We’ve come to the end of our Fashion Week ‘Where To Stay’ Marathon and last but not least we visit the City of Love, Paris. Once again, we cover the top places to stay in Paris during Fashion Week from neo-Asian inspired boutique hotels to 18th century sophistication.

Mandarin Oriental Paris

Situated on one of the most fashionable streets in the world, the rue Saint-Honoré, the Mandarin Oriental lies in the heart of the City of Love. Only half a mile away from the Carrousel du Louvre, this luxurious hotel is perfectly located and exudes timeless elegance. The hotel’s chic Bar 8 is a great place to grab a cocktail and discuss the days fashion events.

Distance to Carrousel du Louvre – 0.5 miles

Mandarin Oriental

 

Castille Paris

Italian chic meets Parisian haute couture at the 5 star Castille Paris. This romantic hotel has been lovingly restored back to its 18th century magnificence. During Fashion Week, Castille Paris is extremely popular due to its close proximity to the Carrousel du Louvre. The hotel is next to the Maison Chanel, the prestigious flagship store of Mademoiselle Coco and the Rue Cambon where you’ll find most exclusive boutiques in the world.

Distance to Carrousel du Louvre – 0.6 miles

Castilel Paris

 

Buddha Bar Hotel

Located near the Champs-Élysées and recently opened in June 2013, Buddha Bar Hotel is full of contemporary character and just steps from haute couture boutique shopping. The unique neo-Asian style of this hotel captivates and enchants guests with a creative combination of French “art of living” and Asian influences. The highly fashionable Le QU4TRE bar is beautifully decorated and plays ambient music nightly which attracts a hip and trendy crowd.

Distance to Carrousel du Louvre – 1.2 miles

Buddha Bar

 

Hotel Marignan

Hotel Marignan in the Quartier Latin district, is located in a quiet street in city centre of Paris. The hotel is short walk away from many cultural attractions including Notre Dame, the Pantheon and the Arc de Triomphe. Designer Pierre Yovanovitch has introduced his signature style of smooth curves, glossy monochrome floors and Scandinavian-chic.

Distance to Carrousel du Louvre – 2.1 miles

Hotel Marignan

 

Hotel Balzac

Hotel Balzac is a haven of Parisian chic and modern elegance.  The neo-classical hotel was once home to famous French writer Honoré de Balzac, and features a personalised service provided by several ‘Golden Key’ concierges. World renowned chef Pierre Gagnaire, is head of the flagship hotel restaurant, specialising in modern French cuisine and awarded three Michellin stars. Just off the Champs-Elysées, Hotel Balzac is walking distance away from many of the major fashion shows.

Distance to Carrousel du Louvre – 2.1 miles

Hotel Balzac

 

Hotel Vernet

A stone’s throw from the Arc de Triomphe, the contemporary Hotel Vernet has been transformed by architect François Champsaur, from a traditional classic hotel, into a modern boutique residence. The historic limestone building dating back to 1913, houses a contrasting interior of fresh modernity and bold colour palettes. The hotels charming V Restaurant sits under an enormous stained glass dome designed by the famed Gustave Eiffel and serves some of the best cuisine the city has to offer.

Distance to Carrousel du Louvre – 2.4 miles

Hotel Vernet

 

Le Royal Monceau Raffles

Designed by Philippe Starck,  Le Royal Monceau Raffles is a luxury palace hotel in a glamorous location famous for exhibiting beautiful artworks in its art gallery and library. The hotel is ideally located for guests to experience Parisian life with the Champs-Elysées, Arc de Triomphe and Parc Monceau all nearby. After a busy day marvelling at the shows, unwind at the hotel Spa by Clarins, a place of contemporary beauty and relaxation in the heart of Paris.

Distance to Carrousel du Louvre – 2.9 miles

Le Royale Monseau

 

Hotel Molitor

Originally opened in 1929, Hotel Molitor was once one of the most popular swimming baths in Paris.  In May 2014, French hotel chain Accor renovated Molitor to its original glory with its spirit and architecture intact. Each room has been personally designed by Jean-Philippe Nuel in a neutral black, white and grey colour palette and is a sophisticated and elegant place to stay just outside the hustle and bustle of Paris.

Distance to Carrousel du Louvre – 4.7 miles

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