Panache: Hotel in Paris
In the 9th arrondissement of Paris, in the heart of the trendy Grands Boulevards quarter, Panache is a laid-back and intimate hotel.
Panache is as Parisian as it gets
Panache hotel is located at the corner of Faubourg Montmartre and Rue Geoffroy Marie.
Originally the former Opéra-Madrid hotel, it is a triangular-shaped building dating from the end of the 19th century. The hotel underwent a metamorphosis in collaboration with the interior designer Dorothee Meilichzon. Inspired by the Flatiron Building in New York, the designer opted for an original, stylish concept that epitomizes Parisian life. Revisiting past time periods, Panache mixes in a little Art Nouveau with a modern touch.
The hotel offers 40 rooms spread out over 7 floors, all designed differently but sharing the same color palette; navy blue, forest green and charcoal grey. The rooms are decorated by marrying vintage and design; geometric patterns, graphic wallpapers, brass lighting, antique furniture, steel and wickerwork headboards, bevelled mirrors, light globes, vintage telephones, rugs with mini-triangle patterns, and ceramic switches. You will also find La Petite Papeterie Française travel books and chocolates from La Mère de Famille in the mini-bar. The bathrooms are equipped with Bonne Nouvelle toiletries, a brand created by Gloaguen himself. The hotel’s exclusive suite is located on the top floor under the roof.
On the ground floor, there is a train compartment vibe in the lobby with retro benches, lined with rusty velvet brass. The tortoiseshell acetate library is filled with travel guides. The hotel’s restaurant, the Café Panache, offers modern French cuisine with a Mediterranean touch, produced by chef Hugo Lafaurie.
The Panache hotel is a good excuse for anyone looking to stay in the heart of Paris.
We love Panache for:
Vintage and design
Decoration by Dorothee Meilichzon
Double room from 100 € per night during low season.
Breakfast on request.