If you need some design inspiration, take a look on Hotel Providence that encourages guests to take possession of their luxurious Parisian “pied-à-terre” in this amazing interior design project. The Penthouse suite, with a private foyer, has a cool sitting area – beautiful MAYA velvet armchairs and MAYA sofa from BRABBU’s collection, – a full appointed cocktail bar, even a desk record player with a selection of vinyl records.
Closer to Canal Saint Martin and the upper Marais than to any of the typical tourist destinations — the new Providence Hotel in Paris is largely uncharted territory for hotels, and there’s no better feeling for a boutique hotelier than breaking new ground, has Pierre Moussié has discovered.
This 5-star hotel has 18 rooms, including 2 junior suites and a large suite, was individually decorated with designer fabric and vintage furniture design. They provide warm settings along with modern comfort, and the large suite offers a beautiful postcard view of Paris, its roofs and Montmartre.
Architect Philippe Medioni breathed new life into this once-derelict space, decorating the hospitality design in a style that’s pure urban Parisian romance, retro-influenced but devoid of kitsch — palm wallpaper by House of Hackney and Madeleine Castaing carpets if you’re a connoisseur.
The hotel interior feature quality furniture, modern sofas, leather chairs and a bold wallpaper. In the dining area, several lighting points turn the ambiance into a cozy, intimate place. There are also many artworks hanging on the walls, contrasting with the wall pattern.
The reception of one of the best hotels in France is joined together with the restaurant and bar in one single large space with the aspect of a homely parlor with flickering candles, a crackling fireplace and the faint scent of mint, leather, and wood. The sitting area next to the fireplace invites guests to linger in the velvet sofas on cold days.
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