A playful boutique hotel influenced by a king of haute couture.
Given that this Marais District hotel was designed by Christian Lacroix, it’s no surprise that it’s a bit over the top. Splashy circus colors and eccentric décor details can be found throughout, from the lobby to the seventeen guest rooms. Eclectic defines the overall style, which is belied by the 1900 façade. The building once housed a bakery, said to be the oldest bakery in Paris (dating back to the time of Henry IV), and the neighborhood rumor is that Victor Hugo came here for his bread. Limousine service and massages can be arranged, and free private parking is available on request. Among guest room standard features are LCD flat-screen TVs and Wi-Fi. The hotel has a private guest bar. A multilingual reception staff speaks Italian, Spanish and (naturally) French.
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