The first hotel devoted to yoga
Located in the 9th arrondissement of Paris, Hoy is a new hybrid space focused on well-being, and incidentally offers a place to sleep.
Its Franco-Mexican founder, Charlotte Gomez De Orozco, became a yoga teacher after attending hotel school, and combined her two passions within the same slow-living concept. Hoy is an acronym for Home of Yoga and also a Spanish translation of “Today”. De Orozco teamed up with Sabrina Goldin and Stéphane Abby to create the hotel’s interiors, a wabi-sabi inspired setting.
The hotel has 22 rooms furnished according to traditional feng shui principles, the proof being in that there is a bar for stretching where the TV should be. Eggshell-coloured walls, green and teal-blue headboards embellish these minimalist, frill-free rooms. They are all furnished with natural materials, custom-made raw wood furniture, Mexican ceramics, linen kimonos, and Japanese Binchotan charcoal carafes to purify the water, plunging guests into a bubble of serenity. The toiletries are formulated in collaboration with The Naked Shop, a zero-waste boutique.
On the ground floor, underneath a glass roof, you will find the Mesa restaurant, in association with the English chef Lauren Lovatt, offering gourmet and healthy, 100% vegetable-based Latin-American inspired cuisine.
The hotel also hosts Floreria, a Japanese florist designed by the artist Chiaki Kokami. On the first floor, there is the Yuj yoga studio, a room heated to 30°C and lit with infra-red light. One room is entirely dedicated to well-being, offering a variety of therapeutic treatments.
The Hoy hotel is a soothing refuge, and a place to reconnect, share, and focus on your well-being.
We love Hoy for:
Double room from 180 € per night during low season.