CAJA Hotels is a family-owned hotel group created in 1972. Today, the group owns and manages 6 four-star hotels in Paris.
CAJA Hotels is also present in other sectors through minority shareholdings in companies in the food and restaurant sector.
The group is strongly involved in charity work, in particular through the Père Pedro hostel project in Madagascar, as founder, donor and organizer.
The PLEY Hotel, ideally located in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, offers a unique experience cradled by the radio history of the area. Opened in 2020, the PLEY Hotel features 100 fully renovated rooms, numerous meeting & event spaces, a rooftop, a bar, a restaurant and a fitness room.
Pepper & Paper
In the heart of the 5th arrondissement, Pepper & Paper offers an authentic and original experience. Composed of 17 studios & apartments entirely renovated in 2020, a terrace and a garden, the hotel residence offers comfort and serenity with a strong emphasis on service.
Hotel Belloy Saint-Germain
The Belloy Saint-Germain hotel, decorated by the architect Sandra Benhamou, reflects the literary and artistic atmosphere of the Saint-Germain des Prés district. The hotel features 50 rooms with contemporary decor and a bar to relax after a day of sightseeing or working in Paris.
Hotel Petit Belloy Saint Germain
Located in the prestigious Saint-Germain-des-Prés district, in the heart of Paris, the Petit Belloy Saint Germain hotel and its 21 rooms welcome you in a colorful and warm atmosphere signed RBC Paris.
HOTEL MAISON MALESHERBES
This magnificent bourgeois house, located in the heart of the Saint-Augustin district, offers a breathtaking view of its church. The Maison Malesherbes has a romantic and bohemian atmosphere and features 24 rooms and a bar.
Opened in May 2021, the Sookie is a boutique hotel 4****, located in the heart of the Marais. Rediscover the energy and warm atmosphere of the district through its 31 rooms, with vintage decoration by Dorothée Delaye. The hotel's coffee shop is open all day long, for a well-deserved break.
HOSTEL DU PÈRE PEDRO
The Hostel of Father Pedro is a solidarity project for the construction of a tourist establishment in Madagascar. The Hostel, built in the heart of the village Akamasoa not far from the capital, will be the entire property of the association of Father Pedro. All profits generated will support the daily actions of the association. The opening date is planned for 2023.
The directors of CAJA HOTELS
Chairman CAJA HOTELS
Jean Arvis graduated from the ESSEC business school in 1974 and developed the family hotel group from 1990 onwards. He became a director and then Chairman of Best Western France in 1998. In 2000, he founded the operator and investor Paris-Honotel, then co-founded the Honotel group in 2015, which he left in 2018 to join the MADEHO group, as Senior Advisor, on strategy and development. Jean Arvis is also a member of the Supervisory Board of ESSEC.
After several years in advertising for major brands (Peugeot, SFR, Nike, Eurostar, BforBank, SNCF, Bouygues, Accor). Antoine Arvis joined the hotel business and created MADEHO, thus continuing the family hotel adventure initiated by his grandfather in 1968 and his father in 1990.