Hôtel Bastille Paris Boutet
First five-star from the eastern Paris, the hotel Boutet shoves the codes. Hidden behind its industrial façade of the 1920s, it is a former carpenter workshop that will then become a chocolate factory. This industrial heritage is assumed with the restoration of the facade decorated with mosaics reminiscent the working hours of the place. The factory has been completely redesigned, lettting accurately speak the history of the building, to make room for a hotel whose soul is that of Paris. The worked wood and metal are to echo in honor of the craftsmanship of the suburbs and make up a warm decoration with copper notes. An atmosphere in which the designer Astrid Diterlen wanted to provide a strong character, unique and sophisticated to showcase scripted spaces. As for the 80 rooms, distributed on seven floors, they are distinguished by different configurations. Elegant and intimate, they feature high ceilings and large windows. Continuous balconies and terraces of many rooms and suites allow you to enjoy stunning panoramic views of the Paris skyline.