Trendy hotel in the heart of Paris
In the 2nd arrondissement, on Rue du Sentier, The Hoxton is the the Ennismore Group‘s 4th address.
Open since 2017, the hotel is nestled into an 18th century mansion listed as a Historic Monument, which was a former textile factory that had been abandoned for 10 years. After 4 years of renovative works, the property includes a sculpted facade, 3 buildings from different periods, 2 century-old paved courtyards, and 15 staircases.
The hotel was designed in collaboration with interior designers Humbert & Poyet for the rooms, and the Soho House backed by Ennismore’s creative team for the common areas. As with every hotel in the group, the design was influenced by the history and spirit of the space it occupies to create a casual, elegant and trendy place to stay.
The Hoxton Paris has 171 contemporary, industrial-style rooms, divided into 4 categories. Period details such as high ceilings, cornices, woodwork, and herringbone parquet flooring contrast with the walls in vibrant colours of blue, green and red. Rooms are decorated with thick curtains coupled with modern and vintage furniture from the 50’s covered with Formica, geometrically shaped bed sheets, leather headboards, retro telephones and radio, and designer lighting to create a cozy atmosphere. The bathrooms have rain showers, and are designed with white metropolitan subway tiles and copper fittings.
On the ground floor, Rivié is a space including the restaurant, courtyard and lobby, with a French-inspired seasonal menu. The Jacques’ Bar is located on the 1st floor, with an intimate decor and original cocktails. In the basement below, the area nicknamed Les Voûtes features reception rooms with exposed stone walls. The hotel also offers yoga classes, workshops, and art exhibitions.
The Hoxton is the ideal hotel to stay in Paris.
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Double room from 99 € per night during low season.