Stylish, Intimate, Well-Located
5 Rue Thérèse (33) 1 42 96 10 01 www.hoteltherese.com
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At a Glance
Tucked away on a quiet street in the 1st Arrondissement, Hotel Thérèse is a sophisticated and impeccably decorated boutique hideaway from the Hotel Récamier team.
- The cozy breakfast room, located in a white-washed, underground cave
- The exquisite décor, which is equal parts eclectic, elegant and welcoming
- Close proximity (less than a five-minute walk) to many of Paris’s most coveted attractions, including the Louvre, Palais Royal, Opéra Garnier and Tuileries Gardens
Hotel Thérèse has all the trappings of an ideal Parisan home-away-from-home: prime location, excellent service, stylish decor and an undeniable French character that is evident everywhere from the smartly curated library to the delightful afternoon tea spread.
Guests are welcomed to the 40-room hotel in the main lobby, where plush, jewel toned couches, birch wood decorations, dark wood bookshelves and floral arrangements evoke the feeling of being in a chic Parisian home. This intimate atmosphere is complemented by the friendly staff, who are incredibly accommodating without being fussy: an impressive balance to strike.
Designed by acclaimed interior wizard Jean-Louis Deniot, Hotel Thérèse’s exquisitely decorated public spaces are the kind of places that make you want to while away an afternoon, simply enjoying the setting. The lobby lounge and living room are filled with graphic carpets, luxurious fabrics and groovy-cool furniture; what is most impressive, however, is that the eclectic mix of elements blend seamlessly together. The rooms are similarly designed, if not slightly less stylized, with muted colors like beige and light blue, complemented by design accents—a wicker chair here, an Art-Deco lamp there. Turndown treats come in the form of Angelina chocolates and pinot noir.
Who Should Stay
Couples looking for a cozy and stylish home base within short walking distance to Paris’s top Right Bank attractions.
- Blair West