About MGallery Molitor, Paris
Originally opened in 1929, the Molitor hotel in Paris was “the” place to be in the ’60s with its indoor and outdoor swimming pools, gala events and avant-garde atmosphere. When it closed in1989, it was classified as a historic monument. It then became a haven for artists who turned the immense dilapidated building into a temple of urban art, at the heart of the Parisian underground. After a thorough restoration, the Molitor opened again in May 2014 in the
same architectural spirit of the past. Each one of the 124 5-star rooms overlooks the outdoor pool; they are an invitation to discovery and relaxation. While you are at the Molitor, enjoy the tranquil atmosphere of the Spa by Clarins, take a swim in one of the pools or sip a cocktail at the rooftop bar. The hotel’s restaurant features delicious, savoury dishes prepared by France’s finest chefs. Audacious and ever-changing, the Molitor has always welcomed those looking to experience life’s exceptional moments. The passage of such people has given the Molitor a soul and created a heritage that begs to be
Situated close to the shopping areas of Auteuil and Passy and right next to Roland Garros, the Parc des Princes and the Bois de Boulogne, the
Molitor Hotel is situated in one of the pleasantest areas of Paris and only 20 minutes from the Eiffel Tower and the Arc de Triomphe.