autumn 2023

Hotel Pilgrim is a contemporary place in an extremely old neighborhood.

Its dark facade stands out amongst the neighboring Haussmann-style buildings.
Inside, exposed concrete evokes the walls of a contemporary art gallery or the home of an art collector.
However, the Hotel Pilgrim’s style is actually inspired by the aesthetic universe of the 1970’s, that creative golden age, evoked in a play of materials with Bohemian overtones.

The Hotel Pilgrim




Developed in four color moods, a stay in one of Hotel Pilgrim’s 53 rooms offers a different experience of Paris by immersing you in a creative, multi-cultural neighborhood that came alive in the 1970’s.






Here the most diametrically opposed strata of history co-exist, we can pass from one millennium to another by simply wandering down what appears to be a non-descript street. In this neighborhood, more than elsewhere, it seems natural to contemplate the silhouette of a 13th century Cistercian college (College des Bernardins) from your exposed concrete hotel room on the rue de Poissy.
This architectural diversity is proof of the neighborhood’s little-known eclecticism.

Of course, the 5th arrondissement is also the setting for what is most quintessential about Paris and what Americans dream of: Paris as a village with its miniscule cobblestoned squares, hundred-year-old shops, bakeries, cheese stores and café terraces frequented by the neighborhood’s literary inhabitants.
But it is also a neighborhood that stands out thanks to its openness to the world in an arrondissement that is fascinated by every culture.
This cosmopolitan attitude is an integral part of the neighborhood’s identity.




Panoramic view




Between bubbles and the aromas of essential oils, the Hotel Pilgrim’s well-being area is a soothing invitation to relax after a long voyage.
Swimming pool, hammam, massages or even yoga classes, the hotel’s basement includes a selection of services that revolve around relaxation.



Thanks to its architecture, location and style, Hotel Pilgrim is part of the eclectic 5th arrondissement so what could be more natural than discovering its surrounding environment by taking advantage of the view from its terrace?

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