An exotic atmosphere in the heart of Montparnasse district
The exotic combination of plants, materials and minerals gives the Villa Montparnasse the look of a colonial house. The colour of the mahogany, the omnipresence of wood, the natural light that creates contrasts, all evoke the safari feeling in every room. A decor composed of little touches, inspired by the lion of the nearby Denfert-Rochereau square.
A corridor in the shape of a water droplet leads to the 46 rooms, which have retro bathrooms combining the charm of marble and wood with old-fashioned faucetry. The light maintains a warm atmosphere and creates user-friendly areas, such as the reception area in the lobby, which is paved with glass, or the breakfast room, which takes advantage of this same brightness.
The bar near the lobby with newspapers available invites you to lounge, emphasising the homelike nature of the establishment.
Vendredi 23 Juin 2017
Montparnasse - Denfert Rochereau - Jardin du Luxembourg
Montparnasse is historically the artists’ district in Paris. Even though the place has changed with time, it has not lost its soul. Before going there, a stop at the Luxembourg Gardens is a must for anyone who wants to breathe in the Paris of Dutronc as it is waking up. The Luxembourg Gardens, the 'Luco’ for those in the know, is an atmosphere. The Luxembourg Palace, now the home of the French Senate, is a place that can be appreciated through a visit, but the gardens emanate a soul that can’t be captured quite so formally.
The hotel strenghts
- The exotic wood
- The corridor in the shape of a water droplet
- The post-industrial facade
- The brightness of the rooms
- The little bar next to the lobby
- The greenery all around