The Saint-Sulpice stands out from nearly all other boutique hotels in city in that each of its 108 units is a suite with fully equipped kitchen. Even the smallest units are spacious and feel like decked-out efficiency apartments. The middle and upper tier of room options feature separate bedrooms and larger floor plans. Rooms have a modern chic aesthetic—predominantly shades of charcoal, sand, and mahogany, offset by touches of red. Suites are well-suited for travelers who need extra space, and are ideal for families. All have a pullout sofa, and several have two bedrooms. In the lobby is a well-stocked bar, and there’s an outdoor terrace where you can enjoy a meal prepared by the Sinclair Restaurant, which serves contemporary French cuisine in the full dining room in the lobby. Customer service is of the highest order here, from the valets who open the doors to the thoughtful cleaning crew who often fold stray articles of clothing you’ve left laying about.
- Leslie Brokaw, Erin Trahan, Matthew Barber