A large entrance that sets the tone
Paul Bowyer Between an impressive carpet of Carrara marble, Parisian woodwork and moldings, arches and mirrors - nods to Versailles's "gallery of mirrors" - here is an entrance that throws it!
A chic and graphic reception
Paul Bowyer Ultra graphic, the reception hall of the Bachaumont Hotel offers a neat decoration, skilful mixture of warm colors and soft lighting. What welcome customers with style and refinement.
A first blue bedroom with retro charm
Paul Bowyer Signed Dorothée Meilichzon, the decoration of the rooms gives pride of place to a cozy atmosphere imbued with retro refinement, like this blue room adjoining an elegant bathroom.
The Montorgueil suite: between mottled and custom furniture
Paul Bowyer Offering a beautiful area of 50 m², a breathtaking view over the rooftops of Paris and an upscale atmosphere thanks to a mix of mottled and custom-made furniture, the Montorgueil suite is a beautiful invitation to relax.
A classic room nuanced in beige and gray
Paul Bowyer As bright as they are comfortable, the rooms of the Bachaumont Hotel seduce with their classic charm with custom-designed furniture, such as marble and precious wood desks or headboards in Pierre Frey fabrics.
A bathroom with a retro atmosphere
Paul Bowyer Bathed in light, the bathrooms of the Bachaumont Hotel stand out thanks to their checkered tiles, their vintage fittings and their delicate colors.
Balconies and terraces with a view
Paul Bowyer To the delight of customers, some rooms at the Bachaumont Hotel have balconies and terraces with breathtaking views over the rooftops of Paris. Something to breathe in the heart of the capital.
Le Bachaumont: a restaurant with Parisian elegance
Paul Bowyer Located on the ground floor of the hotel, Le Bachaumont has also been redesigned by the decorator Dorothée Meilichzon. In addition to the many patterns and fabrics that adorn the chairs and benches of the restaurant, it is the friendly atmosphere that emerges from the place that charms at first glance.
The Night Flight: a bar that mixes marble and wood
Paul Bowyer Thus baptized in homage to overnight travelers and in reference to the book of Saint-Exupéry, the hotel bar was imagined by Dorothée Meilichzon as a tribute to the history of the place and the neighborhood that hosts it: small space in length, with a large wooden bar with black marble top.