Hotel Molitor, Paris
Nestled in the chic 16th arrondissement of Paris, the Hotel Molitor Paris – MGallery artfully blends the glitzy heritage of the City of Lights with its exciting, youth-oriented future. Discover this urban resort that’s bursting with personality and color.
Whether you’re drawn to Paris for its rich history or for its modern, trendy image, the Hotel Molitor Paris – MGallery has something for you. From the moment you arrive, you’ll be greeted by an explosion of color and energy, with street art and graffiti tastefully displayed in the public spaces. If you’re feeling cruise ship vibes during your stay, you’re not alone. The 124 rooms and suites surround a huge outdoor pool and deck, making it feel like you’re sailing the calm seas aboard an enormous ship.
These spacious rooms were designed by master architect Jean-Philippe Nuel to foster a deep sense of calm and relaxation. Nuel’s modern, minimalist design pervades, and some rooms even have porthole windows that further enhance the feeling of being on a cruise ship. Bathrooms come with Clarins toiletries, while free Wi-Fi keeps you connected to the outside world.
Hotel Molitor Paris – MGallery is a hotel that rewards exploration, with charming common areas and amenities to discover. Don’t be surprised if the hotel seems immediately familiar, as it was recently featured in the hit Netflix movie Emily in Paris. In addition to the heated outdoor pool, the hotel also has a historic indoor pool dating back to the 1930s. In the mood to work out? Adults and children alike can participate in a variety of on-site sports activities at Club Molitor. This large fitness area includes a gym, yoga classes and dedicated personal training. Afterwards, treat yourself to a treatment at the Spa by Clarins and let the cares of the world fade away in the expert hands of its world-class staff.
All this effort is sure to make you hungry, and the Hotel Molitor Paris – MGallery offers a variety of delicious dining options for every taste. Start with the Molitor on the hotel’s rooftop, where you can dine al fresco on warm Parisian summer nights. Closer to home, Brasserie Molitor offers classic French cuisine served by Chef Martin Simolka. To be enjoyed with a delicious bottle of red wine, of course.
The 16th arrondissement, located in the west of Paris, is known for its stunning architecture, green spaces, boutiques and high-end restaurants.
One of the most iconic landmarks of the 16th arrondissement is the Eiffel Tower, which can be seen from many parts of the neighborhood. Visitors can take a leisurely stroll along the Seine to see it up close or even climb to the top for a great view of the city. Another must-see attraction in the 16th arrondissement is the Bois de Boulogne, a vast park that offers a variety of outdoor activities. Visitors can rent a boat and row around the lake, run or bike on the many trails, or even watch a horse race at the nearby Hippodrome de Longchamp.
The area is also home to several museums, including the Marmottan Monet Museum, which houses a collection of Impressionist paintings, and the Louis Vuitton Foundation, which showcases contemporary art in a beautiful building designed by architect Frank Gehry. For those looking to indulge in luxury shopping, the 16th arrondissement has several high-end boutiques and department stores, including the famous Galeries Lafayette, which offers a wide range of designer brands.
The 16th arrondissement is home to some of the best restaurants in the city, with a selection of international and French cuisine. Visitors can enjoy a romantic dinner with a view of the Eiffel Tower or a casual lunch in one of the many charming cafés lining the streets.
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