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Paris Scene

What to see, do and eat in Paris during fashion week.

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A room in Notre Dame Saint Michel.

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INN STYLE: Fashion aficionados have a new refuge, called Les Jardins de la Villa, in Paris’ 17th arrondissement. Marc Hertrich and Nicolas Adnet designed the chic boutique hotel’s 33 cozy rooms in winter and summer gardens’ decor, all sprinkled with fashion references, such as fuchsia color (think Schiaparelli) and embroidered floral buttons à la Coco Chanel. Junior suites cost 480 euros, or $650, and double deluxe rooms, 350 euros, or $475.

In the heart of the 18th arrondissement, Philippe Maidenberg designed the quirkily decorated and comfortable 44–room Hôtel Joyce. It boasts a glass-roofed breakfast room equipped with Fifties furniture and airplane-style seats. Hôtel Joyce offers organic breakfast and bath products from the N-Ki brand. Rooms run from 160 euros, or $217, for a single room to 380 euros, or $514, for a suite.

At four-star Hôtel Le Secret de Paris, also in the 18th arrondissement, each of the 29 rooms features a symbolic Parisian monument, such as the Moulin Rouge and the Opéra Garnier. Rooms start at 215 euros, or $290.

Just opened is Notre Dame Saint Michel, decorated by Christian Lacroix and located across from Notre Dame in a 17th-century building. The hotel offers 26 charming rooms and breathtaking views, with prices starting at 149 euros, or $202.

Les Jardins de la Villa
5 Rue Belidor, 75017
Tel.: +33-1-53-81-01-10

Hôtel Joyce
29 Rue La Bruyère, 75009
Tel.: +33-1-55-07-00-01

Hôtel de Paris
2 Rue de Parme, 75009
Tel.: +33-1-53-16-33-33

Hôtel Notre Dame Saint Michel
1 Quai Saint-Michel, 75005
Tel.: +33-1-43-54-20-43


— C.G.

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