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For the 40+ people that have lived in Paris in their childhood, the name Molitor rhymes with swimming pool, sunny days and first flirts. For the younger ones, the name evokes an artist squat, and abandoned building covered in graffiti. But since summer 2014, the Molitor has become a 5 star hotel combining the best of both periods: 2 big swimming pools and an impressive constantly changing modern art collection. Enjoy! Parisianist.

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About this place

13 Rue Nungesser et Coli, 75016 Paris
Line 9 - Michael Ange Molitor Line 10 - Porte d'Auteuil

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Rooms & Amenities

The Molitor has 124 rooms including 20 suites, all with views on the large outdoor iconic swimming pool. The classic rooms are quite spacious (21 to 25m² / 225 to 270 sqft), the deluxe rooms slightly bigger and the 3 types of suites vary from 30m² to 60m² (320 to 645 sqft)

The cost for a night in a classic room is around €300

The uncluttered and modern rooms offer the impression of staying outside of Paris, as if being at a beachside resort with pool view.

Bars & Restaurants

The Restaurant: in a decor combining the original 1929 building and very modern furniture, the restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner (brunch on Sundays) at very reasonable prices (approx. 25€)

The Bar: Trendy and elegant, the bar is located between the 2 pools and offers not only signature cocktails, but also detox drinks and a snack menu.

The Terrace: Open to all, this area was designed with the aspect of a suspended garden in mind and is a great place to have a drink or a snack (grill, salads) while admiring the Bois de Boulogne and the Eiffel Tower

The Mezzanine: A menu of healthy light dishes which can be enjoyed at pool side 


The pools: the summer pool, outdoors, is 46m (150ft) long and is heated at a temperature of 28° all year long. The winter pool, indoors, is also heated and is 33m (108ft) long. The pools are reserved to clients of the hotel and sports club members only.

The spa: Managed by Clarins, this 1700m² (18,300sqft) area is perfect for relaxation. Steam rooms, saunas, resting places, a library and a tea bar are there for your pleasure. The Molitor also has an in-house barber and hair dresser.

The fitness room: 3 perfectly equipped large rooms are dedicated to fitness.

La Manufacture is a surprising area in the hotel’s basement, under the lobby area. The walls of this hall have been decorated by several artists, including one that carved the walls with a pneumatic drill!


In 1929, Piscine Molitor (Molitor pool) opens its doors and becomes a favorite spot for the inhabitants of the 16th arrondissement. This high society hangout was the place to be, and special events such as bikini fashion shows and galas took place next to the pool. In 1989, the pool closed its doors and the posh people made way to street artists that use it as a squat, covering the whole abandoned building with graffiti. In 2014, the temple of the Parisian artistic underground reopened its doors as a 5 star hotel. The managers (Accor group) tried to keep both sides of the history of the building, mixing luxury comfort with daring and surprising décor and design. Some of the old Art Deco furniture was bought from an old lady on a second hand market and are scattered here and there in the hotel. The concept is a very daring one as modern art might not please everyone, but anyone that wants to spend a few nights in a totally unique and interesting hotel will love the Molitor hotel, even if it is quite far away from the city center.

Parisianist Fun Fact: the décor elements inside the rooms are for sale. The money is then given in its integrity to the artist.

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