61% Off : Vice Versa Hotel Paris – Avant-garde interiors in the French capital
Avant-garde interiors at a design hotel near the Porte de Versailles, with breakfast and champagne
Move over Moulin Rouge, there’s a daring new enfant terrible in town. If Parisian artist Toulouse-Lautrec were alive today, the maximalist Vice Versa Hotel Paris would go straight to the front page of his little black book, we’re sure.
The brainchild of luxury lingerie designer, Chantal Thomass, Vice Versa Hotel Paris follows an enigmatic “seven deadly sins” concept throughout. The innocent all-white lobby leads to six sinful floors of outlandish décor, from grandiose Pride to the bonbon pinks of Lust.
Based in the 15th arrondissement near the Porte de Versailles Convention and Exhibition Centre, this boutique bolthole places you just a short bateau bus ride from the Eiffel Tower, Notre-Dame Cathedral and Louvre.
The Classic bijou boudoirs are certainly not underplayed. Gluttony rooms feature decadent round beds and cute macaroon inspired cushions; Greed equals bank notes everywhere, Wrath leads with deep reds and revolver emblems; Envy goes with luxe perfumes and designer shoes; whilst Pride errs on marble detailing; Lust features bodice-styled carpets and heart-shaped sink; and finally Sloth rooms are tranquil oases of butterfly and flower patterns. All come with the usual modern accessories such as Wi-Fi, en-suite bathrooms and 32-inch LCD TVs.
– Twin or double beds
– 32-inch LCD TV
– Satellite channels
– Air conditioning
– Soundproofed rooms
– Clock radio
– Hairdryer and makeup mirror
Give in to Greed, with the delicious buffet breakfast selection of Paris’ best breads and pastries, served with jam, butter, and hot drinks.
If you’re feeling a tad slothful after all your sightseeing adventures then book an appointment at the sublimely relaxing “hammam” steam room in the hotel’s basement.
Based in Paris’ southwest district of the 15th arrondissement – on the Left Bank of the Seine – Vice Versa Hotel is set in a charming and lesser-seen area of Paris. Tourist weary visitors will love its quaint parks and fascinating museums but if you can’t beat them, why not join them in search of Paris’ je ne sais quoi with a short metro, or bateau bus, ride to the blockbuster sights of the Eiffel Tower, Sacre Coeur, Louvre and Notre-Dame Cathedral.