If you’ve been to Paris, there might be a chance you’ve gazed over The Hoxton hotel, wondering if, just maybe, you could make this amazing space into your full-time abode. I know I have. I plan on visiting lifestyle and design trade fair, Maison & Objet this coming September and the first hotel I google to search for accommodation with The Hoxton.
Opening its doors on the Rue du Sentier (I’m saying this in a French Yorkshire accent), this stunning 18th-century building boasts 172 bedrooms, 2 courtyards, a modern French brasserie (Rivié) and Jacque’s Bar.
In terms of design, the place is possibly the most stunning hotel I’ve ever seen. Celebrating the original features of the historic building, it has an immense amount of character and charm. Reclaimed oak chevron flooring runs throughout, while contemporary wall features and rich jewel-toned statement furniture bring the space up to date.
Whether you stay in the Shoebox, Cosy, Roomy and Biggy, all the rooms embrace the quirks of the Parisian architecture, from the high ceilings to the views of the courtyard and terraces. You can expect roll-top bathtubs, amazing wall colours, and, if you’re lucky enough to stay in one of the three attic rooms on the 4th floor, you can grab a snap of the Eiffel Tower.
Love the design of this hotel? I thought as much. Which is why I’ve spent a couple of hours finding some amazing pieces you can buy to get a similar vibe in your own house. Because let’s face it, we can ‘t all be swanning off to Paris every weekend can we? I’m not sure which is my favourite piece…
Did anything here catch your eye? I love the eclectic mix of this interior design, especially with dark walls and statement furniture. You can check out The Hoxton Paris for yourself right here – hopefully by September I’ll be experiencing it for myself.
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