“We want guests to wake up in the morning, look around their room, and really feel like they are in Paris!” says Ori Kafri, cofounder of luxury boutique hotel group J. K. Place, of the latest addition to the company’s portfolio. It is also its first outside Italy. “Paris is the capital of Europe in terms of fashion, art, and luxury, so it was the logical next step for us.” Located on the Left Bank in a renovated former European consulate just steps from the Musée d’Orsay, the 30-room hotel was designed by Florence-based architect Michele Bönan with bespoke Italian furniture as well as objets d’art and antiques sourced from storied Paris flea markets such as the Marché aux Puces de Saint-Ouen. Each room is uniquely decorated, but J. K. Place upholds its dedication to timeless luxury with a layered, sumptuous aesthetic more akin to that of a lavish home than a hotel. Amenities include an indoor pool, Sisley spa, and the third location of the Casa Tua restaurant. Très bon, indeed.