Le Roch Hotel & Spa
Chic, hip, value
28 Rue Saint-Roch 33-0-70-83-00-00 www.leroch-hotel.com
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At a Glance
A trendy boutique hotel in the city center (just a two-minute walk from the Tuileries), Le Roch has an intimate atmosphere but all the amenities of a larger property (pool, spa and gym).
- The indoor pool carved from black rock and the hammam, which can be accessed by swimming through a waterfall
- The elegant, richly colored décor by Parisian style design icon Sarah Lavoine
- The courtyard, a quiet, alfresco escape in the city center
Boasting one of the best locations in Paris, on a quiet street two blocks from the iconic Rue de Rivoli, Le Roch Hotel & Spa is the first hotel from Parisian designer Sarah Lavoine, who outfitted the address so perfectly that is has become a favorite of travelers looking for an elegant, discrete escape in the city. Decorated in rich hues and with book-lined shelves, velvet couches and a fireplace, the lobby at Le Roch feels more like a home than the entryway of one of the most popular boutique hotels in Paris.
Le Roch’s 32 rooms and five suites feature a contemporary design aesthetic and a mix of jewel tones of deep blue, green and burgundy. The overall feel is modern French with a Moroccan touch, the latter element being particularly evident in the suites, which feature hammams. The ‘Parisian apartment’ is a great option for families, as it occupies the entire sixth floor and has a lovely rooftop terrace.
For such a small hotel, Le Roch has an impressive array of pampering amenities. The basement-level pool, made from black lava rock, is a serene oasis that connects to a hammam through a waterfall. The mirror-walled fitness center features the expected gym equipment, and the spa offers a menu of treatments from French skincare brand Codage. For dining, the excellent all-day restaurant has become a destination for even non-hotel guests, thanks to its excellent cuisine by chef Rémy Bérerd, which includes such dinner fare as grilled octopus with piquillo peppers and corn and spelt risotto with candied kumquat.
Who Should Stay
Travelers looking for a fashionable boutique property in a great location and do not want a grand dame hotel experience.
- Emma Pierce
Indagare Plus Amenities
- $50USD F&B Credit once per room, per stay, Scented Candle
- Complimentary Breakfast
- Upgraded Room Category on Availability at Check-In
- Late Check-Out on Availability
- Complimentary WiFi Internet Access