Hotel Crayon Rouge


The Telegraph says: This flamboyant three-star hotel in downtown Paris inspires guests with a rainbow of tangy colour schemes, inventive printed wallpapers and a treasure trove of retro curiosities uncovered at the flea market. The ambiance is very much guesthouse chic and there’s a marvellous wine bar to boot. read more
The Times Insider says: This is a welcoming, compact three-star with plenty of character and an enviable location – a seven-minute walk to the Louvre - for which you don’t pay a premium for it. Childlike sketches and colourful designs coat the walls, and the breakfast area transforms into a cool honesty bar for evening drinks. read more
Bonjour Paris says: Opened in summer 2014, Hotel Crayon Rouge is smack dab in the heart of the first arrondissement, not far from the Louvre and the Palais Royal gardens. Behind the façade on rue Croix des Petits Champs, you’ll find an explosion of colour in 17 guest rooms. The design aesthetic is playful, with vintage furniture, pretty wallpaper, and cool retro touches. read more
Happiness & Things says: Hotel Crayon, as you will notice immediately, is all about creativity and art. It’s like as if a bunch of crazy artists were set loose on the property to create living spaces that are both comfortable and inspiring. read more




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