The five-star Parister Hotel is aimed at those who love life in all its pleasures, spiritual and physical. It invites you to find time to dream and laugh, to exercise and eat, and to take care of yourself free from concern.
This mindset is inspired by the collective, tribal experience of the faubourgs, or Parisian suburbs. The hotel’s architecture, designed by Beckmann N’Thépé studio, also takes its cue from these neighbourhoods, squeezing many gems, hidden rarities and cloistral gardens into the hostelry’s confines.
These include a 20m pool imbued with natural light, promising true modern zen ambience. Lunch is served fresh, and made on site according to seasonal harvest. Dinner on the other hand is designed to harmonise with the mixologist’s concoctions. Above all else though, Parister – on a quiet street close to Paris’s thriving centre – promises to pamper its guests no matter what.