Le Cinq Codet is a 5-star located in the very chic 7th Arrondissement, between the Eiffel Tower and the Invalides Museum. It is a place that one does not expect, a building dating back to the 30s, rare and surprising.
Like the bow of an ocean liner, its art-deco geometry stands out for its difference. Its lighted facade with pure lines contrasts with the majesty of the Invalides dome, quite near.
From its door, you can find several museums and shopping areas to stroll. Pick up the ambience of designer Jean-Phillipe Nuel and his Art Deco approach to the modern and contemporary elegance of each area of the establishment.
In a contemporary and understated style, owing to its white wood, opulent looking leather and warm colours, the designer, Jean Philippe Nuel, took advantage of the large volumes of a former telephone exchange to design 67 rooms and suites with exceptional volumes.
The lobby of Le Cinq Codet showcases high ceilings and works of art such as photographs taken by Jean-Pierre Porcher of Rodin masterpieces. Contemporary paintings are also on display by artist Caroline Touzet. This superb blending of classic with modern compels you to explore further and soak in the ambience. At the reception desk, you will find exceptional staff who are experienced in seamlessly serving you at this renowned hotel. This historic building features double glazed windows in 1930s style partitions, lavish curtains, bookshelves to enjoy, marble blocks, and a courtyard in the middle of the hotel itself.
An evening of jazz, an afterwork with reinvented cocktails, an exhibition...The Cinq Codet is one of these connected places where Parisian creation enjoys being discretely in the limelight, but with talent.
Parisians like to meet here in the relaxed and muted atmosphere of the restaurant, the bar or the patio. Modern and Parisian cuisine is available for food lovers and invites them to enjoy new experiences.