Located in Paris' hippest neighborhood, Hotel Les Bains is a magnet for chic jet-setters and design-minded individuals. A former 19th-century bathhouse which was frequented by Proust, Hotel Les Bains offers 39 uniquely appointed rooms and suites that are crafted with precious woods, white marble, Gainsbourienne carpet and custom furniture such as a Warhol-esque replica sofa. Some of the spacious digs have south-facing balconies and they all include extra touches such as a Marshall MP3 docking station connectable to any high-tech device, a library featuring multilingual works, Zenith showers, heated floors and beauty products by Le Labo.
Les Bains offers 13 classic rooms and three executive rooms that feature a queen-size bed, five superior rooms and 10 deluxe rooms with a king-size bed, three junior suites with a king bed, a suite with a queen size bed and an impressive Les Bains suite that includes a living room, kitchen and an enormous terrace.
Hotel Les Bains is unique from many hotels in Paris in that it offers a plethora of communal spaces for guests to congregate in the form of a bar, restaurant, exclusive club, two courtyards and a Salon Chinois study-lounge that features a fully-stocked Honesty Bar for hotel guests. The breathtaking Salle-A-Manger, the hotel's chic neo-brasserie, will seduce you with its domed ceilings and rotundas, bathed in hues of crimson with a checkered floor that gives off a refined, rock-n-roll vibe. The menu features enticing items as Galicean Octopus with Cuttlefish Ink Spaghetti, Lemongrass Sting Ray with Thai Pink Lentils and Lamb Meatballs with eggplant, zucchini, tomato and pine nuts.
If you are seeking a chill atmosphere with amazing music and hand-crafted cocktails, look no further than Le Bar Les Bains. Located on the ground floor of the hotel, Le Bar is the true heart of the establishment. Expect impossibly good looking patrons dressed to the nines in designer gear and leaning towards the mid to late twenties age range.
If you are really ready to funk it up, try your luck at the door at Le Club Les Bains where you will find various Djs mixing it up with nostalgic tunes and a new wave of established and emerging artists. Don't forget to check out the psychedelic swimming-pool which has always been a part of the club's colorful history. In Le Club's former life as Les Bains Douche, legendary icons Andy Warhol, Grace Jones, David Bowie, the Stones and countless others in the 70s could be found cutting it up on the dance floor until the wee hours.