The Telegraph - Behind the striking wrap-around façade of a converted 1930s telephone exchange, this calmly luxurious hotel near Les Invalides is a daring new addition to an upmarket part of the 7th arrondissement. Many of the rooms are seductive duplexes, where you climb a glass-sided staircase to the mezzanine bedroom. read more
The Globe and Mail - Nowhere juxtaposes old and new with the panache of Paris, and Le Cinq Codet epitomizes that confidence by fusing together modernity and an homage to another era. The upscale boutique hotel lies behind a 1930s sculpted-stone façade that juts out like the prow of an ocean liner. Housed within the original France Telecom building, the exterior of the hotel has been meticulously restored to all its art-deco glory. Inside, clean lines and floor-to-ceiling windows provide the perfect backdrop to the stylish designer furniture and varied and plentiful modern art propped up against the walls of your room. read more
Urban Pixxels - In a city as obsessed with fashion and beauty as Paris, the importance of a good beauty sleep should not be underestimated. So where do stay when you’re visiting the city for the weekend? For my recent trip I was looking for a modern, luxurious hotel in an arrondissement that would be central enough to explore the city, but also one that I didn’t know that well yet. And I found the perfect place: Le Cinq Codet in the 7th arrondissement, right next to Les Invalides and Musée Rodin and walking distance from the Eiffel Tower. To start with…My hotel room had two floors! It’s not that I need a lot of space when I’m traveling, but I can tell you: it’s pretty cool to have a staircase in your room. It feels more like a small apartment (or a Parisian loft) than a hotel room. read more
Luxury Lifestyle Magazine - Its eye-catching aesthetics are the product of architect-trained interior designer Jean-Phillipe Nuel, who transformed the former 1930s telephone exchange into the stylish five-star hotel it is today. The hotel boasts 29 room types among a total of 67 where guests are treated to a welcoming space decorated with a likeness to an artist’s studio. In fact, the entirety of the hotel is littered with works by established and up-and-coming contemporary artists; Cyril Destrade-Léveille, Caroline Touzet, and Julio Rondo to name but a few. read more




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