in the city, it regularly hosts arthouse film screenings.
Situated within two commanding 19th-century buildings in the 9th arrondissement, Hotel Panache is a seriously stylish bolthole. We love the chic rooms, combining contemporary elements such as quirky mirrors with retro details like the wrought-iron headboards and vintage light-switches. Wake up to the fantastic brunch served in the New York-style diner.
Petite by name and petite in nature, Le Petit Belloy Saint Germain is a pretty little hideaway nestled within the Latin Quarter. The concierge team are helpful and attentive, and bedrooms have a simple yet elegant style, making use of Ligne Roset furnishings. The best thing? You’re just minutes away on foot from Notre Dame, the Palais de Luxembourg and more.
A stylish boutique in the 9th arrondissement, Hotel Bienvenue is a real treat for foodies. The menu offers a thrilling fusion of the very best flavours of France and Japan, with dishes such as yuzu-garnished haddock carpaccio and blood sausage brioche. After your meal, relax in the hotel’s tranquil garden, the perfect refuge from the bustle of the Parisian streets.
One for art lovers, Hotel Cambon is just a stone’s throw from the Champs-Élysées and filled with artwork personally selected by the owner. The gleaming lobby is filled with objects d’art and modern sculptress, while each of the individually-designed rooms feature framed paintings or bold murals.
Experience the heights of Parisian glamour and luxury with these hotels, where you can enjoy delights ranging from pampering wellness spas to Michelin-starred restaurants, all within some of the most opulent and breathtaking interiors in the city. Spend your evenings enjoying the most exclusive bars and restaurants in Paris, or relive the glittering decadence of the Belle Époque with a trip to one of the city’s world-famous cabarets.
Nestled on the Left Bank, Hotel Le Saint à Paris is an opulent hideaway perfect for exploring the finest cultural hotspots in the city. The surrounding neighbourhood is historically known as the the ‘artistic’ part of Paris, and you’ll find the Tuileries Gardens and the Louvre just a short stroll away. When you return from a day’s exploration, relax in the pampering hammam or enjoy a world-class Olivier Lecocq massage.
A stay at this luxurious hotel in the 16th arrondissement is an experience to remember. Behind the palatial façade, the resplendent interior of the Saint James Paris is a richly evocative display of old world Parisian glamour and theatrical style. Pamper yourself in the hotel’s on-site spa, before enjoying an unforgettable meal at the Michelin-starred restaurant.
As the place that the great playwright Oscar Wilde breathed his last, L’Hotel is written as indelibly into the story of Paris as the Eiffel Tower or the Arc de Triomphe. This boutique hideaway now features a sumptuous décor inspired by the decadent Belle Époque era, an indulgent spa, and the Michelin-starred Le Restaurant. Don’t forget to raise a glass to the memory of Wilde with a nightcap in the luxe, velvet-lined bar.
Located in the heart of Paris, Hotel Lumen Paris Louvre is just a stone’s throw from the Tulieres and the Louvre, this sophisticated boutique bolthole is an elegant Neo-Baroque building with stylish, contemporary bedrooms. The beautiful glass-ceilinged dining room is filled with natural light, making the perfect spot to enjoy chef Akira Sugiura’s fantastic Franco-Japanese cuisine; don’t miss the matcha green tea tiramisu.
From luxury palaces to budget boutique boltholes, our selection of Parisian hotels are as varied as the beautiful city of Paris itself; but each one is true to our commitment to bringing you only the best independent gems and most passionate hosts in the world.