The Eiffel Blomet Hotel pays tribute to the Art Deco style
Rue Blomet, which became famous during the interwar period, was back then vibrating by the presence of the mythical cabaret known as “Bal nègre” frequented by Joséphine Baker, Miro, Desnos and Masson. An emblematic building that embodies the golden age of decorative arts, reborn after several months of work to welcome the charming hotel Eiffel Blomet. A new birth offering a skilful re-interpretation of the Art Deco style orchestrated with panache by the interior architect Bruno Borrione who has already designed the Prince de Galles and the Royal Monceau, with the complicity of Vincent Bastie (Les Bains, Le Burgundy …).
From the lobby to the inner courtyard, from the rooms to the suites, from the restaurant to the spa, each space boasts a racy elegance with a 30’s style and touches of exoticism. 78 rooms are elegantly decorated on the upper floors. From 13 to 29m2, they bathe in a palette of pastel shades ranging from soothing blue to celadon green and give pride to a rich palette of materials such as rosewood, raffia and grained leather, bronze fixtures. The top floor welcomes 9 suites from 34 to 38m2 inspired by Parisian apartments and offer magnificent terraces with a view on Paris.
Highlight: the building basement hiding a beautiful swimming pool adorned with azure mosaic and framed by imposing columns. Here you can enjoy a well-being session between bathing, hammam, sauna, signature massage and workout in the gym equipped with state-of-the-art machines.
The whole place boasts a joyful spirit and a touch of reverie, making the nights more beautiful and Paris more irresistible than ever.
Hôtel Eiffel Blomet, 78 rue Blomet, Paris 15ème. T. : 01 53 68 70 00. www.hoteleiffelblomet.com