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Anyone Would Be Proud To Live in The Charming Hôtel de Ferriot

By Victor Baker


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Hôtel de Ferriot

Coming to us from the same era as the marvelous Palais Garnier, the Place de la Concorde and the Trocadéro, the elegant Hôtel de Ferriot is one of the most beautiful properties in Paris. Built back in 1870, this was initially meant to be a private mansion, close to the Quais de Seine and Ile Saint Louis, but nowadays it’s a luxurious townhouse which only the most sophisticated people will get to enjoy.

A magical piece of heritage from France’s Second Empire, Hôtel de Ferriot has been preserved only to impress future generations, impressing everyone over 900 square meters of class and style. The ground level entrance features a carriage porch, leading to a charming courtyard and a corps de logis, and the beautiful main building covers three floors, with the first floor being completely dedicated to reception rooms right now.

Hôtel de Ferriot

The Main Lounge shows off luxurious paneling, cornices and murals reminiscent of the lovely Régence period of French history, while the second lounge comes with a poolroom and an adjoining Fontainebleau-style courtyard complemented by a fully-equipped kitchen.

The Hôtel de Ferriot also features a wonderful area for relaxation and aquatic delights, with a sun-lit swimming pool, a Turkish bath and a fitness suite, and even more interesting, there’s a car lift on site which allows parking up to three cars right under the main courtyard.

There’s more to be enjoyed, such as a spacious owners’ suite, with a private terrace, not to mention the elegant cathedral library, where guests may savor the Victorian calm while the fire and the little lounge get them in a Zen-like mood.

You could call this lavish boutique hotel in the heart of Paris your new home for exactly €25,000,000, which is not too much if you ask us.

Hôtel de Ferriot


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About Victor Baker

Victor is our go-to associate editor for anything with four wheels – and more! With over a decade of experience in automotive journalism, his expertise spans from classic cars to the latest in electric vehicle technology. Beyond vehicles, he has broadened his editorial reach to cover a wide range of topics, from technology and travel to lifestyle and environmental issues. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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