Welcome to the Hotel Sofitel Scribe Paris, a luxury five-star hotel. Emblem of Parisian life, the Hotel Scribe Paris was in 1863 the home of the very aristocratic Jockey Club. Hotel of legend, the Sofitel Scribe was also the stage of modernity where the cinema was born on December, 28th 1895, then a favourite place for artists and celebrities such as Joséphine Baker. A long tradition of excellence in the art of living awaits you in this grand 19th-century building. In its elegant 195 rooms and 18 suites, its public and reception areas, come and write the contemporary chapters of the hotel's history.
The entire decoration is the work of the French decorator Jacques Grange. From the very entrance, with its checkered stone floors, fluted columns, and huge crystal chandeliers, visitors are immersed in elegance, stylishness, and light.
The spirit of a mansion prevails from the vast lobby to the décor of the 213 rooms with luxurious fabrics such as padded velvet, damask and taffeta. A cosy warmth emanates from the different areas, libraries or fireplaces, with a mix of styles like in old family homes where each occupant has left their trace.