For a stay full of Parisian quirks, visit Hotel Edgar at 31 rue d’Alexandrie, formerly a convent and a workshop, it’s now a charming art-filled hotel.
With each of the rooms designed by a different creator, ranging from set designers to photographers, all friends of the owners, you’re guaranteed a unique and stylish stay at Hotel Edgar, Paris. Built to evoke a plethora of emotion, you can stay in a ‘Dream’ room, sweetly nostalgic, ‘Ma Nuit’ reminiscent of a moonlight evening or even ‘Lala Salama’ a room created in homage to Masai Mara Game Reserve. Situated on a romantic square, it’s all rather Amelie and although that’s a tired French cliché, you can imagine all sorts of cinematic scenes being shot here.
For those tired of chain hotels with lamps bolted to the tables and plastic kettles, Hotel Edgar is the perfect getaway with personal touches, endless creativity and a refreshing vibe. Complete with it’s own seafood restaurant, visitors and Parisians alike flock to this wonderfully quiet corner of Paris to relax.