General Description In the heart of Paris 9, the new Joyce Hotel opened in November 2009. A harmony of comfort, elegance and exceptional brightness, a pure example of Parisian hospitality. Each room is unique, the lounge under the glass roof drawers you to linger. The bright bedrooms of the Joyce Hotel are all different in terms of the colours and the furniture used, the cosiness of each expressing the hotels spirit of fun. Bedheads have been replaced by architectural constructions, bookshelves that evoke the literary spirit of the Saint Georges quarter, in a play on the style of Fornasetti. Fornasetti is seen again in the wall tiling (by Surface) of the bathrooms, in which the basins are an original design by Sopha Industrie. Jasper Conran covers wardrobe doors in cloth for Designers Guild, and Mosh-Umbra mirrors hang over desks reminiscent of dressing tables. In different rooms may be found Conran bedside tables, and chairs from Thonet (Gastenstuhl), Dharma (Lavenham, by Patricia Urquoila) or Philippe Starck (pip-e). Philippe Maidenberg has designed the majority of the furniture, the desks being one example, and even the carpet was created from a scan of Philippes Prince of Wales check trousers! Everything is beautiful and light-hearted except for the care lavished on the guests: their well-being and welcome is treated very seriously. From iPod docking stations to organic toiletries, everything is designed to take care of guests in an atmosphere full of fun. The bright bedrooms of the Joyce Hotel are all different in terms of the colours and the furniture used, the cosiness of each expressing the hotels spirit of fun. Dining The bright breakfast room is enclosed by a vast metal-framed glass atrium in the spirit of Eiffel, looking onto a wall of greenery. The original floor tiling has been preserved in this room, which also presents some surprising pieces of furniture, such as the eight-metre long bench upholstered with leather seats recovered from deluxe cars, a wall of tilted mirrors that reflect light and the sky, a wall of bud vases, screens which show a film of clouds drifting across a blue sky (by Lezarts Production) and a huge illuminated, moving cloud suspended above the room (from Vialuce). Additionally, there is Thonet seating by Eddie Harlis (1954) and a collection of painted wooden dolls by Girard (a Vitra production), completing a real feast for the eyes! LocationDescription Local places of interest Within less than 1 km from the hotel Opera House, Department stores, Montmartre, Sacre Coeur church.
29 Rue La Bruyere
Room Service, High-speed Internet, Parking, Concierge, Tour Desk, Elevator
/ Lift, 24 Hour Reception, Babysitting / Child Services, Air Conditioned,
Non-Smoking Rooms, Currency Exchange, Multilingual Staff, Safe-Deposit Box,
Cable / Satellite TV, Bath / Hot Tub, Wake-up Service, Hair Dryer, TV,
Laundry service, Desk, Shower
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