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FIAC 2017: Where to Stay

By Whitewaller

October 17, 2017

Traveling to FIAC 2017 (October 19-22), and looking for a place to stay? Whitewaller put together a list of top luxury and boutique hotels to make your search a little easier.

Maison Souquet
A modern-day refuge in Montmartre, Maison Souquet offers an intimate take on luxury, signed by Jacques Garcia. The five-star hotel includes a spa, with a swimming pool and steam bath, that each guest privatizes for an hour per day, and a trendy bar with exclusive drinks and light delicacies. The hotel wonderfully reproduces sensual atmospheres once seen in Paris’s “maisons closes”—or “pleasure houses”—with sumptuous decor and deliberate design. Elegance and mystery combine to accompany subversive architecture, culture, and haute couture. For a luxurious taste of life, one stays at Maison Souquet.

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The Parister

Whitewaller recommends: Enjoying a relaxing conversation in the Salon des Petits Bonheurs.

Hotel Thoumieux 7th arrondissement
Full of striking interiors, Hôtel Thoumieux offers the two-Michelin-starred Restaurant Sylvestre, and a Parisian brasserie. Guests can enjoy their stay in the comfort of fine art and elegance designed by architect India Mahdavi—a balance the hotel knows well.

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Le Royal Monceau

Whitewaller recommends: Visiting Sylvestre for the Tourteau de Roscoff Rafraichi.

Le Cinq Codet 7th arrondissement
Stylish, cozy, and elegant, Le Cinq Codet rests in an area with plenty of wit and attitude—between the Eiffel Tower and the dome of Les Invalides. Each space—the bar, lounge, patio, restaurant, lobby—is a succession of retreats, welcoming guests to share the hospitable environment.

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Maison Souquet

Whitewaller recommends: Staying in one of the suites with a private Jacuzzi on the terrace.

Le Bristol Paris 8th arrondissement
Aside from its Michelin-starred restaurant led by Chef Eric Frechon, Le Bristol Paris features a specially curated art exhibition during FIAC. Enjoy the contemporary art in the garden, and a dinner worth traveling for.

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Whitewaller recommends: Planning to attend “Wine Mondays” and “Fashion Saturdays.”

The Parister 9th arrondissement
Inspiring and diverse, The Parister is a brand-new hotel. As a result of Nicolas Nonon’s wish for a hybrid, lively stay, and the execution by Beckmann N’Thépé studio, guests are greeted by a poetic Parisian-style hotel with 45 rooms and suites.

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Restaurant le Meurice Alain Ducasse
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Whitewaller recommends: Taking a swim in the sunlit indoor pool.

Le Roch Hotel & Spa 1st arrondissement
Located in a central area full of museums and shopping destinations, Le Roch Hotel & Spa rests on a redefined boutique hotel concept. Dedicated to creating an unforgettable, catered experience through detail, the hotel offers warm and colorful interior design by Sarah Lavoine. With 32 rooms and five suites, the hotel is also equipped with a restaurant by chef Rémy Bérerd, gym, a pool, a steam room, and the CODAGE spa.

Whitewaller recommends: Seeing Fred Allard’s 40 “bags” created exclusively for the hotel.

Le Meurice 1st arrondissement
Regal and classic in design and feel, Le Meurice welcomes visitors to 160 rooms and suites. Lavish brocades, mosaic floors, and an array of restored murals keep the history from the founding in 1835 alive. The hotel also supports young artistic creation through its Meurice Prize for contemporary art.

Whitewaller recommends: Staying in the newest suite—The Pompadour Suite.

Le Royal Monceau 8th arrondissement
Original architectural features and contemporary design are effortlessly combined for an elegant, artistic atmosphere. With 85 rooms and 64 suites, the hotel also offers Katara Cinema, a private gym, a spa, restaurants and bars, an event space, and an art gallery.

Whitewaller recommends: Seeing Fred Allard’s 40 “bags” created exclusively for the hotel.

La Réserve – Hotel & Spa 8th arrondissement
At La Réserve Paris – Hotel & Spa, guests are welcomed to a five-star home away from home. The distinctive urban mansion offers ultra-personalized services, with more suites than rooms, a library, a decadent spa, a smoking lounge, a large indoor pool, in-suite wine cellars, and an inner courtyard.

Whitewaller recommends: Treating yourself to the La Belle Epoque spa package.

Hôtel de Crillon 8th arrondissement
Set inside a timeless 18th-century Parisian landmark on Place de la Concorde, Hôtel de Crillon is an elegant expression of the city’s spirit. The iconic hotel, with 124 guest rooms and suites, is also known for its four restaurants, bar, spa, hair salon, leather care, barber, swimming pool, and fitness studio.

Whitewaller recommends: Enjoying a cocktail at the bar Les Ambassadeurs.

Maison Athénée 9th arrondissement
An intimate, luxurious stay just steps away from the Opéra Garnier and Place Vendôme, Maison Athénée offers 20 romantic rooms with creativity from Jacques Garcia and exclusive products from Hermès.

Whitewaller recommends: Treating yourself to a drink in Le Petit Salon.

Hotel Atala Champs-Elysées 8th arrondissement
Hotel Atala Champs-Elysées’s Art Deco façade uniquely masks an unexpected hideaway. Just steps from the Champs-Elysées, the hotel is an artistic melting pot for design and contemporary art. With relaxing patios, stylish rooms, and personalized service, guests are greeted with charm and relaxation.

Whitewaller recommends: Booking top-floor rooms for their incomparable views.

Hotel Particulier Montmartre 18th arrondissement
Known to be the smallest hotel in Paris, Hotel Particulier Montmartre is a five-room hotel located in the enticing Montmartre district. Within a 19th-century townhouse, the hotel also offers a French restaurant, a cocktail bar, and a verdant garden.

Whitewaller recommends: Sipping cocktails and eating tapas in the outside garden.

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