Hotel Hoxton

One of my favorit hotels in Paris.

The Hoxton hotel in Paris is located in the 2nd arrondissement, very close to the 1st arrondissement making location perfect. It’s a boutique hotel that has incorporated a 300-year-old architecture into their design aesthetic. The hotel is housed in an 18th century hôtel particulier that was built for Etienne Rivié, a top advisor to Louis XV, and served as his private residence. History and design that meets in the perfect re-union.

The style is somewhere between effortless chic, functional design and personal touches – courtesy of Monaco-based design agency Humbert & Poyet and the global, members-only Soho House group. As is standard at Hoxton hotels, a complimentary breakfast bag is delivered to your door every morning.

There is the Rivié, the hotel’s on-site restaurant, which is the destination for all-day traditional brasserie. On the first floor there is the Jacques’ Bar, modeled after the Majorelle Garden in Marrakech and made very “homie” in the best way possible. Behind the cute courtyard (and I missed that the first time around I stayed at the hotel) the wine & tapas bar, bio-wines and first class cheeses and snacks served by professionals.

Not to avoid mentioning the super service-minded and talented staff of the hotel. Be it the reception, the coffee shop or the bar, the staff is well-spoken in English – thanks to an international casting – and everyone seems to be on their toes to provide the best service for your stay. Did I mention, it is one of my very favorit hotels in Paris?

The Hoxton hotels can also be found in london, Amsterdam, NYC, Oregon, Illinois and soon L.A.

Hoxton Paris

 

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