La Maison Champs Elysées Hotel in Paris, France

November 4, 2011 by

Positioned between Avenue Montaigne and the Grand Palais, the Maison Champs Elysées opens the doors to an innovative world of lavishness and charm, a tranquil ambiance in which simplicity is improved by an amazing concentration to detail. It is a place that tells a narrative, the interiors of this extraordinary hotel are carefully arranged like a lively, stimulating theatrical production.

Ornamented by Martin Margiela, the Maison Champs Elysées effectively unites traditional and ultramodern styles to create a chic, calming atmosphere. The bouncy furnishings, extraordinary environment and outstanding service make this a delightful place, to which you are sure to want to revisit.

The Maison Champs Elysées is in the heart of Paris’s “Golden Triangle.” Beautiful luxury stores and top fashion designers, the Grand Palais, the Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre and many more of Paris’s wonders are a short walk from this superb hotel that offers a dream like bubble of serenity in the middle of the city.

The rooms at this Parisian Hotel are split into two categories: Boutique Collection and Couture Collection. Boutique Collection offers 40 renovated rooms, from Junior Suite Boutique to Superior Boutique. The Couture Collection are 17 rooms and suites designed by Martin Margiela, from Lost Mouldings Suite to Deluxe Couture.

The Deluxe Couture rooms are decorated by fashion designer Martin Margiela. These six outstanding rooms are motivated by the art of trompe-l’œil. The light beige wool carpet is printed with a Persian rug in shades of red offering a wonderful trompe-l’œil bedside rug. The wall above the bed is decorated by three squares of painted light, giving the illusion of sunlight streaming in from the bordering windows. A dexterous balance between valuable, natural materials and a striking style create a delightful ambiance of light and immeasurable peace.

Restaurant & Bar la Table du 8 offers: La Table du 8 Restaurant, Breakfast, The White Lounge, The Cigar Bar, The Patio, and The Bar.

La Table du 8 Restaurant plays on complementary materials and textures: the concrete floor and poured concrete walls are balanced by outwardly buoyant furniture: square tables with metal bases give the deception that they are floating. The decoration has touches of the dreamlike, expertly combining classic armchairs and wing chairs, oversized moldings and imaginary doors painted in the background and the graphic effect of material representing false ceilings and alcoves printed with an infinite series of cubes. Guests are welcomed to take pleasure in the sophisticated, munificent cuisine of chef Benoît Hilaire. His creations unite innovation and minimalism with imaginative opulence and fresh organization. A cooking treat, this wonderful restaurant offers stunning looking food with breathtaking flavors.

Once guests enter, the first signs of this enchanting, dramatic world are clear. The fruit of a teamwork with fashion designer Martin Margiela, this hotel’s dramatic decor is full of lively surprises and provides a magnificent atmosphere for your stay in Paris. Their considerate and extremely professional staff offer commendable service and make every effort to guarantee that you have an outstanding stay.

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