New Hotel Openings in Paris 2023 & 2024

by Paul Joseph  |  Published March 4, 2024

Still holding onto its mantle as the world’s most visited city, Paris’s hotel scene continues to cater to its tourist masses, with new mid-range and luxury hotels regularly popping up across the city. Here are 7 of the best across all price categories below.

(Photo: Norman Hôtel & Spa)

Norman Hôtel & Spa

Just seconds away from the Arc de Triomphe, the 5-star Norman Hôtel is named after the mid-century American graphic artist Norman Ives, with visual nods to his oeuvre throughout the property, including several hanging copies of his typographic prints. Bright, spacious guest rooms exude a 1960s refined Parisian chic, with soft rugs framed by polished wooden floors. Private balconies overlook a quaint courtyard terrace and from some rooms you can gain a peak of the Eiffel Tower. An indulgent spa, complete with soothing plunge pool, offers the perfect antidote to a long day’s sightseeing and there’s also an on-site gourmet restaurant. The many shops, restaurants and museums of the 8th arrondissement are close by. From €365 per night.

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Hôtel Dame Des Arts

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Set in the Left Bank’s Latin Quarter, just steps from the banks of the River Seine, this French New Wave cinema-inspired 4-star hotel has rapidly become one of Paris’s most chic addresses. A Japanese screen-style entrance and rounded spotlights create an instant impression, while the mid-century feel continues in the open-plan lobby – dotted with curved boucle banquettes and cocoon swivel chairs. Venture up to the ninth-floor rooftop bar to enjoy drinks and panoramic views of the city. Other notable amenities include a restaurant, a lush courtyard and a basement gym. The upmarket boutiques, book shops and bistros of Saint Germain are within easy reach on foot. From €287 per night.

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Hôtel Pilgrim

Modern charm with a side-helping of retro flair characterise the 4-star Hotel Pilgrim, where a minimalist interior with concrete walls, a dark and elegant façade, and creative flourishes can be seen throughout. Each of the 50-plus guest rooms are decked out with colourful fabrics that provide a bohemian aesthetic. Elsewhere in the hotel, there’s an indulgent spa and wellness centre where guests can recline in the indoor pool, indulge in a therapeutic hammam session, or treat themselves to an indulgent massage. There’s also a rooftop terrace with eye-catching cityscape views and a bar serving cocktails late into the night. Buffet breakfasts can be enjoyed in the stylish lobby area daily. From €267 per night.

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La Fantaisie

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Located in the heart of bohemian Montmartre-Faubourg in the 9th arrondissement, the 5-star La Fantaisie’s distinctive design aesthetic was inspired by the colour palettes of the French countryside. As a result, guests can feel a world away from the urban mayhem outside when ensconced in the hotel’s vivid interior. An on-site restaurant, helmed by a three Michelin-star chef, draws inspiration from Art Deco-style greenhouses while a pristinely-landscaped courtyard garden further connects the hotel to nature.. Take a lift to the pink-velvet-and-candy-striped terraced rooftop bar) for cocktails and views over the  garden, or pamper yourself in the state-of-the-art spa. Nearby you’ll find a mini market, antique shops and charming cafés. From €350 per night.

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Le Grand Mazarin

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Idiosyncratic cool is a fair description of this 5-star Le Marais hotel with its jade velvet tassels, asymmetrical prints and ornate swan-tap sinks. A basement bar with live DJ sets three nights a week draws Paris’s hip crowd while the on-site restaurant, Boubal, offers several nods to the nearby Jewish Quarter. There’s an enticing spa, too, with a mid-size swimming pool, Jacuzzi, Hammam spa, fitness room and treatment cabin. Guest rooms come with views either over the rooftops or the hotel’s inner patio and are sprinkled with quirky artistic features including  eye-catching murals, painted wardrobes and tapestry canopies. In Le Marais, shopping, dining and cultural offerings are never far away. From €540 per night.

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Paris Montmartre Sacre Coeur, Handwritten Collection

Part of the Accor Group’s new Handwritten Collection, created to bring together hotels with individual personalities and subtle touches, Paris Montmartre Sacré Coeur enchants guests even before they enter with its quintessentially Parisian façade. Located a few minutes walk from Sacré-Coeur basilica and the cobbled streets of the beautiful Montmartre district, the delights continue once inside the stylish but inviting lobby area, where  a warm welcome will often cascade into full conversation. Here, freshly baked treats are also offered to help guests settle in to their surroundings. Each of the intimate and cosy guest rooms come with tasteful decor, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom.

Opening spring 2024

NH Paris Champs Elysées

One of three new NH hotel openings in Paris, the 4-star NH Paris Champs Elysées places guests in a prime spot close to the iconic eponymous avenue. Part of the newly-launched NH Collection and the beneficiary of a major renovation, the hotel features Art Deco-style guest rooms and suites, each equipped with a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. The upgraded suites overlook the hotel’s charming courtyard and come with a separate lounge area. Hearty buffet breakfasts are served in the hotel’s dining room each morning. There’s also a bar, a fitness room, and free private parking.

Opening 2025