Extend the daydream thanks to a series of poetic enigmas dispersed round the hotel in its atmosphere of warmth and charm. Listen as it whispers delightful and engaging stories about Paris, its rich history and its glorious monuments. As a privileged spectator, the poetic enigmas reveal to you the precious keys to the discovery and understanding of the city.
Nestled in the Trinité neighbourhood, a few short steps away from the temples of shopping, this luxurious and beautifully designed hotel of 29 guest rooms offers you, in the space of an enchanted night, the ideal extension of the city and its magic.
In the intimacy of your room, you suddenly become the privileged guest of the Musée d’Orsay, the Moulin-Rouge, the Eiffel Tower or the Garnier Opera House, each delicately evoked by an innovative and amazing approach to design and staging. The "Musée d'Orsay" room : under the gaze of the monumental station clock, a few, artfully-chosen photographs are a reminder of the Orsay's splendid statuary. As you soak in the artistic atmosphere, in soothing hues of grey and beige, you realise your wish has come true. Tonight, you're a privileged guest inside the famous museum, a temple to the glory of 19th century art.The "Opera de Paris" room : welcome backstage... to the inner sanctum, where the corps de ballet goes through its paces. Over the bed is the Opera Garnier's trademark oeil-de-boeuf window; underfoot,solid oak parquet. The room is delightfully dressed: mirrors, a ballet barre and satin pumpsall add to the ambiance. Go on, live out your dreams...The "Moulin Rouge" room : a large-as-life poster from the famous cabaret, the flame-red drapes, and the tip of a windmill's sail... together, they conjure up the Paris of oh-là-là. This is a room that oozesromance -and makes you feel as though the Cancan girls might come dancing through thedoor at any moment...The "Eiffel Tower" room : from the marl-grey carpet and headboard of silvered wood struts, to the bathroom's midnight blue ambiance, every detail has been chosen to suggest the fin-de-siècle eleganceof Eiffel's Iron Lady. You'll appreciate the harmonious lines -and the spectacular illusion ofbeing high above the city.The "Trocadero" room : in a celebration of the Palais de Chaillot, this room echoes the high chic of the 1930s, featuring stained glass detailing above the bed, an elegant palette of black and gold and anart deco-inspired carpet. Close your eyes, and you can picture the play of the fountains inthe Jardins du Trocadéro...The "Artist's Studio" room : what could be more Parisian than sleeping under the eaves of an artist's attic studio? (We're talking famous artist, obviously.) With blank canvases propping up your pillow, anda carpet splashed with vibrant (and make-believe) gouache, it's a playful nod at the artisticspark that has always burned brightly in the City of Light. Find your own inspiration in this,the hotel's most spacious bedroom.
From the airport Roissy Charles de Gaulle: take RER train B direction Massy-Palaiseau. Get off at Câtelet. Switch to metro 14, direction St Lazare. Get off at St. Lazare and take metro 13 direction St Denis ou Asnières. Get off the metro at Liège (1st stop). Take rue d'Amsterdam to the left, walk down rue d'Amsterdam for 3 minutes, then keep right until you find rue de Parme. The hotel is on the corner between rue de Parme and rue d'Amsterdam.