Paris will definitely make a stamp on a part of your heart and will always leave you wanting to return. Whether it’s the pretty streets, the arts, architecture or food. If you haven’t taken a trip to Paris yet, then I would definitely say start organising your trip soon. And if you have visited Paris already, there is still so much more for your to discover.

The best way to get around Paris is by Metro or I’d recommend an Uber if you’re in a hurry or travelling at night. The one thing I would say is location of where you’re staying will make getting around Paris so much easier. When travelling, accessibility is very important to me and I always consider it when finding somewhere to stay.


Hotel Sacha is located in the 9th arrondissement of Paris, literally down the road from the Moulin Rouge. The vibrancy of the area is inviting and has a lot on offer for you to do. During the evening the lights are bright and it feels a bit like we are in Vegas, while during the day you have the hustle and bustle of the local shops and people bargaining (one of my fave hobbies!).

The decor was incredibly quirky with a theatre theme throughout. I had the pleasure of staying the yellow room, which was beautifully bright and yellow is great to wake up to. I had a medium room, which was smaller then expected but perfect for a solo traveller. There was a comfy double bed with a lovely antique style table and chair. LOVED the bathroom, it was matching my room with the yellow theatre theme and had a roomy shower.

The breakfast buffet was AMAZING! Fresh bread and croissants, juices, cereals, teas and coffees every morning! It was all you can eat, so don’t stop until you are full. Best way to start you day of adventures.

One of the best parts of staying at Hotel Sacha by Happy Culture, is that as there are several hotels in Paris that are in the Happy Culture family – you’re able to visit other hotels for their happy hours. Different hotels would have different activities for guests such as wine tasting. No matter which hotel by Happy Culture you are in, you can visit any during happy hour.

The team at Hotel Sacha were really lovely, anything I needed help with whether it was looking a place to purchase a handbag or just for an adaptor, anything they could help with they were happy to.

When taking a trip to Paris, I would definitely recommend Hotel Sacha by Happy Culture. For a great location and great service – Hotel Sacha by Happy Culture is the place for you. I genuinely had a lovely stay and comfortable stay.

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Thank you to Hotel Sacha by Happy Culture for hosting my stay. As always, my opinions are all my own and honest.


  1. June 13, 2017 / 5:03 pm

    Ooo, this looks like a good time! Love the photos 🙂

  2. June 13, 2017 / 5:07 pm

    Umm food! You won me with the picture of the strawberry tart lol Everything looks so stunning and relaxed

  3. June 13, 2017 / 5:57 pm

    That looks amazing! That’s great that they will find an adapter for you, that is seriously the #1 thing you forget about travelling. I want that forest wallpaper!

  4. Joscelyn
    June 14, 2017 / 9:59 am

    What a cute hotel! That food is reason enough to visit Paris!! Love all their pastries and breads!!

  5. June 14, 2017 / 8:53 pm

    This hotel looks so comfortable! I loooooove that tree wallpaper!

  6. June 26, 2017 / 9:04 am

    How cute are you and those photos looks so grand. Looks like a great hotel to stay in wen in Paris. Food as you know it always a winner for us!

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