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Contemporary styling in the respect of the past
November 1st, 2014
A True Renaissance for Hotel La Trémoille
Famous for being one of the jewels in Paris' realm of
traditional deluxe hotels, La Trémoille opened its doors to its
prestigious guests in June 2002 after 15 months of extensive
This restyling has given new life to the hotel which has succeeded in keeping with our modern culture yet in the same breath, preserving the architectural heritage of the building and the site.
The space and volumes have been completely reformatted and re-designed by Richard Martinet with the hotel now offering 93 rooms and suites. Richard Martinet, a master of deluxe hotels' transformations was also behind the refurbishments of the Four Seasons, the George V and the Pershing Hall in Paris.
La Tremoille's 19th century building facade was restored to its original splendour, with particular attention paid to the mouldings and wrought iron balcony work. The roof was also refurbished so that the building now fits perfectly into in the heart of Paris' architectural landscape.
When entering the hotel, a decidedly contemporary style dominates the atmosphere, even though the rooms and suites still proudly display the ceiling mouldings and marble fireplaces of the original structure.
Each of the 93 rooms and suites are individually air-conditioned and equipped with the latest technologies - cinema format cable TV, DVD players, free high-speed Internet connections. All these features have been installed as discreetly as possible for increasingly demanding business and leisure travellers.
31 different decorative themes are used in all the rooms and suites, using a mixture of ochre, browns, maroons, greys and whites. The deluxe designer furniture and lighting fixtures blend perfectly with the Nobilis silks.
In the bathrooms, an ingenious triptych mirror decorates the wall above the marble counters and the hand-woven basketry adds a warm note to the atmosphere. For additional comfort, the complete Molton Brown line of bath care products are available for guests in each of the rooms and suites.
All our rooms are equipped with the 'hatch'. This unique feature is an individual silent butler closet next to the room door, with a locked corridor access for room service and housekeeping staff. Meals and laundry can be delivered through the hatch without disturbing the guests, who can opt for classic room service or for hatch service.
Some rooms also have private balconies or bay windows that offer splendid views over the Paris rooftops.