A room at L'Hotel, Paris

A quirkily chic hotel in the St-Germain district of Paris

The atrium of L'Hotel, Paris
A room at L'Hotel, Paris
A room at L'Hotel, Paris
The flop house where Oscar Wilde died in 1900 is no more. (His parting words were "Either this wallpaper goes or I do.")

Today, the French actor/owner of L'Hotel has arranged the whole thing as a kind of velvet and pink marble monument to curves.

The funky, luxurious (but not large) rooms open onto a round central courtyard about 20 feet across, skylit, and with a fountain.

Everything is done in good taste with furnishings from Louis XV and Empire styles to art nouveau.

At the off-season rates, this hotel is definitely worth the money.

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