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An autumn in Paris

Capital of fashion and luxury, city of love and home to artists, full of bohemian neighborhoods and the wonderful Seine … Paris is one of those cities that steals the heart of every person who sets foot in it. Whether it’s your first visit or a repeat trip (because yes, you always come back to Paris), the EVOK group unveils four stunning hotels to stay in for your autumn getaway to the French capital.

1.- Brach Paris: An oasis overlooking the Eiffel Tower

If you are looking to stay in the heart of Paris, this hotel is definitely for you.. Located in the heart of the 16th district, Brach is an elegant and atypical luxury address. Diseñado por el gran Philippe Starck, the hotel enjoys a unique, sensual, minimalist culture with African and Asian influences.

This hotel hides a secret: its incredible rooftop terrace overlooking the Eiffel Tower, perfect to end the day after a day in the capital. But its views are not the most amazing thing: this incredible rooftop has a own organic vegetable garden with a chicken coopwhere the hotel’s chefs select the vegetables and eggs from its 5 laying hens to surprise guests with the freshest and best quality products. It has 59 rooms and suites, swimming pool, spa and sports club, in-house bakery and a wide variety of gastronomic offerings.

2-Nolinski: “A walk through the Parisian Art de Vivre”.

A few meters from the Comédie Française and the Louvre stands a vibrant place of the French “Art de vivre”: the hotel Nolinski París. This sublime and characterful retreat bears the signature of eclectic refinement. by interior designer Jean-Louis Deniot, decorated with Carrara marble, achieving a classic atmosphere, but at the same time contemporary with a touch of genius and daring.

The hotel has two restaurants: “Le Restaurant”, which offers a contemporary menu with a Greek essence and full of nuances, and on the other side is the award-winning two Michelin stars “Palais Royal Restaurant”.

The hotel has an incredible Spa and also a piano bar with an extensive menu of signature cocktails created by Jérémy Bacquet, Creative Director of Evok bars. There is no better plan than having one of their incredible treatments and ending with a toast in their piano bar!

3.-SINNER: A challenge to luxury hotels

Located in the heart of the lively and eclectic Marais district, the Sinner Hotel breaks the rules of a luxury hotel. To stay at Sinner is to (re)discover Paris, where religious heritage, history, glamour, mischief and mystery mingle.

The hotel has 43 rooms and suites: its dark corridors with red doors with knockers and peepholes inspired by the porches of old carriages stand out, contrasting with rooms full of light and touches of color.

The mischievous essence is maintained even in the gastronomic proposal. Chef Adam Bentalha runs the restaurant’s kitchen which, after dinner services are over, joins the bar to recreate a luxurious party atmosphere with a live DJ and a varied cocktail menu.

This hotel hides a secret behind a door studded with forged nails: its incredible spa. It has a pool inspired by the Greek and Roman baths with numerous treatments to unwind in a hidden and private place.

4.- Cour des Vogues: An intimate stroll through the oldest square in Paris.

Time travel is possible thanks to this boutique hotel. Located in the historic Place Louis XIII, this impressive building is located at number 19 Place des Vosges. A unique and historic place, since it was the royal square designed by Henri IV in 1605 and therefore the oldest in Paris.

Cour des Vogues has only 12 rooms. It is perfectly maintained as the architects have respected and preserved the building while maintaining the high ceilings (up to 6 meters on the second floor), double doors, original painted ceiling beams and terracotta floors.

The result is full of contrasts: antique terracotta pieces sit next to blue tapestries, chandeliers illuminate stainless steel tables and glass counters, while statues contemplate lacquered screens.

The Cour des Vosges hotel invites guests to immerse themselves in the life of a French noble family dating back to the 16th century. A family of art lovers and collectors who have enjoyed collecting sculptures, ceramics, tapestries and furniture over the decades, representing various artistic movements and the experiences of generations of patrons of the arts.

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