Unique and Fun Hotels of Paris

06 Dec 2016

One of the most beautiful cities in the world, Paris is famed for its romance, iconic architecture and centuries of artistic achievement. The cultural riches of Paris are overflowing, from the bohemian left bank galleries to the Louvre to the regal Jardin des Tuileries, artistic explorations abound.

Paris today is still at the forefront of leading artistic and design movements and many of the city’s beautiful hotels reflect this trend.

Here is a collection of cool, quirky and unusual hotels in Paris that can make your trip even more fabulous.

Talk with your Acendas Travel Advisor to learn of many, many more.

Les Bulles de Paris

Everything about this hotel revolves around France’s national drink, Champagne. With 44 rooms spread over 6 floors, all are decorated with a Champagne theme. The hotel bar is, of course, famous for their wide array of Champagne choices.

This hotel is located in the 5th arrondissement, in the heart of the Saint Michel area, close to the Panthéon and some of the most emblematic places from Paris’s rich history: Notre Dame, Musée de Cluny, the banks of the Seine and the booksellers and Saint-Germain-des-Prés.

Le 123 Sebastopol – Astotel

A 2-minute walk from the Musée des Arts et Métiers, this contemporary, cinema-themed hotel is close to the Le Centre Pompidou’s art exhibits. Each floor pays tribute to a specific artist. The hip, stylish rooms, some designed by figures in contemporary cinema, feature an eclectic mix of modern, vintage and custom pieces.

Secret De Paris

In the St Georges neighborhood, this sleek hotel is a 7-minute walk from Moulin Rouge and 3 km from the Musée d’Orsay.

Guests staying in this hotel can continue to enjoy one of the six of the great Parisian landmarks that the rooms are themed around, Eiffel Tower, Moulin Rouge, Musée d’Orsay, Opera Garnier, Atelier d’Artiste and Trocadéro.

Molitor Paris by M Gallery

Built around the olympic swimming pool of the Molitor, the birthplace of the Bikini, Johnny Wiessmuller (Tarzan) was once a lifeguard. The hotel now features a collection of great pop/ street art.

More unique Paris hotels:

Le10bis:  Formerly the most famous brothel in Paris for the rich and famous

Kipling: Designed by Christine Gerondeau the hotel pays tribute to the novelist Rudyard Kipling, known for his love of travel and Asia

Josephine By Happy Culture: Named after the artist Josephine Baker with a Burlesque theme running through the hotel

Le Meurice Palance: Open since 1835 with Louis XVI style rooms. Salvador Dali was their guest>

Best Western Villa des Artistes: Each room has a theme inspired by artistic movements (Cubism, Fauvism and Surrealism). Beckett, Fitzgerald and Modigliani were guests

Ibis Styles Paris Bercy: Street art theme, each floor was decorated by different International street art artists and each room has an authentic painting

Huatian Chinagora Building: Inspired by Beijing’s Forbidden City and Chinese Imperial Palace

Le Marquis Eiffel: Boutique hotel decorated in a dandy theme inspired by Oscar Wilde

Best Western Premier Opera Diamond: Diamond theme with decorations from Swarovski

Les Plumes Hotel Paris: Invites you on a fascinating journey through time, imbued with the romantic charm of 19th century Paris

Scribe Paris Opera By Sofitel: Home of the famous Jockey Club in 1863 and the first cinema in the world, by the creators of cinema “the brothers Lumieres”

Lautrec Opera: The former private ‘hotel particulier’ where the famous painter Toulose – Lautrec frequented

Seven Hotel: Individually-themed rooms and suites with fibre-optic lighting – they even have one called the James Bond suite

These hotels are available through our partner, TravelBound.

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