A hotel that’s fertile and full of life
Rosalie is nestled in the heart of the 13th arrondissement — a cosy cocoon on a plane tree-lined avenue, right next to the Place d’Italie. Behind the entrance’s tall facade, under the gaze of the Roman muses atop our rooftop terrace, a series of hidden gardens provide the perfect place to unwind.
Rosalie is a place that’s full of life, where you can come and take the time to enjoy a locally-roasted coffee, or give yourself a few days off in one of our cosy, cocoon-like rooms.
A sustainable approach
We are firmly committed to reducing our impact on the environment — in our bar, our bathrooms, and beyond — as detailed in our Environmental Charter.
At Hotel Rosalie, we favour homemade, local, vegetarian, seasonal products. We favour short supply chains in sourcing sustainable produce. Waste is reduced to a minimum or composted, in-room recycling is facilitated for guests.
Bed and restaurant linen are made from Fair Trade-certified organic cotton and all our cleaning products are organic and environmentally sustaina-ble. Even our carpet is made from recycled fishing nets! In recognition of our sustainable ap-proach to hotel and restaurant management, Rosalie is currently a candidate for the ecologically responsible Clef Verte label.
Rosalie aims to reinstate nature at the heart of the urban landscape, giving plants time and scope to become one with their environment. In collaboration with Merci Raymond, Rosalie has designed a long-term project that allows nature to gently re-appropriate our spaces, find its true place, re-acclimatise in the cityscape.
Our green spaces are pesticide-free, as we employ alternative methods and eco-safe solutions against weeds and insects. This also means we can grow aromatic herbs all year round to flavour our cocktails and dishes! Soon, the wall of hops we’ve planted above the fountain in our outdoor eating area will be brewed into a delicious Rosalie beer!
To revegetate Rosalie’s terraces, Merci Raymond has developed a long-term project allowing nature to The Open Garden has been designed to grow and transform, becoming denser and more luxurious every day.
A local network
As part our our responsible, environmentally friendly approach, Rosalie always shops local: Parisian marmelades, freshly-ground coffee from our neighbours at the Brûlerie des Gobelins, tea from the Maison Kodama, organic bread and pastries from Chez Meunier, rein-vigorating chai from La Main Noire, and herbal teas from our very own Rosalie garden.
Aprons, napkins and other organic cotton fabric goods are sewn by a local Parisian artisan, Philippe Gaber.
Rosalie also partnered with our neighbouring art school, the École d’art Estienne, whose first-year students have designed feature walls for each of our hotel rooms.