10 Hotels in Paris Where to Get Your Private Hot Tub/Jacuzzi

Ha! What a pleasure to chill in a good bath after an all-day visit in the French capital or an ad nauseam work seminar! And why not relax totally in a bubble bath? Even better: why share your bubbles with other customers of the hotel when you can daydream in your room’s private hot tub? That is what these ten hotels in Paris have to offer.

 

1. The Five Hotel ***

Address: 3 rue Flatters, 5th district
Access: Port Royal (buses 21, 83, 91, N01; RER B), Les Gobelins (metro 7), Censier-Daubenton (metro 7)

Five Hotel Entry

Five Hotel restaurant

Five Hotel Tub

Five Hotel Room

The Five Hotel, a real nest for lovers, is ideally located in the heart of the Latin Quarter, near the Luxembourg Gardens and the lovely rue Mouffetard. The Five Hotel has been mainly designed for couples: its 25 glamorous and romantic rooms are perfect for a romantic holiday in Paris.

For an even more romantic holiday, you can book the outdoor private jacuzzi suite which includes a bedroom, a living room, a small private garden, and the much-vaunted private patio with a jacuzzi. This suite is perfect for couples and for families too, since there is a double bed, two single beds, and a sofa bed.

The hotel offers many services to make your stay unforgettable. For instance, you can ask for a Lovebox, a massage, or a glamour package which includes a breakfast for two people served in the bedroom, a bottle of Champagne, and a Lovebox. The hotel’s concierge service will do what is necessary to please you by booking museum tickets, a dinner on a river-cruise boat, or anything that you would like.

For further information about The Five Hotel, its services, prices, and availability, click here.

 

 

2. Le Cinq Codet *****

Address: 5 rue Louis Codet, 7th district
Access: Ecole militaire (metro 8; buses 28, 80, 87), Duquesne-Lowendal (buses 28, 87), Saint-François-Xavier (metro 13), La Tour-Maubourg (metro 8; bus 28), Varenne (metro 13)

Cinq Codet Room

Cinq Codet living

Cinq Codet Tub

Cinq Codet View

Le Cinq Codet was designed by the architect Jean-Philippe Nuel in a building dating from the 1930’s. It is an ideal place to stay for tourists since it is really near the Eiffel Tower and the Invalides.

Le Cinq Codet offers 67 spacious and tastefully decorated rooms, and high technologies are available in each one of them (iPod audio stations, TVs, etc.). You can relax in the hotel interior garden or in the spa where it is possible to enjoy a hammam, an outdoor jacuzzi, massage booths, and a herbal tea room.

But you can also relax in the privacy of your room if you choose one of the 45m² “Superior” suites with a private patio and jacuzzi on the top floor. Even better: book the 83m² “Prestige” suite for two people and relax in your private patio’s jacuzzi while admiring the Eiffel Tower and the Invalides.

For further informations about Le Cinq Codet, its services, prices, and availabilities, click here.

 

 

3. Relais Hôtel du Vieux Paris ****

Address: 9 rue Gît-le-Cœur, 6th district
Access: Saint-Michel-Notre-Dame (RER B, C; metro 4), Saint-Michel (buses 96, N145), Saint-Michel-Saint-Germain (buses 21, 27, 38, 85, 96, N12, N13, N14, N21, N145)

Relais Hotel Tub

Relais Hotel Room

Relais Hotel Room

Relais Hotel Entry

Thanks to its ideal location in the heart of the Latin Quarter, the Relais Hôtel du Vieux Paris is not far from anything: restaurants, pubs and cafes, parkings, Saint-Michel place, Notre-Dame cathedral, the Sorbonne, the Panthéon, the Louvre and Orsay museums, and so on.

This historic charming little hotel (only 19 rooms) was built in 1480 and belonged to the dukes of Luynes and of O. In the 1950’s and 1960’s, some of the Beat Generation poets came here looking for inspiration; indeed, William Burroughs, Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, and Gregory Corso lived here. The Relais Hôtel du Vieux Paris has kept some of the charm from the dukes of Luynes and of O era with visible wooden beams and toile de jouy tapestries.

For your best comfort, you can chose the “privilege suite” which includes a double bed and a sofa bed in the small private living room, and the eagerly awaited bubble bath.

For further information about the Relais Hôtel du Vieux Paris, its services, prices, and availability, click here.

 

 

4. Crayon Rouge Hotel ****

Address: 42 rue Croix des Petits Champs, 1st district
Access: Palais Royal Musée du Louvre (metros 1, 7), Victoires (buses 29), Coquillière-Les Halles (buses 67, 74, 85, N15, N16), Les Halles (metro 4), Châtelet-les Halles (RER A, B, D; metros 1, 4, 7, 11, 14; buses 21, 38, 47, 58, 67, 69, 70, 72, 74, 75, 76, 81, 85, 96, N11, N12, N13, N14, N15, N16, N21, N22, N23, N24, N122, N144, N145)

Crayon rouge room

Crayon rouge entry

Crayon rouge tub

Crayon rouge living

Right in the heart of Paris (a six-minute walk from the Louvre museum) you will find the little Crayon Rouge hotel that is reminiscent of a guesthouse. There are indeed only 17 rooms and the owners like to share their passion for French wine in the lobby with their customers, whom they invite to discover the art of wines through an aromatic experience: fruity wines, spiced wines, flowery wines, etc. The whole hotel is decorated in a retro and modern way that vintage lovers will surely like.

You will find the much talked about hot tub in the Junior Neo Retro Suite – or “the lovers suite”- where you will be able to lounge after a long day. By the way, the hotel invites you to “let yourself get dragged into the turbulence of passion and push the doors of relaxation for a while in the jacuzzi”.

For further information about the Crayon Rouge hotel, its services, prices, and availability, click here.

 

 

5. Ecole Centrale Hotel ***

Address: 3 rue Bailly, 3rd district
Access: Arts et Métiers (metros 3, 11; buses 75, N12, N23), Filles du Calvaire (metro 8), Réaumur-Sébastopol (metros 3, 4), Rambuteau (metro 11)

Ecole centrale room

Ecole centrale tub

Ecole centrale restaurant

Ecole centrale living

The Ecole Centrale hotel is in a typical Parisian building from the 17th century, and it has kept a bit of its former charm thanks to, among other things, its visible wooden beams. Its location, on the fringe of the Marais district, is absolutely perfect: it is a lively neighbourhood, and you will be able to enjoy all the advantages of this district without suffering from its inconveniences, i.e. the noise. From there, you can easily rejoin different ‘touristy’ places by foot: the Louvre museum in 20 minutes, the Bastille place and Notre-Dame cathedral in 25 minutes, the Orsay museum in 40 minutes.

After walking well during your visits, you can relax in the bubble bath of the “Deluxe” rooms, nestled under the roofs on the 6th floor (with an elevator up to 5th floor). These rooms will please couples as much as families, since you can ask to add a single bed for a child under 12.

For further information about the Ecole Centrale hotel, its services, prices, and availability, click here.

 

 

6. Félicien Hotel ****

Address: 21 rue Félicien David, 16th district
Access: Degas (buses 72, N12, N61), Pont Mirabeau (Metro 10; buses 62, 72, N12, N61), Javel (RER C), Radio France-Pont de Grenelle (buses 72, N12, N61), Théophile Gautier-Rue Gros (buses 22), Gare d’Avenue du Président Kennedy (RER C), Perrichont (bus 52), Eglise d’Auteuil (buses 22, 52)

Félicien room

Félicien entry

Félicien terrasse

Félicien living

The Félicien hotel is located in the fancy 16th district, and was created by the fashion designer Olivier Lapidus, who made references to his job in the process. There is a theme for each floor and their names recall haute couture: Black Floor, Flannel Floor, Ruby Floor, Couture Floor, Pearl Floor, and Sky Floor. Thanks to his experience as an artistic director, Olivier Lapidus has created a designer modern hotel that will surely be to fashion addicts’ liking.

Two of the 34 rooms of this haute couture hotel will particularly interest you: the White Suite (36.5m²), and the Silver Suite (35.5m²), both located on the top Sky Floor, and each with a private rooftop and a jacuzzi offering a stunning view over Paris.

The little extra of this hotel that will end up seducing you is the spa, which can be entirely privatised for a day.

For further information about the Hôtel Félicien, its services, prices, and availability, click here.

 

 

7. Lumen

Address: 15 rue des pyramides, 1st district
Access: Pyramides (metros 7, 14; buses 21, 27, 81, 68, 95), Tuileries (metro 1), Palais Royal Musée du Louvre (metros 1, 7), Palais Royal-Comédie Française (buses 27, 39, 95)

Lumen entry

Lumen room

Lumen room

Lumen building

You will encounter the Lumen hotel in the historic heart of Paris, just a stone’s throw away from the Tuileries Gardens and the Louvre museum. The Lumen is both a luxurious and intimate hotel designed in a Haussmannian building. Despite the fact that it is an old building, the interior is super modern: the decor is in a very design-conscious and modern neo-baroque style, and smartphones allowing you to call and send messages to every European country (except Switzerland), Japan, and Russia are available in each room.

Several services can be offered to make your stay unforgettable: a concierge service that will do anything to please you, Paris guided tours, and even a “romance in Paris” package that includes a bottle of champagne, a rose petal heart shape on the bed, a flower bouquet, and six macaroons.

To perfect your stay in this hotel, why not enjoy the jacuzzi suite? It is a 31m² suite with a bedroom (double bed or twin beds), a small living room, a bathroom with a jacuzzi and an incredible view over Paris’ roofs.

For further information about the Lumen hotel, its services, prices, and availability, click here.

 

 

8. Seven Hotel ****

Address: 20 rue Berthollet, 5th district
Access: Censier-Daubenton (metro 7), Les Gobelins (metro 7), Port-Royal (RER B; buses 21, 83, 91, N01, N02), Berthollet-Vauquelin (buses 21, 27), Feuillantines (buses 21, 27)

Seven Hotel tub

Seven Hotel room

Seven Hotel entry

Seven Hotel room

The Seven Hotel has an ideal location for tourists since it is in the Latin Quarter, in the heart of Paris, a few steps away from the famous rue Mouffetard where you can take a walk at leisure.

The Seven Hotel is not just a hotel, but truly an experience that you cannot live anywhere else ; it is a surprising boutique hotel with a particular theme for each room. Thus, you will be able to sleep in an Alice in Wonderland surrounding, take yourself for a spy or for Marie-Antoinette, or live at modern times for a night.

Of all these rooms, your favourite might be the “lovez-vous” suite. With its round bed, it is a real nest for lovers who will be able to relax in the bedroom’s jacuzzi and enjoy a massage service directly inside the room.

For further information about the Seven Hotel, its services, prices, and availability, click here.

 

 

9. Apostrophe Hotel ***

Address: 3 rue de Chevreuse, 6th district
Access: Vavin (bus 68; metro 4), Notre-Dame des Champs (metro 12; buses 58, 68, 82), Port-Royal (RER B), Raspail (metro 4, 6; bus 68), Edgar Quinet (metro 6)

Apostrophe tub

Apostrophe room

Apostrophe building

Apostrophe room

Very near to the Luxembourg Gardens and only 5 minutes away from the Montparnasse tower, you will find a lovely “poem hotel”, easily identifiable by the tree shadows painted by hand on its facade; that is the Apostrophe hotel. This hotel has been created as a story to tell to customers, hence the qualifier “poem”. On its website, the hotel explains that there is a meaning, an intention, behind each unique bedroom decor.

This hotel calls out to its customers through its uniqueness, and that is why it is called the “Apostrophe” (“apostropher” in French means “to call out”). In this charming little hotel, each one of the 16 rooms is truly unique and evokes literature in one way or another. Thus, you can sleep in the “Sheherazade” room, in the “printing” room, in the “travel diary” room, “calligraphy” room, “newspapers” room, and so on.

There is no suite here, but a few 15m² intimate “balneotherapy” rooms with a bubble bath and chromotherapy in the unpartitioned bathroom. Each “balneo” room has a unique ceiling: blue sky, ladder to the sky, glass roof, Grand Palais’ dome, and stormy sky.

For further information about the Apostrophe hotel, its services, prices, and availability, click here.

 

 

10. Kleber Hotel ***

Address: 7 rue de Belloy, 16th district
Access: Boissière (metro 6; bus 82), Victor-Hugo (metro 2; buses 52,82), Iéna (metro 9), George V (metro 1), Alma-Marceau (metro 9), Albert de Mun (buses 32, 63), Trocadéro (metros 6, 9; buses 22, 30, 63, N53), Charles de Gaulle-Etoile (metro 1; buses 22, 30, 31, 52, 73, 92, 341, N11, N24)

Kleber room

Kleber tub

Kleber living

Kleber living

You can catch sight of the splendid Kleber hotel right in the centre of the “Golden Triangle” that the Eiffel Tower and the Trocadéro place, the Champs Elysées avenue, and the Arc de Triomphe form.

This hotel is perfect for people on a work seminar in Paris, for example, since there are several conference rooms entirely equipped, and it is possible to book one of the two dining rooms for a seminar, a business lunch, or a cocktail party. Thanks to its location, you can clear your mind by visiting the wonders of Paris that are very near this “Golden Triangle”.

All the rooms have been recently refurbished, but the decor is still in a Napoleonic style with period furniture and paintings, and magnificent woodwork. During the renovation, some rooms have been equipped with a hot tub; they are superb 183m² suites for two people. This way, you can also relax your body after a long day of visits or conferences.

For further information about the Kleber hotel, its services, prices, and availability, click here.