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Hôtel Jules & Jim
At a Glance
- bright and modern
- stylish design
- close to public transportation
- the small "Jules" rooms are best for those traveling light or staying just one night
- no restaurant
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Hôtel Jules & Jim Review
In the less-traveled corner of the trendy Marais district, this contemporary boutique hotel feels almost like an art gallery. Behind its easy-to-miss industrial facade are three buildings around an historic courtyard. The futuristic "Hi-Mac" rooms are encased in a sort of white plastic cocoon and have adjustible lighting and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the rooftops of Paris; room 81 has a terrace with views of Sacré-Coeur Basilica. The compact rooms are generally minimalist, with sleek dark-wood furnishings, polished concrete bathrooms with Molton Brown toiletries, and spacious walk-in showers with oversize "rainwater" showerheads. Open for breakfast, the stylish bar in the building at the back of the courtyard attracts fashionable locals in the evening.
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