There’s a new hotel in Paris that you just need to visit. Not only because of its amazing location and accommodations, but also because its fresh interiors take you back in time, making you experience the funky decor of past decades. Where to stay in Paris? – You ask. Well, this is close to the department store district and the Garnier Opera, in a neighbourhood long favoured by music lovers. We are talking about the Idol Hotel.
It is a music-themed boutique hotel is a 7-minute walk from Gare Saint-Lazare train station and 8 minutes’ walk from Parc Monceau. Just a few steps from the Municipal Conservatory of Paris, instrument makers of guitars, bass and violin, abound throughout the area.
The Idol Hotel celebrates the Black Music from the 60’s to the 80’s. Dramatic, some individually decorated rooms and suites have courtyard views and/or free-standing tubs.
A bright neon light sculpted by artist Julie Gauthron and entitled “The Sound of the Trumpet” illuminates the lounge area.
Painted by Julie Gauthron, the funkiest decorator in the Parisian hotel industry and renovated by Elegancia Hotels as well as AD-Tango, these hotel interiors are a must-see for any visitor to the city. In a well-decorated hotel, you will not feel away from home, which only proves how difficult designing a hotel interior actually is. However, Julie Gauthron gave this space an amazing twist of comfort and funk with impeccable easiness.