france, Paris (added: 23/04/2017)
Ideally situated on a quiet street of the 18th arrondissement, in the artistic Montmartre district, the Declic Hotel offers guests a peaceful location a 15-minute walk away from the splendid Sacré-Coeur Basilica. Each morning a generous buffet breakfast is served in our fun and cosy breakfast room. We serve hot and cold breakfast specialties, delicious fresh breads, croissants, sweet and savoury items, dairy products, cold cuts, fruit salad, fruit juices, as well as a selection of hot drinks.
Le 123 Sébastopol - Astotel
france, Paris (added: 28/03/2016)
With a cinema-inspired décor, all rooms are air-conditioned and feature an iPod docking station, a flat-screen TV, minibar and safety deposit box. The en suite bathroom includes a hairdryer. Each floor pays tribute to a specific cinema artist. A buffet breakfast is served each morning at 123 Sébastopol and it can also be enjoyed in the comfort of your own room. Restaurants can be found within walking distance. Additional features include free Wi-Fi access throughout, an elevator and daily newspapers are available for free. Les Halles Shopping Centre is a 10-minute walk away and the Louvre Museum is 1.5 km from the hotel.
france, Bordeaux (added: 15/03/2016)
The complete opposite of the « old France » seen in other establishments, the Seeko’o (pronounced « seek-o ») is the least typical hotel of Bordeaux.
When heading from Place des Quinconces towards Garonne and the hangars district where a row of popular restaurants stand proud, it suddenly comes into view, rather it surges up: this magnificent iceberg clad in Corian (1,000 m2), with its immaculate white that tinges pink as the sun sets. In a sort of beautiful paradox, the contemporary part exalts the blonde stone and architecture of the Enlightenment period of the historic district of Chartrons, and vice versa. Since it first opened in 2007, the Seeko’o, conceived by the Bordeaux architectural firm « King Kong », has had reams of ink written about it.
Today, the Seeko’o is recognised as an integral part of Bordeaux architecture and has become synonymous of the city’s opening up towards the modern.
Hotel Joyce - Astotel
france, Paris (added: 05/03/2016)
Standing at an unconventional spot of the upper 9th district, the Joyce Hotel is ideally located at the crossroads of the theater district, Place St-Georges, and the "hot-spots" of the fashionable So-Pi* neighborhood
Maliciously decorated by Philippe Maidenberg, with nods to inevitable Parisian monuments, our hotel will seduce you with its comfort and bold design.
Luxury car furniture recycled as improvised seats, inverted Eiffel Tower, delicate tromple-l' oeil paintings around beds, breakfast with bio breads and cereals under a very Eiffel-like glass roof: Everything is ready to usher you into a fun and surprising world.
Our 44 rooms are full of thoughtful and delicate touches that add to the cosiness of the place. All rooms feature a quiet atmosphere, strengthened in some cases with a terrace or an enchanting view over the rooftops.
Hôtel Le Bellechasse Saint-Germain
france, Paris (added: 27/09/2015)
Entirely decorated by the famous designer Christian Lacroix, the Bellechasse Saint-Germain presents stylish and arty accommodation in the chic and trendy 7th Arrondissement, 400 metres from Solferino Metro station. The rooms at the Bellechasse are all en suite and individually decorated by Christian Lacroix. They offer unique interiors and all the modern facilities you will need. In order to help you make the most of your stay, the multilingual staff members offer professional service, a warm atmosphere, and tips and information about Paris.
Le Pavillon de la Reine
france, Paris (added: 05/09/2015)
Le Marais… A vibrant district for experiencing bygone Paris and the capital’s present pace! Under the arches of the place, you will enjoy hunting for antiques, visiting art galleries or having dinner in a good restaurant. You are welcome to stay at the Pavillon de la Reine’s luxury suites just around the corner from lively Place de la Bastille, prestigiousHôtels Particuliers converted into museums (Picasso, Carnavalet), and the shops of the rue des Francs-Bourgeois. In the heart of historical Paris, you will find a charming pied-à-terre with all the comfort of a first-class hotel
Hotel du Petit Moulin
france, Paris (added: 26/08/2015)
The Hotel du Petit Moulin is an authentic residence, decorated throughout by Christian Lacroix. With its location in the Haut Marais district, guests will discover a host of treasures. This renowned 4-star boutique hotel gives guests the chance to discover each luxury room and suite’s unique charm and character, each one more surprising than the last.
france, Paris (added: 13/07/2015)
FABRIC Hotel Paris is located on the rue de la Folie-Méricourt, between the Place de la Republique and the Place de la Bastille, in the 11th district of the capital. In the 19th century an industrial area developed around the rue Oberkampf and the former hamlet of Ménilmontant. A place of arts and crafts workshops during the day, this new artisan district became transformed after nightfall into a place of bustling bars and cabarets where the tired labourers and craftsmen could relax and prepare themselves for another busy day. The Hotel FABRIC, housed in a former textile factory, draws inspiration for its design and theme from this colourful past.
Secret De Paris - Design Boutique Hotel
france, Paris (added: 01/05/2015)
Tucked away in the Trinité quartier, in the heart of Paris (France) and just a stroll from the Grands Magasins, the boutique design Hotel Secret de Paris bathes you in the atmosphere of the City of Light. With wit and designer dash, the design hotel offers all the creature comforts you could wish for in a luxury boutique hotel. And by night, it’s the perfect place to prolong the magic of Paris, France. Artful yet understated, every bedroom has been designer dressed to conjure up some of Paris’ finest monuments. Step inside, and let yourself be whisked away. So what takes your fancy? Floating on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower? Snoozing under the great clock of the Musée d’Orsay? Will it be oh là là at the Moulin Rouge – or awe-struck at the Opéra Garnier?
La Maison Favart
france, Paris (added: 28/04/2015)
Steeped in history, it bears the name of the famous FAVART couple, founders of the Comic Opera in Paris. You will be transported into their world, immersed in an exciting, surprising and a 18th century Parisian decor; you will discover a theatrical jewel-box, rich in detail yet discreet, in the very heart of Paris. Roll back the curtain, we will attend to everything... we will look after you…