Located within one of France’s thriving historic center’s, the Madeleine Quarter, the recently re-furbished Hotel Chavanel is a serene haven of hushed tranquility – the perfect escape from the every day chaos of Parisian life.
In collaboration with architects Anne Peyroux and Emmanuele Thisy hotel owner Sophie Charlet, has re-imagined the twenty-seven room boutique hotel, promising an unforgettable experience for each and every guest. Following a large scale renovation and refurbishment the hotel has been transformed through a contemporary lens.
Focusing on lavish furnishings and sumptuous fabrics creating a simply Parisian aesthetic, whilst the leitmotif running through each of the twenty-seven rooms draws inspiration from the lacework archives of textile specialist Sophie Hallette other aspects of the softenings borrow ideas from the realm of men’s tailoring – think wool cloth curtains, shimmering velvet panels and silky handmade cashmere.
Whilst the bathrooms are kept light, pure and simplistic, it is apparent that this is a theme which re-occurs across the hotel. So whilst a harmonic water wall in the foyer keeps the sound of the city out, a theme of luminosity throughout the hotel creates a relaxing environment for the perfect stay in Paris.
When hunger strikes, a 100% organic breakfast can be found served in the stone walled vaulted cellar on the lower ground floor of the hotel and with so many mouth-watering (whilst healthy) options to choose from, it’s the prefect start to a jam-packed day of sightseeing, or a heavy day of shopping.
Located a short walk away from the hub of Paris and with twenty four hour check in and shuttle buses to and from the airport, Hotel Chavanel encompasses all you need for the perfect city break. To find out more head to HotelChavanel.com.