Want to makeover your weekends with a fresh coat of glam? Discover a series of hotels each one more stunning than the next. Contemporary, designer, vibrant, baroque, exuberant and most of all… exotic!
Travel back to the Paris of yesteryear at the Boutet - MGallery
Industrial architecture and Art Nouveau decor take you back to a Paris at the turn of the century. The Paris Bastille Boutet Hotel, housed in an old wood manufacturing building nestled in the heart of the Bastille district, combines the charms of an authentic historic facade with the refinements of a modern renovation—as sober as it is elegant.
The roofs of the capital are yours to behold from the terrace of your suite. Velvet Scandinavian-inspired armchairs, thick carpets and warm-hued bedspreads create a setting of impeccable aesthetics that exudes an irresistible sense of easy living. A unique ambience that complements the chic atmosphere of the lounge area and swimming pool.
The red rooms of the Carlton, in Lyon
Located in the very centre of the Presqu’île, a stone’s throw from Place Bellecour and its rich selection of restaurants, the Carlton Lyon MGallery By Sofitel is bound to take you by surprise. In fact, behind its classic look, it houses rooms that are at once original and full of sensuality, where red stands out as the star of the show.
Walls, furnishings and bedding offer the best in modern décor, playing on soft materials, embellished with dashes of scarlet. The floor features floral and circular patterns perfectly complementing the interior design which is both sensual and fiery.
All the ingredients for a memorable trip to Lyon, one of the most beautiful cities in France.
Zen is trending at the LaGare Hotel in Milan
LaGare Hotel in Milan has an impressive façade that appears to light up with a thousand colours, in true avant-garde style.
Combining western minimalism with Japanese inspiration, the spacious rooms display a delightful mix between contemporary and traditional materials. In a setting where grey, taupe and off-white set the tone, all you have to do is relax and soak up the sense of zen.
And the best thing of all: the hotel is located in one of the most lively areas in the city, surrounded by cultural hotspots and great shopping hubs!
Baroque style of the 20th century in the Francis Hotel in Bath
Considered to be one of the most beautiful hotels in England, the thermal village of Bath is bound to amaze and enchant! Mixing elements of tradition and modernity, it is home to a fertile cultural scene and a fascinating history.
The Francis Hotel strikes the perfect balance because down-to-earth and contemporary. In its superb bedrooms, late-Baroque sits harmoniously against pastel-coloured décor… all topped off with fine murals. The materials and tones make for a seemingly effortless beauty.
To top it all off, just a few doors down from the hotel, you can enjoy the delights of the Brasserie Blanc, a Victorian-style restaurant which boasts exquisite French cuisine.
Art nouveau at the Royal Hoi An
Just a short walk from the old city, which boasts UNESCO World Heritage site status thanks to its unique architecture and its history, the Royal Hoi An stands tall and proud, allowing you to truly relax in an oasis of tranquillity.
Stay in rooms inspired by the best of eastern and western influence, bringing together Vietnamese and Japanese culture with Art Nouveau. With canopy beds and fine woodwork… it’s the height of elegance.
Outside, enjoy a dip in a swimming pool with a mosaic floor which has you mesmerised. What could be better?