Hôtel Providence, which was built in 1854, has witnessed the dramatic evolution of this neighborhood which includes the Haut-Marais, Beaubourg and the Saint Martin Canal. This hotel is a hidden gem of Paris. It is located a little bit off the beaten path on a side-street that overlooks an authentic Paris neighborhood where women strut the latest fashion, people ride bikes, and locals walk their dogs.
Every day is an opportunity to discover a new address, trendy boutiques, an emerging art gallery or the latest restaurant run by a young and talented chef.
Decor + Style
A cosy fire place, architectural details, Pointe de Hongrie wooden floors, and marble mosaics. The hotel will give you Soho House vibes, with undertones of Parisian Chic + NYC style.
Lobby + Bar + Restaurant
The lobby, bar, and on-site restaurant continue the chic, up-scale vibes. The bar is an amazing place to grab a quick cocktail or coffee before heading out into the city. With tons of nooks, you can easily accommodate a bustling or intimate feel. The restaurant is top notch, with a focus on small plates – including amazing dishes such as truffled quail egg, oysters, and a selection of cheeses.
The hotel has 18 rooms, including 2 junior suites and a large suite. Each of the rooms is individually decorated – with no repeating styles (say goodbye to the cliche copy-cat designs of chain hotels). The rooms include iMacs, fully stocked cocktail bars, and built-in ice makers (a luxury in Paris).
The rooms are tiny, but most guests find-themselves out and about in Paris during the day and excited about the cozy atmosphere at night.
The service + staff at the hotel are incredible. With an average service score of 4.5 on Trip Advisor, guests agree too.
The hotel is located in the heart of Paris, right in the middle of the 2nd, 3rd, and 10th Arrondissements. The neighborhood has tons of shops, boutiques, and cafes within walking distance, and guests can easily walk to the Marais District. If you’re looking for something specific, you can walk to the Saint-Martin district, the clothing district (Rue St. Denis), Place de la Republique, and the beautiful tree lined street Rue de Bretagne.