Le Cinq Codet Hotel, Paris

Architect: Jean-Philippe Nuel

Rooms: 67

Opening: 2014

Full bath by the bed: Like all hotels designed by interior designer Jean-Philippe Nuel, the hotel "Le Cinq Codet" in Paris, which opened in 2014, is characterised by the interplay of classic elegance and contemporary design. The five-star hotel is located in a former Telecom France building from the 1930s, which has been extensively renovated for its new function. The characteristic horizontal formats of the windows and the semi-circular front of the building have been retained. Instead, Nuel transfers the swing of the façade to the interior of the guest rooms with rounded design elements and fixtures. Openness and soft shapes also determine the concept here: Nuel has placed a free-standing, conically shaped bath by Bette in the middle of the room. In the colour combination of black and white, the BetteStarlet Oval Silhouette confidently invites you to a successful moment of relaxation. View of Paris included. © Hôtel Le Cinq Codet Paris

BetteStarlet Oval Silhouette Bath

BetteStarlet Oval Silhouette Bath

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