Hotel reviews

Hotel reviews

The architects who built Paris from the Gallo Roman through the Art Deco/modernist periods were, admittedly, largely men, but the city's defining elegance, its subtlety and cache have been the gift of women. In naming streets, pavilions, parks and odalisques,...

Near St. Lazare train station and in the epicentre of Marcel Proust's Paris stomping ground, this imaginative 'hôtel littéraire' invites guests to discover, or deepen their appreciation of, the great French author in a...
Saint Christopher's Inn, Paris

Paris is undoubtedly one of the most expensive European cities to holiday in, especially when it comes to accommodation. However, while visiting you don’t have to splurge on a place to sleep to make...

A family-run hotel with 51 rooms spread through a pretty trio of pastel-painted houses surrounding a large garden, this extremely popular hotel seems much more pastoral than Parisian. Bedrooms are individually decorated in muted...

Bed and Breakfast. From €190 per night 6 ave Georges Mandel, Paris 75016. Tel: 01 42 27 27 93. www.naturelei.com

In an elegant Haussmann building, each of this hotel's 33 rooms foregoes cool minimalism in favour of the warm earthiness of fine natural materials: wood ceilings, wool rugs and exquisite linens. Other notable features...

Every so often you come across an Hotelier whose in it primarily for their passion for hospitality, traditional warm hospitality. In the oh-so-conveniently situated Hotel Chavanel, 22 rue Tronchet, just between the Eglise Madeleine...

Frequent travelers to Paris may be intrigued to try out the new tramway (T3b) that runs the periphery direction south departing from Porte de Vincennes, skirting past Bois de Vincennes, Porte d’Italie and then...

Georgette Popincourt. Doesn’t that sound like the name of an Anglo-Parisian heroine in the latest NY Times bestseller? In fact, I like that name so much I think I might even use it. But it’s...