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Hôtel du Petit Moulin

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Hôtel du Petit Moulin  Paris 3 E Arrondissement  France
Hôtel du Petit Moulin  Paris 3 E Arrondissement  France
Hôtel du Petit Moulin  Paris 3 E Arrondissement  France
Hôtel du Petit Moulin Paris 3 E Arrondissement  France
Hôtel du Petit Moulin  Paris 3 E Arrondissement  France
Hôtel du Petit Moulin  Paris 3 E Arrondissement  France
Hôtel du Petit Moulin  Paris 3 E Arrondissement  France
Hôtel du Petit Moulin Paris 3 E Arrondissement  France
Hôtel du Petit Moulin
If you find yourself at the pointy intersection of two 17th-century buildings in the 3rd Arrondisement, under a landmarked “Boulangerie” sign from one of Paris’ earliest bakeries (where Victor Hugo used to get his bread), you’ve arrived at this charming four-star hotel. Past the low-profile entry lie eclectic, eye-catching interiors designed by fashion legend Christian Lacroix, starting with a ground-floor public space awash in swirl of bold colors, oversized armchairs, and theater-backdrop-style wallpaper. The décor varies between the 17 rooms, as the designer worked within the different sizes and shapes to create unique personalities, so you might be surrounded by animal-print wallpaper, yards of taffeta, fresco-style paintings, a wall decorated with patterned tiles, or a ceiling adorned with stars. Aside from the two cozy Comfort level rooms, most are decently sized, and all feature high-end linens and pillows, Hermès bath amenities, free Wi-Fi, and either a shower or tub.

Enjoy breakfast in the bistro, which becomes a guests-only bar on Thursday through Saturday nights, or hang out in the lobby lounge with something from the honor bar and one of the MacBooks and iPads available on loan from the front desk. Complimentary bikes are on hand when you want to explore the lively Marais or head over to sister hotel, Le Pavillon de la Reine, to make use of its spa and gym.

Hôtel du Petit Moulin
This 17th-century building in the third arrondissement is now a boutique hotel. Behind a 1920s facade are 17 playfully designed guest rooms by Christian Lacroix. Don’t miss the hotel’s cooking classes in partnership with La Cuisine Paris, which include workshops on everything from baguettes to croissants.

29 Rue de Poitou, 75003 Paris, France
+33 1 42 74 10 10