A true interlude out of time, the Pavillon des Lettres boutique hotel in the heart of Paris 8 combines the art of writing and the aestheticism of decoration to pay tribute to the talents of literature.
The first Parisian literary boutique hotel in the heart of the 8th arrondissement.
A nod to the 26 letters of the alphabet, each of the 26 rooms and suites reveal the beauty and poetry of different authors.
Behind each door of the hotel is the soul of literature, of a poet, a writer, an enthusiast, a genius who will give a particular atmosphere to the room, notably with the help of selected pieces printed on the walls. Sleep is nourished by beautiful imagery, so with the thread of these texts, find your imagination drawn to dreams and poetry, well into the night.
Didier Benderli, the unusual decorator from Kerylos Intérieurs, sums up his project as an alliance of the arts: combining literature, painting and sculpture to create a subtle dialogue between these components.
Playing with colours and different materials, the concept contrasts raw materials with silky, sensual materials to create physical sensations, in addition to the intellectual pleasure of reading.