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Peyroux & Thisy | Hôtel de Sèze

Interiors © Christophe Bielsa

A restful place to arouse your curiosity

A quiet spot for getting away from it all, yet right in the heart of where it’s all happening. Just a stone’s throw from the Place de la Madeleine, in an area steeped in History, Art, and a thousand temptations to shop, the Hôtel de Sèze’s four stars shine brightly to offer you a dream of a break.

© Christophe Bielsa

© Christophe Bielsa

© Christophe Bielsa

© Christophe Bielsa

© Christophe Bielsa

© Christophe Bielsa

Inspired by memories of curiosity shops – those intriguing places brimming with artefacts, objects, collect ions and excitement – the hotel interior, meticulously devised by architect duo Anne Peyroux and Emmanuèle Thisy, places the emphasis exclusively on a mellow contemporary, naturalistic mood.

© Christophe Bielsa

© Christophe Bielsa

Chic atmosphere

Throughout the 24 rooms and suites, the lobby, honesty bar, lounge, exercise area and Turkish bath… flora, fauna and serenely luxurious appointments grace the walls, creating a new and highly original atmosphere, with vibrant natural and graphic paintings. A feast for the eyes, naturally, but also for guests’ personal well-being in an enchanting, welcoming setting.

Like a poetic maze, each of the succession of rooms has a character all its own, some gently caressed by shimmering feathers or stunning pistils; others tinged with specks of mother-of-pearl or butterfly wings; or others still suffused with luscious shagreen or lustrous coral. These enigmatic impressions create a truly cosy atmosphere throughout.

© Christophe Bielsa

© Christophe Bielsa

© Christophe Bielsa

© Christophe Bielsa

© Christophe Bielsa

© Christophe Bielsa

© Christophe Bielsa

© Christophe Bielsa

22 Exquisite Rooms

The 22 Superior or Deluxe rooms, all in shades of satin and velvet, decorated with a collector’s design, are as great a joy during the daytime as at night. Their dimensions and appointments are designed for relaxing or working, taking strolls or enjoying the surrounding area, sleeping or living, in sheer elegance.

A suite

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© Christophe Bielsa

© Christophe Bielsa

© Christophe Bielsa

© Christophe Bielsa

© Christophe Bielsa

Nestling under the eaves with a view of the city, far from the hustle and bustle, yet in the heart of luxurious elegance, the suite is your home away from home, conducive to your well-being. This ideal haven of peace and quiet is fitted with the most refined appointments, and affords double views of the Eiffel Tower and the Scare-Coeur, both from the central bed or the balneotherapy bath. The exquisite lounge is a delight, and other features include moiré marbled mosaics and velvety lighting, superb textures and a writing space.

© Christophe Bielsa

© Christophe Bielsa

© Christophe Bielsa

© Christophe Bielsa

© Christophe Bielsa

© Christophe Bielsa

Public areas… with a difference

The public areas offer a mix of stylish, unique bespoke settings, refined furnishings – a treasure trove of impressions and discreet reflections, in a kaleidoscope of taste and comfort: the lobby, lounge, honesty bar, and the vaulted cellar given over to relaxation are myriad opportunities to share a new secret. A high-profile address, a contemporary jewel of a place for experiencing the joys of inspired luxury and spirited living.

© Christophe Bielsa

© Christophe Bielsa

© Christophe Bielsa

© Christophe Bielsa

© Christophe Bielsa

© Christophe Bielsa

Location: Paris, France
Architect: Peyroux & Thisy
Client: Regetel Group (Hotel de Sèze)
Photographer: Christophe Bielsa 
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