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Chambre Just You & Me darling


Hôtel Le Bellechasse Saint Germain

Chambre Just You & Me darling
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This room transports you to a fantasyland! It was decorated by Christian Lacroix, who makes a real statement with red! The neon sign in the entry alone suggests... Heat. Behind a dramatic curtain in smoldering shades is a bathtub that's right in the room with products to pamper yourself with, like bath salts and exfoliating soap. Across from the tub, a black ceramic wall in a crocodile skin pattern! In the room itself, a wall of wood adds a touch of intimacy, while another wall is covered with unusual colors and designs – like men with butterfly wings. It's fantastical... The two windows open onto the hotel's courtyard, so it's sure to be quiet...

Decorated by Lacroix !

Tips from Parisians

Chez Graff
This chic bistro offers delicious, unpretentious French food, with a few original recipes for the more adventurous. The menu is simple, emphasizing seasonal products, which is reason enough to love it. Wine lovers will appreciate the large selection of wines on the wine list. Simple and elegant decor, with a thousand frames on the walls, vintage chairs, and ultra-hip blue-gray walls. CHEZ GRAFF 62, rue de Bellechasse, 75007 Paris +33 1 45 51 33 42. Closed on the weekend.
The owner's secrets
I was born in Arles, like Christian Lacroix, but my heroine is Mary Poppins!
In my work, I especially enjoy the pace, the variety, the contacts, the cosmopolitan aspect. The client I'd like to have? President Obama.
A hotel-related anecdote? Shhhhh… One of the reasons our clients come here is because of our discretion.
What can't I live without in Paris? Chouquettes.
Paris in a single word: delicious madness!

Hôtel Le Bellechasse Saint Germain

8 Rue de Bellechasse, 75007 Paris, France
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What was once a village still retains its deeply INTELLECTUAL spirit. There are plenty of ART GALLERIES. Once the cradle of Parisian literature, today it draws a rather snooty crowd, but it's still a hangout of university PROFESSORS.

The local: on a bike, Le Monde under his arm.

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