Hôtel des Galeries
The Hôtel des Galeries is a 23-room ode to modern aesthetics set in the city’s historic center. Indoors, it’s a whitewashed dream punctuated by Marimekko accent pillows and dramatic pops of color (fire red velvet curtains, foyers in vivid shades of green). The standout spaces are the bathrooms, lined with glossy, jewel-toned geometric tiles designed by the owner’s daughter, who also created the ceramic side tables in many of the rooms. And if those custom pieces don’t wow you, head up to the property’s mezzanine level, where you’ll find a kaleidoscope-like art installation by French conceptual artist Daniel Buren that was painstakingly crafted from dozens of colored plexiglass squares.