Hôtel Odéon Saint-Germain

Decadent, romantic, snug

13 Rue Saint Sulpice, Paris 75006

33 (0) 1-43-25-70-11

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At a Glance

Think of this Left Bank property as the funkier younger sister to the Hôtel Costes on the Right Bank.

Review

This small Left Bank hotel has been redone with drama by super-star French decorator Jacques Garcia, who may be best known for the deeply glamorous interiors he created for the Hôtel Costes in the ‘90s and for the renovation of Marrakech's La Mamounia. In many ways this property could be considered the Costes’ funkier little sister. For starters, there are fewer rooms, and the rooms—both public and private–are much smaller, but then so are the rates. Just as the Costes sits on the Right Bank’s premier shopping street, the Faubourg St.-Honoré, so is the Odéon Saint-Germain located only steps from many of the Left Bank’s best boutiques on Rue St.-Sulpice. The building dates to 1530, so quarters are tight but charming. Exposed beams and rough stone walls have been gleefully tarted up with velvet, tweed and brocade by Garcia to make extravagance play off the simple spaces. It’s a good choice for those who want to sleep in stylish surroundings in a Left Bank location, but who do not need a lot of space.

Who Should Stay

A good choice for those who want to sleep in stylish surroundings on the Left Bank and do not need a lot of space.

Written by Indagare

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