When they say, ‘no two rooms are alike’ at the charming Parisian boutique hotel, L’Hotel, they truly mean it. L'Hotel's rooms are so vastly different that they almost seem to belong to separate hotels, or even continents. As the hotel of choice and final residence of Oscar Wilde for many years, L’Hotel’s legendary “Oscar Wilde” room has been designed in a traditional English style, complete with the original letters from the L’Hotel staff urging Oscar to settle his hotel bill (which he unfortunately didn’t live to do). Our favourite room, however, is the “Barroco” room which is richly furnished in an Italian Baroque style, and the “Pagode” suite with sumptuous Japanese antiques and intricate furnishings. All of this is carried off with a charm and a mastery that gives L’Hotel a sophisticated sense of charm and personality. The hotel’s restaurant serves remarkable food, French yet surprisingly modern and light, and is as popular with local Parisians as the bar is with celebrities. L'Hotel's cocktail bar is also a stylish yet quiet local haven for delectable cocktails. Located in St. Germain-des-Prés, the heart of Paris’ Rive Gauche, L'Hotel is within easy reach of the Ecole des Beaux Arts and innumerable art galleries, cafés, and boutiques.