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CHAMBRE BOUQUET BLEU

République

Hôtel Taylor

CHAMBRE BOUQUET BLEU
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DISCREET // CALM // EXOTIC // MODERN & VINTAGE

This room has a window on the courtyard, which is near an elementary school. During school hours, you can hear the joyful chorus of French schoolchildren at play. It's so refreshing! The pearly gray walls and hot pink door are nicely complemented by the midnight blue velvet curtains. Flawless! At the head of the bed, a large painting transports you back in time to château gardens, where you'll wish you could go for a stroll...

The bathroom is open to the room, with a shower hidden behind a frosted-glass partition. Separate water closet. Tile mosaics on the floor and toiletry products made with argan oil.

Exotic chic!

Tips from Parisians

Passage Brady
The covered walkways of Paris... There's nothing like them! As quaint and charming as can be. This area, built in 1828, is also known as "little India." Here, merchants from India, Pakistan, Mauritius and Réunion compete to lure you into their shops, where you'll find spicy treats or colorful saris. An unusual passage in Paris, it is made up of two parts: on the Boulevard de Strasbourg side, the passage is covered by a skylight. The other side is uncovered.
33 Boulevard de Strasbourg, 75010 Paris
The owner's secrets
In Paris, my favorite spots are Montmartre and the Place des Abbesses.
I find Parisian women to be nonchalant and chic. Parisian men are unshaven and grumpy.
My motto? Forgive quickly, love truly, laugh uncontrollably, and never regret anything that makes you smile.
My wildest dream? To open a luxury hotel up in the trees!

Hôtel Taylor

6 Rue Taylor, 75010 Paris, France
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Bohemian
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We adore this ultra-lively area with its ALTERNATIVE, and most of all genuine vibe. Funky shops abound, and a DIVERSE population of artists, designers and Chinese grocers…happily cohabit in the most up-and-coming neighborhood in Paris.
The local? Tatooed and carrying a vintage totebag.

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