The Paris luxury hotel scene has been around a long time; in that time, a plethora of hotels have come and gone. La Tremoile, a chic Parisian boutique hotel located in the prestigious Golden Triangle, has been charming guests since 1883. With a more recent renovation by famed architect and interior designer Richard Martinet, the hotel now exudes a decidedly understated and contemporary air.

The La Tremoille Hotel in Paris

The La Tremoille Hotel in Paris

La Tremoille enjoys a fantastic location in the 8th district, only steps from the Champs-Elysées and the Avenue Montaigne in the heart of Paris. The restored Haussmannian facade contrasts exquisitely with the modern interior, creating a wholly inviting experience. The lobby boasts plum furniture and a translucent glass reception desk that sits beside the wrought iron balustrades of the lobby’s grand staircase. The Aubusson tapestry in the main stairwell is also a rather striking design embellishment. All of La Tremoille’s 93 rooms feature modern furnishings with period architectural flourishes: a series of 31 unique decorating schemes pit designer light fixtures and furniture against lush period fabrics. Baths offer dark marble and warm wood styling, as well as superb Molton Brown bath products meticulously crafted in England. Each room also features “The Hatch” – a low-tech, but highly useful butler closet that is accessible from within by the guest and from the corridor by key-carrying hotel staff. “The Hatch” enables guests to receive room service, among other things, without opening the door; the result is an enhanced level of privacy for the discerning guest. Fine dining at La Trémoille comes courtesy of Le Louis II, which serves an inventive array of contemporary French dishes in a stylish dining room and attached lounge. Soft lighting and individual recesses shaded from view by net curtains offer guests all of the intimacy they could ever desire. With such a discreet atmosphere, it comes as little surprise that Le Louis II has been the haunt of choice for public figures like Orson Welles, Louis Armstrong and part time resident of France, Johnny Depp. The daring cuisine is the work of Yann Frohn, who has a passion for top-quality fresh ingredients combined with culinary aesthetics. La Tremoille also features The Beauty Fitness Center with a plethora of spa massage treatments including: Shiatsu, a traditional relaxing and rejuvenating massage featuring the Japanese technique based on finger pressure; Thai, based on limb stretching, pressures and vibrations; and foot reflexology massage. La Tremoille offers guests the opportunity to travel back in time while still enjoying the sublime comforts of quality, modern amenities.

The lobby of the La Tremoille

The lobby of the La Tremoille

Additionally, THG faucetry and accessories are proudly featured within the luxury bath environments of La Tremoille. For a hotel that lavishes such attention on quality and detail, the Parisian manufacturer was a natural choice.

The Louis Bar at the La Tremoille

The Louis Bar at the La Tremoille