Hôtel InterContinental Paris avenue Marceau
The art of the difference <br />Just imagine a place you simply don’t want to leave <br />or you are longing to see again. Such a place <br />exists.... <br />Harmony of modernity, comfort, design, a <br />metaphorical jewellery box of unique furniture, <br />the InterContinental Paris avenue Marceau is <br />the new place to be of the capital. <br />This luxurious boutique hotel mingles periods with <br />audacity and originality. <br />This former private mansion owned in the past <br />by the “Count of Breteuil”, known both as a <br />great swordsman and a seducer, displays an <br />Haussmannian facade which hides from glances <br />two other buildings of surprising architectural style. <br />Once the porch has been passed through, discover <br />the masterpiece of Raymond Moretti, a student of <br />Picasso, as well as the vertical garden and the <br />Renaissance turret of the hidden patio. <br />In such an atmosphere, the guests feel immersed <br />in a universe mingling warm colours, immaculate <br />white, works of art and noble materials. <br />Designed by Bruno Borrione, a member of <br />Philippe Starck’s team for more than 20 years, <br />the decoration of this luxurious hotel of 55 rooms <br />and suites plunges the guests into a warm and <br />comfortable atmosphere.