Cozy Paris Hotels Where You Can Warm Up This Fall – Paris has always had a je ne sais quoi. Maybe it’s because of the chic inhabitants or the charm of the buildings, who knows. All we know is that Maison et Objet September 2018 is near, which means that you have to start planning your stay. This city is beautiful in all seasons, but a trip during the colder months can be particularly enchanting, watching the rain fall over those famous rooftops, and warm and cozy nights in one of our favorite boutique hotels. Maison Valentin brings you today na insider’s guide to the 5 coziest hotels in the City of Lights, check it below!
Hotel du Petit Moulin
This was the first hotel designed by Christian Lacroix. With just 17 unique rooms, featuring jewel-like color palettes, sumptuous fabrics, and huge bathtubs, the Christian Lacroix-designed Hotel du Petit Moulin is one of Paris’ best boutique hotels for snuggling up in during the colder months.
The classical golden stone façade of this hotel hardly prepares you for the interior, as you walk into a salon of Moorish-style inspiration, recuperated from a mansion in Brussels. Each room is individually decorated with unique design details and vintage furniture, and in rich colors: deep greens and blues, and reds and golds. As well as a private spa downstairs the hotel also features a lounge, winter garden, and reading room, complete with a hidden bar, warming fireplace, and board games. Where better to find shelter on a cold afternoon?
Leather armchairs, an open fire, home-cooked food, and some of the most fabulous wallpaper you’ve ever seen, the Hotel Providence is a snuggly home from home. Each room is a source of inspiration, individually decorated with unique design details and vintage furniture, and rich colors: deep greens and blues, and reds and golds. And if this still doesn’t entice you indoors, maybe the your very own private in-room cocktail bar will.
Le Roch Hotel and Spa
Featuring a beautiful candlelit swimming pool and a hot hamman, Le Roch makes the ideal place for some warming winter self-care. Once you’ve dried off head to the hotel’s homely lounge area to cosy up on the sofa in front of the roaring fire, perhaps with a good book from the hotel’s many bookcases. With “spa” in its name, Le Roch already sounds like some where you want to be when the temperature drops
One of Paris’ most hidden hotels, the Relais Christine has been gradually refurbished over the last two years and is now looking more inviting than ever. The hotel’s salon has a particularly cozy feel, and with its opulent velvets and jacquards, it makes the perfect place to relax with a book or newspaper on one of its plush sofas. There is an honesty bar on hand for a warming drink on a cold evening, and even three fireplaces for winter.