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4/25/16

Hotel Recaimer in Paris


I think where you stay on a trip can either make or break your travel experience. If you're like me, cleanliness, quietness, location, great service and a really chic atmosphere are all pretty important qualities in a hotel (and pretty much in that order). The Hotel Recaimer exceeded my expectations on all levels!

I'm putting together a post highlighting the best of what we did in Paris. I was going to include the beautiful hotel that I stayed in with that post, but Hotel Recaimer was so special, especially for a interiors enthusiast like myself, that I decided to give it it's own post here today.

Hotel Recaimer, as the hotels site describes it "has been recognized as an establishment where the feeling you get when you walk in is one of quiet luxury." I couldn't agree with this statement more.
Located in the beautiful neighborhood of St. Germain des Pres, in the very same square as St. Sulpice (famous from The Davinci Code and one of the largest churches in Paris) we were able to walk to the picture perfect Luxembourg Gardens and dozens of beautiful shops and cafes.

The entire hotel was designed by Jean Lois Denoit, a well known French architect and interior designer - and I'm now officially obsessed with his work! I've included a few photos of the room I stayed in, along with some of the interior details (light switches and door knobs) that captured my attention in the best way possible.



My chic home away from home in Paris and some of the wonderful little decor details. The last image is a shot of the area, showing just a bit of the magnificent St. Sulpice, which was literally right outside the beautiful French door windows....le sigh.


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5 comments:

  1. I can't tell you how many of his interiors I have pinned as inspiration for our renovation!

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  2. I stayed here about 6 years ago and have been obsessed with black interior doors and that bamboo hardware ever since! Great little boutique hotel, your post just brought back great memories of my trip :)

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  3. Thanks for a great review...this has been on my "list" for a while, but it helps having a first hand recommendation. I can't wait for your full trip report! Have a great week, Sue!! xoxo

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  4. Gorgeous! We had dinner there - for the souffl├ęs -- when we were in Paris. The apartment we rented was walking distance from there, so I know exactly what a fabulous little neighborhood you were in. Great idea to stay there for a future trip…blogger gathering?!! xx e

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