A ‘Hotel Particulier’ in Paris

I  hope that you all have had a wonderful Mother’s Day! If you want to drop your family a hint for next year’s Mother’s day, then maybe you could show the images of this elegant Parisian hotel , to hopefully be invited to spend a Mother’s Day weekend here!!!

SAINT JAMES PARIS

Browsing the magazine Elle Decoration, issue Mai 2011, I came across this hotel that recently is been given a new look by the American-in-Paris designer Bambi Sloan. With an English humour she redesigned the interior of the hotel in her personal bright version of the French 19th century Napoleon III-style.

This beautiful hotel Saint James Paris is a magnificent chateau built in 1893 in the center of Paris, protected from prying eyes by high walls and a wrought iron gate.

It was previously known as the Saint James's Club and has been in private French ownership since 1992. Now it is run as a lovely chateau-hotel.

It was here that the Montgolfières launched the first primitive airship.

Saint-James-Paris-photos-Hotel image source : here

 

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saint_james_paris_lobby Lobby of the hotel.

 

8 The bar and…

 

9 …a well equiped library with 120,000 volumes!

 

crbdClub room.

 

Saint-James-Paris-photos-Restaurant Restaurant.     image source : here

 

Gorgeous romantic rooms with wonderful chosen fabrics.

409bdJunior suite.

 

standard1 Even a standard room looks very luxurious.

 

saint_james_paris-deluxe-room2 A deluxe room.

 

cabinebdThe hotel provides a brand new spa resort. 

 

13 The introspective garden terrace of the restaurant.

 

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SAINT JAMES PARIS

Saint James Paris - 43, Avenue Bugeaud | 75116 Paris - FRANCE

http://www.saint-james-paris.com/

 

Interesting to know is, that the hotel has its own blog : Le blog Saint James Paris, where you will discover all the upcoming events and news about what is going on at the hotel and in Paris! Really worth a visit!

 

I wish you all a happy new week!

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All images : http://blog.saint-james-paris.com/fr/ except otherwise mentionned.

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