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The Seven Hôtel

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Fifty square meters all to yourselves, my friends! You'll love it! This is your chance to take a walk on the wild side! The suite is very large, and it's organized around the fire, like in prehistoric times... Devolution, anyone?

Opposite the bed, two dark leather sofas are covered with fur throw pillows. In the center of the room, a gas firepit. Behind that, the large, round bed. With a white fur headboard...

In the bathroom, the tub is wrapped in cowhide! We've never seen that before! Beautiful dark slate walls, and a window through which you can see out onto the balcony while taking your bath. Water closet separated by a door of frosted glass. A few wood logs here and there add to the wilderness vibe. On the other side, an incredible shower room with slate walls and a triple waterfall sink.

On the balcony, the two comfortable armchairs surrounded by geraniums and fragrant jasmine will make you forget you're in Paris. And of course, there's your private hot tub.

A firepit!

Tips from Parisians

A massage, a massage!
Need to recharge your battery? To get rid of some tension? Or maybe you just want to relax and fill your mind with nothing but the fragrance of essential oils... Ask the reception desk to send you Sylvie, the hotel's "wellbeing therapist." Massage in your room starting at 97€ for 45 minutes.
Appointments: massage@sevenhotelparis.com.
+33 6 07 13 07 34
The owner's secrets
I like my work, because I can make my clients' dreams come true. It's not a coincidence that the quality I prefer in a place is its magic. In my hotel, for example, so many people have popped the question!
My secret hobby? Nordic walking.
My hero? Flash McQueen.
My motto? Hakuna matata!

The Seven Hôtel

20 Rue Berthollet, 75005 Paris, France
  • B
  • 7

What was once a village still retains its deeply INTELLECTUAL spirit. There are plenty of ART GALLERIES. Once the cradle of Parisian literature, today it draws a rather snooty crowd, but it's still a hangout of university PROFESSORS.

The local: on a bike, Le Monde under his arm.

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