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06 may 2016

Hôtel Panache. A Break in Parisian New hotels 2016 PLUMEVOYAGE @plumevoyagemagazine © DR

The new parisian hotels…

by Béatrice Delamotte

With spring, A lot of new hotels opened or recently opened in Paris to enjoy the city and otherwise discover other areas, whether the Halles district, Mathurins or towards the boulevards. Even the very east of Paris which finally has a five star.

  • Handsome Hotel

    Designed by decorators Dorothée Delaye and Daphné Desjeux the Handsome Hotel by Elegancia is a welcoming cocoon that mixes beautiful and sweet. Here, everything is in the detail as a bow tie. Like it, it sets the tone, the directive line of an outfit. The hotel is a chic and timeless bubble in which the charm subtly works, by surprise. Modern boudoir, the Handsome Hotel will appeal both to men and women with its spaces playing with the codes, dressed in warm and noble materials: wood, carpet fleece, velvet, brass and wicker cane. Its 22 rooms share four moods: charmiing, beautiful, smart or gentleman not to mention a junior suite on the 6th floor. An invitation to disconnect in the heart of the 1st district, particularly connected.

  • Hôtel Monsieur

    Who better than Sacha Guitry embodies the Parisian man, both champion of elegance and with an acerbic wit? Hôtel Monsieur claims to this heritage in the heart of the Mathurins district where we can feel the inheritance and eloquence of the man of the art. Here, thirty-one rooms and suites make up as many rooms between welfare cozy, chic and vintage art deco nuances. A subtle play between arguments of style and pleasure of life. Each room and suite knows how to combine contemporary sense and genuine calm. Each room its registry, always realistic connected through a desk, full length mirror, generous storage space, a bathroom adorned with tiles bevelled by Guimard. And for an exceptional intermission, the lobby has a theater style.

  • 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.

  • The Roch Hôtel & Spa

    New creation by Sarah Poniatowski, the Roch Hotel & Spa is a five star boutique hotel designed as a landmark perfectly balancing elegance and the spirit of Paris. The young designer signs here her first hotel and plans in this address to share the essence of her style: a palette of soft and trendy colors, the custom-designed furnishings, warm and natural materials. The Roch Hotel & Spa also offers a spa with a customized care menu by Codage, a restaurant and a bar whose menu are designed by the young chef Arnaud Payre, two Michelin stars and four toques by Gault Millau 2016, a sunny terrace and an indoor pool enjoying daylight. A new address destined to become one of the Parisian references.

  • 9Hôtel République

    New Parisian institution of 9Hotel Collection, the Republic 9Hotel has invested a mid-nineteenth century building, a few steps from the square and the Saint Martin canal. Conceived as an urban refuge, the 9Hôtel Republique also wants to be a place of meeting and sharing. open living spaces, self-service bar with a fine selection of natural wines from vineyard owners, comfortable armchairs and sofas make up a place full of charm and friendliness. Decoration, lighting, background music and olfactory signature (like a field of wild herbs), everything contributes to an atmosphere that is both chic, simple and quiet. An atmosphere that is found in 48 rooms where one finds the warm materials with a simple, contemporary décor. And for the workers, a quiet co-working space helps to isolate with your computer.

  • Le Mathis

    Installed on the Ponthieu street, close to the Champs-Elysées, the Hôtel Mathis is the latest of the H8 Collection group. From the hall, like a mansion, elegance wins with a quirky side: gold ceilings fail to mask the leopard motif that adorns the staircase. But in the twenty-three rooms, change of scenery with more velvety atmospheres. Here, the sweetness is expressed in chiaroscuro. The clear or black parquet warms the atmosphere. The patterned wallpapers with palms and birds temper with united raspberry textures and cream with silver gray drapes. The quality furniture, the baroque mirrors single out the suites. The selected objects, precious or not, could be family ones. What to compose an atmosphere that makes you want to curl up in the comfortable chairs, enjoy the soft duvets to laze. No automation demonstrative or ostentatious design here. The hotel experience is transformed here into a personalized life sequence. For travelers in search of privacy and freedom, they can appropriate themselves selected times, in freedom.

  • Hôtel Panache

    After the Hôtel Paradis, Adrien Gloaguen opens a new building in the heart of the theater district and the Grands Boulevards. Housed in the building of the former Opera Madrid, the Hotel Panache reviews the codes of the nineteenth century and Art Nouveau, adapted to modern tastes. The old Zazou pastry has turned into a neighborhood table under the leadership of David Lanher (Caffè Stern, Racines, Paradis, Noglu …). In the lobby, the hotel reception and its glass ball lamps recall the friendly Viennese cafés of Adolf Loos. In bottom line, the idea of ​​a refuge, timeless, with an aesthetics signed by Dorothee Meilichzon. On seven floors, 40 rooms all different disclaim a wide range of colors and transform the architecture of the building sometimes tortured in original rooms such as the surrealistic capsule apartment with terrace and garden on the 1st floor or the suite in the attic.

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