LLG Hotel Reviews: Hotel Seven, Paris

by Sasha Wilkins on March 22, 2012 · 7 comments

Seven Hotel Paris

When I came up with my slightly complicated why thank you for the invitation I shall go to the Louis Vuitton show in Paris and hmmm why don’t I stay in Paris an extra day so I can take a train to Lausanne for Meriel’s baby shower   plan, I was rather pleased about the stay in Paris section, as I had an invitation to check out Hotel Seven burning a hole in my inbox.

After all, when a room promises a lighting mood board with ’10 psychedelic settings’, ‘2 WCs with a chessboard in the middle’, a ‘Rabbit emerging from the wall’ and by way of a coda, a ‘Clawfoot tub and shower’, it would be hard not to want to check it out.

Seven Hotel Paris

Seven Hotel Paris

So I was booked into the Alice suite, which did indeed have all the above as features, plus a wall of clocks, a Cheshire cat in residence on the back of the sofa, lamps made from teetering piles of tea cups, and a bedspread adorned with rather phallic-looking hand embroidered mushrooms in an eat me homage.

Seven Hotel Paris

I loved staying here, not just because I love Alice and  could make psychedelic lights patterns dance across the walls and ceiling from a panel by my head, but because behind all the gimmicks, it was beautifully airy, very light and extremely comfortable, with a marshmallowy duvet, lovely slipper bath, and all the things I demand in a well-appointed hotel room.

A Nespresso machine, plug sockets by the bed for my phone and laptop, good bedside reading lights, every kind of toiletry I could possibly need, from toothbrush to handcream (L’Occitane), a proper writing desk and a fridge full of interesting soft drinks & juices, as well as booze.

Seven Hotel Paris Seven Hotel Paris

I holed up for an entire day doing email and catching up on blog posts, and ordered a quite delicious room service meal of mushroom soup (quite as good as mine), and an excellent cheese plate. Breakfast in the brightly lit sous sol was just as good, with everything from gummy worms to boiled eggs, yogurt & compote to tartines.

Seven Hotel Paris Seven Hotel Paris

Whilst I think the Alice room is rather sweet, and would be lovely for a mother daughter stay, perfect for a girls’ trip and super kitsch for a romantic break, the rest of the hotel is just, if not more, insane, and begs to be visited for a properly filthy escape. Take a look at the website, and you’ll see what I mean.

By Paris prices, the hotel is extremely competitively priced for such attention to detail (rooms are roughly 200-300 euros, and the crazy ass suites are approx 400 euros+),  and the location in the 5e, whilst a bit of a schlep south from the Gare du Nord, is extremely handy for all the other Paris stations: the Gares du Lyon (from where I was departing next day), Austerlitz and Montparnasse. It’s right by the rue Mouffetard, which is crammed with restaurants and speciality food shops, and is just a short cab ride from St Germain. You could walk to the Marais in 30 minutes or so (and the route would be wonderful – across the Seine), and there are plenty of metro stations nearby.

Hotel Seven, 20, rue Berthollet, 75005 Paris, France

LLG was a guest of the Hotel Seven for one night
www.sevenhotelparis.com

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Rose March 23, 2012 at 06:31

sounds amaze! I amin desperate need of a proper break and long for Paris

are you going to put up a video? I really like those

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Saule March 23, 2012 at 06:45

Wow this looks amazing!! Really cool idea for Alice theme. x

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Saule March 23, 2012 at 06:45

Wow this is amazing! Brilliant idea for Alice theme. xx

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CW March 23, 2012 at 10:09

Sadly, I have no trips to Paris planned soon, and if I were to go, I’d probably be looking at budget (budget, budget) places, but I still very much enjoyed hearing more about the room and hotel. I remember your tweets about it and was looking forward to more pictures. I was glad to hear that “beyond all the gimmicks,” the hotel was still worth it. Even though, from what I remember, all your tweets sounded quite positive, I did wonder while reading this, “Yes, but is it still a nice hotel? Can you sit on that couch?” Nice to know it is! I’ll certainly be bookmarking this post for a future (dream) trip.

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Marina(Makeup4All) March 23, 2012 at 18:09

Such a lovely room! I’ve also checked the website and other rooms look really cool, too. Marie Antoinette would be a nice place to stay in with the girlfriends :). I wish one day I can go there, too…

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