The Hoxton hotel review - Paris, France
Several years in the making, the Paris edition of The Hoxton has finally swung open its doors, marking the fourth property for the burgeoning hotel group.
Set over six buildings – including a listed 18th century hôtel particulier – CEO Sharan Pasricha and his team have transformed the crumbling site into a chic Parisian bolthole with a dash of signature East London flair. Monaco-based Humbert & Poyet have dressed the 172 guestrooms with local accents such as Jean Prouvé furniture, while the outdoor patio, speakeasy bar and Rivié brasserie have – like the previous properties – been kitted out by London-based Soho House group with its signature shabby chic aesthetic.
Here, executive chef Ross Clarke serves up an all-day menu of French inspired dishes along with crowd-pleasing Hoxton classics such as mac and cheese or truffle fries. Of course, in true Hoxton style, the buzzing lobby is where you will find most of the hotel’s action.