As Maison et Objet, one of the biggest design events worldwide is getting closer, it’s really important to start planning where to stay in Paris, considering the best luxury hotels that the french capital has to offer.
Paris, the city of the Lights, waits for your visit from 20 to 24 January, in order to delight you with the best design experiences during Maison et Objet, in Paris Nord Villepinte. We advise you to choose your stay early: during that week, even the best hotels are fulfilled with visitants that won’t miss this amazing french exhibition. To help you with this hard task, here’s an irresistible selection: the TOP 6 Parisian Hotels.
Dating back to 1854, the building was formerly an hôtel de passe (a short-time hotel) before its complete renovation overseen by Parisian architect Philippe Medioni. This Paris hotel offers the best accommodations, a sense of living the true Parisian lifestyle and stunning decoration. For these reasons, the l’Hôtel Providence is also the answer when you look for interior design inspiration. 18 rooms, including 2 junior suites and a large suite, were individually decorated with designer fabric and vintage furniture. They provide warm settings along with modern comfort, and the large suite offers a beautiful postcard view of Paris, its roofs and Montmartre.
The Penthouse suite, with a private foyer, has a cool sitting area – beautiful Maya velvet armchairs, and sofa from BRABBU’s collection, – a full appointed cocktail bar, even a desk record player with a selection of vinyl records. Definitely a great place to stay during Maison et Objet.
Hotel Sofitel Le Faubourg
This is a 5-star hotel located in the heart of Paris. A luxurious design by Didier Gomez, one of the most famous interior designers in France, offers comfort and indulgence. This upscale establishment, set in a grand townhouse-style building, has refined rooms and suites individually designed, and which add separate living areas. Amenities include 2 fine-dining restaurants with chic decor and terrace seating, plus an opulent bar with plush armchairs and live entertainment. Comfort, calm, and elegance define the 147 rooms. The elegance of the 18th-century and sumptuous materials are harmoniously combined with modern design. Guests have also breathtaking views over the Parisian rooftops.
Located in Montorgueil, this hotel reopened its doors (after 40 years) to welcome guests into its eclectically renovated interiors that reflect a rich history with an aura of contemporary elegance and charm, thereby subtly encapsulating 21st century City of Light. This amazing hotel was created in a very Parisian style: black and white, wood moldings, cornices, wooden floor… Almost all furniture pieces are bespoke and designed by Dorothée Meilichzon.
Le Cinq Codet
Designed by Jean-Philippe Nuel, and located in the 7th district of Paris, this sleek hotel, set in a 1930s building in the 7th arr., having the Eiffel Tower just a 15-minute walk away. High in technology and big on design, the 67-room Le Cinq Codet is the only five-star hotel in Paris’ Rodin Museum neighborhood.
Le Pavillon des Lettres
Located in the 8th arrondissement, this is one of the cutest and most comfortable Paris hotels. A luxury hotel with elegant rooms is the perfect place to spend the nights during your trips to the french capital. The 26 rooms represent the 26 letters of the alphabet, and using this analogy, the hotel invites guests to a departure of a literary walk with the 4* hotel. The literary interiors were designed by Kerylos Intérieurs.
Located on the avenue de l’Opéra, in Paris, right next to Palais Royal, the 5-star hotel (part of the group Evok Collection) offers 45 rooms and suites in the purest Haussmann style, sprinkled with art deco in a very couture spirit. You can expect beautiful hotel interiors and comfortable accommodations. The style of Jean-Louis Deniot, the designer, is a statement in the overall decor. Throughout the design, Jean-Louis Deniot reinvents traditional materials and their application, such as wood paneling, using blackened oak panels with abstract paintings and cubist-inspired tiling in the Réjane Brasserie.
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