Hotel du Petit Moulin


The Telegraph says: Hotel du Petit Moulin is a gorgeous intimate hotel amid the art galleries and fashion shops of the northern Marais. In two linked 17th-century buildings, the reception occupies a bakery, still with its painted glass façade. The rooms are inspired by voyages, and have star ceilings, 60s tables or Venetian mirrors. read more
Fodor's says: The cozy, quirky spaces of two historic 17th-century buildings make a characterful canvas for another of Christian Lacroix's ebullient flights of fancy. Some will find the many colors, textures, and motifs of the rooms and common areas artfully cheerful, while others will find them visually fatiguing. Whatever the case, there's no arguing with this bijoux hotel's originality--or its setting in the heart of the uber-chic haute Marais. Each compact room is decorated in a different but equally effervescent style, with murals and motifs taken from a page of the hotels historic past and repurposed for modern times in oversized prints and bright color schemes. read more
10 Best says: Behind the historic facade of what used to be Paris' oldest bakery shop, the new fashionable Art Hotel du Petit Moulin is an inspirational collage of Old World charm and smart, eclectic interior design, offering world-class services and amenities in the heart of the City of Lights. Treat yourself to the appeal and luxury of one of its 17 guest rooms, each one reflecting a specific aspect or period of the Marais district, altogether grand, historic, hip and slightly decadent. read more
Conde Nast Traveller says: Don't get confused by the vintage boulangerie signage: you're in the right place. Set in two connected 17th-century buildings - one the former home of one of Paris' first bakeries - the Hôtel du Petit Moulin feels like an insider's secret that's hiding in plain sight. read more




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