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