In 2023, Paris welcomes a remarkable lineup of new hotel openings, elevating the city’s luxury hospitality scene. Here’s an insider’s glimpse into the best new hotels in Paris this year.
From the contemporary elegance of Bulgari and the highly anticipated Maison ELLE to Le Grand Mazarin, these additions redefine the standards of luxury. It’s time to secure your reservation and indulge in the city’s evolving world of luxury accommodations.
Best New Hotels in Paris in 2023:
Hôtel Madame Réve
Nestled in the First Arrondissement, Hôtel Madame Rêve prioritizes ambiance and breathtaking views, especially from the comfort of your bed. The hotel boasts sixty-three bedrooms and nineteen suites, with most enveloping the third floor of what used to be a post office. If you’re fortunate to have a room that overlooks the streets of Paris, you’ll immediately be captivated by the city’s charm. This is one of the best hotels in Paris this year.
Prices from $488 for double
The name needs no introduction. This designer house provides more than just a place to sleep; it offers a complete, immersive experience right in the heart of Paris. From check-in to check-out, hints of Italian luxury adorn every corner. For instance, upon entering your room, you’re greeted by a sizable Bulgari luggage-style minibar. The 1,300-square-meter spa is a standout feature, boasting a twenty-five-meter gold-tiled pool that exudes the ambiance of an ancient Roman bath. The rooms are exceptionally spacious, grand on a scale even larger than a typical New York City apartment, and come with generously proportioned bathrooms and closets.
Prices: from $2,000 for double
La Clef Champs Élysées Paris
Situated in a majestic Haussmannian building on a serene side street near the Arc de Triomphe and just two short blocks from Champs-Élysées, the recently opened La Clef Champs-Élysées Paris boasts 63 rooms and suites, along with 7 apartments. The studios and apartments have fully functional kitchens and dining tables, making them ideal for family trips. The apartments offer terraces with views overlooking the Eiffel Tower, Sacré-Cœur, and other picturesque Paris cityscapes.
Prices: from $722 for double
Hotel YAC Paris Clichy
Radisson Hotel Group has opened its first Radisson Individuals property in Paris, called Hotel YAC Paris Clichy. The hotel is located in the northwestern suburb of Clichy, one of Paris’s major business and corporate hubs, and is within walking distance of the Seine and the Clichy Bridge. The hotel has 75 stylish guest rooms with wooden floors and soothing, neutral white tones accented with light green, yellow, and blue colors.
Prices: from $166 for double
Le Grand Mazarin
Just a stone’s throw from the Hôtel de Ville, near the Seine, at the corner of Rue de la Verrerie and Rue des Archives, Le Grand Mazarin invites guests to experience Paris intensely as it expresses how Le Marais reveals the cultural history of the capital. Inspired and elegant, the décor is imagined by internationally renowned Swedish interior designer Martin Brudnizki.
Prices: from $706 for double
Maison ELLE is not competing with the luxury brands that ELLE magazine writes about. This is a boutique hotel, solid 4 stars, prices start at 250 euros per night, but for a tiny room, which is only 13 sq.m. There are 25 rooms in the hotel, the largest one is the Workshop Suite – 29 sq.m. The hotel is positioned as affordable for those who are interested in fashion and design and appreciate good service.
Prices: from $402 for double