Le Roch Hotel & Spa

Luxury is getting much more intimate than palatial! We continuously look for places that make us feel unique and actually important, and less of the bustle of the big hotels. That’s why we chose Le Roch on our last trip to the city of light!

Paris is, and will always be, a synonym of luxury, elegance and love! Le Roch is all that! 

A boutique hotel with a perfect location at Rue Saint Roch between Place de l’Opera and Place Vendôme.

As you get in, you understand right away the lobby is as much intimate as it is cosy, with a contemporary decoration, that privileges comfort above everything, without neglecting elegance and aesthetics.

The medium-light makes us feel safe, almost like we know inside here we are hidden from the world outside. The blue and the light game on the bookshelves create a very idle environment.

Although contemporary, many of the decoration details make us travel back to the ’20s and the Belle Époque, and that’s what you want from Paris!

The Parisian Sarah Poniatowski-Lavoine was in charge of the decoration and put her entire soul and passion into it.

Le Roch has 37 bedrooms, five of which are suites.

We stayed in a Superior bedroom.

The tones and mid-light are also constant. The bathroom, simple and elegant, has Codage products.

The bed, extremely comfortable, was also simple but very pretty.

We were welcomed with champagne in the bedroom – a detail that should be mandatory in every luxury hotel!

The windows from ceiling to the floor, with their burgundy colour mixed with the beautiful rug, that once again reminded me of the art decó style.

Le Roch has that singularity that makes us want to go back to after a frantic day wandering around the city. For enjoying a relaxing moment with a cocktail at the bar, or read a book at the wonderful terrace, a hanging garden that makes us forget the world outside, or to take care of our bodies and minds at the spa.

The terrace and its comfortable “winter house” 

Speaking of the spa, it is for sure the star of the hotel. With a warm pool (this time I won’t complain about the water temperature!), a Turkish bath incorporated in the pool, jacuzzi (with a somewhat exaggerated jet pressure) and a relaxing area.

Spa with one of the rare interior pools of Paris  

Next to the Spa, there’s a small gym equipped with all things necessary to keep fit and fight the excesses of the French cuisine.

Besides the Bar and the Terrace, that I mentioned before, Le Roch has also a restaurant headed by Rémy Bererd.

Roch Restaurant

The skylight in the centre of the restaurant gets a natural light to brilliantly illuminate the entire space. The blue and green of the velvety chairs chosen by Sarah give the room an unpaired sensation of comfort, as well as assuring its presence in many decoration magazines.

Here I tasted some of the best scrambled eggs ever! Contrary to what many think, making scrambled eggs isn’t that simple! But these at Le Roch are perfect, as well as the quality of the products presented at the buffet! 

Le Roch is the place for travellers seeking simplicity rather than ostentation!

It makes us fall in love with its colours, furniture and authentic objects, and its simple but refined lines.

The cosy environment you get right from the moment you enter the hotel really makes us want to stay there. The niceness of the entire staff and their ability to never being invasive make us feel at home.

Le Roch is a part of this new luxury – the art of providing a private, intimate, empathic and unpretentious experience!

See you soon Paris, and see you soon Le Roch!

Le Roch Hotel & Spa
Bedrooms from 370€
28, Rue Saint Roch – Paris
+33 1 70 83 00 00

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Photos: Flavors & Senses

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