Breakfast is everything at Hotel Flanelles. Homemade muesli, coffee fresh out the Belleville roaster, cheeses ripened by our dear neighbor on Rue Poncelet (more info about it here), homey flavours settle in between 7am and 1pm every morning in the living room. Each produce is carefully selected and available all day long : for late risers, round-the-world travelers or just those who fancy, breakfast is served until 6pm in your room.
Basking in the warmth of the steam room when Paris is asleep, enjoying a breakfast in the afternoon, having the freedom to make yourself a coffee any time of the day or night… The serenity of life at hotel Flanelles won the heart of our guest Peggy from Peggyloves.com. Peggy remembers her Parisian escapade as a visit to her holiday home: peaceful and sweet. Check out her blog here.
In the heart of Paris frenziness, Hotel Flanelles offers a cocoon of serenity : three well-being spaces designed to lift your spirits, be pampered and take time for yourself. To fully enjoy the tranquility of the place, each space can be privatised on request. La Maison Codage proposes customised cosmetic treatments, every day, at any time. It is – according to us – the best recipe to discover Paris at your own pace.
Enjoy a one-night stay for two guests with breakfast included in our hotel with @jo-yana’s giveaway ! Head to his last Instagram post to enter the giveaway. We can’t wait to have you in our parisian cocoon. The giveway ends on september 29th of 2019, good luck ! Flanelles’ team
Flanelles is surrounded by picturesque sights and must-do attractions. Yet leaving the comfort behind and making it out might be harder than expected. Far from the hectic city rhythm, our guests took advantage of their stay to be pampered : intimate heat bath experience and good vibes from the salt wall. For aperitivo, a cocktail making activity, the perfect recipe to end a lovely day. It will be a challenge to leave ! Prizzed unveil
Gili Biegun discovered the Hotel Flanelles at the Paris Haute Couture AW1920 event. Journalist for Joys Magazine, Gili describes her stay the same way she would spectacular couture dresses. Flannel, tartan, tweed, denim or sailor’s stripes, each room has its own Parisian universe. Moved by the bespoke experience and attention to detail, Gili Biegun unveils her vision of Flannelless through her illustrated article. Have a look at it here.
Amy Marietta discovered the Flanelles during a Parisian escapade. Dinners, walks and the atmosphere of the city seduced her. Although the team really made Amy’s time here special. Open and sincere, our staff is the pearl of hotel Flanelles. The reason why guests come back whenever they pass by the city of light. Local recommendations or a smile, simple gestures are often what makes a stay unforgettable Learn more about her stay with us here.
‘A new vision for the hotel industry’, the author of the blog Les Bottines Rouge felt spoilt during her stay at Flanelles. Just like a weekend at your parent’s, pampered but also free to come and go. At home, meals set the pace for the day. At Flanelles they bend to your desires, they can be light or hearty, sweet or salty, always with high quality local produce. The coffee is out of the Belleville
If flannel is a fabric that evokes softness, the Flanelles is a hotel that inspires the art of relaxing This is what Lionel Desruelles felt, after his stay in the suite with balcony. Attentive to each and every detail, from the wellness area to the bathroom, the living room to the library, from the suite…to the nearby places surrounding the hotel, it is a beautiful escape that Lionel describes in his very immersive article, dedicated
Paris and its many facets are to be discovered depending on its neighborhoods. An asset that characterizes the hotel ? Its location! And this is certainly what facilitates the full Parisian experience of our guests. The hotel is situated in a capital landmark : the neighborhood of the Arc de Triomphe, and thus offers a central anchor, which is ideal to reach by foot, bicycle or train the city attractions. From iconic monuments to small