The So Sofitel, at 144-150 avenue des Champs-Elysées (8th), will have, in 2021, a swimming pool on the roof, on the 6th floor, with breathtaking views of the Arc de Triomphe and the Eiffel Tower.
1. The most vegetal: Aurora (XIII)
Hotel Aurore, by the Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, will open in 2023, at 175, avenue de France (13th). It will consist of an interior garden and each of the 140 rooms and 23 suites will overlook a balcony with trees. A vegetated footbridge suspended at 28 m height will be the amazing element of the project. A second building will offer a hostel: Slo Living Hostel, with 179 beds (44 rooms).
2. The most familial: Fourcy's lodging (IVe)
Astonishing: located at 8 Place des Vosges (IVe), once rehabilitated, in 2023, this mansion house will house a social residence and a solidarity shelter of 10 "apartments" allowing modest families to be housed at modest prices. A popular university will find place. The future lodging of Fourcy is carried by Habitat and humanism and Quartus is the result of Reinventing Paris II.
3. The highest: les Jardins de l'Arche (Nanterre)
With its 200 m high, the Jardins de l'Arche, although located in Nanterre (Hauts-de-Seine), will have a bird's eye view of Paris and will be the highest hotel. For these 730 rooms, the higher you go, the more expensive it will be. The swimming pool at the top will be accessible to the inhabitants of Nanterre. The restaurant more than 100 m high, on the terrace, will be open to all ... in 2024.
4. The most luxurious: the Cheval Blanc palace (I)
In April 2020, Paris will have its first palace overlooking the Seine, with Cheval Blanc (belonging to the LVMH group, also owner of the Parisian), instead of the department store, Samaritaine (I). Besides the views, and its gourmet rooftop restaurants, it should also have the largest hotel pool in Paris, around 27 m.
5. The sportiest: Laumière hotel (XIX)
This Laumière hotel (8-10, Armand-Carel street in the nineteenth), will offer in 2022, an inflatable bubble on the roof for sports, a sports program in connection with the Buttes Chaumont to welcome the competitors of the neighborhood, rooms adapted to the reception of the teams.
6. The most beautiful pool : So Sofitel (VIIIe)
The So Sofitel, 5 stars, 100 rooms in a Haussmann building located at 144-150 Avenue des Champs-Elysées (VIII) will, in 2021, have a swimming pool on the roof, on the 6th floor, with a breathtaking view of the Arc de Triomphe and the Eiffel Tower.
7. The most beautiful reconversion : La Poste du Louvre
The 5-star rooftop hotel of La Poste du Louvre (I) is scheduled to open in 2020 or 2021. A new life for this 1880 building that has long been Paris's sorting center. La Poste (open 24 hours a day) will remain in place.
8. The most ecolo : la Villa M (XIVe)
"M for medicine, mutualism, mutations, better living, better-being, mobility ...", according to its promoters. Villa M, boulevard Pasteur (XIV), will offer in 2020 no less than 8,000 m2 entirely dedicated to the health of tomorrow: gym and healthy food, fine arts and leisure areas open to all audiences. And ... 73 rooms decorated by Philippe Starck.
9. The most diverse: Morland Mixité Capital (IVe)
Boulevard Morland (IVe), in 2021, in this former building of the prefecture, there are 11 uses including a hostel of 404 beds, a luxury hotel, with 164 keys from the 7th to the 14th floor, but also housing, offices, urban agriculture, shops, a nursery, a pool, a restaurant with rooftop and a work of art on the roof signed Olafur Eliason.
10. The most artistic: Le Standard (Boulogne-Billancourt)
The Standard, in Boulogne (Hauts-de-Seine), will be in 2022 or 2023, the first hotel of this chain. Despite its name, this establishment will be out of the ordinary, with an art work in every room. Near the Musical Seine, at the forefront of Seguin Island, this hotel will also have a view of the Seine. Great art!
Written by Le Parisien
VISION Destinations | October 23