Three Hotels Must Check in Paris

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Grand Pigalle
Maison Souquet

We will bringing you regularly a selection of Hotels to check around the world. The latest, the greatest and the coolest hotel. We start our selection with Paris

1- Les Bains Paris

Opened in 1885, Les Bains Douches, fabricated and worked by the Guerbois family, turned into the first and the most prestigious bathhouse of the capital. It was a sanctuary; a space purified to back rubs and pleasures of Japanese, Russian, Turkish and sulfur showers. Clients could swim in the pool or clean up as they would at home. Marcel Proust wanted to come and clean up, while the specialists from the adjacent Les Halles nourishment advertise came at day break to shower and drink espresso and calvados after their night’s works.

2- Grand Pigalle

Established by Romée de Goriainoff, Pierre-Charles Cros and Olivier Bon, Experimental Group would be nothing without the unfailing fellowship between its three originators. Youth companions with differentiating and reciprocal identities, the trio realizes that if quality originates from solidarity, then it is their genial genuineness that guarantees life span.

3- Maison Souquet

Only a walk around the Moulin Rouge and on a similar road where Emile Zola lived, Maison Souquet is a fun loving tribute to the magnificence days of the Belle Epoque when the building housed a bordello. Over a century later, current proprietors Sylviane Sanz and Yoni Aidan have given it a luxurious, glaringly colorful makeover with eye-getting Moorish points of interest and superb collectibles.