Paris is synonymous with all-things-luxe! And giving connoisseurs a dose of it in good measure is Hotel Madame Rêve, an upcoming wonder in the city. Set to open in the 19th-century Louvre post office building in the 1st arrondissement, the property will officially launch for business this month.
The independent hotel is designed by restaurateur, founder, and art director Laurent Taieb and will feature 82 rooms in total. The accommodation will also include 19 suites on the top floor, each providing panoramic views of an internal vertical sky garden or the Parisian cityscape, including the iconic Eiffel Tower, Sacré-Coeur, and Notre-Dame.
Situated on Rue du Louvre, the property will also come with a 1,000 sqm rooftop terrace inspired by engineer and architect Gustave Eiffel, two restaurants overseen by chef Benjamin Six, and sprawling sky gardens and lounges. Other amenities include a dedicated wellness area with treatment rooms, a fitness area, and a spectacular sauna.
Guests will further be able to dine at the café brasserie on the ground level, which features an open-air terrace and an all-day Mediterranean menu, as well as at La Plume, the restaurant-bar on the third floor serving delectable Japanese cuisine.
Décor wise, the hotel features exquisite woodwork, oak flooring, velvet curtains, and golden-brown hues inspired by interior designer Andrée Putman. The furniture is custom-made and antique in nature, with several items being specially sourced from French artisans, including Henryot and Cie 1867.
Rooms at Hôtel Madame Rêve start at $590 per night and are currently available for booking on the hotel’s official website.
[Via: Travel + Leisure]