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L’Hôtel provided the provocation for these last words of Oscar Wilde. But the claim to fame is less dubious thanks to a luxe redesign by Jacques Garcia.
The glitterati and sophisticated couples keep this 20-room property booked solid, so reserve two to three months in advance for high-season accommodation.
A riot of exuberance and opulence, this Jacques Garcia-designed hotel is gloriously decadent.
There's something just a bit naughty in the air at this eccentric and opulent boutique hotel. Full review →
Ranking just a notch below the Relais Christine , this is one of the Left Bank's most charming boutique hotels. Full review →
This renovated hotel retains its period charm in guest chambers that exude individual character. Full review →
This legendary hotel has been redecorated by Jacques Garcia, but retains something of its old sense of decadence in the extravagant decor, cellar fumoir and mini swimming pool. Full review →
In a quiet quayside street, this award-winning hostelry is the stuff of romance, Parisian myths and urban legends. Full review →
It was at L'Hotel that the great Oscar Wilde died in 1900. The atypical, aesthetic decor, updated by Jacques Garcia, still manages to pay homage to artistic pomp and splendour.
One of the most romantic hotels in Paris; recently renovated; a bijou pool and steam room in the vaulted stone cellars; gourmet restaurant; cozy, seductive bar. 13 Rue des Beaux-Arts;... Full review →
It's hard to find another hotel that matches the L’Hotel’s rich history, elegance, and character. Full review →
Extravagantly styled and fashionable designer hotel, with twenty sumptuous rooms accessed by a wonderful spiral staircase, and with a tiny pool in the basement.
Once the simple Hôtel d'Alsace, where Oscar Wilde died . . . there's much more to it than that, with . . . 20 bedrooms by interior decorator Jacques Garcia and its Michelin-starred Le Restaurant. Full review →
For the ultimate sensuous, decadent Parisian trip with scintillating literary overtones, head for the sumptuous L’Hôtel in St-Germain-des-Prés. Full review →
Expect red brocade walls, floor-length silk draperies, oversize tassels, and ornate patterns covering every surface. Full review →
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