Paris’ newest boutique hotels are gunning for a homey atmosphere — but also with strong neighborhood favor. In the hip Marais area, the four-star Hôtel du Petit-Moulin, designed by Christian Lacroix, features 17 apartment-like rooms, priced from 180 to 350 euros ($235 to $455 at current exchange). The 31-room Hôtel Esprit, in the heart of Saint-Germain, offers a 24-hour open bar in the lobby (included in the room price), a hammam and a contemporary decor accented with 18th-century details. Rooms run from 260 euros ($338) to 785 euros ($1,022) for a suite with rooftop views. Meanwhile, the new 30-room Hôtel Daniel off the Champs-Elysées features 26 rooms and a family atmosphere, albeit a well-traveled one. While the rooms are decorated with exotic objects from all over the world, the four-star inn mixes a baroque boudoir atmosphere for the lounge and a Chinese garden feeling in the bar-restaurant. Prices range from 320 euros to 690 euros ($415-$900).

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