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CHAMBRE Kiss the Sky

Luxembourg

The Seven Hôtel

CHAMBRE Kiss the Sky
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STARRY SKY // SPACIOUS // UNDER THE EAVES // MILE HIGH

Where am I...?  Floating in the night sky among the stars? At the seashore for a midnight swim? Have I time-travelled to the future? That is the delightful mystery of this unconventional hotel room, where plexiglass walls and a large, levitating bed blend nicely with a typically Parisian window overlooking the courtyard.

You know you're on the top floor, thanks to the gently sloping ceiling and its window on the street. So Paris!

We love the designer armchair, the bathroom behind a glass partition, the stars in the ceiling. The walls are a lovely blue-gray, and the carpet with its wavy design makes you think you're looking down at the ocean from the sky. Relaxing. Inspiring.

Bathroom with shower, L'Occitane toiletry products, and water closet separated by a partition.

Escape!

Tips from Parisians

Rue Jean Ferrandi
You will no doubt take a stroll through the Sèvres-Babylone neighborhood. Its trendy luxury boutiques beckon to even the most Parisian among us. To get there, do us a favor and go by way of the Rue Jean Ferrandi, just up from the Rue de Rennes. You'll pass a Carmelite convent, as well as a small, private passageway that will awaken your inner poet: flowers, greenery, artists' studios...
The owner's secrets
I like my work, because I can make my clients' dreams come true. It's not a coincidence that the quality I prefer in a place is its magic. In my hotel, for example, so many people have popped the question!
My secret hobby? Nordic walking.
My hero? Flash McQueen.
My motto? Hakuna matata!

The Seven Hôtel

20 Rue Berthollet, 75005 Paris, France
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Artsy
Paris

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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