Design star Philippe Starck created dramatic interiors for this fully renovated hotel. An in-house curator organizes exhibitions in a gallery off the lobby, and an art concierge arranges private museum visits.
Food Cred: French pastry titan Pierre Hermé provides desserts for the restaurant, Il Carpaccio.
Set in a gut-renovated 1930s building, this 138-room hotel has a giant Asian-style spa and Art Deco design (crystal-lined lobby walls; Man Ray photos in the rooms).
Food Cred: Two-Michelin-starred chef Thierry Marx oversees all the hotel's restaurants.
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This classic town house turned hotel has just 26 rooms, each honoring a different writerfrom Hans Christian Andersen to Emile Zolawith literary quotations stenciled on the walls.
Food Cred: There is no restaurant, but there are Dalloyau pastries in the lounge, and the hotel is very near La Cave Beauvau, one of the city's best traditional bistros.