L'Hôtel K

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Forget Paris

In the beginning it was called K Palace. One can still see the former name above the entranceway inside. However, after it changed ownership and joined the Costes family group, this hotel became Costes K.

Le Costes K's style is far from designer Jacques Garcia's glamorous le Costes or the Hotel Bourg Tibourg, consisting rather in geometric lines and forms. There is a good reason for this; the creator of this locale is, above all, an architect- and a well known one at that. His name is Ricardo Bofill.

With carte blanche to completely reconstruct the building, the designer first set out to create two identical buildings across from one another in a contemporary design, with a Japanese patio separating the two. The garden itself is surrounded by two areas- one for the bar/lounge and the other for the hotel's restaurant.

In distinction with the public areas, which are spacious and minimalist, the 83 rooms and the hallways between them are designed with wood and beige carpets or a warm-feeling orange color. Soft-toned and simple, the fairly spacious rooms come with high quality amenities. While they might lack a bit of spice, they provide a cozy cocoon-like atmosphere that is a welcome respite from city life.

For example, if the music and videos from the Bang & Olufson equipment in the rooms doesn't relieve its guests from the Parisian stress, then a massage or a few laps in the pool might get the job done.

With its in-house masseuse and trainer, and a teak framed pool on a Japanese patio, the Costes K offers a quality of luxury that one rarely finds, for obvious historic reasons, in most Parisian hotels (except for a few palaces).

A few junior suites on the upper floors enjoy a teak terrace overlooking the patio or the street.

The service is young and lively.

 

Starting at 240€ Book now
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L'Hôtel K

81, Avenue Kleber
75016

Metro station : Boissiere