If you are after a small establishment that is discrete without being anonymous, stay at the Keppler hotel! The design shows a lot of audacity, but the result is a success! The designer, Pierre-Yves Rochon, has included many references to various eras, with a lot of humor and subtlety.
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It is only a short distance from the Champs Elysées and the Arc de Triomphe and stands in a quiet little street, away from all the hustle and bustle. The Georges V and Kleber metro stations are only two minutes away.
The interior of the rooms maintains the black and white theme of the communal areas, with an added touch of scarlet, aniseed green and yellow. Each colour comes with its particular olfactory atmosphere. Most of the rooms look out onto a very quiet street and the others afford a view of the interior courtyard. The "standard" rooms are 18m² and are fitted with a large wardrobe, a flat-screen TV with numerous channels and a well-stocked mini-bar.
The bathrooms are quite original with their textile cladding, tapestries showing patterns reminiscent of the "Belle Epoque", and even vinyl fabrics!
Apart from the single classical rooms, all are fitted with a bathtub. If you decide to relax in a bath you'll have all the leisure to admire reproductions of Renoir's sketches of women, hanging on the wall in front of you.
The Samsung screen integrated into the bathroom mirror makes the setting all the more unique! (Only in executive rooms and suites). Some of the suites have a balcony with deckchairs on which guests can recline and admire the view of the Eiffel Tower. However, you feel a bit close to the opposite buildings. Every room has hospitality products and the suites even provide Hermès products.
Room service is available 24-hours a day.
This small boutique hotel has 39 rooms, 5 of which are suites. The reception area and the interior patio are very pleasant and boast audacious, yet splendid decoration. The Haussmann fireplace, the details of the friezes and the rose windows have all been preserved. The main colours are black and white, which creates a modern setting. However, this is toned-down a bit by the rounded mirrors and vases... and by the lush vegetation in the interior courtyard.
The meeting room is bathed in natural light and can sit up to 17 people. There is an underground room where buffet breakfast is served from 07:00am till 11:00am. The mirrors make the room seem more spacious, but strangely enough the design here is different and slightly stuffy due to the flowery patterns.
Guests can also enjoy free access to the fitness centre with its sauna and Turkish baths from 7:00am until 10:00pm. They may also ask for a massage, which is given in the fitness centre or the intimacy of the room. The corridors are slightly dark, and have wall-to-wall carpets and some modern paintings, some of which are signed. There are around one hundred artists represented, which creates a harmonious setting.
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The fact that the street is far from all the hustle and bustle and that there is a square full of trees a short distance away helps you to forget the noise and traffic of the famous main roads. Many shops and restaurants are also located nearby.
The hotel has undergone considerable renovation works and has been entirely redesigned. The "new" establishment, designed by Pierre-Yves Rochon, opened its doors in 2009.
This is an ideal solution for families with young children who are looking for home-comforts on holiday. The concept behind these fully-equipped apartments is all the more appreciated for long stays.
However, some of the apartments could be deemed as lacking in character. Nevertheless, they are regularly repainted and renovated.
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