A few cobblestones from the Comédie Française and the Louvre, vibrates a place of art and French life: the Nolinski Paris. Its exceptional and characterful haven is marked by the eclectic refinement of decorator Jean-Louis Deniot. Minimalist reception in Carrara marble. The Requirement for Respect. Excellence for hospitality. At the discretion of its private apartments, this particular house has the secret of a savoir-vivre where contemporary aesthetics and classic prestige, magic and audacity merge. For residents or travellers.
16 Avenue de L'Opera Paris 75001 France
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I stayed at the Nolinski for a week to celebrate my birthday and it was truly the best hotel experience I’ve ever had. The hotel is exquisite, the room luxurious, beautiful and huge with a delicious and abundant breakfast that you can enjoy in the restaurant or brought to your room, the location is PERFECT but it is the wonderful STAFF that made this stay the most memorable and treasured experience! When I returned from my afternoon activities on my birthday, I was surprised to return to my room and see flowers, balloons, a chocolate cake and perfume candle gift. Such an incredibly thoughtful surprise that really touched me. From the reception of the lovely doorman holding an umbrella for me as I exited the taxi upon arrival, to the checkout—the kindness, interaction, attentiveness and thoughtfulness of EVERY staff member at The Nolinski made this such an extraordinary and pleasurable stay and experience. Don’t hesitate to stay here! I can’t wait to come back!
Hotel is well situated for exploring Paris. The staff is professional and friendly. The room is big in comparison with more expensive hotels. Excellent service and excellent location, nice room, quality breakfast. The hotel bar is very lively with super drinks and nice music.
We spent only 1 night at this hotel during a short break to Paris. While probably not in the nicest part of Paris, it is relatively centrally located so nothing is more than a 10/15 minute taxi ride away. The hotel very much has a boutique feel around it and the rooms have a very designer vibe about them. Our deluxe bedroom was luxurious with lots of interior designer touches and the bed comfortable. The only shortcoming was that the bathroom only had a shower not a bath. The room very much had a 5-star feel about them and were not small by European city standards. While we did not eat at the restaurant, we did have drinks at the bar before dinner. The atmosphere was great and while not the best cocktails I've ever tasted, it was a pleasant place for pre-dinner drinks. The staff were all very friendly. In short, we liked the room and the "feel" of this hotel, but next time in Paris we will probably look to stay in another area and find a similar boutique hotel where there is a bath in the bathroom.