Les Bains in the third arrondissement has been a Paris institution for more than 130 years. First opened as a private bathhouse or bohemians of the time, including novelist Marcel Proust, it later transformed into a famed nightclub, which was Paris’s answer to Studio 54. Over the years, the likes of Andy Warhol, Mick Jagger, and David Bowie crossed the nightclub doors’ threshold. After Les Bains was forced to shut down two decades later, it was scooped up by filmmaker Jean-Pierre Marois, who inherited the space from his father, professor Maurice Marois. Marois restored the space to its former glory, adding a 39-room hotel to the space in the process. Keep scrolling for a tour of the über-cool brand-new Les Bains hotel in Paris.
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