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11/17/20

Unusual Places to Stay in Paris

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Hotels can be so much more than a simple place to rest your head. For some travelers, the right hotel is part of what makes the travel experience an interesting one. And one of the most cherished cities in the world cannot disappoint in terms of accommodation: your Paris hotel can be just as memorable as your sightseeing.

Don’t you know where to stay in Paris yet? Here’s the list of the most unique hotels in Paris, quirky hotels in Paris with themed hotel rooms that certainly know how to give their guests a memorable stay.

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Unique Hotels in Paris Overview

HOTELCATEGORYLOCATIONTHEMEPRICE
Hotel du Continent3 STARSParis 1TravelView
Hotel Thoumieux4 STARSParis 7FunkyView
Hotel Le Walt4 STARSParis 7PaintingView
Maison Souquet5 STARSParis 9Belle ÉpoqueView
Villa Royale4 STARSParis 9Rococó, Neo-BaroqueView
Hotel Fabric4 STARS Paris 11 FactoryView
Off Paris Seine4 STARSParis 13Floating HotelView
Hotel Vice Versa4 STARSParis 15Deadly SinsView

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Hotel du Continent – Exotic Dreams

30, rue du Mont-Thabor, 75001 Paris; Metro Concorde L1, 8, 12

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Located in Paris 1, in the heart of the city, Hotel du Continent is one of the most unique hotels in Paris, perfect for those looking for wanderlust even when they sleep! This design hotel in Paris was entirely decorated by the famous designer Christian Lacroix, a globetrotter himself.

Hotel du Continent proposes its guests a trip around the world with themed hotel rooms inspired by the five continents (and the two poles). The hotel’s unique en-suite rooms and common spaces are entirely decorated with interesting wallpapers, exotic and quirky fabrics, and original furniture.

This is one of the most beautiful themed hotels in Paris – located not far from the Louvre Palace -, and a world tour guaranteed without leaving the hotel!

Hotel du Continent Room
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  • What’s nearby: Tuileries Gardens, Place Vendôme, Louvre Museum
  • Room type: single rooms, double rooms, and family rooms
  • Additional Facilities and Services: laundry service

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Hotel Thoumieux – Funky Dreams

79 rue Saint-Dominique, 75007 Paris; Metro La Tour Maubourg, L8

Hotel Thoumieux
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If you are looking for unusual places to stay in Paris, Hotel Thoumieux is the place to go. You are going to love this quirky Parisian hotel with a perfect location – in Paris 7, near the Eiffel Tower – and very eclectic decoration.

The hotel’s double rooms are spacious and with a strong personality. All the rooms are uniquely designed but they all embody the kitsch spirit of the hotel. Some bathrooms feature a beautiful bathtub.

Hotel Thoumieux has two good places to eat on-site: a beautiful brasserie decorated in a retro style, and the Michelin starred Restaurant Sylvestre, which serves excellent French cuisine.

Hotel Thoumieux Room
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  • What’s nearbyEiffel Tower and Les Invalides
  • Room type: double rooms only
  • Additional Facilities and Services: good restaurants just below the hotel, meeting /banquet facilities.

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Hotel Le Walt – Arty Dreams

37 Avenue De La Motte Picquet, Paris 17; Metro École Militaire, L8

Hotel Le Walt Paris
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Hotel Le Walt is a beautiful design hotel in Paris. Located in the Eiffel Tower district, in Paris 7, Hotel Le Walt is also one of the few unique hotels in Paris with Eiffel Tower view.

Inspired by the Louvre Artwork, Hotel Le Walt proposes airy rooms with plenty of natural light and decorated with classical paintings. Guests also have access to great facilities like a charming inner courtyard, and arty interiors decorated with oils and watercolors everywhere.

Hotel Le Walt Room
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  • What’s nearby: Eiffel Tower, Les Invalides, Rodin Museum
  • Room type: double rooms and family rooms
  • Additional Facilities and Services: dry cleaning and laundry services

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Maison Souquet – Sensual Dreams

10 rue de Bruxelles, 75009 Paris; Metro Blanche, L2

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If you are looking for unusual hotels in Paris for a special getaway with your partner, Maison Souquet is a great option. Located in Paris 9, in a former pleasure house during the Belle Époque, the unnoticed facade hides today a world full of mystery, lavishness, elegance, and exotism.

Maison Souquet‘s interior design by the renowned French designer Jacques Garcia recreates an 18th-century pleasure house with all the comfort for the modern guest. Everything is decorated with precious materials, furniture, artwork, and paintings whose authenticity infuses the spirit of the place, magical and enchanting.

Maison Souquet Paris Room
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  • What’s nearbyPigalle,  Moulin Rouge, Montmartre
  • Room type: double rooms, and family rooms
  • Additional Facilities and Services: winter garden, spa & swimming pool, library, game room, and on-site restaurant

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La Villa Royale – Rococo Dreams

2 Rue Duperré, 75009 Paris; Metro Pigalle, L2 and 12

La Villa Royale
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Welcome to Rococo Paris! If you are a fan of opulence, vibrant colors and tufted velvets La Villa Royale won’t disappoint you. This charming boutique hotel located in Pigalle is inspired by the world of Arts and Theater, both very present in the neighborhood.

The hotel’s stylish and charming rooms are unique, named after a French cultural icon, and most of them with views of Montmartre and Sacré Coeur.

Want more? Then go for their fantastic suites, equipped with a cozy fireplace and whirlpool bath.

La Villa Royale Suite
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  • What’s nearbyPigalle,  Moulin Rouge, Montmartre and Sacré Coeur
  • Room type: double rooms, single rooms, and family rooms
  • Additional Facilities and Services: bar, meeting /banquet facilities

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Hotel Fabric – Manufactured Dreams

31 rue de la Folie Méricourt, 75011 Paris; Metro Oberkampf, L5, 9

Hotel Fabric
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If you are looking for unique hotels in Paris, far from the city’s clichés, book a room at Hotel Fabric for a memorable stay.

Located in a former textile factory, not far from Atelier des Lumières, Hotel Fabric is today a trendy hotel with references to this industrial past: big spaces with metallic structure, huge windows, and raw materials are perfectly combined with a stylish design and all the comforts for the modern guest.

In Hotel Fabric rooms are spacious, decorated with bright colors and with lots of natural light. The raw materials and the industrial era-inspired furniture evoke the building’s former use while the colorful patterns of the fabrics evoke the charming gardens which were once a feature of this neighborhood.

Last but not least, the hotel features a well-equipped fitness room, a solarium, and a spa, with massage service on request.

Hotel Fabric Room
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  • What’s nearbyCirque d’Hiver, Canal Saint-Martin, Atelier des Lumières
  • Room type: double rooms and family rooms
  • Additional Facilities and Services: library, fitness room, steam room, massage service (on request), babysitting

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Hotel OFF Paris Seine – Floating Dreams

86 Quai D’Austerlitz, 75013 Paris; Metro Gare d’Austerlitz, L5, 10

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If you are looking for unusual places to stay in Paris, head to Hotel OFF Seine. This boutique hotel located on the Seine’s left bank in Paris 13 is one of the most unique hotels in Paris and the first floating hotel in the city!

Opened just a couple of years ago, Hotel OFF Seine features a contemporary design with straight lines and warm colors. Common spaces are divided into two long blocks with a lap swimming pool in between. When the weather is good, the sliding glass doors can open creating a cool, fresh atmosphere.

This design hotel in Paris has spacious and modern rooms. The hotel’s suites feature special elements like a giant bathtub or a collection of mirrors above the bed. Not bad for a special weekend in Paris!

Hotel Off Seine Paris
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  • What’s nearbyGare d’Austerlitz, Gare de Lyon, Restaurant Train Bleu, Seine River
  • Room type: single rooms, double rooms, and family rooms
  • Additional Facilities and Services: swimming pool, terrace, solarium, FREE Wi-Fi, bar

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Hotel Vice-Versa – Sinful Dreams

213 rue de la Croix Nivert, 75015 Paris; Metro Porte de Versailles, L 12

Vice Versa Gluttony
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If you are looking for quirky hotels in Paris far from the hustle and bustle of the city center, Hotel Vice-Versa won’t disappoint you. This beautiful boutique hotel decorated by designer Chantal Thomass is inspired by the seven deadly sins, with something for everyone.

Hotel Vice-Versa is an interesting place where sin is suddenly transformed into a source of joy and fulfillment. Each floor hosts one of the seven deadly sins (Lust, Gluttony, Greed, Sloth, Wrath, Envy, Pride), and every (sinful) room is unique with velvets, mirrored ceilings, and endless details to tempt you badly. Gluttony, Greed, Sloth . . .

So what is your favorite deadly sin?

Vice Versa Hotel Paris Room
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  • What’s nearbyPalais des Sports
  • Room type: double rooms only
  • Additional Facilities and Services: bar, bicycle rental, babysitting, games

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So there you have it, our selection of the most unusual places to stay in Paris, unique hotels in Paris with themed rooms. Which hotel would you like to book right now?

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  • Stephanie
    06/09/2018 at 10:29 am

    I’m such a sucker for boutique hotels!!!!!!!!! Ah you’ve officially made choosing paris accommodation 300% more difficult because I’m obsessed with about 3 of your picks…
    Oh well… I guess any excuse to keep going to paris

  • Jo
    08/28/2017 at 5:20 pm

    Haha I love quirky and unique stays. So much that I started a new site especially to jot those down. Absolutely love the Leonardo da vinci theme and the sexy dreams boutique stay. These would be my go-to spots next time I visit Paris 🙂

    • WorldInParis
      08/31/2017 at 5:53 pm

      It seems Leonardo still likes many people!

  • Danik
    08/27/2017 at 10:15 pm

    Wow, that last hotel in this post looks very cheesy 😀 Not sure if I want to take my partner here, she might just giggle all the time 😀 But seriously, great post and there are some quirky hotels I would love to stay here. Floating Dreams is my pick of the lot. 🙂

    • WorldInParis
      08/31/2017 at 5:54 pm

      Yeah, I also love the floating hotel 🙂

  • Carmen Edelson
    08/25/2017 at 8:10 am

    Okay, I cannot pick a favorite! I guess I just need to stay in ALL of them 😉 Thanks for sharing

    • WorldInParis
      08/27/2017 at 10:29 pm

      Totally agree with you, let’s spend one night in each one 😉

  • Megan Jerrard
    08/24/2017 at 2:10 am

    These are all incredible, I agree that an accommodation experience goes so much further than a plain old cookie cutter hotel stay – Five Boutique Hotel Paris caught my eye as I was reading through! Would love to snuggle up in one of their cozy rooms for some sexy dreams!!

    • WorldInParis
      08/24/2017 at 5:42 am

      So sexy dreams for Megan! Even if I would probably choose the starred night cocoon I would be curious to try the suspended bed 😉

  • Corinne
    08/23/2017 at 8:39 pm

    What a list of great places to stay. Wouldn’t it be great if you could get a group ticket and stay in all of them for one night?

    • WorldInParis
      08/24/2017 at 5:41 am

      That’s a good idea because it is difficult for me to choose just one !

  • Elena
    08/22/2017 at 6:13 am

    Great post! I wish I could find information like this about every city I am planning to visit. Staying in a one-of-a-kind accommodations makes the whole experience so much more memorable. My top pick from your list would be Hotel Les Bains for a funny reason. From the photo, the columns, ceiling, and walls look like they are made of luxurious chocolate. I am crazy about any chocolaty concoction so I wouldn’t miss this opportunity if I get a chance to visit Paris. Incidentally, my least favorite is Hotel Thoumieux. Even a two Michelin star restaurant wouldn’t convince me to stay in a room that those patterns on the walls and the floor. I got a headache just from looking at them in the picture 😉

    • WorldInParis
      08/22/2017 at 7:06 pm

      I won’t say it very loud but I totally agree with you, lol. I am sorry but I did not find the chocolate connection at Hotel Les Bains but if you are happy I am happy! 🙂

  • Amelie
    08/21/2017 at 8:32 pm

    Ha, that’s timely, I’m heading to Paris for a long weekend in November and haven’t started looking for accommodation yet. Some of these are super awesome! I especially love the Five.

    • WorldInParis
      08/21/2017 at 9:40 pm

      Cool! So if you can book through our affiliate link, that would be great 😀 😀

  • Angela @ Dang Travelers
    08/21/2017 at 2:46 pm

    These all look so special, but I think I like the Leonardo one the best! It combines modern and contemporary with elegance and antiquity.

    • WorldInParis
      11/10/2017 at 12:54 pm

      I also like the Leonardo hotel very much! 🙂

  • Sumti Bhadani
    08/20/2017 at 11:46 am

    Thanks for sharing!! it was amazing reading about the Hotels.. Personally, I liked the most is “HOTEL OFF PARIS SEINE -FLOATING DREAMS” after reading about it, I have added to my wish list.

    • WorldInParis
      08/20/2017 at 3:40 pm

      This is also one of my favorites 😉

  • Catherine - Red Door Ponderings
    08/20/2017 at 8:39 am

    We stayed at the Hotel Du Continent yesterday. Totally agree with your review!

    • WorldInParis
      08/20/2017 at 3:39 pm

      Oh, cool to know that! 🙂

  • Nathan
    08/19/2017 at 7:18 pm

    All of these look so cool! How do you choose? I would love to visit all of them. Great photos!

    • WorldInParis
      08/20/2017 at 3:40 pm

      The criteria was its “quirkiness”, if this word exists . . . 😉