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Hôtel Taylor

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Before you even get to your room, you have to cross the lovely hotel lobby. And before that, you'll have to walk under curtains of ivy... Paris at its charming best! You finally get to your room, which has two large windows overlooking a quiet little street that lets in a gentle light. You'll have an instant sense of wellbeing. The pearly gray walls are divine, and a beautiful complement to the gray velvet curtains, as well as the comfy lilac armchairs. A light hardwood floor.

The bathroom is open to the room and has a mosaic design on the floor. Large, shabby chic mirrors add that extra touch of style we love so much. Separate water closet. With gorgeous teal walls! Very nice.

So trendy!

Tips from Parisians

Le Balbuzard
Would you like to grab lunch in your own neighborhood? Just a few steps from your room is a typically Parisian cafe with bistro decor of a bygone era: shelves stacked with wine bottles, walls covered with mismatched frames and vintage radios scattered here and there above deep red booths. An ultra-Parisian menu, including the iconic hard-boiled egg with mayo, and steak with sautéed potatoes.
54 Rue René Boulanger, 75010 Paris
+33 1 42 08 60 20
The owner's secrets
In Paris, my favorite spots are Montmartre and the Place des Abbesses.
I find Parisian women to be nonchalant and chic. Parisian men are unshaven and grumpy.
My motto? Forgive quickly, love truly, laugh uncontrollably, and never regret anything that makes you smile.
My wildest dream? To open a luxury hotel up in the trees!

Hôtel Taylor

6 Rue Taylor, 75010 Paris, France
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We adore this ultra-lively area with its ALTERNATIVE, and most of all genuine vibe. Funky shops abound, and a DIVERSE population of artists, designers and Chinese grocers…happily cohabit in the most up-and-coming neighborhood in Paris.
The local? Tatooed and carrying a vintage totebag.

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