With Maison et Objet 2017 coming up we’ve picked some of our favourite luxury hotels to stay at. If you’re organising your trip keep these in mind as you’ll get the best of both comfort as well as true luxury hospitality interior design. Take a look…
Le Bristol Paris is a unique place for its exemplary service and refinement. Located on the elegant rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, in the heart of the city’s arts and fashion district, the hotel has welcomed guests since 1925 and features renovated rooms and suites that are decorated in 18th century French-style. Le Bristol Paris offers a perfect balance between old-word elegance and cutting-edge features to your séjour during Maison et Objet 2017 .
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. It offers a sense of living the true Parisian lifestyle and stunning decoration, the perfect place to stay during Maison et Objet. Modern eclecticism meets conspicuous glamour in the interiors of the Providence Hotel. Elodie Moussié, Pierre’s wife, designed the interiors with her best friend, Sophie Richard, who updated the hotel with printed velvet fabrics, antique lighting, and portrait paintings sourced from French country flea markets.
Le Maison Favart
With its 18th-century charm, this hotel will surprise with its modern touches, sumptuous relaxation pool and fitness room, so it’s definitely an answer when you wonder about where to stay in Paris during Maison et Objet. Each of the 39 rooms is decorated in a distinctive style, with hints of vibrant colors, with a nod to the origins of the 18th century. Being situated just next to Opéra Comique, it’s inspired by Charles-Simon Favart.
André Latin Hotel
The owners, hoteliers Fabian and Guillaume Sodano, had this desire to update the hotel in 2015, and they decided to dedicate it to their paternal grandfather, Andrea Sodano. To achieve that, the Hotel André Latin‘s interiors were created with the help of the young Parisian interior architect Michael Malapert inspired by their grandfather’s taste and personality. The subdued rooms feature wood floors and en suite bathrooms. Some add balconies that allow visitors to enjoy beautiful views over the city. The french interior design, as well as the fact that this low-key hotel is a 7-minute walk from the Panthéon and a 9-minute walk from the Jardin du Luxembourg, makes it amazingly wanted.
Castelbrac Dinard Hotel
This stunning hotel interior was designed by Sandra Benhamou. In this project you can see how the designer played with rich colors, textures and materials, designing strong furniture pieces that create a quirky and inviting environment where you can stay during Maison et Objet 2017. Benhamou gave a feminine counterpoint and a modern twist to the architecture of William Faber and Colonel Hamilton.