A new address in the Parisian golden triangle, the Louvre Montana hotel recently opened its doors. We owe its complete renovation to the architect designer Philippe Maidenberg.
Specialized in hotel architecture since 1991, Philippe Maidenberg likes above all to tell stories in which he can justify his architectural biases, thus avoiding their aesthetic gratuity and fashion effects. It is by adopting this same philosophy that he completely reconquered the Louvre Montana hotel.
Here, his inspiration, the designer drew it from the history of the building and from French tradition. Result: the 24 rooms of the new address have been designed like a private mansion with a private area for each client...
The entrance immediately sets the tone, between history and modernity, with a colorful, bright and friendly atmosphere. For its part, the reception is very welcoming and warm with its library and its objects which are all nods to culture and the art of living. The traveler's eye is constantly drawn to the multitude of details that echo the City of Light.
The architect made it a point of honor to be able to explain his choices. All his choices. Here, nothing is left to chance. Everything has been "thought out", right down to the books found in the entrance, which are nothing but great classics of French literature.