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Le Cinq Codet: hidden from view

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The Ecole Militaire, Champs de Mars, and Invalides are all equidistant from this gem of a Parisian hotel. Its combination of charm and elegance seduces even the most demanding guests.

Seemingly far from the bustle of the city, this five-star hotel is strictly for insiders. Opened in 2015 in the very chic, very quiet 7th arrondissement, its 1930s facade contrasts with those of neighbouring Haussmannian buildings. Architect Jean-Philippe Nuel designed it as a pied-à-terre in a contemporary style with industrial and artistic touches.

Like apartments that belong to collectors, the 67 rooms easily lend themselves to guests who want to make them their own. Imagine putting your luggage down in an artist's studio among 400 artworks that truly make you feel like you are in someone's home. Returning from a visit to the Rodin or the Orsay museum, enjoy a break in front of the fireplace, or survey your purchases from the neighbourhood shops on Rue Clerc and Rue St. Dominic away from prying eyes, comfortably installed on a wide, comfortable, circular bench under a parasol on the plant-filled patio. Relax in front of the bamboo plants on a lounger before slipping into the outdoor Jacuzzi. This is absolute relaxation.

Le Cinq Codet
5 Rue Louis Codet
75007 Paris

+33 (0)1 53 85 15 60

www.le5codet.com

Rooms: from 209 EUR

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