If your are planning a trip to France and want to stay in amazing hospitality projects, these luxurious hotels are destinations in their own right.
In these hotels you will experience more than the french culture, you will be inspired by the amazing interiors of the most reknown interior designers of the world.
Castelbrac Dinard Hotel
More than a hotel, Castelbrac is a place of memory and healing, facing the sea and sky. The hotel interior design and its 25-rooms are settled in a 19th century villa that became a marine research station and aquarium back in 1934. It is now a luxurious 5 start hotel full of history that will certainly inspire you.
This stunning luxurious interiors was designed by Sandra Benhamou. Based in France, she started her career in international film distribution but soon realized that interior design was her true passion.
Closer to Canal Saint Martin and the upper Marais than to any of the typical tourist destinations — This hospitality design is largely uncharted territory for hotels, and there’s no better feeling for a boutique hotelier than breaking new ground, has Pierre Moussié has discovered.
Dating back to 1854, the building was formerly an hôtel de passe (a short-time hotel) before its complete renovation overseen by Parisian architect Philippe Medioni. It offers the best accomodations, a sense of living the true Parisian lifestyle and a stunning hotel design.
Le Pain Français
Combining the elegant use of color and texture, the interior design of this restaurant is magical, glamorous and sophisticated, yet cozy and welcoming at the same time. The slightly over-the-top and eclectic interior decor can take us back to the days of Jules Verne and Gustave Eiffel. The choices of luxury brands for the furniture was one of the best decisions of the interiors designers.
The Recamier Hotel
This hotel design is housed in a well hidden corner of the Place Saint-Sulpice (from St. Sulpice Square) appears now as a very responsive hospitality design. The building, hidden by the trees next to the Eglise Saint-Sulpice, has 24 superbly stylish guest rooms with some amazing contract furniture.
André Latin Hotel
The cozy hotel design is partly revealed by a smart combination of comfortable luxurious interiors in tweed sofas, bistro marble tables, mirrors, art deco illustrations and the 50s bar perfectly reflects the spirit of this exceptional place.
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