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5 Best Boutique Hotels in Paris
Recently-refurbished, Hôtel Grand Powers showcases its twentieth-century history with a refreshing mix of modern comforts. Located in the heart of Paris in one of the chicest areas, the hotel offers luxurious rooms with marble bathrooms, and most with Eiffel Tower views. Feel like royalty in the opulent spa with its jacuzzi, sauna, and hammam, splurge on the high-end shopping and dining options around, or walk to the many popular sights nearby. And it’s family and pet-friendly too. • Map • Hotel phone: +33 1 4723 9105 • Review of Hôtel Grand Powers
With renowned past owners like Napoleon III’s step-brother and Pierre Cardin, this palatial mansion exudes opulence and royalty in everything it offers. The large apartment-sized rooms are incredible and perfect for families and feature free, well-stocked mini-bars. Luxurious extras include a personal butler service, on-site 2 Michelin star restaurant, library filled with historic books, and personal iPads with the hotel’s own software. Located just steps from Jardin des Champs-Elysees, the hotel is within walking distance of several metro stations, sights, and shopping and dining options. • Map • Hotel phone: +33 1 5836 6060 • Review of La Réserve Hotel & Spa
Once a popular bordello, Maison Souquet is a brassy, sassy, dark, and glitzy hotel with an intimate, adult vibe. Each of the twenty rooms is unique, luxurious, and named after famous courtesans. Sumptuous amenities include a personal butler service, Hermès bath amenities, three opulent salons and an outdoor patio, private swimming pool with celestial ceiling, spa, and risqué art everywhere. The property is just steps from Moulin Rouge, two metro stations, and great bars and restaurants. • Map • Hotel phone: +33 1 4878 5555 • Review of Maison Souquet
Paris’ smallest five-star hotel offers literary history, opulence, a charming location, and a Michelin-starred restaurant that is one of the city’s best. The hotel pays homage to Oscar Wilde, who lived and died here, with a plaque, several photos and letters, and even a namesake suite. All rooms are luxurious and spacious and feature original art. The pièce de résistance is the candle-lit swimming pool in the basement that can be reserved by the hour. • Map • Hotel phone: +33 1 4441 9900 • Review of L’Hôtel
Contemporary, stylish, and cool, Hotel Providence is all about luxurious Parisian home-like comfort. All rooms are gorgeous and feature unique and well-equipped cocktail bars, bold wallpaper, antiques, tiled bathrooms, and some even have tiny outdoor patios. The hotel is located in a stylish neighborhood just off Boulevard Saint-Martin. • Map • Hotel phone: +33 1 4634 3404 • Review of Hotel Providence