Inaugurated in 1929, Molitor was for 60 years the most popular swimming pool in Paris for its two pools, its galas and its avant-garde atmosphere. closed in 1989 and classified as a historical monument, the place was then taken over by artists who turned the dilapidated building into a huge urban art area; it becomes the temple of the Parisian underground.

in 2014, Molitor was reborn in three words: pool, art, life, from the luxurious rooms of the MGallery hotel collection to the spa by Clarins, from the indoor and outdoor pools to the brasserie, from the bar to the rooftop to the sports halls and spaces that can be privatized, creativity and well-being are everywhere.

Molitor wants to be a place of meetings, exchanges and expression where history is written day by day. it is later that we will be able to say “I was there”. for Parisians and travelers looking for something atypical, it is the ideal place to recharge your batteries, let yourself be surprised and take up residence.