By settling in the heart of a heterogeneous, teeming marsh, Sinner is a place that breaks free from the codes of luxury hotels. By unrolling his own scenario of the city, he shares his vision of a Parisian style: in reality far from conventional traditions. Sinner pushes the slider. Breathe impertinence without denying the luxury and elegance that characterize the most beautiful addresses in the capital. Staying at the Sinner means (re)discovering Paris on the wire, between heritage, glamour, unusual and mystery.
116 Rue du Temple Paris 75003 France
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Nice staff, though they work to hard to attempt to be trendy - a bit annoying. Hotel well done with one caveat - if you're looking for light and bright this aint it!! The theme is EXTREMELY dark - dark walls, dark rooms, little light - pushing the dark and nasty theme I guess. Not sure id stay again.
Stayed for several days, enjoyed. Seem to be a fresh and new hotel-lovely decorations, pretty attentive staff, good location. Every weekend they seem to throw a party at the lobby and barrestaurant space - was pretty weird but cool. It’s pretty rare to have SO MANY amenities and options fro sale in the room - loved it! Breakfast was ok, but we decided to search for breakfast somewhere in the city the other days. I guess its especially suitable for couples or friends looking for a fun times
The hotel itself is nicely positioned. In the Marais district which for me was ideally placed. I drove up from the south of France. I planned to use valet parking however there was no where to stop outside the hotel so utilised the car park which is just a number of door down the road. Underground and seemed secure. On arrival there were quite a few staff milling around the entrance. I was checked in quickly and led by candlelight to my suite. I opted for a large type room for my stay. The rooms are plush. They seem to have thought of everything from cool art, to lube, to amenities that go beyond. No problems here. I had lunch once in the restaurant. The menu is decent or a varied choice. I was feeling indulgent so enjoyed a bottle of Laurent Perrier (rose) and a selection of small plates. All delicious. However exception is given to the meringue which fell short. Clearly made prior and no chewy interior. I too enjoyed some drinks in the bar pre and post dinner. The bar though is where the service falls short. The drinks on themselves are fine but the service is very slow. Feel again,‘indulgent, I opted toward the end of the evening because f a whiskey which I had not tied before, cost £60GBP for the glass - sadly though, this never arrived so I left. The cleaning maid did not arrive to clean my room one day, so I called and this was arranged however the maid informed me that she would not clean the room with me in it. Turns out she had a rotten cold too (which, a few days later had an impact on me too). All in all a nice hotel with good food but the service is very slow and disappointing.