Axel Schoenert architectes was commissioned to refurbish the Hôtel Paris Gare de l’Est. Zsofia Varnagy and Axel Schoenert completely redesigned the hotel, from the architectural reorganization of the spaces to the interior design. The rooms are available in four different tints, inspired by spring’s freshness and colors. Each one is equipped with an elegant and chic bathroom, and they present a unique and welcoming atmosphere.
Next to the department stores and theatres, this hotel designed by Dorothée Meilichzon in response to a commission from Julie and Adrien Gloaguen takes its inspiration from a quote from Jules Renard: ‘Just add to two letters to Paris and your in Paradis[e]’.
The Parisian architect Eric Haourn trans- formed this former art space into a 5-star hotel, a rst in the north-east of the capital. The XXL portholes of the 1960s façade were preserved, giving the hotel its distinctive look and opening up impressive views from the bedrooms.
Tucked away in an Art Deco building in the Belleville area, this new-generation hostel combines stylish design, the work of architect- designer Kristian Gavoille, with affordable prices. A bed in a room for 8 costs 20 Euros and the price for one of the seven double rooms available starts at 100 Euros.
The Paris Bercy Ibis Style is the Accor hotel group’s brand for those who want to ‘consume better’. The ‘all-in’ offer includes breakfast and Internet access. Bright and dynamic, each Ibis Style has its own personality with simplicity and conviviality the watchwords.
C.O.Q, Community Of Quality, a cosy and connected establishment, is the work of Pauline d’Hoop and Delphine Sauvaget from Agence Favorite. The aim was to open a relaxed, quality hotel that has a touch of the family home. Every last detail counts, from the black&white carpet to the brass taps, to the 50s-style wardrobes and Charlotte Perriand wall lights.