Hotel Molitor Paris

At a glance

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel spa

    The city spa has a spectacular range of facilities and spa treatments, and is famed as the home of Clarins and for its beautiful pools.

  • Location

    Location

    Just two minutes from the périphérique (Paris ring road), the hotel provides easy access to Charles de Gaulle Airport, 45 minutes away.

  • Local attractions

    Attractions

    From the bustling Champs-Élysées to the more intimate Montmartre, you can never get bored in Paris.

  • Romantic

    Romantic

    Five star luxury in the heart of Paris is a recipe for romance.

Location

Hotel Molitor Paris

13 Rue Nungesser et Coli 75016 Paris France

Spa & Leisure

Famed as the place where the bikini had its first outing, and where luxury skincare brand Clarins began, the spa at Hotel Molitor Paris is no stranger to fashion and innovation. With a whirlpool in a private suite, an indoor heated pool, outdoor heated pool, relaxation area, sauna, steam room and a gym, it also has a wealth of leisure facilities available and classes such as yoga and boxing available.

When it comes to treatments, only Clarins will do, offering a wide selection of face and body therapies with decadence and results at their heart. There are 13 treatment rooms, including the aforementioned private suite, and two dual treatment rooms, while additional facilities include a hair salon and beauty area.

Hotel & Accommodation

Since the 1930s the Molitor has been the place to be in Paris, and having reopened in 2014 under the banner of the luxurious Sofitel brand, it continues to shine in a whole new light. A retreat from the urban buzz, the hotel is spectacularly located to enjoy the best that this romantic city has to offer, while inside the rooms are cool, calm and contemporary as well as achingly chic.

Food is one of the great joys of being in France, and accordingly the gourmet restaurant is a tempting affair featuring French cuisine with a modern twist. Meanwhile, the roof terrace offers cocktails and light bites from May to September; a chance to watch the sun set over Paris.