Unique Boutique Hotels in Paris

Unique and boutique, these Parisian hotels are just as much here to entertain you as they are to bathe you in luxury. From Michelin-starred kitchens featuring rooftop bars and pools to rooms with a view and quirky furniture, boutique hotels have that extra spice that dares you never to leave. I mean, if you can see the Eiffel Tower from your room, why wouldn’t you?

Hotel Monte Cristo

No need to be a book­worm to stay in this hotel — a sort of fan­ta­sy embodiment/living mon­u­ment of one of the great­est French­men, Alexan­der Dumas; but you must have an eye for the details to ful­ly appre­ci­ate the beau­ti­ful all-out XIXth-cen­tu­ry decor, pay­ing homage to the writer’s voy­ages of its room and suits. This place will def­i­nite­ly ~make you dream~ — and their well­ness facil­i­ties will be god­dess-send after a day full of explor­ing.

ADDRESS: 20–22 Rue Pas­cal (5th arr.)

MÉTRO: Les Gob­elins (line 7)

NEIGHBORHOOD: Pan­théon / Mouf­fe­tard / Jardin des Plantes

PRICE: €€€

DEETS: art­sy neigh­bor­hood, close to the action, for the rum lovers, south side of town


Hôtel Léopold

The Hotel Leopold, sit­ting pret­ty in the heart of the Mont­par­nasse dis­trict, can first and fore­most boast about their great loca­tion — but they offer so much more than that. Their col­or­ful, yet classy 30’s Art Deco style, com­bined with metic­u­lous details will almost make you aban­don the plans to vis­it any muse­ums and stay in your room admir­ing the bed frame flow­ers instead.

ADDRESS: 225 Boule­vard Ras­pail (14th arr.)

MÉTRO: Ras­pail (lines 4, 6) or Edgar Quinet (line 6)

NEIGHBORHOOD: Mont­par­nasse

PRICE: €€€

DEETS: art-deco, art­sy, qui­et street, great break­fast, close to all the must-sees

ROOM WITH A VIEW: the last floor rooms have a view for Mont­par­nasse ceme­tery (do what you want with that info)

Le Citizen

The expe­ri­ence is all in the title with this upbeat neigh­bor­hood hotel. From their brunch to their street views of Canal Saint-Mar­tin (far from the touristy part of town), you will feel like a (very cool) cit­i­zen of Paris at this spot, locat­ed in the most hip­ster­gas­mic part of Paris, in spite of oth­er, cheap­er, neigh­bor­hoods striv­ing to be the ‘Brook­lyn of Paris,’– the Canal remains unbeat­able as a dy-to-night hang­out for ~hot~ twen­tysome­things in mom jeans and the 40 year olds that can actu­al­ly afford the prop­er­ty prices.  Rent out their restau­rant for an event or host a theme night just because. It is 2022 after all, and you are #not­liketheother­tourists.

ADDRESS: 96 Quai de Jemmapes (10th arr.)

MÉTRO: Jacques Bon­ser­gent (line 5) or Gare du Nord (line 5)

NEIGHBORHOOD: Canal St. Martin


DEETS: green-hotel, eco-hotel, eco, hip­ster, green, break­fast, wifi, air-conditioning

ROOM WITH A VIEW: « Junior K » « Junior L » and « The Fam­i­ly » rooms all have views of Le Canal Saint Martin

Grand Amour Hotel Paris

Grand Amour has a, let’s say,  « youth­ful » and trendy ambiance — they sell their own knick­ers and favor loca­tions in slight­ly grungy streets to make you feel like a fuck­ing edgelord whilst still remain­ing suf­fi­cient­ly ~posh~ and not get­ting robbed or any­thing. They will show­er you with their spe­cial trend­slut form of luxe, yet fun, self-aware­ness with  many open, green patios (patii? I dun­no, I dropped out of Uni) and rooms where upscale meets cozy. It com­bines funky, art­sy, and lux­u­ri­ous for an alto­geth­er charm­ing stay. Order from their restau­rant 24/7 or a pair of undies from their online store. 😉

ADDRESS: 18 rue de la Fidél­ité (10th arr.)

MÉTRO: Saint Georges (line 12)

NEIGHBORHOOD: St. Denis / St. Mar­tin / Pois­son­nière / Paradis


DEETS: trendy, patio, cock­tail, youth­ful, gar­den, exot­ic gar­den restaurant 

ROOM WITH A VIEW: All rooms have a view of an ivy lined wall and green patio. The Duplex has a ter­race with a view of Paris’ rooftops.

Jules + Jim

Don’t let their obscure site fool you: with art exhi­bi­tions, guid­ed excur­sions, and be-dj’ed bar nights, Jules + Jim is a hotel that aims to please those with a youth­ful but dis­cern­ing spir­it. Take a ride in the hotel’s Cit­roën DS (made in 1961 like your dad lol) and re-expe­ri­ence Paris through vin­tage glass­es. (Although you don’t need to stay there to vibe out in vin­tage autos…) Not in the mood for a car ride? Take their pri­vate boat cruise along the Seine riv­er (again, lots of oth­er ways to do this, in fact ask us, we are ~experts~ in the Paris itin­er­ary pot­tery wheel and have the low­down on which tour com­pa­nies are ~basic~)…but regard­less of our snark and cyn­i­cism, do make a stop next door at Café Ineko, vot­ed best crois­sant in 2015. It’s like, real­ly, real­ly, hard to find art or gal­leries or muse­ums here in Paris, so come up for oxy­gen here with their pop-art inspired rooms and mod­ern spaces with an exhi­bi­tion area of their fea­tured art. 

ADDRESS: 11 Rue des Grav­il­liers (3rd arr.)

MÉTRO: Arts et Metiers (lines 3, 11)



DEETS: air con­di­tion­ing, blue­tooth, wifi, quaint break­fast, modern

ROOM WITH A VIEW: « Sous les Toits » faces the street side and enchants you with an incred­i­ble and rare view of Montmartre.

Molitor Hotel

Begin­ning as a pub­lic pool in the 20’s, aban­doned and left for graf­fi­ti artists to use as their can­vas in the late 80’s, the Moli­tor Hotel is a his­tor­i­cal build­ing that still show­cas­es its his­to­ry of art to this day. If that still doesn’t con­vince you, the Moli­tor hotel is home to the largest hotel spa in Europe and offers beau­ti­ful rooms with ter­race views attached. Plus, just look! Cool as hell, non? 

ADDRESS: 13 Rue Nungess­er et Coli (16th arr.)

MÉTRO: Porte d’Auteuil (line 10) or Exel­mans (line 9)

NEIGHBORHOOD: Bois de Boulogne 

PRICE: €€€

DEETS: vin­tage, 70’s, art, gar­den, pool, nature, art-deco, styl­ish, chic, historical

ROOM WITH A VIEW: With street views and a gar­den ter­race, the “Exec­u­tive Room” has one of the hotel’s best views, how­ev­er, almost all rooms have a view of their illus­tri­ous pool.


Atten­tion: this hotel is only for the dar­ing and promis­cu­ous! What does that even mean in 2022? One shud­ders to actu­al­ly imag­ine.  The Sin­ner hotel sug­gests a lux­u­ri­ous and sen­su­al cul­ture with a mys­te­ri­ous crypt (now that’s get­ting Freaky) and a roman bath-inspired spa to relax from your wild nights (or give you an oppor­tu­ni­ty to cre­ate them). The Sin­ner hotel remains implic­it yet mys­te­ri­ous with its inten­tions while simul­ta­ne­ous­ly promis­ing nights of inhi­bi­tion. Let your freak flag fly, or just enjoy a new angle on going to bed after see­ing Ver­sailles and the Eif­fel Tow­er (please, not in one day)

ADDRESS: 116 rue du Tem­ple (3rd arr.)

MÉTRO: Ram­buteau (line 11) or Arts et Métiers (line 3)


PRICE: €€€

DEETS: mas­sage, facial, spa, crypt, mys­tery, escape room, sex pos­i­tive, roman, vic­to­ri­an, monastic

Hotel du Petit Moulin

Well this is not your Mother’s bed­room, unless of course she is a quirky French design­er who likes clash­ing, fus­ing, and play­ing with col­ors and pat­terns. The Hotel du Petit Moulin offers some­thing unique to its guests as every suite was designed by French design­er Chris­t­ian LaCroix and the build­ing itself was Paris’ first bak­ery. Rent the fastest car, park it in their free pri­vate park­ing space, and take inspi­ra­tion from Petit Moulin’s fun scenery. 

ADDRESS: 29 rue de Poitou (3rd arr.)

MÉTRO: Saint-Sebastien Frois­sart (line 8) or Fille du Cal­vaire (line 8)


PRICE: €€€

DEETS: air con­di­tion­ing, wifi, com­fort, cozy, bou­tique, free park­ing, valet, bar, kitschy, camp, eclec­tic, spa, quirky

ROOM WITH A VIEW: Locat­ed on the top floor the “Junior Suite” has a height advan­tage and great windows.

Grand Pigalle

The Grand Pigalle Hotel is locat­ed in a his­toric and reviv­ing red light dis­trict-turned legit-neigh­bor­hood. Pigalle is full of nightlife and oth­er fun stuff (check out our bars direc­to­ry for more sug­ges­tions). With some of the best Parisian rooftop views and the option of day-use, the Grand Pigalle caters to lovers, fam­i­lies (ALERT: be pre­pared to teach Jay­den and Keigh­leigh about the birds and the bees though, as the main thor­ough­fare is lined with nasty-ass dildo/100% acrylic lin­gerie shops shops like the ‘Sex­o­drome’,). As well as wel­com­ing  ‘pro­fes­sion­als’, and oth­er degen­er­ate mon­sters who love bask­ing in the sun on a Parisian rooftop.

ADDRESS: 29 Rue Vic­tor Massé (9th arr.)

MÉTRO: Pigalle (lines 2, 12) or Saint-Georges (line 12)



DEETS: res­i­den­tial, bou­tique, chic, mod­ern, Parisian

ROOM WITH A VIEW: « Parisian Roof » rooms have views of the Mont­martre dis­trict and the famous Sacré Coeur. « Sopi Bal­cony » offers views of the Rue Vic­tor Massé street. In the « Hen­ry Mon­nier » room admire the rue Hen­ry Mon­nier and its Hauss­mann style buildings.

Les Bains

Remem­ber that style trend shab­by chic? This place embod­ies that flair in many ways. Both well-designed and charm­ing, Les Bains brings vin­tage flair with new world cou­ture. From its own bar with top mixol­o­gists to its club with DJ sets and live events, the hotel has more to offer than just a bed and breakfast. 

ADDRESS: 7 Rue du Bourg l’Ab­bé (3rd arr.)

MÉTRO:  Éti­enne Mar­cel (line 4)


PRICE: €€€

DEETS: mod­ern, lav­ish, live music, bar, trendy, air con­di­tion­ing, wifi 

ROOM WITH A VIEW: « Les Bains Suite » with a bal­cony and pri­vate steam room.

Kube Paris

Look­ing for a 4‑star hotel with a down-to-earth vibe? Kube Paris is a high­ly rat­ed, Miche­lin award-win­ning hotel that pro­vides a roman­tic green space for its guests. Be sure to reserve a spot at their restau­rant Après: a gourmet bistro and cock­tail bar. But the real rea­son to pay Kube a vis­it is that it has Paris’ one and only ice bar; a cool twist to enjoy­ing a late-night drink. 

ADDRESS: 1 Pas­sage Ruelle (18th arr.)

MÉTRO: RER Gare du Nord or Marx Dor­moy (line 12)

NEIGHBORHOOD: Bar­bès Roche­chouart / La Goutte d’Or


DEETS: 4 star hotel, Miche­lin, high­ly rat­ed, car park, free movies, ice bar, concierge, busi­ness, sem­i­nars, air-conditioning 

ROOM WITH A VIEW: « Nordik Room » offers a huge bath fac­ing a win­dow and an out­door patio.

The Hoxton

If one could equate the ener­gy of good pen­man­ship to a hotel, The Hox­ton would cap­ture it. Neat, clean, great cus­tomer ser­vice, var­i­ous accom­mo­da­tions like acces­si­bil­i­ty, dog-friend­ly rooms, and free inter­na­tion­al calls: this hotel checks a lot of box­es. And when all the prac­ti­cal box­es are checked, it makes it that much eas­i­er to stay in their adorable rooms, relax while enjoy­ing a glass of wine at their wine bar Planche, snoop around to dis­cov­er their speakeasy-esque hid­den bar room, or explore the Sen­tier neigh­bor­hood of Paris. 

ADDRESS: 30–32 Rue du Sen­tier (2nd arr.)

MÉTRO: Grands Boule­vards (lines 8, 9)

NEIGHBORHOOD:Sen­tier / Pas­sages Cou­verts / Bourse

PRICE: €€€

DEETS: acces­si­ble, wifi, air con­di­tion­ing, dog-friendly, free inter­na­tion­al calls, free cof­fee, gar­den, bar

ROOM WITH A VIEW: “Roomy Gar­den View” over­looks The Hox­ton garden

Hôtel Particulier Montmartre

In this pri­vate man­sion set­ting, Hôtel Par­ti­c­uli­er Mont­martre pro­vides a coun­try court­yard with Venet­ian deca­dence and Japan­ese influ­ences. While you are there, enjoy the largest pri­vate gate in Paris as well as one of the best speakeasies in town, their Bar Les Très Par­ti­c­uli­er. Don’t miss brunch in one of Paris’ largest pri­vate gar­dens, while you are at it. 

ADDRESS: 23 Avenue Junot Pavil­lon D (18th arr.)

MÉTRO: Lamar­ck-Caulain­court (line 12) or Blanche (line 2)


PRICE: €€€

DEETS: vin­tage, valet, gar­den, Sun­day brunch, bistro­nom­ic, cock­tails, room-ser­vice, 1950s, artistry, archi­tec­ture, romantic

ROOM WITH A VIEW: “Suite 1” and “Suite 3” offer gar­den views, “Suite 5” offers a skylight


Look­ing for an expe­ri­ence with the whole pack­age? The Fab­ric hotel offers a bougie, indus­tri­al ambi­ence with ham­mam and mas­sage spaces for relax­ation. Enjoy roam­ing the Folie-Méri­court area (Desirée resto/flower shop for lunch, Botanique for din­ner, Dirty Lemon for total­ly lit cock­tails, Bar le17 for the Parisian gay dive bar expe­ri­ence), Paris’ trendi­est street for drink­ing and not dri­ving.

ADDRESS: 31 Rue de la Folie Méri­court (11th arr.)

MÉTRO: Oberkampf (lines 5, 9) or Saint-Ambroise (lines 5, 9)

NEIGHBORHOOD: Oberkampf / Folie Méricourt

PRICE: €€€

DEETS: air con­di­tion­ing, heat­ing, bar, art-deco, bar, roman­tic, cul­tur­al, mas­sage, fit­ness center

ROOM WITH A VIEW: « Top Floor Room » offers a sky­light ambi­ence, « Supe­ri­or Court­room » offers a view of the inte­ri­or courtyard.

1K Hotel

No one tell the cast of Geordie Shore about this des­ti­na­tion pad or there might be a par­ty foul because Hotel 1k is seri­ous­ly a recipe for a good time. They’ve got Mex­i­can street food, Aztec themed bars, rooftop pools, and bal­conies that ARE a pool. The place is designed for a kick­back and with­in a good price range, too. 

ADDRESS: 13 Boule­vard du Tem­ple (3rd arr.)

MÉTRO: Filles du Cal­vaire (line 8)



DEETS: Latin, Peru­vian, dis­co bar, cock­tails, work­space, events, seminars

ROOM WITH A VIEW: « Pool Suite » with a ter­race pool and view of the Parisian rooftops.

Hotel Le A

Maybe it’s the over 300 works of art in Hotel Le A, but there is some­thing very Parisian about the atmos­phere. Their con­tem­po­rary art­work meets cozy spaces, down-to-earth hos­pi­tal­i­ty, and of course, crois­sants. Hotel Le A offers a feel-good expe­ri­ence with all of the bells and whis­tles of a 4‑star hotel. 

ADDRESS: 4 Rue d’Ar­tois (8th arr.)

MÉTRO: Saint-Phillippe-du-Roule (line 9)

NEIGHBORHOOD: Arc de Tri­om­phe / Champs-Elysées / Concorde

PRICE: €€€

DEETS: fam­i­ly friend­ly, tea-time, cafe, break­fast, chic, quaint, wifi, 4‑star, concierge 

ROOM WITH A VIEW: « Junior Suite Bal­cony » and « Deluxe Bal­cony » have views of the Rue d’Ar­tois street.

OFF Paris Seine

Known as the first hotel and bar on the water in Paris, OFF Paris Seine is lit­er­al­ly ON the Seine riv­er. With kooky and bold col­ors, mod­ern decor, and an epic set­ting, OFF deliv­ers an expe­ri­ence that needs no added excur­sion (though if you want­ed, they also offer a boat cruise past the Eif­fel Tower). 

ADDRESS:  86, Quai d’Austerlitz (13th arr.)

MÉTRO: Gare d’Auster­litz (lines 5, 10)

NEIGHBORHOOD: Berges de Seine


DEETS: pool, bar, float­ing hotel, cruise, tapas, brunch, wifi 

ROOM WITH A VIEW: Each room is named after the view it gives you. The “Design­er Sun­set Sweet” lets you catch the sun­set with views of the Seine.