Hotel Thérèse

A relatively small and intimate boutique hotel, situated in the narrow rue Théresè, from which it steels the name, very close to places like the Louvre, the Opera or the Palais Royal. This amazing model of architecture from the XVIII century was recently restored giving place to a building full of glamour with a contemporary and sophisticated touch, without losing the essence of the past, which shows, for example, in its splendid lobby, marble bathtubs and original watercolors.

An excellent combination of shiny and rich materials is noticeable, a singular harmony of the colors and the worn and rusty effect of the materials illustrates the vintage spirit of the XX century. The hotel is elegant and charming, with luxury notes in the right measure, featuring well with the city where it’s located.

Very close to the reception we find a beautiful space, a room that serves as relaxing area, where we’re able to rest while having a tea. Its 40 rooms are characterized by color schemes and contemporary ambiance, modern and elegant style, and even a little exotic.

The service is one of the strengths of the hotel, relaxed employees, nice, no great formalities and alert to our needs.

Something that caught my eye was the breakfast room, the feeling we get is that we’re in some kind of bunker, it is, without doubt interesting with all its structure and architecture.

Those who travel to Paris and seek for a well located place, where you feel at home, a place to be treated with all the sympathy, where elegance and charm are respected, and above all, presents nice prices, can and should look for Hotel Thérèse.

Hotel Thérèse
Rooms from 180€
5/7, rue Thérèse – Paris
+33(0)1 42 96 10 01

*Photos: Hotel Thérèse.

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