Pause Mag says: The hotel features a range of elegant and romantic rooms, with a mix of contemporary yet old modern designs. The interior design of the hotel is amazing, with a mixture of different artistic moods. The bedrooms give an automatically romantic getaway feel, with a bathtub for two – C.O.Q is perfect for any couple. read more
Telegraph says: The hotel's name C.O.Q., as in Community of Quality as well as the symbolic French rooster, cues for a characterful boutique hotel, discreetly placed in a Haussmannian building near the Place d'Italie square, featuring family portraits, a convivial lounge, Parisian beer and films screened in the evenings. read more
Wallpaper* says: Designed by local outfit, Agence Favorite, each room is slightly different, but all implore an eclectic-chic aesthetic that mixes contemporary design and vintage accents, with an emphasis on incorporating local French elements such as merino wool D.U.S.T. throw blankets, wood flooring made in Limoges and antiques procured from Paris flea markets. The striking black and white-tiled bathrooms meanwhile, contrast the otherwise texturally rich rooms. read more
The Independent says: The winter garden is C.O.Q’s pièce de résistance. Situated at the back of the ground floor, under a grand skylight, this is a sumptuous space dotted with low-slung mid-century Danish furniture in varying types of wood, deep velvet-cushioned sofas, abundant potted plants, and Victorian objet d’arts, such as framed butterflies. read more




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