Hôtel Panache – Room

Hôtel des Faubourgs

Dressing the corner of rue du Faubourg Montmartre and rue Geoffroy Marie, the Panache is living in Paris. Here bubbling day and night, crossroads of trends and multiple destinations. Not far from the Grands Boulevards, where auctions of Drouot, theaters everywhere. And soul of the Paris mob. One small numbers of naked women, feathers and cabaret dancers animating the Folies Bergeres magazines for over a century, Josephine Baker who spent, which was playing the famous Cabaret Sam Mendes, where headliners jazz, pop and humor still occur in two steps. Flagship, the old Opera Madrid has shed its skin, leaving Panache 36 windows on life and Paris.

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Hôtel Panache – Room

Le Panache, Trip hotel

The prism is triangular. A figure seven story corner building from the late nineteenth, new address, after the Hotel Paradis, Adrien Gloaguen. Revisiting the time codes, the Panache falls in love with Art Nouveau, adapts to the tastes of the day and adds its current key.

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In a street level, a huge counter walnut, blackened wood, marble and brass makes the link between the restaurant and the hotel. On the left, the old Zazou pastry has turned into neighborhood table under the leadership of David Lanher. Right, the hotel reception and glass ball lamps recalls the friendly Viennese coffee Adolf Loos.

In bottom line, the idea of a refuge. Ranked timeless. Where rust benches become first class carriages, where the stools are safari and guide books library prevails throughout Paris. A framework and a unique stylistic aesthetic signed Dorothee Meilichzon.

Hôtel Panache – Room

Partnerships

Cultivating the good spirit of the suburbs, the Panache uses the craftsmen of the area. Breakfast, the dessert menu are signed NOGLU, the first gluten -free Parisian restaurant ( Passage des Panoramas ) designed by Frédérique Jules . And the mini- bars, there are also chocolates of La Mere de Famille, the oldest chocolate factory in Paris . Stationery and choice of pen and pencil signed La Petite Papeterie Francaise.

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Hôtel Panache – Reception

Directed by Dorothée Meilichzon

Refusing to easy repetition, Dorothée Meilichzon realizes with Panache its fourth hotel in Paris. Inspired by the Flatiron Building in New York, monument in terms of corner building, the interior designer prints on the walls geometric rhythms, asserts her with arrows, scatters its shots heart, plays with lines laying a carpet patterned mini triangles, and shuffleboard games with its amazing mirrors on offices and nightstands. A new modernity tinged with a slight retro parigot.

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