Hotel Duc De Saint-Simon Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This classic boutique hotel with Parisian decor is historic and romantic, attracting guests of a certain age, with a certain budget -- it is said to be the hotel of choice for Lauren Bacall when visiting Paris. The property is split by an outdoor terrace, and has a labyrinth feel on the inside with a series of small lounge areas. Head downstairs to the underground cave for breakfast or cocktails, and marvel at the oil paintings and Persian rugs.

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 This classic boutique hotel with Parisian decor is historic and romantic, attracting guests of a certain age, with a certain budget -- it is said to be the hotel of choice for Lauren Bacall when visiting Paris. The property is split by an outdoor terrace, and has a labyrinth feel on the inside with a series of small lounge areas. Head downstairs to the underground cave for breakfast or cocktails, and marvel at the oil paintings and Persian rugs.
The "city of light" offers one of the liveliest nightlife scenes in Europe, with last call just before 5 a.m. at most places. Visitors can join locals in dive bars, experience the Moulin Rouge, or dance the night away at an ultra-chic club -- the options are endless (and often expensive). Thankfully choosing your nightly entertainment is made easier courtesy of your hotel: Some of the best abodes in the city have excellent on-site bars and restaurants perfect for cheers-ing your Parisian vacation. Here are some of our favorite spots to sip the night away: This chic, modern boutique hotel speaks well to its ideal location in the fashionable 1st Arrondissement. The hip lobby has funky chandeliers and furniture -- including some Philippe Starck-inspired chairs -- and a posh vibe pervades spaces decked out with rich fabrics, subdued color schemes, and luxe accents. The stylish restaurant and bar, Oscars, serves Italian fusion cuisine from celebrated chef Dominique Rubaud and delicious cocktails in a sumptuous space. Located in the heart of the Golden Triangle, this beautiful 18th century building features a trendy (and expensive) restaurant, along with the popular American Legion Lounge that draws guests and locals alike. Drinkers and diners can spill out into the space's chic indoor courtyard, which has a retractable roof and vertical garden designed by Patrick Blanc. This upscale boutique in the 8th arrondissement features attractive, Art Deco-inspired decor with crystal chandeliers, plush red couches, and crown moldings in the hotel bar. A well-curated use of antiques and rich fabrics gives the space a lush feel, while a heavy boudoir theme inspires whispered conversations over cocktails. Located in the upscale, historic Place de Vosges -- the oldest planned square in Paris, built by Henri IV starting in 1605 -- the elegant Pavillon de la Reine exudes a quintessentially Parisian elegance and charm. It seems especially easy to take a step back in time in the cozy and sophisticated honesty bar in the lobby, which features a fireplace and library. This fun, music-themed boutique -- it is aptly located next to the Olympia Music Hall -- offers colorful, interesting decor for a good value in the 9th arrondissement. The funky clientele the hotel attracts will be sure to enjoy the bar (which also doubles as the hotel's breakfast space in the mornings), where cocktails are served nightly. A beacon of style on an otherwise quiet and nondescript street near L'Arc de Triomphe, this hotel pays homage to pop culture with black-and-white photography lining the walls and funky chandeliers dangling form the ceiling. In the evening, Mon Restaurant/Bar transforms into a posh place for a drink. Candles are lit and lounge music plays to silent black-and-white films on a giant screen, creating a cool vibe for pre- or post-dinner cocktails. Tucked away on a quaint side street, this intimate hotel focuses on environmentally-friendly practices while maintaining an effortlessly chic atmosphere. The small but stylish bar serves cocktails and tapas in the evenings (during the day the space is helmed by a well-caffeinated barista). It's a great spot for pre-dinner drinks and appetizers. An adults-only property with a playful romantic vibe, The Five Hotel has ultra-modern and funky decor in the lobby and bar -- known as the "Love Capsule." Geared towards couples and decked out in vibrant reds and blacks, the space has soft-core erotica books out for perusal and rose petals strewn about the couches. It's whimsical, if a bit heavy handed, and overall a unique place to get a drink and get in the mood. This classic boutique hotel with Parisian decor is historic and romantic, attracting guests of a certain age, with a certain budget -- it is said to be the hotel of choice for Lauren Bacall when visiting Paris. The property is split by an outdoor terrace, and has a labyrinth feel on the inside with a series of small lounge areas. Head downstairs to the underground cave for breakfast or cocktails, and marvel at the oil paintings and Persian rugs.
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