Kinfolk says: The wedge-shaped building, reminiscent of New York’s Flat Iron, houses 40 rooms—each of them unique, thanks in part to the unusual floor plan and also designer Dorothée Meilichzon’s eclectic styling. Floors and walls are covered with Meilichzon’s signature geometric patterns, and tightly-angled corners are used for triangular desks and precision-angled mirrors. read more
The Telegraph says: This casual boutique hotel near the Grands Boulevards is the sort of dynamic, imaginative hotel where you feel at ease as soon as you walk inside. It has a design by rising talent Dorothée Meilichzon, friendly staff and a restaurant that has quickly become a Parisian rendezvous. read more
Olive Magazine says: Charmingly wonky, with an intriguing jigsaw of room shapes, and super chic, thanks to Dorothée Meilichzon’s textile-led design, Hôtel Panache occupies a wedge-shaped corner of the 9th arrondissement…Spread over seven higgledy-piggledly floors, the hotel’s 40 bedrooms share certain features, such as fancy filament pendant lights, tiled bathrooms, and lots of fabric and colour toning. read more
Wallpaper* says: Adrien Gloaguen – the man behind Paris’ charming Hotel Paradis – has teamed up once again with designer Dorothée Meilichzon to launch a second hit three-star venture that abounds quirky Parisian soul. read more
Architectural Digest says: Paris’s 10th arrondissement has a chic new hotel, perfectly suited for out-of-towners exploring the vibrant opera district. Hotel Panache, devised by hotelier Adrien Gloaguen, of Hotel Paradis and Bonne Nouvelle Paris, is situated on the corner of rue Faubourg Montmartre and rue Geoffroy Marie, in a 19th-century building that once housed the Hôtel Opéra-Madrid. read more




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