Seven Hotel

Three quirky hotels perfect for a weekend in Paris

 It’s lovely to get away for a weekend, and Paris, especially at this time of year, is one of the most beautiful cities in the world.  So why visit this ravishing place, then stay in a bland hotel?  I’m always tearing out bits and bobs from travel magazines and scribbling details about hotels I’m dying to stay in.  Here are three of my favourites:

The Seven Hotel

This hotel (above) has been on my wishlist since I tore an article about it out of a magazine when it first opened.  The rooms are just incredible (and slightly barking), with space age details, amazing lighting, ‘floating’ beds… there’s even a 007 room.

Located on Rue Berthollet in Paris’ bohemian 5th arrondissement Latin Quarter, there’s all sorts to discover locally (take a wander along Boulevard St Michel – fab for people watching.  In fact, keep going and visit the Pantheon, the Luxembourg Gardens and the gobsmacking Palais de Luxembourg).
Le Dokhan's (Photo: Radisson Blu)
It may well be a chain hotel, but there’s absolutely nothing bland about Le Dokhan’s.  Quite apart from the fabulous location (it’s a short walk from the Eiffel Tower, L’Arc de Triomphe and the Champs Elysées, and right by the Trocadéro metro stop) this hotel is beautifully decorated, with sumptuous soft furnishings and marble bathrooms. There is even one suite with a balcony overlooking the Eiffel Tower: perfect for a romantic weekend away.
Hotel du Collectionneur
This seven storey Art Deco monster boasts a fabulous location on rue de Courcelles, just (as the name suggests) minutes from L’Arc de Triomphe.  Not your budget option, admittedly, but one look at the incredible tropical garden at the centre of the building, and your credit card bill will be forgotten.  The lobby of this hotel is just incredible – there’s nothing like a ‘take your breath away’ reception area to start your holiday in the right frame of mind!
You can find these hotels, and many more, on Holidaycheck, where you can also find more reviews if you need more insights into any of these amazing hotels.
EMFT
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