Classic hotels

Classic hotels get a new look. Great designers are refurbishing traditional hotels and giving them a new look.

Updating Parisian hotels while retaining their unique character, turning classical decor into trendy decor … These are sometimes the challenges facing designers commissioned to rethink the decoration of a hotel.

How to refurbish a hotel and retain its essential character? Philippe Starck renovated the public areas of the prestigious Hôtel Meurice. The French designer and decorator was commissioned to make the reception area, restaurant and winter garden more welcoming and glamorous. In collaboration with his daughter Ara, he opted for warm colours and golden shades. By adding a contemporary touch, the designer created a balance between modernity and tradition.

A collector of art and precious objects, the French architect and decorator Jacques Garcia designed the bedrooms and reception areas of the Fouquet’s Barrière. Familiar with the hotel world, he refurbished the rooms and areas in the art deco style, using precious marble, velvet and a few touches of gold.
Sometimes, the charm of the past is a source of inspiration for decorators. At the Pradey, the architect Vincent Bastie made use of urban materials that can be seen in Paris (zinc, the stone of Haussmann facades, etc.), and the haute couture lingerie designer Chantal Thomass brought a touch of boudoir glamour to two suites at the hotel. A fan of pink, black, satin and velvet, the fashion designer has revived the crazy atmosphere of nights at the Moulin rouge in the suite ‘Cabaret’ and pays tribute to dancers at the Palais Garnier in the suite ‘Opéra’.
The Hôtel Placide entrusted its decor to the interior designer Bruno Borrione, a close collaborator of Starck, who has worked on several of the world’s top hotels. The designer combines the spirit of an end-of-century house with a resolutely contemporary tone, bringing both an intimate and trendy touch to the establishment.

Le Royal Monceau

Le Royal Monceau-Raffles Paris © Le Royal Monceau

Since its creation in 1928, Le Royal Monceau has welcomed prestigious celebrities: Coco Chanel, Ernest Hemingway, Joséphine Baker, Walt Disney ... It was also popular with Parisian intellectuals. Art and culture reigned here! Over the years, Le Royal Monceau has become one of the most celebrated luxury hotels in Paris, both for its attentive service and for its clientele.
French designer Philippe Starck was given carte blanche to refurbish the hotel. Famous for his ability to marry old and modern, in objects and atmosphere, the designer sought to perpetuate the artistic soul of the prestigious establishment. Each bedroom tells a story or a scenario linked to creativity. Bookshop, cinema, gallery and cultural services … Areas devoted to art are also available to guests.

Le Royal Monceau Raffles Paris 5/5 Palace

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35-37 avenue Hoche, Paris, 75008

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The Royal Monceau - Raffles Paris, just 2 steps away from the Arc de Triomphe and the Champs-Élysées is a 5 star and......

Hôtel Lutetia 5/5 Palace

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45 boulevard Raspail, Paris, 75006

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Located at the heart of the iconic Saint-Germain-des-Prés, the Hotel Lutetia re-opened its doors in 2018. Founded in 1910, the......

Nolinski Paris 5/5

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16 avenue de l’Opéra, Paris, 75001

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In the heart of historical Paris, among history and Haussmann elegance, lies a spot rich with art and French lifestyle: the......

Le Roch Hotel & Spa 5/5

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28 rue Saint Roch, Paris, 75001

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Nestled in the heart of the 1st arrondissement in Paris, Le Roch's classic, elegant silhouette stands between Place Vendôme and......

Hôtel San Régis 5/5

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12 rue Jean Goujon, Paris, 75008

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The Hôtel San Régis is in an exceptional location in Paris's Golden Triangle, a few steps from the luxury boutiques of Avenue......

Hôtel Le Walt 4/5

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37 avenue de la Motte-Picquet, Paris, 75007

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The hotel Le Walt, 4 stars boutique-hotel, makes you discover the Painter’s Art of Living. Modern and warm, our establishment......

Pullman Paris Montparnasse 4/5

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19 rue du Commandant René Mouchotte, Paris, 75014

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After 3 years of full transformation, Pullman Paris Montparnasse is opening soon. With its new design, a new state-of-the-art......

Hôtel Mayfair 4/5

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3 rue Rouget de L'Isle, Paris, 75001

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Situated in Paris' central 1st arrondissement between the Place Vendôme and the Place de la Concorde, near the Louvre Museum and......

Villa Eugénie - Machefert Group 4/5

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167 rue de Rome, Paris, 75017

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The Villa Eugénie boasts classic 19th century Parisian architecture. Being located on a corner, it receives a lot of sunlight and......

The Peninsula Paris 5/5 Palace

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19 avenue Kléber, Paris, 75116

The Peninsula Hotels group makes a noteworthy entrance in Europe with the opening of Peninsula Paris. This hotel, open since 1......

Hôtel Barrière Le Fouquet’s Paris 5/5

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46 avenue George V, Paris, 75008

The Hotel Barrière Le Fouquet's Paris and its famous brasserie offer the ideal setting for authentic Parisian stays, with ......