10 new trending hotels in Paris

A stay in a cabin at the edge of a garden in Montparnasse, an art initiation in Nation, or soaking in the most beautiful views of the capital from an exceptional rooftop... Iconic or off the beaten track, palatial sojourns or the comfort of homestays, check out this trendy list of 10 new hotels that allow for a rediscovery of the City of Lights in 2021

1. Maison Mère: a hybrid haven

"To feel at home elsewhere and elsewhere like at home"! This is the double experience guaranteed by Maison Mère, a hybrid hotel that doubles up as a second home and a place to live. You’ll find this establishment cocooned in the Motholon village (9th district). Much like a very large weekend house, you’ll find 53 ephemeral pieds-à-terre adorned with books, art photos and vintage objects that greet you. Choose from the cozy 12 sq meters “Alvéole” to the large 47 sq meters family suite that offers stunning views of the Parisian rooftops. And just like a gathering at a friend’s home, you’ll meet people from all over. The house is also home to a dining bar, an art gallery, a concept store and a co-working space!

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2. Jo & Joe Paris Nation: the ultimate in street art

Can you differentiate between a skateboard and a longboard? The answer can be found at Jo & Joe Nation, the third hotel of this Accor brand. This trendy establishment triples up as a part youth-hostel, part budget-friendly hotel and also a hotspot for street culture. In a shop on the ground floor, the Paris Skate Culture collective showcases its boards and expertise by offering courses and visits to discover Paris differently. From the floor to the ceiling of the hotel, you’ll discover five street art names that lend their signature style to the 162 spaces that include dormitories and rooms and the 100 sq meters rooftop that offers views of the Paris of today and tomorrow…

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3. Hotel Cabane: a foray into a forest

A sojourn in a (real) cabin in the bustling Montparnasse district? This unusual concept is the brainchild of Anouk and Louis Solanet, the brilliant duo at the helm of the Orso Hotels group! Built in wood from French forests, this cozy cocoon of 23 sq. meters reveals itself at the end of a private walkway at the bottom of the garden. This love nest comes equipped with a king-size bed, a shower for two with light therapy and a heated bathroom floor. The other 41 rooms are more classic with the underlying theme of the forest integrated. You’ll discover a harmonious blending of wood with contemporary materials; light oak-coloured parquet floors and a 70's Togo sofa, tubular chairs and woven steel wires designed by Breuer or Bertoia and a large farm table. This is where countryside chic meets Paris Design Week!

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4. Hôtel du Sentier: a refined retreat

On one side, you have the oldest (1798), the longest and the narrowest of Parisian passages, topped by a pyramidical glass roof. On the other, you feast on a breath-taking façade bedecked with statues of the goddess Hathor and sculpted friezes in memory of Napoleon's Egyptian conquest. Between the passage and Cairo Square, you’ll discover one of Paris’s most unusual address in the form of the Hôtel du Sentier. Behind its 76 windows, some in the form of cloverleaves, you won’t find any trace of the Egyptomania of yesteryear. Constructed from noble materials, coloured marble or solid oak, its 30 rooms are simplicity personified to suit their natural luminosity. On the top floor, two duplex suites open onto the sky: how many centuries can you envisage from your private terrace?

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5. Cheval Blanc Paris: an iconic address

This will be the fifth hotel to be added to the collection and also the most iconic. Facing the Seine, in a former La Samaritaine building - a 1926 Art Deco masterpiece - LVMH is gearing up for the launch of its first urban house, the Cheval Blanc Paris. A display of 72 rooms and suites designed by the architect Peter Marino in the style of a Parisian residence pay homage to the French artisanal expertise. It will also double up as an epicurean address for savoring a voluptuous and sensual Paris, with gourmet cuisine by Arnaud Donckele. Do not miss its swimming pool paved with mosaics, the Dior Cheval Blanc spa and exquisite works of art, the most theatrical being the view of the Seine and Paris from the 650 sq. meters landscaped terrace.

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6. Kimpton Saint-Honoré: Return to the 1900s

The Samaritaine never ceases to be in the limelight! This time around, it is the former luxury Samaritaine on the Boulevard des Capucines that is about to be transformed into a hotel. Facing the iconic Café de la Paix, its 149 rooms and suites designed as chic Parisian flats will seamlessly blend the purity of Art Deco lines with the exuberance of the original décor. Its floral motifs and mosaics will make the 1917 façade an Art Nouveau emblem. In the lobby, you will find the double winding staircase in marble and metal and the period wooden lifts. Be sure to take one of them to access the rooftop on the 10th floor that offers 360° views of Paris, the Opera and the Place Vendôme.

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7. Hotel Ami: a zen experience

In the heart of the rustic atmosphere of the 15th district, L'Ami is Orso's latest attraction, a 3-star boutique-hotel home to the brand's signature design. Inspired by her Scandinavian origins and Japanese simplicity, the decorator Gesa Hansen has created a minimalist but intimate décor. Forest green leather benches in an ochre-colored setting, honey-colored toile de Jouy curtains and the natural radiance of eco-responsible wooden furniture. From the living room overlooking a green patio to the 41 rooms and little ways of pampering guests, this is a friend who only wants the best for you!

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8. The Pley Hotel: a vintage choice

Its name refers to the neighboring Salle Pleyel and also to the "play" of "playlist". Just a stone's throw from the Champs-Élysées, this new address with 100 rooms and suites was designed to pay tribute to the great radio stations that have swarmed the area. Old radio sets, vinyl records and advertising posters found at the Saint-Ouen flea market, the vintage décor is an ode to the radio channels of yore and an elegant foil to a 100% live atmosphere. From morning to night, the Pley promises to spread its good cheer, in the restaurants focusing on exceptional meats or eco-responsible fish, in the bar where the cocktails are called radio Gaga or buena onda and on the roof with a view of the Eiffel Tower- the very first French radio station in 1921!

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9. The Saint-James Paris : A haven for romantics

Family castle or private club? The interior designer of the Saint-James Paris did not want to make a choice between the two. At the end of May, the 19th century private mansion with the Relais & Châteaux brand will unveil a new decor inspired by its romantic soul and its English club spirit. As in a collector's home, custom-made furniture and French craftsmanship will adorn the 50 rooms and suites, evoking a feeling of wanderlust. To complete the romantic ambience, a new bar-terrace will invite guests to bask in fine weather in the gardens, while the Bellefeuille restaurant will be reinvented as a winter garden. The club spirit will continue to infuse the mythical library-bar with its woodwork, leather and muted atmosphere.

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10. Canopy Paris Trocadero: An avant-garde adventure

For the first French opening of its Canopy brand, the Hilton group has chosen a very unusual yet original location: a former electric station from 1932! This has led to a decor that reflects the roots of the decorative arts, harmonising art and industry. You’ll find tones evoking the favourite colors of the architect Le Corbusier, Mallet-Stevens-style lighting and furniture designed to echo the creations of Charlotte Perriand throughout the 123 rooms and the common areas. As for the rest, the hotel exudes a contemporary environment: eco-responsible measures, locavore restaurants or ephemeral boutiques of Parisian designers are also the signature of this establishment that has been inspired by the French savoir-faire.

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