THE STORY? By opening its doors right next to the Champs-Élysées (palam palam pam), Hôtel de la Boétie has carved out a prominent place between the neighborhood’s grandiose luxury hotels and the aging establishments. After Hôtel Panache designed by Dorothée Meilichzon, Hôtel Les Deux Gares entrusted to Luke Edward Hall, and the Bienvenue and Beauregard hotels decked out by Chloé Nègre, the Touriste group sustains its momentum by calling on Beata Heuman. The 20th-century building has kept all its original flair, as the Swedish interior designer has managed to preserve the aesthetic codes of the period, like the marble lobby and its retro reception sign, while also including her own interpretation of the era, with colorful touches steeped in British influences. This alchemy is brilliantly illustrated in the rooms which stand out with their grass green carpets, midnight blue walls, candy pink sheets and upholstered headboards displayed like immense tapestries. But before throwing yourself onto the bed, stop by for a drink at the hotel bar, perched on an orange stool or curled up in a soft green armchair, and now you’re ready to take on Paris! Double rooms from €218 per night.
TOILETRIES: Diptyque soap, shower gel and shampoo.
BREAKFAST: Included, featuring hot drinks, fruit juice, freshly baked baguettes, viennoiseries, jam, honey, homemade cakes…
LITTLE LUXURY: Drink your morning coffee in the fresh air on the balcony of certain rooms, with a view of the Parisian rooftops.
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