Behind a façade of a Parisian building from 1830, in the heart of the right bank of the Seine in Paris, halfway between Montmartre, the Opera Garnier and the Louvre Museum, I will welcome you to my Bed and Breakfast located in my family apartment where I live.
As soon as you arrive, you will be immersed in a warm atmosphere of a family home, where we love to spend our holidays, have a break, breathe, and at last feel time go by; one where furniture, collections of paintings, family and collected objects mix together to create a charming setting for your stay.
Located on the 3rd floor, accessible by a wooden spiral staircase dating from the 19th century or a glass elevator
you will enter into my typically Parisian 19th-century apartment.
At the end of your journey or after the effervescence of Parisian life
I will welcome you to my apartment, with its classic and contemporary décor and elegant and relaxed atmosphere.
To start, head to the turquoise library lounge for a moment of sharing.
The place is cozy and restful for the soul, sitting peacefully in the armchairs with a glass in hand, a cup or a book in front of the bookcase, it will be my pleasure to recommend a local restaurant, an exhibition or a walk.
Influence of 19th-century Romanticism in the gallery leading to the bedrooms
illustrated with original sketches of costume studies for the opera, between contemporary smoked oak parquet flooring and walls and paneling painted in stormy blue.
At the end of the day, you will be able to enjoy the cozy-chic atmosphere of the turquoise library lounge with its neoclassical aesthetic
where the mix of genres, bright colors and the Empire-inspired leopard print carpet create a relaxing setting for a coffee, tea or herbal tea while browsing our selection of art books and Paris guidebooks.
Gaze wondrously at the strange and never-before-seen objects
intriguing relics, entomological collection, witch mirrors, shells and trophies … elegance nestled in detail.
Mix of period, styles, materials and colors…
the mix sounds good creating a “cabinet of curiosities” atmosphere.