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30 september 2016


New parisian hotels

Par Adine Fichot-Marion

Paris continues to celebrate the inauguration of this new generation of hotels: boutique hotels. Elegant, intimate, decorated with very special care displaying 4 or 5 stars on their pediment, they attract a clientele increasingly important. Little review in details in the various districts of the capital

  • The Nolinski

    Certainly the opening of the season! Beautifully located between the Opera Avenue and Palais Royal Palais Garnier, the Nolinski has offered a Deco interior signed by designer Jean-Louis Deniot both classic and crazy. From the lobby we fall under its charm: encased in marble, it is dressed in emerald green and shades of blue and decorated with a bronze sculpture. On the bearings of six floors, we are greeted by a kind of « lock » in an ultra flashy color different at each level: neon pink, yellow and green. The 45 rooms including 9 suites follow, on a gray base, thematic different colors: pink, blue, green, yellow, tan, beige. They bear the names of famous people who marked the Parisian life. So are honored, Sacha (Guitry), Salvador (Dali), Pablo (Picasso) … And finally Josephine (Baker) on the 5th, the largest. To eat, towards the Rejane brewery. It has a direct opening to the avenue thus positioning as the last restaurant in the capital. Spa, stamped with the very exclusive Swiss brand Hill, with a full pool offering this extraordinary place.

    16, avenue de l’Opéra, 75001 Paris Tel: 01 42 86 10 October www.nolinskiparis.com

  • Le Narcisse Blanc

    A few steps from the Eiffel Tower and Les Invalides, this five-star 30 rooms from 20 to 32 m2, and 7 suites from 35 to 41 m2, one of them with a terrace of 13 m2 : the dream. Their elegant and refined décor, in harmony with the spirit of the VIIth district of Paris; The hotel features light colors: beige and white and no Art Deco style. The Cleo Restaurant, in a nod to Cléo de Merode, a famous casserole from the 1900s, is a delight with its glass roof for a breathtaking view of the stars and cuisine combining tradition and exoticism! As for the spa it enjoys a large swimming pool and care by Carita.

    19 Boulevard de La Tour Maubourg 75007 Paris www.lenarcisseblanc.com

  • Le Général

    Inaugurated last May, Le Général has been fully renovated by Jean-Philippe Nuel, who had already designed Le Général first version there are more than 10 years! Close to the Republique, the hotel wants to be friendly through 1000 and one details. In communal areas we appreciate the decor very 50s, cheerful and colorful, high chairs around the long breakfast tables, photographs-portraits that are taken with a Polaroid available to guests and displayed then on a blackboard, routes always shown on the pictures to help visit the district and even further on the bikes we can rent at the shop next door … and the glass of champagne from 7PM to 8PM always in a spirit of well done friendliness ! In the rooms the style is changing, everything is gray and white for more serenity, the calm is in the spotlight. Of the 46 rooms, our favorite is the suite 71 under the roofs.

    In short, we have fun at the Général, we talk, we do not remain anonymous, we talk around a drink, we meet people…

    5-7, rue Rampon, 75011 Paris. Such. : 01 47 00 41 57 www.legeneralhotel.com

  • The X bis

    Sleeping in a former brothel? why not ! Thus it happens at the X bis. Located close to the Porte Maillot and a few hundred meters of the Star, this well known place of all Paris of the 50s to the 90s was run by the flamboyant Katia The redhead. Today under the pen of Elsa Joseph and Bruno Le Steun, two disciples of Vincent Bastie, favorite architect of the hoteliers, here transformed into a charming boutique hotel of 23 contemporary rooms, including two suites, from 16 to 30 m2. If the designers wanted to make it a chic, contemporary hotel they have kept some iconic pieces of the place as the witch mirrors, some sconces very seventie’s, the big dog that sits in the entrance … Everywhere in the public areas and rooms we find books by various authors mentioning the 10a time of his glory … uplifting! Rooms dress in soft colors: gray and blue, we love the 504 with windows from floor to ceiling and later the 6th whose windows open onto the roofs of Paris.

    10bis, rue du Débarcadère 75017 Paris. Tél : 01 55 37 10 10

  • The Jobo

    Opened in the Marais on June 1st, the Hotel de JoBo is a tribute to Josephine Bonaparte, called Jobo by her imperial husband! This woman with an exceptional destiny, fashion designer, keen about decor was indicated to inspire Bambi Sloan who has been in charge of the design of the place. After crossing a doorway of what was once a convent in the seventeenth century, the guest is welcomed into a Napoleonic countryside tent! At thz lounge bar many codes dear to the Empress are gathered: the chairs and carpet dress in a leopard print: Josephine was the first to own a panther rugs, all strewn with a string of roses. Their favorite flowers are everywhere, on the beamed ceiling, the carpet and ensures portrait on the guests. In the 24 rooms, the Executive style triumphs : gooseneck furniture, diamond mirrors, trunk carpet.

    10, rue d’Ormesson 75004 Paris. Such. : 01 48 04 70 48 www.hoteldejobo.paris

  • The Monge

    In the heart of Paris between the Jardin des Plantes and Notre Dame Cathedral, this 4-star 30 rooms, reopened last spring. The recasting of the places has preserved the living rooms, moldings, point of Hungary parquet, the fireplace in Carrara marble, all set off by Pierre Frey velvet, valuable furniture, tropical wallpaper from Deyrolle. In tribute to the Garden of neighboring plants, fauna and flora punctuated with lightness six storey Haussmann style building. Some rooms have a view over the rooftops of Paris, others at the back of the Arenes de Lutece. We like the elevator, the Italian trompe l’oeil frames inspired educational boards of the house Deyrolle. Although seen as the honesty bar where guests serve themselves “at home” from 18h to midnight with a selection of aperitifs, wines and champagne. Not to mention the Wellness space by Decleor for massages, facials … and hammam with eucalyptus scents hefty offered.

    55, rue Monge 75005 Paris. Tel 01 43 54 55

  • The Ritz: finally reopened!

    The very important renovation has not altered the DNA of this mythical place! It is magnified and full of novelties like Proust lounge with a cozy atmosphere, ideal for a tea with French madeleines, fluted … the veranda with its sliding glass roof, the Ritz shop where you can find exclusive gifts such as Monopoly Ritz, Chanel spa, the Ritz bar, ideal for an affordable lunch in a 30s frame or a drink with small plates in the evening. Stay calm, the Hemingway bar with the famous Colin Field shaker is still there as well as the famous gardens.

  • The Plaza

    Always concerned about the younger generation the Plaza reinstates its famous skating rink: all equipment is lent to small ones to taste the joys of skiing while their parents are offered a tea time in the Gallery! Do not forgett to sample the log by Angelo Musa: a light cream with hazelnut and vanilla ganache scented with a note of yuzu and a hazelnut biscuit.

    25 Avenue Montaigne, 75008, Tel. : 01 53 67 66 65 www.dorchestercollection.com

  • The George V

    After very noticeable inauguration of the Orangerie in June, a restaurant absolutely remarkable in a delightful setting, the George V offers an Ice Lounge! Translate a 6x6m cube placed in the courtyard of marble where the temperature will be around ow -15 ° C! there we will mulled wine, chocolate, appetizers, champagne … a real experience!

    Four Seasons Hotel George V, 75008. Tel. : 01 49 52 70 00 www.fourseasons.com/fr

  • Royal Monceau

    We go there to taste the joys of Clarins Spa and the famous detox day. It includes for her a continental breakfast or lunch with a My Blend salad together with a detox juice, then Pilates or yoga classes with a personal trainer followed by an hour of massage or a Balance Regenerating Care Firming by Clarins and free access during the day to fitness, pool, sauna … for him even breakfast or lunch followed by a course of Boxing, cardio Training or Yoga with a coach and a Care Body Scrub Energy Sports massage or an hour with all-day access to the spa (gym, pool, sauna, hammam). 37, avenue Hoche 75008. Information and reservations contact@SpaMyBlendbyClarins.com, tel. : 01 42 99 88 99

  • Le Meurice

    In December, for year-end holidays, the Meurice and Valmont, the very competent Swiss cosmetics brand, reopen their Pop-Up Store rue de Castiglione every day including Sunday from 1 to 31 December 2016 from 11 am to 7:30 PM. It includes all the Valmont care ranges, face and body. We can also get facial cares by Valmont, a manicure by Kure Bazaar, a makeup session by By Terry … Something to be the most beautiful to treat ourselves with an exceptional dinner in the dining room redesigned by Philippe Starck a few weeks ago…

    8, rue de Castiglione or the Meurice 228 rue de Rivoli, 75001. Tel. : 01 44 58 10 10

  • The Bristol

    Among the most vibrionnantes innovations were selected evenings the bar. Once a month, there is the head barman Maxime Hoerth Meilleur Ouvrier de France, and its teams compete for creativity to remix the most classic cocktails and think of others more bold, sparkling, spicy … So 12 October 2016 evening as the Parisian stages the Dom Perignon champagne, Belvedere vodka and tapas.Pour all the girls, bought champagne, champagne Dom Perignon offered. warranty dancing mood, a draw maybe you will win a bottle of Dom Perignon. This evening will be followed by the St Barts evening: November 17, 2016 where Eden Rock St. Barths is invited to the Bristol Bar of an evening! Finally, in partnership with the FIAC Colombian artist Iván Argote installs a series of original sculptures in the garden and distributes its videos in the bar from 19 October to 20 November.

    112, rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré 75008. Tel. : 01 53 43 43 00 www.lebristolparis.com

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