Hotel Recamier
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I-escape says: Gracefully elegant maison bourgeoise offering understated luxury and supreme service at an intimate address in Saint Germain des Près. This 24-room hotel has been transformed into a very stylish yet homely townhouse B&B. Stepping through the door, thoughtful touches abound. read more
The Independent says: The Left Bank of Paris is all about small, singular delights. In the elegant, upscale neighbourhood of St-Germain-des-Prés, every street reveals artisanal treats. Here, a patisserie selling delicate macarons dusted in sugar and wrapped in gold leaf. There, a candlelit wine merchant's beckoning you in from the January cold. read more
Harpers Bazaar says: Designed by Jean-Louis Deniot, who is perhaps best known for the Coco Chanel suite at the Ritz, the hotel feels like an upscale private house. The common areas – comprising a lobby, terrace and fireplace lounge – are arranged with tasteful 20th-century decor and furnishings, ambient lighting and just the right amount of glamour. read more
New York Times - Tucked behind the newly renovated St.-Sulpice church, the six-story Hotel Recamier is quiet, chic and sophisticated. The interior designer Jean-Louis Deniot made each of the 24 rooms, ranging from small to spacious, unique. But they all share a soothing, neutral palette. read more
Conde Nast Traveller says: Under the supervision of a passionate owner, a run-down two-star hotel was in 2009 revived into this sophisticated Left Bank inn that evokes the apartment of a well-traveled art and history buff. Accented by the hotel’s signature scent, the interiors by Jean-Louis Deniot are contemporary and bright, warmed by reclaimed wood tables, metallic sculptures, and original artwork and unique objets sourced from around the world. read more

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