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Hôtel Maison Souquet
10 Rue de Bruxelles, 75009 Paris
Phone: +33 1 48 78 55 55, around 337e/night

Set in a neoclassical building in the Pigalle district, this ultrachic hotel designed by Jacques Garcia is a minute’s walk from Moulin Rouge, a two minute walk to a metro station. Featuring a mix of exotic and Second Empire–style furnishings, the opulent rooms come with free Wi-Fi, smart TVs and minibars. The 1- and 2-bedroom suites add plush sofas. In-room massages, butlers and 24-hour room service are available. An elegant lounge offers a library, a fireplace, and a bar that serves meals. There’s also a courtyard. A spa has an indoor pool and a treatment room.

“The Madison Souquet is a great hotel. The decor is second to none and creates a brilliant mood.  It’s got tons of history and makes for the perfect romantic break.”



L’hotel Panache
1, rue Geoffroy-Marie, 75009 Paris – France
Tel: +33 1 47 70 85 8, http://hotelpanache.com

The Panache falls in love with Art Nouveau, adapts to the tastes of the day and adds its own flair.  207e/night

“Nicely designed well located hotel with great, helpful and friendly staff! Fantastic experience. Rooms with artsy maritime touch. Great restaurant with a well priced and elegant kitchen.”


Le Narcisse Blanc
19 Boulevard De La Tour Maubourg, 75007, +33 1 40 60 44 32. Around 364e/night. http://www.lenarcisseblanc.com

Between history and modernity, romance and comfort, the hotel-spa offers a unique change of scenery, a plunge into the culture, the art, and typical Parisian well-being.

“Excellent service, beautifully designed rooms, a top end spa and they’ve invested in really high quality fixtures and fittings. To top it all, the restaurant provides exquisite fine dining without a silly price tag to go with it.”


Hotel Adele & Jules
2 et 4bis Cité Rougemont 75009 Paris, Around 250e/night

A family secret revealed with the greatest discernment, Hotel Adèle & Jules scores double points… Set in twin low-rise buildings, on a quiet private road, the place beckons peace and relaxation, close to yet sheltered from the buzzing hub of the Grands Boulevards.

“They are all the best! Young, helpful, kind and very very smiling staff! The hotel is clean and the quality of services is good! The area around it is nice and the hotel is close to the metro.”



Hôtel de Jobo
10 Rue d’Ormesson, 75004 Paris
Phone: +33 1 48 04 70 48, around 275e/night

Named for Empress Joséphine Bonaparte, this swanky boutique hotel in the 4th arr. built at the site of a 17th-century convent is a 3-minute walk from Saint-Paul metro station. It’s also 2 km from Musée du Louvre.

Individually furnished in Directoire style, the opulent rooms and suites provide free Wi-Fi and flat-screens. All have minifridges, tea and coffeemakers, and eclectic wall prints, as well as mosaic-tiled bathrooms with rainfall showers.

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