Hidden behind the Porte Saint-Martin on an almost provincial square, the Hotel Providence Paris has the quaint charm of a private house. This luxury hotel was conceived by Pierre Moussié, his fist hotel project, his wife Elodie and their good friend Sophie Richard.
The building of the 1850s found the fundamentals of its urban architecture with carved balconies and dark parquet floors in the 18 rooms and common areas.
The style is very warm, with palm Parisian motifs and velvet carpet inspired by the designs of Madeleine Castaing. The lighting is signed by Hugues Rambert, while the plush furniture was mottled with taste. We find here and there some retro borrowings of the 50s.
Although the large cocktail bar adjacent to the restaurant occupies the entire ground floor, even absorbing the reception, you can find in each guest rooms an amazing marble bar, with integrated ice maker to prepare their own drinks. The recipes are available but you can also hire the barman so he can come and create your cocktail while you are enjoying your room.
You can also enjoy the terrace coffee / beer garden, very quiet and sunny at lunchtime. From the grilled seafood to the french pastry, here you will find your happiness.
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