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The 5 Parisian boutique hotels we love, by Yonder

In its article on their 5 favorite Parisian boutique hotels, Yonder honors La Maison Favart :

The Maison Favart | The romantic setting

The pitch? Does the name of this boutique hotel in Paris ring a bell? It is indeed the name of the founder of the Opéra Comique, Charles-Simone Favart, who lived there with his wife, the dancer and actress Justine du Ronceray. The Grands Boulevards are just a few steps away, and the view naturally opens onto the famous theater. The lobby immediately gives an impression of intimacy: panelling, cosy furniture, upholstered armchairs, old-fashioned portraits in gilded frames, and this fireplace corner which assumes its modernity.

The rooms? Each of the 39 rooms - the classics are the smallest - has its own universe, like so many boudoirs: toile de Jouy, velvet and silk, palettes of red and pink, bold stripes and drapes softened by the brown of a sofa, the caning of a seat. The mixes are undeniably daring for successful juxtapositions; each decor is theatrical, of course, but conforms to the requirements of a 4-star hotel: an Iphone station, a television offering a veritable film library, a pretty courtesy tray.

Gastronomy? No restaurant but a breakfast room like a sour candy: the style is baroque, the buffet particularly well furnished with its wide choice of pastries, salmon as well as cold cuts, dairy products and cheese. You can also be served in your room, the tray will be just as delicious.

On the wellness side? A small swimming pool reflected in the mirrors, subdued lighting, a waterfall and water jets, a sauna and this water bed: the charming space devoted to relaxation does not exclude state-of-the-art equipment in the fitness room. It is free of charge and can also be privatized for an hour: ideal for a romantic getaway.

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