Meet the Parisian hotelier who spends sleepless nights ensuring that his guests have the opposite.
Adrien Gloaguen, the independent hotelier behind three of Paris’ most sought-after boutique hotels, knows that his reputation rests on whether his guests feel at home. In an industry that revolves around single-night stays in anonymous suites, he deliberately fosters a culture of warmth and familiarity. Each of his hotels boasts its own spin on creature comforts: from the snug reading room at Hôtel Paradis equipped with books and magazines to the little chocolates from the capital’s oldest chocolate factory found
Photograph: Jean-Marie Franceschi
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