Visit the Design in Paris with Maison Valentina – Eat | Sleep | Relax – One of the most visited cities in the world, Paris, deserves a special mention in our blog this November. Scroll down and find out our tips and suggestions for EquipHotel week, where to sleep, eat, visit and relax.
We will be present with our partners BRABBU, LUXXU, DELIGHTFULL and others and now we present some suggestions so that you can enjoy the best that the city has to give. Since we are talking about design we start with:
Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athenee
Check the room with a fleet of flying-saucer-style chrome banquettes and an oversized hooded loveseat. Fresh, daring, and attractive, the new space has a certain 1960s retro-Futurist charm.
Michelin star owner, Mathieu Pacaud’s seeks to elevate the haute cuisine style to the highest level in Paris. Designed by interior architects Patrick Gilles and Dorothée Boissier, some graphics and space features were inspired by Alice in Wonderland.
Every detail of the Jouin-Manku design complements this sensory experience. Upon entering, customers discover a whole white cocoon, which acts as a blank screen for the menu. Covering the walls and ceiling with white fabric, they create a slight cloud impression, while in the center is an elliptical crystal, apparently suspended in the air.
With classic French style, added to 1950s details, the Hôtel Providence is housed in a building dating back to 1854 and was designed by the owners: the successful restaurateur Pierre Moussié (Chez Jeannette, Le Mansart and Brasserie Barbès), his wife Élodie and his friend Sophie Richard. “We kept the original structure, its architectural elements (stucco and ornate balconies) and its history,” says Sophie.
Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris
The Four Seasons, Hotel George V, Paris, a historical building constructed in 1928, offers 244 luxury rooms, a collection of fine art and refined fine cuisine alongside the Champs-Élysées.