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CHRISTOPHE DELCOURT

Settled in an industrial building of the Rue de Babylone, this fervent enthusiast of eco-design, who is both designer and interior architect, creates a line of furniture and lamps pretty typical, recognizable at first glance and that always denotes his taste for wood and natural materials.

CHRISTOPHE DELCOURT


47 rue de Babylone 75007 Paris
01.42.71.34.84

POLTRONA FRAU

Design, Gallery, Paris

Since almost 100 years, Poltrona Frau has been working with the greatest names in design : Pierluigi Cerri, Achille Castiglioni, Michele de Lucchi, Jean-Marie Massaud, Andrée Putman or Cini Boeri… Considered as the “Hermès of Italian furniture”, the quality of production has always been a priority for the company, following the example of its patented leather, Pelle Frau, gotten after twenty one different stages of production and available in more than ninety shades of color.

POLTRONA FRAU


29 rue du Bac 75007 Paris
01.42.22.74.49

AU FIL DES COULEURS

In those two little boutiques facing each other in the rue de l’Abbé Grégoire, you will be welcomed. Au Fil des Couleurs is very much in demand to create theatre and film sets because their knowledge of antique and modern wallpaper is very extensive. You will find a very specialized selection of collections : Patricia Manahan, Sandberg, Trevor Dean and the collection by Vivienne Westwood for Cole & Son.

AU FIL DES COULEURS


31 rue de l’Abbé Grégoire 75006 Paris
01.45.44.74.00

LA BELLE JULIETTE

Jeanne Francoise Julie Adélaide Bernard, otherwise known as Juliette, was above all a celebrity known throughout Europe, famous for her beauty and virtue. Daughter of sollicitor Jean Bernard, she was born in Lyon. At fifteen she married the well known banker Jacques Rose Récamier.
Juliette was also intelligent, well read and affectionate. A good dancer, she also sang and could play both the harp and the piano. Her beauty and kindness helped build her reputation as an exceptional woman. It was said that she was able to charm, entertain or dispense with the over ardent without making enemies. At the Abbaye-aux-Bois, where she held her salons for over thirty years, her influence on literature and politics was well known.

Situated 10 minutes from the Louvre and the Musée d’Orsay, 10 minutes from the Jardin du Luxembourg and 5 minute walk from the Saint Germain church, you’ll appreciate the atmosphere of this luxury 4 star hotel, its refined ambiance and extreme comfort. Interior design is by the talented Anne Gelbard. La Belle Juliette comprises  one classic building street-side,  known as “La Vie Parisienne” and  a new wing overlooking the garden,  known as “l’Abbaye-aux-Bois”.  The hotel has 45 rooms,  with a different design scheme  for each floor.

The Bar

The ground floor of La Belle Juliette has been completely remodelled and now has a welcoming bar where guests can enjoy a drink, check their e-mail or conduct business meetings in the tranquil area between the fireplace and lounge area.  Over the course of the day and into the evening, the lighting becomes more subdued, the music a little more upbeat and the atmosphere more intimate … The bar is open during the day for afternoon tea or a quick snack. Monday – Saturday 4pm – midnight and Sunday from 2-9pm.

The CLOS BELLE JULIETTE

As soon as the warm weather arrives, the semi-open, heated terrace under the pergola is perfect for getting together with family, friends or a business contact.

The SPA

The spa of La Belle Juliette where eastern traditions Meet cosmetic expertise. The elegant setting of La Belle Juliette is the ideal place to experience new sensations of beauty and wellbeing :  a sweet little pool designed by interior designer Anne Gelbard, and its ceramic “extraordinary garden” fresco,  two 15 m² treatment rooms, charmingly decorated, where you can treat yourself to face treatments using Maria Galland products or  Maria Galland and Phytomer body treatments.

LA BELLE JULIETTE

92 rue du Cherche Midi 75006 paris

01 42 22 97 40

AUGOUSTI

Ria is Filipina and Yiouri is Cypriot, one studied design and the other architecture. They met in London in the 1980s where they both worked for the designer John Stefanidis. Few years later they decided to achieve (to fulfil) their dream by creating their first collection of furniture and by showing it in Paris. Success was instantaneous : the Crillon placed an order for the apartments of this luxury hotel, Neiman Marcus and Barney’s show them in New York City. They settled in the Rue du Bac and since then never stopped creating furniture very inspired by Art Deco for which they have no limits concerning the choice of materials that they use, like at that time : rare woods, crocodile, python, cobra or ostrich skin, but also horn or mothers-of-pearls.

AUGOUSTI


103 rue du Bac 75007 Paris
01.42.22.22.21

HOTEL MONTALEMBERT

Le Montalembert is the first 5-star hotel on the Left Bank. It dates from the 1920s and has kept its look and chic. Recently redecorated, it has kept this modern and quiet luxury, the pure lines, the dark woods and the muted hues. Here reigns good taste in its intimate version.

Spacious rooms, junior suites or suites

Une Brasserie, ouverte tout au long de la journée et des petits salons où il fait bon flâner

HOTEL MONTALEMBERT

3 rue Montalembert 75007 Paris

01 45 49 68 68

SPA LA BELLE JULIETTE

 

La Belle Juliette also offers a spa and this place, as the Belle Juliette, is delightful : the cubicles are warm, the pretty pool incites to relaxation, but above all the cares given are really innovative : created by Céline Claret-Coquet, who has a degree from the Academy of Pekin, they are stemed from the Chinese medicine, based on seasons and on our biorhythm.

 

 

Hôtel LA BELLE JULIETTE


92 rue du Cherche Midi 75006 Paris

01 42 22 97 40

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MUSEE MAILLOL

When Aristide Maillol died, Dina Vierny, who was his Muse and his companion, decided to create a foundation. This foundation was inaugurated in 1995. The Musée Maillol gathers together a collection of drawings, engravings, paintings and sculptures of the artist, but also his personal collection in which we can find some works of art by Ingres, Cézanne, Matisse, Degas or Picasso.

The museum regularly organizes temporary exhibitions dedicated to antique and modern art, but also to contemporary art and to the major artists of the 20th century.

MUSEE MAILLOL

61 rue de Grenelle 75007 Paris

01.42.22.59.58

www.museemaillol.com