According to Trip Advisor, Hotel Fabric is the #6 Hotel in Paris. I don’t know about you, but when I am researching hotels, I am always looking for reviews to read before booking. I think where you stay can make or break a visit to any city. This is one of the reasons why I visit so many hotels for the blog. I want my readers to have the best visit possible and that starts with where you stay. Hotel Fabric is the sister hotel of Hotel Monge.
Hotel Fabric welcomes guests by checking them in at a seated desk. Instead of the traditional standing desk you see at more traditional hotels. I was greeted with a smile and immediately offered a warm drink in the lobby. They have tea and coffee available with madeleines throughout the day.
Guests can help themselves throughout the day. This is also where they host an honest bar in the evenings where you can get a glass of wine/beer/spirit for a reasonable price. You just mark what you took and they will add it onto your room bill.
What I Loved about the room:
The bed was extremely comfortable and I didn’t want to leave when it came time to wake up.
There was a desk for me to work at. It was small but fit my laptop and notebook just fine. I had some late nights in Paris so catching up on work was essential.
It was dark to take a photo but in the closet area, there was a safe that was large enough for ALL of my things. Computer, hard drive, passport, camera and lenses. It is all too often, I am stuck with a hotel that can’t fit my belongings and it is so frustrating.
A tiny fridge was located on the bottom shelf of the closet with cold drinks. Sodas and waters were available for 3 euros. The price is completely reasonable and this was available without leaving your room.
A simple but much appreciated touch in the room was the Evian. One thing about me is that I am ALWAYS thirsty. These came in handy because I could easily pop one in my bag to keep hydrated through out the day.
The lobby has a great selection of books that you can read and reference. The staff is also great at making suggestions in the area for food or drinks. Breakfast is served in the lobby and you can sit wherever you like. I loved the cozy atmosphere of the space.
For a reference of what is in the area, you can download this map. I loved that there was a Franprix just next door. You can pick up snacks/water/wine here.
This was a sponsored stay in partnership with Hotel Fabric. All opinions are my own.
P.S. Don’t miss Where to Eat and Drink in Paris and take a look at the sister hotel Hotel Monge on the Left Bank of Paris.