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HOTEL LA MAISON FAVART
Atelier Jean-Luc Bras in partnership with Exclusive Interiors designed a marvelous compilation of interiors for the contemporary urban voyager.
Paris needs no foreword, but this alluring hotel featuring 18th century Parisian interiors brings onward the city’s prospective to inspire and push luxury design continually forward. The fascinating La Maison Favart Hotel in Paris is redolent of an epoch still visible in the details, lifestyle and dreams of the city’s inhabitants.
With a name borrowed from the founders of the Comic Opera in Paris – the famous Monsieur and Madame Favart – this enthralling hotel showcases an imposing design that was based on respect for a time long gone. Rekindling the flame of romance in the city of love, this cluster of public and private spaces still preserve the traditional charm, yet elegantly displays it within a contemporary design frame.
With 37 bedrooms each flaunting a different design, a hypnotizing relaxation bath, sauna, fitness room, an Honesty Bar and a conference room, the hotel is prepared to offer its guests an exclusive stay. Right in the heart of Paris, the hotel is said to be “a theatrical jewel-box, rich in detail yet discreet” imagined to be unraveled within this beautiful building dating back to 1824.
Colors, textures and fabrics were mixed and matched to produce a feeling of awe, inspired by the everlasting Parisian chic. Rich reds, chocolate hues and a carefully chosen collection of fine-striped heavy curtains lining the windows create a sophisticated atmosphere to relax in. Some spaces were defined using bronze, gold and crimson nuances reminiscent of opera sets, others surprise a Bohemian feel. Clasic or Deluxe bedrooms, Suites or Duplexes where velvet and satin mingle with cozy textures and brilliantly luxurious colors, they’re all prepared to guide your journey through the charm of 18th century Paris while indulging in modern travel possibilities.
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