• Hôtel Paradis, Paris.


    Posted on 18th January, by Dana Tomić Hughes in interior design, travel. 2 Comments

     

    Hôtel Paradis, Paris.

     

    Hôtel Paradis, Paris.

     

    Hôtel Paradis, Paris.

     

    Hôtel Paradis, Paris.

     

    Hôtel Paradis, Paris.

     

     

    Hôtel Paradis in Paris is a boutique hotel in the capital’s 10th arrondissement, recently transformed by French designer Dorothée Meilichzon. Ms Meilichzon successfully combined vintage, mid-century and modern elements to create a rich interior that is high in personality. All the rooms feature hand-painted wallpaper and bespoke fabrics, beds and carpets designed by Meilichzon herself, who also designed the beautiful glass graphics in the hotel foyer.

     

     

    Hôtel Paradis, Paris.

     

    Hôtel Paradis, Paris.

     

    Hôtel Paradis, Paris.

     

     

    I love all the furniture and lighting selections throughout the hotel – beautiful, classic and elegant, these pieces are instrumental in pulling the quirky and slightly off-beat look together. One bit of criticism from me – I wish all the pendants were hanging lower. They just look a bit silly sitting so high, which happens to be one of my personal pet-hates.

     

     

    Hôtel Paradis, Paris.

     

    Hôtel Paradis, Paris.

     

    Hôtel Paradis, Paris.

     

     

    Anyway, if I tell you this hotel is quite affordable (rooms start from €68) perhaps you might turn a blind eye at the said pendants. Who knows, next time you’re in Paris and looking for a fun and affordable place to stay, you might even chose to stay here.

    Hôtel Paradis | 41, rue des Petites-Écuries | 75010 Paris, France


    [Photography by Kristen Pelou, courtesy of Hôtel Paradis and Dorothée Meilichzon.]





  • 2 Responses to “Hôtel Paradis, Paris.”

    1. sarah-jane says:

      ridiculously beautiful!!

    2. Nathan says:

      Yeah I’d Stay :)



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