Hotel Designer - Hotel Architect – Maidenberg Architecture

Paris at the beach

December-January 2009-2010

At the entrance, the 200 miniature Eiffel towers that constitute the desk set the humorous tone imagined by Philippe Maidenberg, an architect already known for several hotels with the same group. Then, the ipe parquet and the carpet, sprinkled with fiber optics, the Designers Guild sofas and the big Jieldé in chrome sow a bit of excentricity all the way to the amusing breakfast room beneath a glass roof: armchairs made of 4×4 seats saved from the junkyard, mirrors, a fake plant-covered wall and a huge winding cotton wool cloud. With the starred staircase, the bedrooms covered up with trompe-l’oeils, Fornasetti tiles, Prince de Galles carpet… Humor sets the tone of these 44 rooms. From 139 € to 229 €.