Without a doubt, Maison et Objet is a unique time to be and enjoy the best Paris has to offer. Among some of the best elements to enjoy in the city are a variety of luxury hotels you can check out, as well as check into. There’s a lot to choose from for all tastes, so CovetED will be introducing five suggestions for either design or luxury lovers (or both!).
This is definitely one of the top references when it comes to pointing to some amazing historic hotels. With its origin dating all the way back to 1854, it began as a hôtel de passe (a short-time hotel), before it was revamped by Parisian architect Philippe Medioni. With its 18 rooms that are divided into five categories (Mini, Classic, Superior, Deluxe and Suite), this is a lovely example of a chic Parisian hotel.
This hotel is the perfect eye-catcher for design lovers who dare to have a design tour through Paris during Maison et Objet. As a matter of fact, this hotel is nicely located in a typical Parisian street (between Gare du Nord and the prestigious Opéra Garnier). It has a warm, elegant and typically Parisian atmosphere awaiting for you from the entrance to the rooms.
This is a lovely hotel located on the avenue de l’Opéra, in Paris, right next to Palais Royal. Jean-Louis Deniot was the designer who reinvented the traditional materials as well as their usage. The whole Art Deco feel of the hotel is still expertly preserved, through elements such as the blackened oak panels with abstract paintings and Cubist-inspired tiling in the Réjane Brasserie. Another classic example that captures the soul of Paris!
Sofitel Paris Le Faubourg
This is the example located pretty close to the heart of Paris more specifically between the elegant Place de la Concorde, the legendary Champs-Elysées and the chic Faubourg Saint Honoré. Aside from the terrific location, this hotel has a range of 148 rooms, including 45 suites available for all luxury lovers. This is an inspiring place to stay at during Maison et Objet if you’re looking for a stylish and elegant experience at the heart of Paris.
Lastly, we leave you an Art Noveau example. Hotel Panache was handled by Dorothée Meilichzon who definitely has a refined taste in adding new modernity to the hotel. The decor felt throughout this hotel is mainly based on simplicity, as well as some unique touches of luxury to every room. You will also spot some areas where retro successfully meets modern.
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