Sofitel Paris Le Faubourg re-launches with new design
Last month, Sofitel Le Faubourg in Paris re-launched after an extensive re-design by interior designer Didier Gomez, renowned for his work with luxury fashion houses Louis Vuitton, Dior and Kenzo. The new look has been inspired by the fashion cues of the hotel’s neighbourhood and has been designed to resemble an exclusive Parisian couture house.
Located in the city’s Saint-Honoré district and nestled among high fashion houses and fine jewelry workshops and boutiques, it is just minutes from the Paris’s preferred art and culture venues such as the Place de la Concorde, the Tuileries Gardens, the mythical Champs Elysées and the Grand Palais Galleries.
The neighbouring 18th-century townhouse and 19th-century building that now house the hotel Sofitel Paris Le Faubourg once shared little more than an adjoining wall. For over two decades this was home to the editorial offices of Marie Claire magazine.
The newly designed hotel boasts 147 rooms including the couture apartment, the hotel’s top suite, which has been designed to recreate the harmony and quiet of a Parisian couture house. The brand’s MyBed concept which consists of a mattress, a featherover-mattress, a duvet and pillows in order to slide into the heart of a nest, amongst its down and feathers is available in all the rooms.
The luxury Paris hotel will also launch a new restaurant called ‘Stay’. The menu has been designed by triple Michelin star Parisian chef Yannick Alleno inspired by his world travels. The hotel’s bar is a lunchtime favorite with advertising execs and fashionistas. In the evening, business men and women appreciate the chic yet relaxed ambiance, perfect for unwinding with a creative cocktail or chatting comfortably to the sound of lounge music.
Sofitel Paris Le Faubourg, 15 Boissy d’Anglas St, 75008 Paris, France, sofitel-paris-lefaubourg.com
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