Behind the doors of this plush Parisian pied-à-terre lies quite the surprise: Hôtel Providence‘s building — located on a traditional Parisian cobbled street — dates back to 1854, and can be found amid theatres and surrounded by pretty café terraces.
There’s only 18 guest rooms, so each and every detail has been meticulously thought through; made-to-measure pieces, antique shop treasures, House of Hackney wallpaper, and in-room cocktail bars … Hôtel Providence deals in all that refined opulence and over-the-top extravagance that only Paris can get away with.
As well as its fine selection of rooms and suites (the sixth floor 40m2 suite affords views of the Sacré Cœur), the hotel boasts a restaurant serving classic and refined dishes, a bar and lounge area flanked by wooden angels, log fire and old-fashioned bistro chairs from which to sip a house cocktail — and, for its location, some pretty reasonable rates. It might only be small but, in Hôtel Providence, Paris has a rich new addition to its already thriving hotel scene.
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