HOTEL PANACHE | PARIS

Paris hotel, CURVED BEDHEADS, retro style, ART NOUVEAU furniture, HOTEL PANACHE, pastel colors in interior, retro phone
Paris hotel, CURVED BEDHEADS, retro style, ART NOUVEAU furniture, HOTEL PANACHE, pastel colors in interior,
Paris hotel, CURVED BEDHEADS, retro style, ART NOUVEAU furniture, HOTEL PANACHE, pastel colors in interior, retro phone
Paris hotel, CURVED BEDHEADS, retro style, ART NOUVEAU furniture, HOTEL PANACHE, pastel colors in interior
Paris hotel, CURVED BEDHEADS, retro style, ART NOUVEAU furniture, HOTEL PANACHE, pastel colors in interior, retro phone
Paris hotel, CURVED BEDHEADS, retro style, ART NOUVEAU furniture, HOTEL PANACHE, pastel colors in interior, retro phone
Paris hotel, CURVED BEDHEADS, retro style, ART NOUVEAU furniture, HOTEL PANACHE, pastel colors in interior, retro phone

Thomas Jefferson once said, “A walk about Paris will provide lessons in history, beauty, and in the point of life.”

Indeed, we are blinded by it’s beauty. Take a walk with us through one of the most outstanding Parisian hotels, hotel Panache. Inspired by Art Nouveau, this beauty is located just 10 min walk from the famous Galeries Lafayette and close to the Grand Boulevards.

Designed by Dorothée Meilichzon, all the rooms are different and every pieces of furniture is so individual and well-planned. Luxury and silk linens, fine textures, geometric mirrors, amazing patterns, curvy and elongated lines… She didn’t hesitate to mix and match. Metal and cane bed head is specially made and complements with a modern, ceiling lightning. The wallpapers, behind the bed, includes much of the highly stylised symbols that highlights every room. Black, antique phone add timeless style and vintage look. Let your day begin with a delicious croissant and a cup of fresh coffee. For dessert, chocolates of La Mere de Famille, the oldest chocolate factory in Paris, will satisfy any chocoholic’s craving.

Bon appétit and hope you enjoy your stay.


WORDS: Korana Miscevic Pişkin

DESIGN: Dorothée Meilichzon

PHOTOGRAPHY: Romain Ricard

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