There are so many options when it comes to accommodations in Paris. When I was a kid, I wanted to own my own boutique hotel. I started with a fascination with hotels at an early age and I am always researching new places to discover when I visit Paris. I have a list of favorite Boutique Hotels in Paris from my stays over the years. Below, I am sharing 5 new hotels that have opened recently if you are looking for something new and different in Paris.
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Grand Powers formerly known as Hotel Powers was recently remodeled from a four star hotel and opened as a five star hotel in early 2019. I stayed at the Hotel Powers a few times over the years and really enjoyed this hotel. It was a bit outdated including the bathrooms but I loved the old structure and detail of the building. I haven’t stayed here since the remodel but I did get to enjoy breakfast and a look inside some of the rooms.
The Eiffel Tower view from the balcony is one of my favorites. The location is on Rue François 1er just off the Champs Elysées.
The 80 room hotel including 22 suites is located close to Madeleine. The five star hotel is tucked away between Faubourg Saint Honoré and Galleries Lafayette. Don’t miss their private garden.
Hotel Du Louvre has just reopened after being remodeled and purchased by Hyatt. This hotel is part of my Paris story, I never stayed here but I met friends here in 2013 and it was one of my most memorable nights out in Paris to date. The location is pretty perfect in my opinion. Just at the end of Avenue de L’Opéra close to Palais Royal and The Louvre. The Hotel is a bit larger than the rest of the hotels on the list with a 164 rooms but it has been on my watch list since it closed. I really wanted to see what they did with the space and they really brightened it up and made a great addition to the neighborhood. They also own the restaurant Brasserie du Louvre that is worth a visit for a drink and people watching if nothing else
Hôtel Flanelles is in the 17th Arrondissement tucked away being the Arc de Triumph close enough to the city but tucked away for privacy and off the between path. The Hotel is just 25 rooms with services such as a private changing area if you arrive too early for check in and a library area to work on your laptop or hold meetings.
I recently stayed at Hôtel La Comtesse during my visit in June. The view from the balcony of the Eiffel Tower was everything. I was very familiar with the area after my stay with Paris Perfect Rentals. It was around the corner from Rue Cler and a good location to explore the city. I watched the Eiffel Tower sparkle from my room and enjoyed breakfast on my little terrace. It was 40 euros to guarantee the balcony upgrade but it was worth it in my opinion. I only booked her for one night so it was worth the splurge in my opinion. There are direct views of the Eiffel Tower and side views. I only had a side view which was totally ok. I might go for the direct view if I was traveling with someone on a future visit.
The staff was excellent and the room was clean and I felt really safe walking back or taking an Uber late at night. I left my bags here until very late at night when switching hotels and it wasn’t an issue at all. They were happy to make recommendations in the neighborhood for coffee or anything else I needed.
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