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A 1930s-inspired four-star hotel.
Rates: from €178 to €490
Added extras: terraces
Services: breakfast, lounge and honesty bar
Time seems to stand still on Rue Casimir Delavigne in the 6th arrondissement. This is particularly the case for number seven, the discreet Hôtel Baume, a hotel inspired by the best of the 1930s and the Art Deco movement. Colours range from shades of mustard to grey to pink. The furniture follows suit, albeit with a contemporary modern twist. The 27 rooms and eight suites are all elegant and inspired by the pure spirit of the Golden Twenties. The interior designer duo Thibaut Fron and Thierry Martin have come up with six sublime art deco themes for the hotel.
The La Mode rooms are pink and gold with upholstered chairs and mirrors complete with fake black feathers. The L’Architecture theme is focused on geometry, straight lines and leather. The Le Cinéma suites tells the story of the passage from black and white to colour with photographs of old film stars as shadow puppets surrounded by pastel shades. The La Joaillerie features a beautiful pearl-set mirror and furniture evoking jewellery shop window displays. Le Club is a mix of blue, orange, camel and wood with a masculine, relaxed atmosphere. Hôtel Baume passes with flying colours in its ability to restore a glittering period to its former glory.
7 rue Casimir Delavigne
|Transport:||Metro: Saint-Germain-des-Prés or Odéon|
|Price:||€178-490 per night|