We’re taking to the rooftops of Paris, up to the 7th and 8th floors of the Hotel Montalembert where the newly renovated suites offer a spectacular view of the capital. Before your eyes, the Eiffel Tower, the bell tower of the nearby St. Thomas of Aquinas church...Mansard-roofed, the 8th floor suites include a flowered balcony. And all offer bathrooms with a bathtub in the center to admire the rooftops of Paris through the window from the bath. The “Signature” suite of the hotel, suite 82, bears the stamp of Anne Jousse, Chairman of B Signature Hotels & Resorts, who has designed it as her Parisian “pied-à-terre.” No ebony here, but rather light oak hardwood floors in a herringbone pattern. Particularly luminous, this spacious suite displays separate color schemes from the rest of the hotel.
Mrs. Jousse has furnished the suite with pieces that she loves (Gerrit Rietveld designed Utrecht armchair edited by Cassina, cushions and accessories by a Moroccan creator, bargain-hunted objects from her travels...) and she has personally designed the carpet which imparts a lovely touch of color to the whole. Paintings by Jean-Pierre Bourquin, inspired by his wanderings, adorn the walls of the suites. Anne Jousse has fallen head over heels for the work of this French artist who teaches at the Beaux-Arts and exhibits in China. Find out more on www.hotelmontalembert-paris.com or contact us for more details