Text by Lime Mistral. Photos by CP.
If our capital cruelly lacks ambitious projects, it has loads of little treasures that just need to be discovered. Evidently the Hotel Joyce is one of them. Designed and renovated by Architect and Interior Designer Philippe Maidenberg, the hotel establishment is an audacious mix of comfort, elegance and decoration winks.
If you need to be convinced, just have a look at the three clocks designed by George Nelson and manufactured by Vitra or the African armchair by Cheick Diallo. As for the optic fiber that illuminates the parquet floor, it takes you to a parlor curled up next to a stone wall – Designer Guild sofas and Polspotten ceiling lights. All the originality lies in the Eiffel style dining room. Located under a vast glass roof, it contains Thonet 50s armchairs, leather seats from old cars and Girard wooden dolls… The 44 rooms of the hotel including a junior suite are each different in colors and furniture and express a cozy comfort always in the spirit of the hotel.
Bright and poetic, the Joyce Hotel is a setting protected from the heated Parisian life, away from the noise. Evenings are soft and quiet for moments of serenity not far from the theaters of the 9th district of Paris. A hundred meters away only, don’t hesitate to walk in the restaurant Les Comédiens… not very Artravel style, but no problem, we love it! And Charly the boss will know how to welcome you with class…