Hotel Eiffel Blomet
A NEW HOTEL IN THE HEART OF THE 15TH...
Located at number 78 on the street that bears its name, and a few doors from the site of the mythical Bal Blomet, Hotel Eiffel Blomet will unveil its new face this spring when it reopens after a complete renovation instigated by a group of hoteliers.
A change of identity for the hotel, or perhaps a return to its roots; this famous street vibrated to the sound of the Charleston during the 1930s and was once home to Miró, Desnos, Masson and Gargallo.
Built in 1931, the hotel’s imposing facade seems to bear testament to the street’s golden age. Rather than alter the building’s obvious attributes, the renovation has revived and refreshed them. The Art Deco spirit pervades every part of Hotel Eiffel Blomet, from its refined rooms, to the large lobby lounge, from the courtyard to the mosaic pool, and from the terraces, to the breakfast restaurant, and the elegant suites. Hotel Eiffel Blomet is back – revised and refined and in keeping with the contemporary hotel industry.
An ideal meeting between past and present, skilfully orchestrated by architects Bruno Borrione and Vincent Bastie. Between them, they have imagined the space in terms of the 1930s and created a hotel that is warm, intimate, and modular. A palette of blues soothes the eyes of weary travellers. Rooms are beautifully furnished with everything to hand, while cocooning suites are ideal for families.
The many tiny, often imperceptible but always essential, details add to the hotel’s exclusivity. Hotel Eiffel Blomet – the new place to be in the capital.
Doors in Art Deco frames open onto rooms that have been thoughtfully styled down to the smallest detail.
In the 9 suites, ranging from 34m2 to 38m2, large entrances, intimate lounges, and ideally placed terraces recall the luxury of elegant Parisian apartments in the 1930s.
Bruno Borrione, also makes direct references to the décor of the period in the hotel’s 78 rooms (from 13m2 to 29m2). Cosy corners are created by keeping furniture sleekly in line and space is freed by making the bed the central element.
By extension, suites and standard bedrooms enjoy the same visual identity, the same attention to detail, and the same fine finishing touches. Rich materials like rosewood, raffia, fine grained leather, and bronze are enhanced by a palette of pastel shades that veer from palest blue to celadon green.
In every room, tailor-made furniture is beautifully complemented by photographs and reproductions of works recalling the golden age of Paris in the 1930s.
You are at home.
Our team is at your disposal 24h/24
There's nothing like a gourmet buffet breakfast to start the day.
Delight your palette with savoury and sweet dishes - served from 7 am to 11 am
Price: 15 € per person, per day
At the heart of Paris, but far from the urban hustle and bustle, the hotel's jewel, nestled in the -1 floor, a well-being and relaxation area.
A 12 meters long and 4 meters wide swimming pool bathed in a soft darkness with sauna, hammam and a massage room (treatments menu).
Only for the hotel’s clients from 7h to 22h and with free access every day.
Fun and invigorating, training helps relieving daily stress and improving concentration.
Provided with Technogym equipment such as:
The fitness room is only for the hotel’s clients with free access every day.