Whether you’re escaping for a romantic getaway or a cultural experience, Paris is definitely one of the most beautiful and popular destinations in Europe and is admired by people of all ages.
My fourth and final hotel of my Destination Europe feature is Hotel Panache designed by industrial design hero Dorothée Meilichzon.
Set in a seven story nineteenth century corner building in the centre of Paris, this hotel oozes flamboyant character with playful prints and a timeless colour palette mixed with a retro art nouveau theme. The reception and restaurant area is decorated with a classic dark parquet floor inlayed with geometric tiles along with a modern take on art nouveau panelling finished off with a gold trim and soft velvets.
Dorothée Meilichzon’s truly unique style encapsulates every inch of this hotel from the futuristic angled mirrors that line the corridors to the decorative rattan headboards in every room.
The geometric rhythms continue with each room being beautifully styled with accents of gold and black light fittings and fixtures set against bespoke wallpaper. From single rooms to family suites, every space has it’s own unique pattern and beautiful felted upholstery for each guest to put their feet up and pause for thought while they soak up their surroundings. The bathrooms boast full size tubs and floor to ceiling tiles making it the perfect place to relax after touring the streets of Paris.
With a gorgeous website to match, book yourself in for a taste of pure Parisian paradise this summer.
I’m already looking for flights!