Stroll idyllic Parisian streets, marvel at iconic sights such as the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre whilst sipping on champagne, stocking up on macarons and enjoying the company of that special someone. We’ve found some of our favourite hotels in Paris, that all include an in-room Jacuzzi for a romantic weekend to remember.
Romantic Paris hotels with sexy in-room Jacuzzis
An authentically Parisian hotel with a private Jacuzzi in The Latin Quarter
To take your trip to that next level, check into a Junior Suite with a Jacuzzi. Located on the top floor of the hotel with massive period beams, exposed stonework and parquet flooring, the Jacuzzi and Italian-style shower open on the living room.
Enjoy traditional Italian cuisine in the hotel’s brasserie-style cafe/restaurant, divided into three areas and spread over two levels.
Hotel Europe Saint Severin
A 5-star historic hotel in Paris with an in-room Jacuzzi
Sleek and sophisticated, the hotel’s bedrooms are sprawling compared to the usual size in Paris. Best of all, the bedrooms in this opulent Paris hotel come with private deep Jacuzzi baths with integrated TVs for that extra touch of luxury.
Enjoy a romantic dinner at the panoramic rooftop restaurant Oiseau Blanc, serving contemporary French haute cuisine. The roof terrace bar – decked out with plush, all-white sofas – is the ideal spot for an expertly-made cocktail with a view.
The hotel is home to the longest hotel pool in Paris (20m), plus two Jacuzzis and hammam-style relaxation rooms complete with dry saunas and aromatic steam showers. The spa pays tribute to the company’s Asian roots with Eastern-inspired therapies, a tea lounge, and a dedicated healthy menu for after-treatment snacks.
The Peninsula Paris
A luxury boutique hotel in Paris with a private Jacuzzi
Treat yourselves to the Jacuzzi Suite at the Lumen Paris Louvre and enjoy a luxurious city break in an intimate boutique hotel. Order yourselves a bottle of Champagne, crack open a box of Ladurée’s finest, and simply relax amongst the bubbles.
The room also features a Nespresso machine, free WiFi, a flat screen TV and incredibly luxurious Hermès® toiletries.
Downstairs you’ll find the Lumen Restaurant with a sunny outdoor terrace and floor to ceiling windows making it light and airy all year round. The food is delicious, seasonal, and a fusion of French, Italian, and Japanese cuisine. An interesting mix, but once you’ve tried the green tea tiramisu, fresh fish pasta and succulent meat dishes you’ll be converted for life!
Hotel Lumen Paris Louvre
A rooftop hot tub in the city of love
There are few places more exclusive than the White Suite or Silver Suite of the Hotel Félicien by Elegancia for a weekend spiked with romance in Paris. A staircase leads to your private roof terrace where you’ll find your own outdoor hot tub, to bathe under the stars.
The hotel is designed by famous Parisian couturier, Olivier Lapidus who used his exceptional talent to create a hotel that straddles the worlds of fashion and interior design. You’ll find luxury minimalism infused with clean lines, striking silhouettes and a fierce attention to detail.
Spend your days exploring the delights of Paris before coming back and relaxing in the hotel’s spa. Featuring an indoor swimming pool and sauna, the spa also offers a range of treatments and massages, so you can completely de-stress.
Hotel Félicien by Elegancia
Cosy up in a Paris hotel with a Jacuzzi and a fireplace in your room
Cosset yourselves in the Lovez-vouz suite for the ultimate romantic break in Paris. The large round bed sits directly infront of a modern fireplace and the suite also includes it’s own Jacuzzi!
The hotel boasts a variety of suites and designer rooms all of which boast an individual style and emphasize the high-design quality of the interiors.
Downstairs you’ll find a relaxing patio, elegantly furnished with comfortable rattan seating, for you to enjoy a morning coffee or a nightcap after a long day of exploring Paris.
Seven Hotel Paris
A hotel room with a Jacuzzi in the centre of Paris’s party district
This Rococo style four-star hotel in Montmartre is the perfect place for a romantic break in the beating heart of Paris. Dance ‘til dawn before returning home to your suite fit for royalty.
Check into a Junior suite and enjoy grand surroundings, including a cosy fireplace, a Jacuzzi for taking a romantic bath, plus incredible views over the Montmartre district or the Sacre Coeur cathedral.
The hotel is just around the corner from the famous Moulin Rouge dance hall, and is known for having played host to numerous celebrity guests, including Picasso and Toulouse Lautrec.
Hotel Villa Royale
A romantic boutique hotel in Paris with a Jacuzzi on terrace
Opt for the Romantic Suite with Private Jacuzzi, for the ultimate luxury stay. The room is nestled above the famous Luxembourg Gardens and comprises a spacious room and lounge, plus an outdoor terrace with its own hot tub.
Fragranced with essential oils, and featuring Isabelle Emmerique artwork, you’ll enter to find rose petals strewn across the bed, setting the tone for your romantic stay. Book yourselves an in-room massage to fully relax and de-stress.
Downstairs you’ll find the Love Capsule, this is the lounge bar where lovers can meet for a drink and unwind. Coated in crimson and featuring curved furniture and soft lighting, the welcoming Honesty Bar is the perfect spot to relax in the evenings after a day of taking in the sights.
The Five Hotel
A central Paris hotel with a Jacuzzi for pure romance
A Balneo room at the Apostrophe Hotel, includes its own whirlpool spa bath equipped with powerful jets and chromotherapy (colour change settings), for your private enjoyment. Each room has its own individual décor and there are 5 rooms featuring their own Jacuzzi.
Stroll hand in hand through the beautiful Luxembourg Garden near the Apostrophe Hotel and order a hot chocolate in one of the two outdoor cafe gardens. After a romantic day full of togetherness, come home to run your own Jacuzzi bath.
The Apostrophe hotel is set in Montparnasse an area known for its artists, poets and writers. Over the years Hemingway, Henry Miller, Picasso, Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir and many more, have all graced its pavements, and enjoyed its array of typical cafes and grand brasseries.