Nolinski Paris, the perfect hotel for design lovers

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The Nolinski Hotel, located near the Palais Royal gardens and the Louvre Museum, is one of the best design hotels in the centre of the city, being the representation of the art and life à la française, being a historical site brimming with Haussmann elegance.

“In the quiet discretion of its private apartments, this private home safeguards the secrets of the art of living, in a space where contemporary aesthetics and classical prestige meet enchantment and flair.”

This emblematic hotel features eclectic, mid-century inspired refinement of Jean-Louis Deniot. The luxurious and private rooms offer mesmerizing views of the heart of Paris and each features its own colour scheme, from green to raspberry, blue, beige, yellow and fawn as well as exclusive custom-made furnishings and design elements, from dimmed wall lamps to neoclassical wood panelling and plush carpets.

The bright, intimate and spacious suites of Nolinski are private apartments characterized by art and discretion. Salvador, Pablo, Ernest, Gustave and Marie are some of the names given to these incredibly comfortable suites that feature exquisite materials and vintage furniture designsin order to guarantee personalized elegance.

The Nolinski hotel also features an amazing spa, La Colline, where serenity and intimacy are key. It offers French elegance through cutting-edge treatments and products of the Swiss Riviera. The granite flooring, warm wood panelling and flicking candles make this experience even more natural.

More than a hotel, Nolinski encompasses an inspiring world of experiences. It is definitely a trendy spot that you can’t miss on your next travel to Paris.

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