Les Bains Paris

7, rue du Bourg-l'Abbé (Rue de Turbigo) Paris

This iconic Marais bathhouse and nightclub has been transformed into a swanky hotel.

Les Bains Paris

In the 1970s this Philippe Starck-designed hot spot was THE place to see and be seen in Paris, frequented by a Studio 54 crowd populated with the likes of Andy Warhol, Mick Jagger and a slate of supermodels. After falling on a stretch of hard times, the location reemerged as a destination of choice for discerning travelers seeking not just an accommodation, but an experience. Nestled into Paris’ colorful Marais district, the Haussmannian building carries a long and illustrious history, originally opened in 1885 as a public bathhouse and the first thermal spa in town. Through its current incarnation, renowned designers Tristan Auer and Denis Montel pay homage to the property’s past with marble details and photos of famous visitors in the rooms, as well as Starck’s original black-and-white checkered flooring in the sleek, red-columned restaurant Les Bains - La Salle-à-Manger, serving neo-brasserie cuisine. The 39 rooms and suites (some with balconies) also offer modern, minimalist appeal and amenities like en suite bathrooms, Wi-Fi and Marshall iPod systems. With curved ceilings and retro flair, the bar is destined to carry on Les Bains’ reputation as a gathering spot for a trendy, well-heeled clientele.

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7, rue du Bourg-l'Abbé (Rue de Turbigo) 75003 Paris France Subway: Etienne Marcel


+33 (0)1 42 77 07 07 Hotel’s Website

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