What's Up

  • What's Up

    Organised by RedVisitor, What's Up takes you at the heart of the Capital for a tour of the most trendy hotels, partners of EquipHotel

  • Maison Souquet

    La Maison Souquet - What's Up EquipHotelThe Maison Souquet, the only five-stard in SoPi (South Pigalle), represents an invitation to hedonism. Romantic, intimate and sensual, this new haunt is a tribute to the Belle Époque. We owe this unique, cosy and playful visual universe to French master decorator Jacques Garcia, which is reminiscent of a 19th-century bordello.

    Must-see: the atmosphere and the spa.
    Website : www.maisonsouquet.com/en/

  • The Grand Pigalle Hotel

    Le Grand Pigalle HôtelThe Grand Pigalle Hotel is situated within the hip South Pigalle (SoPi) neighbourhood. “We wanted to create a timeless décor and a true overnight experience”, explains Experimental Group founders, Romée de Goriainoff, Olivier Bon and Pierre-Charles Cros of their first boutique hotel project in Paris. The trio has created this upbeat address as a “bed & beverage” venue, featuring a wine bar with 200 references, expertly-crafted cocktails that can be prepared by an in-house mixologist in your room, and wonderful tapas as an added bonus.


    Must-see: the lobby/bar.

    Website : www.grandpigalle.com/en/

  • Hôtel Bachaumont

    Hotel Bachaumont - What's Up EquipHotelSet within a beautiful post-Haussmann building in the lively Montorgueil pedestrian district, the historic Grand Hôtel de Bachaumont has been reborn, transformed into a stylish boutique hotel illuminated by skylights and marble embellishments. Designer Dorothée Meilichzon fuses neo-classicism with Art Deco influences, flavoured with a sixties twist.

    Must-see: the restaurant.
    Website : www.hotelbachaumont.com/en

  • La Réserve

    Hôtel La Réserve - What's Up EquipHotelOnly a stone’s throw from the Champs-Elysées, La Réserve unveils the quintessence of Parisian chic. An opulent Haussmanian manor house on avenue Gabriel has been transformed into an exclusive Belle Époque haven by legendary French designer, Jacques Garcia. This five-star sanctuary also hides a few surprise elements, such as a vast library, an underground indoor swimming pool and spa, and a beautiful paved courtyard.

    Must-see: the lobby.
    Website : www.lareserve-paris.com/en/

  • Les Bains

    Hôtel Les Bains - What's Up EquipHotelThe mythical Parisian nightclub which attracted la creme de la creme of the celebrity world in the 1980s is back following a two year renovation. The designer space is now home to a 39-room boutique hotel, a stylish bar and a neo-brasserie designed in a psychedelic style.

    Must-see: the restaurant and the bar.
    Website : httpwww.lesbains-paris.com/en/

  • The Peninsula

    The Peninsula - What's Up EquipHotlSet within a beautifully restored 19th-century Haussmanian palace, The Peninsula Paris offers the ultimate in 21st-century luxuries and boasts a prime location close to the Arc de Triomphe, the Champs-Élysées and Paris's luxury shopping district.

    Must-see: the spa.
    Website : paris.peninsula.com/en

  • Le Cinq Codet

    Le Cinq Codet - What's Up EquipHotelDesigner Jean-Philippe Nuel has transformed a 1930s building in Paris's 7th arrondissement into a haven of modern design. The hotel's 67 rooms and suites evoke a unique artistic loft experience, showcasing colourful artworks and furnishings, and signature floor-to-ceiling bay windows.

    Must-see: the rooms.
    Website : www.le5codet.com/en/

  • Mama Shelter

    Mama Shelter - What's Up EquipHotelLocated in the north part of Paris, the cool and trendy hotel concept invented by Serge Trigano and Philippe Starck, is clearly disruptive. Every element is accented with passion and creativity to ensure guests share a great experience within the hotel.

    Must-see: the rooftop and the restaurant.

  • Ritz

    Le Ritz - What's Up EquipHotelAfter more than 4 years of renovation and 140 millions euros invested, The Ritz Paris reopening invites guests to explore the inimitable French “art de vivre”, combining the opulence of the Empire style - classicism with a touch of the contemporary. Must-see: the luxury commercial galleries.

    Must-see : the luxury shopping malls.
    Website : ritzparis.com

  • OFF Paris Seine

    Hôtel Off - What's Up EquipHotelSet on a purpose-built barge on the River Seine, this unique venue is Paris’s first floating hotel, where guests can disconnect from urban life. Designed by Gérard Ronzatti in a contemporary style of wood, metal and copper gold, the hotel is home to 54 rooms, 4 suites, a plunge pool and a marina.

    Must-see : its location on the River Seine
    Website : offparisseine.com

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