Brach Hotel is a skilful blend of well-being, culture, art, design and lifestyle

Timeless appeal and a modern take on luxury in Paris

Brach is an urban resort with an artistic and cosmopolitan spirit. The designer, Philippe Starck has combined avant-garde style, timeless appeal and a modern take on luxury. Brach is located in the 16th arrondissement, a less tourist-trodden arrondissement, known for its well-to-do residents, huge conference centres and proximity to the Bois de Boulogne. It is only 15 minutes by foot from Trocadero, one of the best viewing spots of the Eiffel Tower. The Brach hotel has become an item for Coolhunters.


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Brach hotel boasts 59 rooms and suites with terraces


The hotel boasts 59 rooms and suites with terraces, as well as welcoming lounges overlooking an outdoor environment treated with the utmost respect.

Each room is individually designed, and each one is informed by Starck’s casually eclectic vision. The furnishing is a clever mix of 1970s, mid-century and contemporary pieces.


Suites have furnished outdoor terraces with hot tubs and views of the Eiffel Tower


Suites have furnished outdoor terraces with hot tubs and views of the Eiffel Tower. Terraces are equipped with a Norwegian wood hot tub or jacuzzi.

The 1930s furniture and raw and natural materials are reminiscent of Brach’s modernist inspiration. Guests have exclusive use of a rooftop terrace and access to the rooftop vegetable garden.


The restaurant Brach, one of the city’s hottest tickets


The restaurant Brach, one of the city’s hottest tickets, run by executive chef Adam Bentalha is filled with life and light.

With Mediterranean-inspired menu, Bentalha has encouraged his team to be deft and bold. The cooking has strength, inventiveness and some delightfully unexpected touches.


Brach hotel offers a gym and fitness sports club


The hotel offers a gym and fitness sports club, designed like a 1930s boxing club, open to use for guests, spanning everything from Pilates to English boxing.

There is a whirlpool bath, 22-meter pool, steam room and sauna for those wishing to relax, a Himalayan salt cave, Hammam, sauna and a barbershop.

The gym area also has its own healthy bar, offering smoothies and protein shakes.

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The hotel boasts 59 rooms and suites with terraces, as well as welcoming lounges overlooking an outdoor environment treated with the utmost respect.

Each room is individually designed, and each one is informed by Starck’s casually eclectic vision. The furnishing is a clever mix of 1970s, mid-century and contemporary pieces.


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Suites have furnished outdoor terraces with hot tubs and views of the Eiffel Tower. Terraces are equipped with a Norwegian wood hot tub or jacuzzi.

The 1930s furniture and raw and natural materials are reminiscent of Brach’s modernist inspiration. Guests have exclusive use of a rooftop terrace and access to the rooftop vegetable garden.


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The restaurant Brach, one of the city’s hottest tickets, run by executive chef Adam Bentalha is filled with life and light.

With Mediterranean-inspired menu, Bentalha has encouraged his team to be deft and bold. The cooking has strength, inventiveness and some delightfully unexpected touches.


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The hotel offers a gym and fitness sports club, designed like a 1930s boxing club, open to use for guests, spanning everything from Pilates to English boxing.

There is a whirlpool bath, 22-meter pool, steam room and sauna for those wishing to relax, a Himalayan salt cave, Hammam, sauna and a barbershop.

The gym area also has its own healthy bar, offering smoothies and protein shakes.

Some details of the experience.

Transportation: A private chauffeur drives from the airport to the hotel and back to the airport at the end of the visit.

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