Welcome to the Hotel Sookie


Like a private house, whose door you would push open for a night, a weekend or a week, Sookie spreads its good energy and its warm atmosphere in the image of its neighborhood: the Marais.

Simple and sophisticated at the same time, lively, vibrant, the hotel owes its name to the famous song Sookie Sookie by Grant Green - recorded in Newark in 1970. Located on rue Commines, a stone's throw from the Perrotin gallery, the Merci concept store and the Marché des Enfants Rouges, this charming, atypical establishment was entirely decorated by the Desjeux Delaye duo.

Faithful to the DNA of the place, they restore the soul of the past by playing on the mineral - the first floor is dressed in marbled white stone and bamboo, with a fireplace signed Rose Atelier - by inviting materials as well, such as linen, wood and the textured soft carpets in the rooms. Each element of the décor tells a story, a life story.

In the street, a Coffee Shop accommodates guests and local residents throughout the day to enjoy the quality products from morning until evening. The sitting room with its large Siena velvet seating area is an invitation to a timeless moment, for small talk or to put the world to rights in a familiar and well-kept setting.

Welcome to the best neighborhood in the world.

Welcome to the Sookie.



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