As the leading exhibition platform for interior design and home decoration is closer and closer, professionals and design lovers from all over the world start wondering about where to stay in Paris during the tradeshow. This January edition of the revered Maison et Objet 2017 will take place in Paris and people will attend to the fair searching for fresh decorating ideas and design inspiration. But a day looking for the most creative design products and brands can be exhausting. When that is the case, all you want is to come back to a comfortable place. For that reason, here is a selection of 5 hotels in Paris that you surely will want to stay in during Maison et Objet.
Grand Pigalle Hôtel
With interiors that show all the typical Parisian charm, this 37-room hotel features bull’s eye windows, which frame romantic views of the nearby Sacré Coeur, while balconies look out onto Villa Frochot. The interiors designed by Dorothée Meilichzony have a contemporary-retro style, with deep colours, and bespoke mahogany furniture.
The 18 rooms have been individually decorated, by Mr. Moussié, this time with his wife Elodie and friend Sophie Richard. Marble fireplaces and oak floors, 70s rattan chairs, oversized brass solitaire coffee-tables, Art Deco lighting fixtures and flea market finds like Victorian portraits, along with custom-made bars.
After a two-year restoration, a new boutique hotel has opened in the 2nd arrondissement, in Paris: The Saint-Marc. Originally a townhouse built in 1791, the renovated building now combines Art Deco design elements with the colourful glamour of the 1970s. The hotel interiors are bold and stunningly fresh. Responsible for the successful mix of styles are Milanese designers Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran, founders of Dimore Studio.
Le Narcisse Blanc
The legend goes that this hotel pays homage to Cléo de Mérode, the ballet dancer who was supposedly a muse for Degas and Proust. The designers Laurent Bardet, Laurence Jean, Thierry Martin and Thibaut Fron have conceived beautiful hotel interiors with hues of cream, mauve, gold, black and the titular white flower. Each of the 30 rooms and seven suites is different and features high ceilings, natural light, and unexpectedly spacious proportions.
Off Paris Seine
It is beautifully designed, with amazing furniture and the location couldn’t be more luxurious. It offers people a different experience due to its unique location and concept. It is the city’s first hotel on water. Based on the river Seine, in the 21st arrondissement, the floating craft is docked at the foot of the Gare d’Austerlitz, between the Austerlitz viaduct and the Charles de Gaulle bridge.