HOTEL DU MINISTERE PARIS
L’Hôtel du Ministère is already a well-known hotel in Paris, but the owner recently bought the property next door and completely rebuilt it with the help of François Champseur, a famous interior architect known for Hôtel Vernet among others. What we see in the new building is a lot of light and a color palette that would make Mondriaan very happy: a lot of red, blue and yellow. Well, in the breakfast room because the rooms are dominated by white, black, orange and a nice bright color accent on the cushions of Wrong for Hay, designed by Nathalie du Pasquier. There’s a variety of room types inside the building and the most luxurious rooms have a view to the starts from the bed. Because of my somewhat late reservation only the smallest room was available and it was already so wonderful, can you imagine if you book a larger room or suite. On the floor there’s a white wooden floor which I adore and the long window with views over the quiet street in front of the hotel really strikes you. The bed is large and perfect for a blissful night of sleep, there’s a nice chair for you to do some reading after a day in the city and I was pleasantly surprised by the large black dot painted on the wall where they had mounted the television on. A very good idea to hide your television. The shower was good, there’s a separate toilet and the minibar was completely free (except for the champagne). The location is superb: you’re close to the Rue Faubourg St Honore which brings you to Comme des Garcons, COS and &Other Stories in a few minutes. Highly recommended!
From 300 euro per night, check out: www.ministerehotel.com