Molitor Paris

Opened in 1929, Molitor quickly became the premier swimming destination in Paris, renowned for its two pools, glamorous galas, and avant-garde atmosphere. After six decades of captivating the city, Molitor closed its doors in 1989, earning its status as a historical monument. The abandoned building was then transformed by artists into a sprawling urban art space, becoming the epicenter of Parisian underground culture.

In 2014, Molitor underwent a remarkable transformation with three defining pillars: pool, art, life. Today, as part of the luxurious MGallery hotel collection, Molitor offers a wealth of experiences, from opulent rooms to the Clarins spa, from the indoor and outdoor pools to the vibrant brasserie, from the chic rooftop bar to the sports facilities and private event spaces. Creativity and well-being intertwine in every corner.

Molitor is more than a venue; it’s a hub for encounters, exchanges, and self-expression, where history is made with each passing day. It’s the kind of place where one can later say, « I was there. » For Parisians and travelers seeking something exceptional, Molitor is the perfect retreat to recharge, be astonished, and feel at home.