LE COQ PARIS

 

Le Coq stands for Community of Quality and is an affordable hotel with an inspiring interior. Definitely worth going with your lover as the rooms have a romantic feel and a freestanding bath tub.

Feels like home

Le Coq opened its doors last year in the 13th district in Paris, near Place d’Italie. Perhaps not the most obvious location, but very quiet and close to the metro that will take you to Le Marais in a few stops. Important in this first hotel project by entrepreneur Michel Delloye is the small scale and the intimacy. It must feel like home. And it does. Upon check-in, you will be invited for a drink in the evening with wine and cheese, there are board-games in the cupboard and they regularly show a movie.

 

Living room with lots of plants

On the ground floor, with a beautiful floor pattern, you will find the check-in to your left and a nice living room on the right. The walls are painted in blue and green tones of Farrow & Ball, there are many plants, many pillows in the sofas and on the walls you’ll find antique portraits. There’s a Memphis lamp. And the dining table made of white tiles is absolutely stunning. The interior is done by Parisian design studio Agence Favorite.

 

Rooms with a freestanding bath tub

The fifty rooms look amazing and make you feel like staying in all day. This is probably because of the warm color on the walls, the pillows and plaid on the bed and the coffee table books on your night stand. The bathroom is very light with a freestanding bath tub. Expect a good night of sleep because it’s very quiet and the room is very dark when you shut off all the lights and close the heavy curtains.

 

Lovers and Locals

I would recommend Le Coq to anyone, but especially to those who would like to spend a romantic weekend in Paris. And also for locals who like to go on a staycation in their own city. Then you don’t feel the urge to leave the room and you will leave the hotel fully recharged.

 

Check out: www.coqhotelparis.com

 

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2 Comments

  • thepetiteexplorer

    19.09.2017 at 05:32 Reply

    This hotel looks so cosy and unique.

    • Pauline Egge

      19.09.2017 at 10:24 Reply

      It sure is. Such a lovely place to stay!

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