10 trendy places to visit in Paris in 2022

Paris is always in fashion, but now there are more reasons than ever to return to the City of Lights. From a range of new luxury hotels, to a brand new Soho House, to bistros and bars more trendy than you can wave a checkered tablecloth, here are ten hot spots for your 2022 Parisian bucket list.

Bulgari and Cheval Blanc Hotel Paris

Being the talk of the city in Paris is no small feat – doing it twice a year is unheard of. Unless you’re LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, of course. In September, the Parisian luxury hotel conglomerate launched its highly anticipated Cheval Blanc Paris and, less than three months later, added France’s first Bulgari hotel to the mix. Located in a magnificent Art Deco building overlooking the Seine and the Pont Neuf, Cheval Blanc is the most chic and impeccable new urban refuge in Paris. Dressed in a sophisticated palette of white, beige and gold, it houses 26 rooms, 46 suites, four restaurants and a dream Dior Spa.

Meanwhile, December has never been so hot in Paris, as the month started with the opening of Bulgari Paris Hotel in the elegant avenue George V. The intimate property sets itself apart from other great Parisian ladies by its bold and contemporary Italian design and a standard of understated but uncompromising elegance and discretion. Other highlights include the 10,000 square foot Bulgari Penthouse with its own private roof garden, 76 luxurious rooms and suites imbued with Italian style and breathtaking 360 ° views, the Italian restaurant contemporary Il Ristorante – Niko Romito and an oversized spa with an 80 foot swimming pool.

Early June

Located in the very trendy district of Canal Saint-Martin, Early June has quickly become one of the city’s most popular tickets for foodies and wine connoisseurs. This relaxed natural wine bar hosts pop-ups from traveling chefs from around the world. They serve small, creative dishes to share to accompany natural wines, craft beers and ciders lovingly selected by owners Camille Machet and Victor Vautier. Early June accepts entrees or reservations for tables of four or more, so be sure to arrive early to avoid disappointment.

Soho Paris House

No one is as trendy as Soho House and the London-based private club’s new Paris outpost is no exception. Located in the old red light district of Pigalle, in a 19th century building that once housed Jean Cocteau’s family, Soho Paris House offers members spaces for eating and drinking, as well as a gym, a courtyard garden and a pool terrace, a Moulin Rouge-inspired red velvet cabaret room and 36 bedrooms. Spread over five floors, Soho House Paris marries traditional French design with a more contemporary Art Deco touch, using a mix of vintage furniture and bespoke pieces. Needless to say it is the meeting place of folk and creative Parisian media at the moment.

Le Comptoir du Ritz Paris

The Ritz Paris is no stranger to decadence and its last opening is timely. The counter brings you all the emblematic atmosphere of the Ritz Paris in a space dedicated to the breathtaking and tempting creations of its Pastry Chef, François Perret. This new pastry shop invites you to satisfy your interior gourmet in a bright and luminous space with a bohemian crystal light fixture representing the curved silhouette of a giant madeleine. Take your order at the Click & Collect counter or take a seat on the 20-foot-long leather bench seat and watch the ballet of customers, chefs and pastry chefs pass by.


Sexy, sultry and sinful (the clue is in the name), Sinner is the most alluring five-star boutique hotel in Paris. Dubbed “offbeat luxury,” the mix of unorthodox religious imagery and dark sensuality will intrigue you as soon as you step into the dark candlelit lobby. Guests who don’t stay overnight can still enjoy the action at Sinner’s intimate Asian and Latin American inspired restaurant. Smoke rises in the dining room as waiters in cassocks ceremoniously deliver delicious morsels, dish after dish, from crispy rice with spicy red tuna to succulent lamb chops with chimichurri sauce.


Imagine: a beautiful winter day in Paris, sipping wine on a sunny terrace while enjoying a breathtaking view of the Seine and the Eiffel Tower. This is exactly what FOREST—The new Middle Eastern inspired restaurant at the Musée d’Art Moderne de Paris — offers. Add delicious platters of seasonal dishes like roasted red beet carpaccio with wild trout roe, capers and fresh thyme, or minced duck duck breast, roasted carrots, white miso and walnuts, and it’s no wonder that Parisians line up to grab a table here on sunny weekend afternoons.

Kimpton Saint-Honore

In a city renowned for its rather rigid approach to luxury, the new Kimpton Saint-Honore is like a breath of fresh air. Housed in an Art Nouveau building built in 1917 as a luxury department store, this latest addition to the luxury Parisian hotel industry includes 149 rooms, a spa with an indoor swimming pool, a Californian-inspired restaurant, a rooftop bar with a breathtaking view of Paris and, last but not least, this decor and this resolutely atmosphere. contemporaries of Kimpton. “No-frills luxury” is the name of the game here and that means throwing out rigid standards and elitist attitudes out the window. Finally !


Located right next to the Grands Boulevards, a stone close to the Opéra Garnier, Pet is both a boutique hotel and a trendy meeting place. The real draw here is the food market, with DJs, a seafood bar, cheese and cold cuts platters, and a pancake stand (Of course!). It’s laid back, it’s fun and it’s affordable, it’s not an easy balance to find in these areas. Better yet, if you overdo it on the oysters, you can settle into one of the 63 beautifully designed bedrooms upstairs. The L’Arrache-CÅ“ur attic suite (inspired by the world of French writer Boris Vian) includes a library filled with books, a vinyl record player and views of the opera house.

Dubillot Brewery

Modern versions of classic breweries are very fashionable in France and nowhere more than Dubillot Brewery. Located in one of the oldest streets in Paris, the old seedy rue Saint-Denis, this brightly colored, high-energy spot was impeccably designed by architects B3 Designers and Dorénavant Studio. Slip into one of the intimate cabins with their orange leather banquettes and get ready to immerse yourself in French classics, from decadent pie to steak tartare and melt-in-the-mouth grilled sausage with all the trimmings.

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