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Emerald green, gold, bronze and tweed define the new Hotel Nolinski decorated by french interior designer Jean-Louis Deniot. Located on the avenue de l’Opéra, in Paris, right next to Palais Royal, the 5-star hotel (part of the group Evok Collection) offers 45 rooms and suites in the purest Haussmann style, sprinkled with art deco in a very couture spirit.
Designed for locals and travelers alike, each space is an invitation to let the senses roam and emotions rise. Le Nolinski is the answer for those wondering where to stay in Paris during their next trip to the city. See inside the hotel, the latest design project by Jean-Louis Deniot.
This breathtaking, minimalist reception made from Carrara marble bears the hallmark eclectic refinement of decorator Jean-Louis Deniot.
The style of the designer is a statement in the overall decor. Hues of blue and emerald green, precious materials and custom-made furniture and furnishings intertwine to orchestrate a lyrical and harmonious ensemble.
Two eating spaces complete de hotel: the Brasserie Réjane and the Grand Salon. In the Brasserie Réjane three spaces laid out around the central room for a different experience every time; An intimate atmosphere in the geometric lighting of a private nook; A convivial atmosphere at the bar counter, embellished with brass and painted mirrors; A bucolic atmosphere in the winter garden greenhouse, planted with bronze flowers.
On the other hand, the Grand Salon invites House guests and regulars to relax in the room’s swivel armchairs around its bronze fireplace and under a silver leaf ceiling.
In the quiet discretion of its private apartments, this private home safeguards the secrets of the art of living, in a space where contemporary aesthetics and classical prestige meet enchantment and flair.
Distributed over six floors, the intimate charm of single rooms and connecting rooms is an invitation to a haven of peace, with windows overlooking the heart of Paris. Green, raspberry, beige, blue, yellow, and fawn, each private room reveals its own colour scheme to enhance the harmony of greys and waxed concrete. All share the same comforts and varying volumes of beautiful materials, dimmed wall lamps, mouldings and neoclassical wood panelling, interwoven with a thread of refinement. A lacquered wardrobe watches over an elegant desk, bearing sculptural and ceramic souvenirs from its travels in faraway lands, alongside the custom-made furniture.
In the Spa area guests can feel the soft whisper of the water, granite flooring, warm wood panelling, and flickering candles. These elements all collide in a natural source of cosy well-being. On the ceiling, a mirror reflects an endless swimming stroke gliding across an abstract landscape.