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G&G _ Magazine - Boutique Hotels, October 2018

THE BEST BOUTIQUE HOTELS IN PARIS


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Historical iconic style The Villa Casa Casuarina projected by the architect Alden Freeman, was the house of the famous Italian fashion designer, Gianni Versace. Today, The Villa operates as a luxury boutique hotel, restaurant and event space

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L'Hôtel The epitome of French style, L’Hotel is the ultimate luxury boutique hotel. Intimate and private, L’Hotel is the smallest five-star hotel in Paris, and has been a secret hideaway over the past two centuries for many famous faces. With interiors designed by the inimitable Jacques Garcia, the 20 bedrooms are all unique and luxurious, finished with exquisite materials and painstaking detail. Nestled in the heart of the Left Bank, amidst the cultural riches, bohemian soul and high fashion of St Germain-des-Prés, L’Hotel is ideally situated to experience the art and culture of Paris.

13 Rue des Beaux-Arts, 75006 - Paris


Plaza Athénée The Plaza Athénée is an elegant and timeless destination offering guests an unforgettable experience on the prestigious avenue Montaigne, the tree-lined boulevard of French fashion. The hotel looks to the future and considers how best to integrate the iconic palace into the modern world without betraying the heritage of the property. The challenge here was to subtly enhance the Hotel’ homely atmosphere for its current guests whilst considering a style that would appeal to the following generations.

25 Avenue Montaigne, 75008 - Paris


Eiffel Blomet Hotel The architecture of the building alone embodies this golden age in the decorative arts, blending aesthetic balance and quiet ornamental compositions. Much more than a pretext, it was something self-evident. The renovated building could only pay homage to the «1930s» style by reviving and transcending it. This approach was adopted by the interior architect Bruno Borrione, already known for his remarkable work on the Prince de Galles and the Royal Monceau, among others. Here he has provided a «new reading» of Art Deco style, taking care not to fall into literal quotation.

78 Rue Blomet, 75015 – Paris


Saint James Paris Bambi Sloan, a designer like no other, has invented the “crazy chic” style for this hotel. With incredible imagination and absolute mastery in genre blending, in mixing colours and sketches, she stops at nothing! Hijacking codes, blending boldness and chic, skillfully manipulating trompe-l’œil, take part of realization of the Saint James Paris.

5 Place du Chancelier Adenauer, 75116 - Paris


Monte Cristo This remarkable hotel draws on the exuberant character of its author, the Count of Monte-Cristo. The high standards for its completion can be measured in the sophisticated details. The craftsmanship, the fabrics produced with our own prints, the design and the manufacture of items of furniture and lights have all contributed to this journey back in time. When guests enter the hotel, they are greeted by trophies of stuffed animals, like a curiosity cabinet. The materials used, such as velvets, earthenware tiles, mural dyes and floor.

20-22 Rue Pascal, 75005 – Paris


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Hotel des Grands Boulevards Hotel des Grands Boulevards is a sumptuous space featuring 50 bedrooms, a restaurant and a rooftop terrace designed by Dorothée Meilichzon. Inspired by building’s history without falling into the cliché Louis XVI style, the interior seduces the senses bridging the gap between romanticism & aristocracy with a gentle nod to the mischievous.

17 Boulevard Poissonniere, 75002 - Paris


Made By Pen is an exciting Australian-based design studio that creates original, architecturally inspiredproducts through a unique collaborative process. Partnering with Australia’s most passionate designers and architects Made By Pen’s vision is to make Australian design world-renowned. Made By Pen’s current staple of designers include awarded designers and architects Nick Rennie, Helen Kontouris, Jim Hannon-Tan, Stefan Bagnoli, and Michael Ong. Made By Pen creates products that are as conceptually rigorous as they are aesthetically elegant. Both design-forward and problem solving, Made By Pen is continuously seeking opportunity to produce where there is need and to break traditional category conventions.

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Sway by Nick Rennie Sway is a contemporary floor lamp. It is rechargeable, portable and able to be used indoor and outdoor. The globular base which teeters back and forth when knocked, delivers an unexpected playful edge. RRP $799 USD

Linea by Jim Hannon-Tan Linea by Jim Hannon-Tan is a multi-purpose tabletop organiser inspired by Oscar Niemeyer’s National Congress building and its sleek, modern lines. The interchangeable components and simple design create a flexible, functional answer to keeping clutter organised. From RRP $110 USD

Field by Helen Kontouris An elegant serving tray with rotating timber tiers. The design inspiration is borne from a thousand year old history of agriculture carved into cultivated landscapes. From an aerial view, the natural timber grains represent the stratum forms of landscape terrains. The rotating tiers invite a tradition of food sharing and bringing people together. RRP $350 USD


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