Hôtel Paradis, closer to the stars

Hôtel Paradis, closer to the stars

With its picture-book image and trendy decor, this small hotel is a perfect stopover for Paris-lovers. .

In a few short years, this small hotel in the 10th arrondissement, halfway between the Gare du Nord and the Grands Boulevards, has become a charming boutique address in a thriving neighbourhood. When the Breton couple, Julie and Adrien Gloaguen, acquired their 38-room hotel, they wanted to make it perfect. And they succeeded, to say the very least. Obviously, they were helped hugely by the incredible view of zinc roofs from many of the rooms. To perfect the result, they also hired the much-lauded designer Dorothy Meilichzon, who designed the Bachaumont and Grand Pigalle, and restaurants like Mathis and Beef Club. Her design oscillates between romanticism and humour, evident in the birds of paradise on the walls and a huge Vuitton trunk for a reception desk. The rooms are sleekly styled and enhanced by lights to which only she has the secret, giving the rooms a warm, cosy atmosphere.

Hôtel Paradis
41, rue des Petites-Écuries
75010 Paris

+33 (0)1 45 23 08 22


Rooms: from 126 EUR