For a small group break, a private corporate event or a relaxing after-work function in the French capital, don't miss these singular establishments, which often have an ideal location, peaceful and contemporary meeting rooms, a spa, a stylish cocktail bar and gourmet restaurants. With carefully sourced furniture, wood panelling, library corner, or even a fireplace, everything is designed to make you feel at home. Succumb to the many charms of Paris’ boutique hotels and take your pick from our selection!
Hôtel Square Louvois **** - cocoon
Tucked away along Rue Saint-Anne, not far from the Garnier Opera House and the Louvre, the Hôtel Square Louvois, is a little bijou, impregnated with history and modernity. On the ground floor, the lounge library can host your business meetings (15 to 20 people) in total privacy. The decor in the 50 guest rooms, (16 m² to 37 m²) is pared down and features quality materials such as leather and copper fittings, light oak parquet floors, and blue velvet curtains. Don’t miss the hotel’s impressive pool beneath a vaulted stone ceiling, and hydro-massage bench, as well as its fitness room and herbal tea room.
Hôtel L’Echiquier Opéra Paris – MGallery by Sofitel **** - Belle Epoque
In the bustling district of the Grands Boulevards, the Echiquier Opéra Paris hotel takes inspiration from the belle époque and the roaring twenties to take you on a fabulous journey. After stepping through the lobby, discover the impressive lounge bar (more than 200 m²) with a huge glass roof, period mosaic flooring and reconstituted wood panelling and decorative wood panels. Large armchairs and banquettes make it ideal for an after-work event enhanced by delicious cocktails. Six rooms, including 4 with daylight, are available for all types of corporate events, up to 55 people in theatre layout. The 88 rooms and suites evoke Parisian apartments of the 1930s, with plush materials such as felt or velvet, and headboards in light-coloured wood, whilst designer furniture adds a touch of modernity.
Room Mate Alain **** - intimacy and charm
Ideally situated between La Defense, Porte Maillot and the Champs Elysees, MonHotel Lounge & Spa is an intimate haven with 50 guest rooms (new or fully-renovated) marrying baroque decor, modern furniture, and photographs of women. The boudoir-style lounge bar has rich velvet chairs and a majestic chandelier, and serves bespoke cocktails. The bar can be privately hired for up to 80 people, but the hotel also has a 45 m² meeting room (25 people in theatre layout), and a 25 m² executive boardroom (up to 10 people). Another plus: a business corner with cutting-edge equipment and a wellness area with hammam and body care treatments, with Paris brand Kos.
La Villa Maillot Arc de Triomphe **** - peace and tranquillity
A stone’s throw from Avenue Foch, the Arc de Triomphe, and Porte Maillot, the Villa Maillot offers a haven of peace, reminiscent of the hushed atmosphere of a Parisian townhouse. For your meetings and seminars, the hotel has a superb 45 m² room with wrap-round glass windows (35 people seated, in theatre layout, 45 in cocktail party layout), a glass roof, and greenery and overlooks a Japanese garden. The bar ‘le V’ invites you to explore new taste sensations and the wellness area ‘le M’ offers time to relax with its sauna, rest room and a wide range of treatments. The 42 light and spacious rooms and suites offer understated comfort, with colourful and graphic touches. And the icing on the cake? Two Prestige Suites have a view over the rooftops of Paris …
Hôtel Paris Bastille Boutet ***** - historical
In the 11th arrondissement, the Maison Boutet, a former cabinet-making workshop, then a chocolate maker, has been entirely renovated to become a sumptuous five-star hotel, the Hôtel Paris Bastille Boutet, while retaining its artisanal, working past. The establishment has an iconic art deco facade and inviting elegant lobby bar that leads to a breakfast room and two magnificent plant-filled patios, where you can hold after-work drinks, or cocktail parties for up to 70 people. The 80 bedrooms and suites have elegant warm interiors fitted with furniture crafted from wood and leather, and large windows; some rooms have a balcony or a terrace (up to 60 m²) overlooking the rooftops of Paris. The spa and pool offer an oasis of calm away from the hustle and bustle of the capital, and are rounded off by a fitness room.
Armoni Hôtel *** - cosy
With its proximity to the Espace Champerret, La Défense and Porte Maillot, the Armoni Hôtel, in the 17th arrondissement of Paris, is perfect for business clientele. The 45 guest rooms have all been refurbished in soothing warm colours conducive to relaxation. The long curtains, quilted bedheads and blankets all contribute to the cosy atmosphere. The hotel has two fully-flexible spaces for seminars: the 28 m² 'South Bank' room for meetings (18 people) and the 75 m² 'Brixton’ (75 people in cocktail reception layout). Finally, the Honesty Bar, open 24/24, is a convivial place for an after-work event.
Hôtel Duo **** - so trendy
In the heart of the trendy Marais quarter, a few steps from City Hall and the Pompidou Centre, the Hôtel Duo stands out with its designer setting and multiple spaces set around an outdoor patio. The contemporary bar with colourful armchairs opens onto a terrace with a driftwood tree, and offers a hip atmosphere and signature cocktails. The hotel’s 58 rooms and suites are stylishly decorated and some have a balcony. The largest suite has a private terrace. A fitness and a sauna are open exclusively to guests.
Hotel Lumen Louvre**** - bright & romantic
A stay at the Hotel Lumen Paris Louvre is an experience in the French way of life. Located a stone's throw from the Louvre, Place Vendôme and the Palais Royal, this 4-star hotel enjoys a choice location close to historic sites, major museums and outstanding boutiques. As its name suggests, the Lumen has no other ambition than to dazzle its guests, and that starts right in the entrance hall lit by a huge crystal chandelier. This neo-baroque establishment with 39 rooms and suites has all the charm of a boutique hotel. Guests and Parisians will meet at the hotel's restaurant, with its extended glass conservatory and terrace to enjoy cuisine that combines Japanese, Italian and French influences.