The Telegraph says: This relaxed boutique hotel subtly nods to its past as a textile factory, preserving industrial metal windows and injecting a rash of colourful patterned fabrics. The ground floor mutates between reception, honesty bar and breakfast room with eclectic flea-market finds. read more
The Times says: The now-edgy Oberkampf area was the heart of the old textile industry, and its coolest boutique hotel, Hotel Fabric, is based in a converted factory dating from this era. The reception area and rooms feature original factory columns, and the lights and wooden tables hark back to the building’s working past. It doesn’t lack warmth, however: there are jazzy, floral designs on the fabrics in the bedrooms and leather furnishings and cosy throws in the communal space, inviting you to kick back with a coffee and a paper. read more
Conde Nast Traveller says: Nestled on what may be the city's sleepiest side street is this delightfully funky hotel. Enjoy a coffee in the buzzy lobby, lined with vintage finds from the nearby Folie-Méricourt market, before retreating to one of the spacious rooms. Don’t forget to book yourself in for a free, individual hammam session at the end of the day. read more
Fodors says: A spirited décor marks this chic boutique hotel that’s fully tuned to the pulse of its young, happening neighborhood. Close to some of Paris's best small bistros, cocktail bars and plenty of nightlife, the hotel—once a textile factory—takes the many arts and crafts workshops that once lined this quiet two-block street as the theme for its 33 rooms.
Hôtel Fabric, Rue de la Folie Méricourt, Paris, France