Graced with design that has depth and texture often lost at hotels embracing minimalism, Hôtel de Nell’s tranquil, understated interiors are typically “parisian”—but with added sophistication of a contemporary boutique hotel.
Our favourite space at de Nell is La Régalade Conservatoire restaurant, a quintessentially Parisian bistro.
Close enough to theatres and the famous shopping department stores, de Nell has a postcard-worthy location, and its excellent restaurant draws a food-savvy local crowd.
We loved the evening turndown chocolates from nearby À la Mère de Famille, a confectioner shop founded in 1761 (!)
De Nell’s interiors carry a good balance of traditional references and modern design. The classic building is like a canvass for the pared-down, informal elegance of de Nell’s calm, uncluttered rooms.
De Nell has a great location in the heart of Paris’ 9th arrondissement, a cool, less touristy neighbourhood—but only a short walk to the Grands Magasins of Boulevard Haussmann